Announcement Of The Criminal Code

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse af straffeloven

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Overview (table of contents)




General Part


1. Chapter

Introductory provisions


2. Chapter

General conditions for the penal provisions applicable


3. Chapter

Criminal Family Conditions


4. Chapter

Attempt and aiding


Chapter 5

Criminal liability of legal persons


6. Chapter

penalties


7. Chapter

Probation


8. Chapter

community Service


9. Chapter

Other legal consequences of the offense


10. Chapter

Fixing the penalty


11. Chapter

Termination of the offense legal consequences





Special part


12. Chapter

Crimes against national independence and security


13. Chapter

Crimes against the Constitution and the supreme authorities, terrorism etc.


14. Chapter

Crimes against the public authority etc.


15. Chapter

Crimes against public order and peace


16. Chapter

Crimes public officials etc.


17. Chapter

Perjury and false accusation


18. Chapter

Offences related to payment instruments


19. Chapter

Offences related evidence


20. Chapter

General Hazardous crimes


21. Chapter

Different general harmful actions


22. Chapter

Begging and harmful economic activities


23. Chapter

Crimes against family relationships


24. Chapter

Crimes against sexual morality


25. Chapter

Crimes against life and body


26. Chapter

Crimes against personal freedom


27 Chapter

Peace and defamation


28 Chapter

Offences against property


29 Chapter

Specific provisions for legal persons


Annex

Contents


The full text
Announcement of the Criminal Code
hereby promulgated Penal Code, cf.. Act no. 1062 of 17 November 2011, with the changes imposed by § 22 of law no. 112 of February 3, 2012 Act no. 157 of 28 February 2012, § 1 of law no. 158 of 28 February 2012, law no. 159 of 28 February 2012, law no. 275 of 27 March 2012 and § 5 of the law no. 431 of 16 May 2012.
General part

1. Chapter

Introductory provisions

§ 1. Penalties may be imposed only for a relationship if criminality is prescribed by law, or as quite be treated as such. With regard to Chapter 9 mentioned legal consequences apply a similar rule.

§ 2. This Act Chapters 1-11 will, to the extent not otherwise provided for, apply to all offenses.

2. Chapter

General requirements for criminal provisions to apply

§ 3. Is it by an action decided upon existing criminal law different from that applied when performing the action settled the question of criminality and punishment by the recent law, however, that the decision thus must be stricter than under the older law. Based termination of the statutory validity of exterior penalty blamed irrelevant matters, the action to judge by the older law.

PCS. 2. Void outside the latter case, by law, an action criminality is also disregarded it for such action sentenced but not consummated punishment. The offender may require that the question of penalties lapse by prosecution authority's action brought before the court and determining the matter in the first instance. The decision is made by order.

§ 4. Whether the offense must involve legal consequences of such a nature as in §§ 56-61, 62-70, 73 and 79 above, determined by the by the action admissible applicable law.


PCS. 2. Other legal consequences of the action occurs in so far as nothing contrary is determined only when this was provided also by the by performing the action applicable law.

PCS. 3. The provision in § 3, paragraph. 2 apply mutatis mutandis to other legal consequences of the action than punishment if their entry was contingent on action criminality.

§ 5. Where elevated penalties or other legal consequences prescribed in recidivism, coming decisions taken under previous law, considering their content right decisions under the Act, under which the present action is evaluated.

§ 6. Under Danish criminal jurisdiction hears actions undertaken

1) in the Danish state

2) the Danish vessel, which is located within a foreign jurisdiction, by a person belonging to the vessel or as a traveler provided with this or

3) of the Danish vessel, located outside a jurisdiction.

§ 7. Under Danish criminal jurisdiction hears actions carried out in a foreign jurisdiction by a person who at the time of the indictment Danish nationals resident in the Danish state or similar permanently stay in this country if

1) The act is also punishable under the law at the crime scene (dual criminality) or

2) the offender also commits the offense when the mentioned relations to this country and the action

a) include sexual exploitation of children, trafficking or female genital mutilation or

b) be directed against anyone who commits the offense when the mentioned relations to this country.

PCS. 2. Under Danish criminal jurisdiction hears further actions carried out outside the jurisdiction of a person who at the time of the charge has to in paragraph. 1 mentioned relations for the country if the actions in question can cause more severe punishment than imprisonment for four months.

PCS. 3 pieces. 1 pt. 1 and paragraph. 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis with regard to the actions of a person who at the time of the indictment have citizenship or residence in Finland, Iceland, Norway or Sweden, and staying in this country.

§ 7 a. Under Danish criminal jurisdiction hears actions carried out in a foreign jurisdiction and which is aimed at anyone who commits the offense when Danish nationals resident in the Danish state or similar permanently stay in this country if the action also is punishable under the law at the crime scene (dual criminality) and under Danish law be punishable by imprisonment for at least 6 years.

PCS. 2. Danish criminal jurisdiction under paragraph. 1 is subject to the act include

1) willful killing,

2) aggravated assault, deprivation of liberty and robbery

3) a non-serious crime,

4) a crime against sexual morality or incest or

5) female genital mutilation.

PCS. 3. Under Danish criminal jurisdiction hears further actions carried out outside the jurisdiction, and which is aimed at anyone who commits the offense when it has to in paragraph. 1 mentioned relations for the country if the actions in question can cause more severe punishment than imprisonment for four months.

§ 7 b. When Danish jurisdiction over a legal person is subject to double jeopardy, it does not include a requirement that the legislation on the crime scene provides for criminal liability for legal persons.

§ 8. Under Danish criminal jurisdiction hears actions carried out outside the Danish state, regardless of where the perpetrator belongs when

1) the act violates the Danish state's independence, security, constitution or government or an official duty to the state,

2) the act violates the interests of the legal protection of the Danish state presupposes a special connection to this,

3) the act violates an obligation as by law the responsibility of the offender to observe abroad

4) the act infringing an official duty incumbent upon the perpetrator of the Danish vessel

5) the act is covered by an international provision under which Denmark is bound to have jurisdiction, or

6) extradition of suspects for prosecution in another country is rejected and the action in so far as it is made in a foreign jurisdiction, is punishable under the law at the crime scene (dual criminality) and action under Danish law be punishable by imprisonment for at least 1 year.


§ 8 a. Under Danish criminal jurisdiction hears actions carried out outside the Danish state when the actions of the kind covered by the Statute of the International Criminal Court if the act was committed by a person who at the time of the indictment

1) Danish nationals resident in the Danish state or similar permanently stay in this country or

2) are located in this country.

§ 8 b. Under Danish criminal jurisdiction hears actions carried out outside the Danish state when the action is covered by § 183 a and is made by a person who at the time of the indictment

1) Danish nationals resident in the Danish state or similar permanently stay in this country or

2) are located in this country.

PCS. 2. Prosecution for offenses covered by paragraphs. 1 may also include violations of §§ 237 and 244-248, which are committed in connection with the violation of § 183 a.

§ 9. Actions shall be considered made when the offender found himself when performing the action. In the case of legal persons considered actions performed when one or more actions that result in liability for the legal person is made.

PCS. 2. If an action criminality depend on or are affected by an affecting or intended consequence, considered the action also performed at the location where the impact occurred, or where the offender has deliberately to that effect should occur.

PCS. 3. Test and medvirkenshandlinger be considered made in the Danish state if the offender found in this country when performing the action, regardless of whether the offense is enforceable or intended consummated outside the Danish government.

PCS. 4. When a part of a criminal offense in the Danish State regarded the offense as a whole to have been committed in this country.

§ 9 a. An offense relating to text, audio or video materials, etc., as by actions abroad are made widely available in this country through the Internet or a similar system for disseminating information deemed committed on Danish territory if the material has a special relation to this country.

§ 10. When an action is prosecuted in this country, the decision on punishment as well as other legal consequences of the action taken in accordance with Danish law.

PCS. 2. When Danish jurisdiction is subject to the dual criminality can not face heavier punishment than provided for by law on the crime scene.

§ 10 a. A person against whom there outside the Danish government is a criminal judgment, may not be prosecuted in this country for the same offense when this is ruled out by Denmark's international commitments on the recognition of Criminal legal force.

PCS. 2. In other cases, a person against whom there outside the Danish government is a criminal judgment may not be prosecuted in this country for the same offense if

1) the person has been finally acquitted

2) the sentence has been served or is being served or lapsed under the law of the forum or

3) the person is found guilty, without no penalty.

PCS. 3 pieces. 2 do not apply when

1) the foreign conviction related to acts which

a) shall be considered made in the Danish state pursuant to § 9 or § 9 or

b) subject to § 7 paragraph. 1 pt. 2 or § 8, no. 1 or 2

2) prosecution in this country takes place under the Administration of Justice Act § 985 a or

3) recognition of the foreign criminal conviction would be manifestly incompatible with Danish legal principles.

PCS. 4. In the cases referred to in paragraph. 3, no. 1, the prosecution in this country does not happen when the prosecution of the forum happened upon the request of the Danish Public Prosecutor.

§ 10 b. If there are legal proceedings against a person who, for the Danish government has imposed a penalty for the same act, the penalty imposed in this country, is reduced to the extent that the foreign penalty is enforced.

§ 11. If a person who is a Danish citizen, resident in the Danish state or the like resided in the country, in a foreign state convicted of an act which under Danish law may result in disqualification or forfeiture of vocation or profession or other right can unworthiness happen after the public prosecution in this country.

§ 12. The application of §§ 6-11 restricted by the international law recognized exceptions.

3. Chapter

Criminal Family Conditions


§ 13. Actions undertaken in self-defense is punishable in so far as they have been required to withstand or avert an ongoing or imminent improperly attack and did not manifestly go beyond what the terms of infestation hazard, attack the person and the affected legal goodness importance is justifiable.

PCS. 2. Violates any limits of legitimate self-defense, he is punishable, if this is reasonably justified in the attack provoked fear or excitement.

PCS. 3. Similar rules apply to actions that are necessary for properly to obtain lawful order obeyed, effect a lawful arrest or preventing a prisoner or forced placed person evacuation.

§ 14. An act that would otherwise be criminal, not punished when it was necessary to prevent the threatening damage to persons or goods, and the offense may be considered to be of relatively minor importance.

§ 15. Actions made by children under 15 years are not punished.

§ 16. Persons at the crime time was unreliable because of mental illness or conditions that must be treated as such, not punished. The same applies to people who were mentally retarded to a greater extent. Found the offender as a result of consuming alcohol or other drugs passing into a state of mental illness or a condition that must be treated as such, can punishment be imposed when special circumstances.

PCS. 2. Persons at the crime time was mentally retarded in a slight degree, not punished, unless special circumstances to impose punishment. The same applies to people who found themselves in a state which, although must be equated with mental retardation.

§§ 17-18. (Repealed)

§ 19 Negligence is punishable by those of this Act offense provided only as specifically provided for. On the other offenses are concerned straffebud usable even when the offense is committed by negligence, unless the contrary has specific powers.

§ 20. Where punishment or increased penalties conditional on an intentional offense has a certain unintentional consequence, enters this punishment only when that result is attributable to the perpetrator as negligent, or he has failed after ability to fend off after he is been aware of the danger.

4. Chapter

Attempt and complicity

§ 21. Acts which aims to promote or cause the performance of a crime punishable when it is not enforced, which attempts.

PCS. 2. the offense prescribed punishment can be experimentally reduced, especially when the experiment demonstrates how little strength or firmness of the nefarious intent.

PCS. 3. For the purposes not otherwise provided, punishable attempt only when the offense is liable to a punishment exceeding jail for 4 months.

§ 22. Try not punished when the offender voluntarily and not because of random obstacles to gerningens execution or for achieving it by this intended purpose, refrain from implementing or hinder the execution or takes actions that would have prevented the execution, if not him unknowingly, had failed or other means was averted.

§ 23. The respect of an offense given penal provision includes anyone who knows encouragement, advice or action has contributed to the act. The punishment may be reduced for those who just wanted to make a minor assistance or strengthen an already grasped intentionally, and when the crime is not consummated or an intentional involvement has failed.

PCS. 2. The penalty may also be reduced for contributing to the violation of a specific duty conditions, but even standing outside it.

PCS. 3. For the purposes not otherwise provided, the punishment of complicity in crimes not punishable by a higher penalty than imprisonment for four months, lapse when the instrumental only wanted to make a minor assistance or strengthen an already grasped intentionally and when his involvement is due to negligence.

§ 24. The instrumental not punished if he under the conditions of § 22 specified conditions hinder the execution or takes actions that would have prevented the execution, if not, he unwittingly had failed or other means was averted.

Chapter 5

Criminal liability of legal persons

§ 25. A legal person can be fined if it is determined by or under the Act.

§ 26. Provisions on criminal liability for companies, etc., unless otherwise specified, any legal person, including public and private limited companies, cooperatives, partnerships, associations, foundations, estates, local and state authorities.


PCS. 2. In addition, such provisions include sole proprietorships, as far as these particular taking into account their size and organization can be compared to in paragraph. 1 companies mentioned.

§ 27. Criminal liability of a legal person requires in its activities infringement attributable to one or more of the legal entity associated persons or the legal person as such. As far as punishment for attempt, § 21 paragraph. 3, mutatis mutandis.

PCS. 2. State authorities and municipalities can only be punished for infringements committed by the pursuit of activities corresponding to or comparable with those undertaken by private.

§§ 28-30. (Repealed)

6. Chapter
Penalties


§ 31. The ordinary penalties are imprisonment and a fine.

§ 32. (Repealed)

§ 33. Prison sentences are imposed for life or time, not less than 7 days and not more than 16 years.

PCS. 2. In cases where there is authority to increase the punishment prescribed for the offense, may nevertheless sentenced to imprisonment for up to 20 years.

PCS. 3. An offender who was aged 18 years when the deed was done, can not be sentenced to life imprisonment.

PCS. 4. After jail sentenced for less than 3 months, fixed penalty in days or in months and years.

§§ 34-37. (Repealed)

§ 38. When two-thirds of the Criminal time, at least 2 months, endured determines Justice or the person authorized by him, whether the offender should be released on probation.

PCS. 2. Release the test can be done earlier, when special circumstances and the offender has already served half of punishing the time, at least 2 months. Determination shall be taken by the Minister of Justice or, as he with regard to certain groups of cases authorized by.

PCS. 3. Parole can generally not occur when the residual penalty time is less than 30 days.

PCS. 4. Probation can not be made with respect to the suspended part of a judgment according to § 58 paragraph. 1.

PCS. 5. Release the test requires that the offender's circumstances do not release inadvisable to have secured him the appropriate residence and work or other maintenance, and that he declares to abide by the terms of the release, as determined in accordance with § 39 paragraph. 2.

§ 39. Release on condition that he is not of probation commit crime. The probation period may not exceed 3 years. If the remaining penalty time exceeds three years, may be allowed a trial period of up to 5 years.

PCS. 2. It may set as a condition for release that the person throughout the trial period or part of this subject to supervision. Additional terms may be determined in accordance with § 57. Terms of stay in home, hospital or other institution has no valid for no longer than the remaining penalty time.

§ 40. Commits the parole new criminal offense during the probation period, and shall be within its expiration action upon which he is accused relationship, the court decision in accordance with § 61 paragraph. 2 so that the remaining penalty equivalent to a suspended sentence. Have parole pursuant to § 40a paragraph. 3 or 4 has been associated with conditions of community service, the level of a common criminal given the extent of the performed community service.

PCS. 2. Violating the parole otherwise specified terms, the Minister of Justice

1) allocate warning

2) change the terms and extend the probationary period within the § 39 prescribed maximum time or

3) in special circumstances order that he be deployed to endure presence of residual penalty.

PCS. 3. Commit the parole offense during the probation period without being indicted for this, the provisions of subsections. 2 mutatis mutandis. The same applies if the parole abroad convicted of a criminal offense committed during the probation period without relating to the decision has been given to the issue of enforcement of the residual penalty.

PCS. 4. Decision by paragraph. 2, see. Paragraph. 3, can only be taken within the probationary period.

PCS. 5. In the event that no provision for enforcement of the residual penalty under paragraph. 1 or paragraph. 2, see. Paragraph. 3, considered the penalty for served at the time when probation took place.


PCS. 6. If reinstatement is determined in accordance with paragraph. 2, see. Paragraph. 3 may be renewed parole happen even if the timing requirements of § 38 paragraph. 1 and 2, or § 40a paragraph. 1 are not met with respect to the residual penalty. By decision by the 1st clause. must take into account the extent of community service, which he has carried out pursuant to § 40a paragraph. 3 or 4. With respect to probation after such parole applies in § 39 appointed times less the time during which the person has previously been paroled.

§ 40 a. When half of the Penal time, at least 2 months, endured the Minister of Justice or the person authorized by the Minister, in addition to the § 38 paragraph. 2, mentioned cases, decide that the convicted should be released on probation if the interests of law enforcement is not expected to speak against it, and

1) the offender has made a special effort not committing new crimes, including by participating in treatment, education or job training, or

2) the offender's circumstances so warrant.

PCS. 2. The set as a condition of parole under subsection. 1, the offender shall be subject to supervision until the time when the end of two-thirds of the Criminal time. After this date may be set terms that he is still subject to supervision.

PCS. 3. As conditions of parole under subsection. 1 pt. 1 may be determined one or more additional terms in accordance with § 57 and conditions that the offender has to perform unpaid community service.

PCS. 4. As conditions of parole under subsection. 1 pt. 2, stipulates that the offender must perform unpaid community service. Provision may be additional terms in accordance with § 57.

PCS. 5. Terms of community service can not be extended beyond two-thirds of the Criminal time. The Authority may decide that the condition of community must last beyond this point if special circumstances, however not exceeding the total penalty time.

PCS. 6. Probation under this provision presupposes that the offender's circumstances do not release inadvisable to have secured the convicted appropriate stay and work or other maintenance, as well as the offender is appropriate and agrees to comply with the conditions for release, as determined in accordance with paragraph. 3 and 4.

PCS. 7. The provisions of § 38 paragraph. 4, § 39 paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 2, 3rd clause., § 40 and § 63 paragraph. 1, point 1. Shall apply mutatis mutandis.

§ 41. After 12 years of a sentence of life imprisonment is served, determines the Minister of Justice whether the offender should be released on probation.

PCS. 2. Release the test requires that the offender's circumstances do not release inadvisable to have secured the appropriate residence and work or other maintenance, and that he declares to abide by the terms of the release, as determined in accordance with paragraph. 3, 3rd clause.

PCS. 3. Release condition that the convicted not of probation commits a criminal offense and that the person complies with the conditions as may be specified. The probation period may not exceed 5 years. § 57 shall apply accordingly.

§ 42. Commits the parole new criminal offense during the probation period, and shall be made prior to its expiration action upon which the accused of the relationship, the court may by order decide that the person needs to be restored to endure presence of lifetime penalty. Where circumstances so warrant, the court may instead impose punishment only for the new relationship, possibly in connection with a change of the conditions for early release.

PCS. 2. Violating the parole in general terms, see § 40 paragraph. 2-5, see. § 41 paragraph. 3, mutatis mutandis.

§ 43. On full or partial remission of a penalty conditional pardon may be set as conditions for the pardon of the provisions of § 40 paragraph. 1-5 or § 42 shall apply accordingly.

§§ 44-49. (Repealed)

§ 50. Fine accrue to the Treasury.

PCS. 2. The offense may be imposed as a supplementary punishment for second stranding speed when accused of the offense has obtained or sought financial gain for themselves or others.

PCS. 3. The bødefældte may not require the fine paid or replaced by others.


§ 51. When the fine under this law is imposed or accepted in court, fixed financial penalty of a daily fine. This shall not fines imposed as a supplementary punishment for another sanction. Dagbødernes number determined by reference to the offense characteristics and in § 80 these facts in at least 1 and a maximum of 60. The amount of each penalty has been set at an amount equal to his average daily income, although by the amount of fixing should be taken of bødefældtes living conditions including his wealth, dependents and other factors, which could affect the ability to pay. Dagboden can not be set at an amount less than 2 kr.

PCS. 2. When a penalty is set for an offense which he has obtained or sought to obtain significant financial gain for themselves or others, and the use of a daily fine will result in fines valued lower than deemed reasonable given the size of the profits either are or could be from the offense, the court may, however, instead of daily payments using other fines.

PCS. 3. When the other fines will be within the limits as is required for the offense nature and in § 80 above circumstances sufficient unto you, be to give special consideration to the guilty to pay and obtained or intended profits or savings.

PCS. 4. The police may other public authorities obtain the information necessary for setting the fine. Furthermore, the police from the registers held by public authorities, including the courts, require the information concerning his circumstances which are important for setting the fine. The information communicated in writing or by direct data transfer.

§ 52. (Repealed)

§ 53. Included a fine not enter in his place one alternative sentence of imprisonment.

§ 54. When a fine is imposed by or adopted before a court, the court simultaneously with the fine down decision on the commutation of the penalty. The fine was determined as a daily penalty, observed by commutation of the penalty calculation that 1 day in prison corresponds to one daily penalty, however, that the alternative penalty can not be less than 2 days. Is the fine was set otherwise, the alternative penalty shall not be less than 2 days and no more than 60 days. In special cases, the alternative penalty may be increased up to 9 months.

PCS. 2. Is part of the fine paid, the alternative penalty relatively decreasing, except that a portion of a day is counted as a whole day, and that the alternative penalty can not be reduced below the aforementioned minimum time. Part of the fine serving, but the rest offered paid out in the calculation of this remaining alone account the whole days in which alternative sentence is served.

PCS. 3. For fines on legal persons shall be no alternative sentence.

§ 55. Fine of 10.000 kr. Or less adopted after notification from the police, served on the following scale:











The fine:


Forvandlings-
penalty:



0-499 kr.


2 days



500-999 kr.


4 days



1000-3999 kr.


6 days



4000-5999 kr.


8 days



6000-10000 kr.


10 days









For any fines that are imposed by or adopted by a court determined the alternative penalty of the district court in the jurisdiction where the person lives or resides.

PCS. 2. The provisions of § 54 paragraph. 1, last sentence and paragraph. 2 shall apply accordingly.

7. Chapter

Suspended sentence


§ 56. If the court finds it un-called that punishment comes to enforcement, states in its judgment that the institution of criminal fixing exposed and expire after a probationary period.

PCS. 2. If it is considered more appropriate, the court may specify the sentence and determine that the execution is delayed and canceled at the end of the probationary period.

PCS. 3. The postponement on condition that the convicted not of probation commits a criminal offense and that he complies with the conditions as may be prescribed pursuant to § 57. The test time is determined by law and generally can not exceed 3 years. In exceptional circumstances, however, set a probationary period of up to 5 years.

§ 57. The Court may as a condition for the postponement determine that the offender throughout the test or part of that must be subject to supervision. Furthermore, the court may impose other conditions as may be appropriate, including the offender

1) comply with specific provisions relating to residence, work, education, use of recreational or relations with certain people,

2) reside in a suitable home or institution; for such a stay is determined by the ruling an maximum time generally can not exceed one year,

3) refrain from abuse of alcohol, drugs or other medications

4) undergo rehab treatment for abuse of alcohol, drugs or other medications, if necessary in the hospital or in special institution

5) submit to a structured, controlled rehabilitation, of at least one year,

6) submit to psychiatric treatment, if necessary in the hospital,

7) comply with the Authority's rules on restrictions on the availability of income and wealth and on the fulfillment of financial obligations

8) compensation for losses caused by the offense,

9) after the local authority's decision shall be subject to measures in accordance with § 52 of the Social Services Act, any of the specified type, and comply with the regulations, the municipality shall notify the person concerned.

§ 58. Estimated use of imprisonment required, but talk the details of the accused's personal circumstances for the use of probation in accordance with § 56, the court may decide that a part of the forskyldte penalty not exceeding 6 months should be executed while the judgment also be conditional.

PCS. 2. In connection with the suspended sentence may be fined, although such punishment is not provided for the offense.

§ 59. They pursuant to § 57 specified conditions may subsequently be amended or repealed by court order at the request of the prosecutor or the convicted. A request from the convicted submitted to the prosecution, as soon as possible refer the matter to court. Rejection of an application by the convicted person is dismissed, he can not submit a new application before the elapsed six months from the date of the decision.

PCS. 2. The paragraphs. 1 shall issue brought before the district court that has adjudicated the matter in the first instance or the district court in the jurisdiction where the offender lives or resides. If the case is adjudicated by the High Court in the first instance, the decision of the district court in the jurisdiction where the offender lives or resides.

§ 60. If an offender violates the under § 57 conditions imposed, the court of the rise

1) allocate warning

2) by order amend the terms and extend the probationary period within the § 56 paragraph. 3, set maximum time,

3) by judgment set penalty or other sanction for the offense committed or - if the punishment specified in the conditional sentence - decide on the enforcement of that penalty. § 58 paragraph. 1 shall apply accordingly.

PCS. 2. With regard to in paragraph. 1 above judgments will § 59 paragraph. 2, mutatis mutandis.

§ 61. If prior probationary period made trial proceedings against the offender, which he accused of criminal offense committed before the suspended sentence, the court the sentence for this and the previous trial disposed offense.

PCS. 2. Commit the offender new criminal offense during the probation period, and shall be within its expiration action upon which he is accused relationship, the court sets an unconditional penalty or legal consequence of this and the previous trial disposed offense. Thus, the provisions of § 88 paragraph. 2-4, mutatis mutandis. Where circumstances so warrant, the court may instead

1) impose unconditional penalty only for the new relationship, possibly in connection with a change of the terms of the conditional sentence, or


2) deliver a new probation on both offenses or only for the new relationship in accordance with the rules in this or the next chapter.

§ 61a. (Repealed)

8. Chapter

Community Service

§ 62. If the suspended sentence under the provisions of §§ 56 and 57 is insufficient, the court, if the defendants are suitable for this purpose give probation with condition of community.

PCS. 2. The decision to suspend the prison sentence taken as laid down in § 56 paragraph. 1 and 2.

PCS. 3. The postponement on condition that the convicted person is not in a probation commits a criminal offense and that he respects the under § 63 conditions imposed.

§ 63. As conditions for the suspension of the prison sentence determined that the convicted person to perform unpaid community service for at least 30 but less than 300 hours. The prescribed work obligation must be fulfilled within a maximum time that is measured in relation to the number of hours worked.

PCS. 2. The under paragraph. 1 set maximum time can be of the regulator extended if special circumstances, but not beyond the probationary period. Authority's decision extending the longest time brought at the request of the offender to justice.

PCS. 3. In the judgment provides for a probationary period not exceeding 2 years. It can be in the judgment determined that the trial period ends when the longest time for arbejdsforpligtelsens fulfillment has expired.

PCS. 4. The offender shall be subject to the supervision of probation. Auditors may also, if deemed appropriate, establish terms and conditions stated in § 57. Authority ceases and any terms in accordance with § 57 lapses when the longest time for arbejdspligtens fulfillment has expired, unless otherwise provided in the judgment.

§ 64. In connection with the probation with condition of community can be sentenced to imprisonment or a fine in accordance with § 58. A pursuant to § 58 paragraph. 1, sentence of imprisonment can not exceed 3 months.

§ 65. The provisions of § 59 amending or repealing and conditions shall also apply to the under § 63 of the provisions adopted.

§ 66. If an offender violates the term of community service or other conditions, the court

1) decide on imprisonment for the offense committed or

2) determine that probation should be maintained, possibly in connection with an extension of the longest time for community service and probation within the § 63 that limit.

PCS. 2. In determining the unconditional penalty under paragraph. 1 pt. 1 may be § 58 paragraph. 1 may be used. A conditional partly met under this provision shall meet instead of judgment to the community, and this can be attached in accordance with § 63 paragraph. 4 specified conditions. Notwithstanding these provisions, on the continued community is sentenced to imprisonment of up to 3 months.

PCS. 3. In determining the punishment must take into account the extent of the community, which the convicted person has done. A pursuant to § 56 paragraph. 2 fixed penalty may be reduced.

PCS. 4. Decisions on the execution of an exposed penalty taken by judgments, other decisions by court order. § 59 paragraph. 2 shall apply accordingly.

§ 67. The rules of § 61 shall apply in cases of persons who, after probation with condition of community accused of an offense committed before or after judgment.

PCS. 2. If an unconditional partly met sentenced according to § 58 paragraph. 1 or § 61 paragraph. 2, no. 1, with the other sentence, he a suspended sentence after the 7th chapter instead of judgment to the community. Notwithstanding the 1st clause. can be associated with continued community is sentenced to imprisonment of up to 3 months.

PCS. 3. § 66 paragraph. 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

9. Chapter

Other legal consequences of the offense

§ 68. If the accused is acquitted of punishment pursuant to § 16, the court may order the use of other measures that may be appropriate to prevent further offenses. If less intrusive measures such as surveillance, provisions relating to residence or work, rehab treatment, psychiatric treatment, etc. is not adequate, it can be determined that that should be placed in a psychiatric hospital, the institution for people with severe mental disability or under the supervision of opportunity administrative arrangement or in a suitable home or institution for special care or assistance. Placing in custody can be done under the conditions specified in § 70.


§ 68 a. Where a measure in accordance with § 68 or § 72, see. § 68, the offender shall be placed in the institution, or the measure provides for such a possibility, provide for a maximum period of 5 years for this measure. Furthest time also includes measures which later determined in accordance with § 72, see. § 68, resulting in a relaxation of the existing measure. In exceptional circumstances, the court at the request of the prosecutor, by order fix a new maximum period of 2 years.

PCS. 2. In the cases referred to in paragraph. 1, however, determined in general no maximum time if the offender is found guilty of murder, robbery, grievous, serious violent crime threats of the in § 266 type mentioned, arson, rape or other serious sexual offense or attempt one of the mentioned crimes. Does not set a maximum time, matters prosecution question of changing or permanent repeal of the measure to court five years after the decision, unless the matter has been submitted to the court within the last two years. Then the matter to court at least every two years.

PCS. 3. For measures other than those in paragraph. 1 shall provide for a maximum time for the measure, which may not exceed 3 years. In exceptional circumstances, the court at the request of the prosecutor, by order extend the longest time. The total time for the measure may not exceed 5 years.

§ 69. found the perpetrator himself from the criminal action takes place in a state that was subject to improper development, impairment or disturbance of mental functions, which are not provided for in § 16 above nature, the court may, if deemed appropriate, rather than penalize adopt measures referred to in § 68, 2nd sentence.

§ 69 a. Where a measure in accordance with § 69, the offender shall be placed in the institution, or the measure provides for such a possibility, provide for a maximum period of 5 years for this measure and a maximum time of stay, generally can not exceed 1 year. Furthest time of 5 years also includes measures which later determined in accordance with § 72, see. § 69 and § 68, second paragraph., Resulting in a relaxation of the existing measure. In exceptional circumstances, the court at the request of the prosecutor, by order fix a new maximum period of 2 years for the measure or a new maximum period of stay.

PCS. 2. In the cases referred to in paragraph. 1, however, determined in general no maximum time for the measure if the offender is found guilty of murder, robbery, grievous, serious violent crime threats of the in § 266 type mentioned, arson, rape or other serious sexual offense or attempt one of these crimes. § 68 a paragraph. 2 Points 2 and 3. Shall apply mutatis mutandis.

PCS. 3. For measures other than those in paragraph. 1 shall provide for a maximum time for the measure, which may not exceed 3 years. In exceptional circumstances, the court at the request of the prosecutor, by order extend the longest time. The total time for the measure may not exceed 5 years.

§ 70. A person can be sentenced to custody if

1) he is found guilty of murder, robbery, grievous, serious violent crime threats of the in § 266 mentioned the nature or arson or attempt one of these crimes, and

2) it is the nature of the committed relationship and information about his person, in particular on past crimes must be assumed that he poses an immediate risk to the life, body, health or freedom, and

3) use of detention instead of prison are required to prevent this danger.

PCS. 2. A person may also be sentenced to custody if

1) he is found guilty of rape or other serious sexual offense or attempted, and

2) it is the nature of the committed relationship and information about his person, including former crime must be assumed that he poses significant danger to the life, body, health or freedom, and

3) use of detention instead of prison are required to prevent this danger.

§ 71. If there will be no judging an accused person to institutional care or in custody under the provisions of §§ 68-70, can by the court appointed him a curator, as far as possible a person of his closest relatives, along with the appointed attorney to assist the accused in the case.


PCS. 2. Is defendants sentenced to placement referred to in paragraph. 1, or offering decision possibility of such placement shall be assigned him a curator. This should keep themselves informed of the offender's status and ensure that the stay and other measures do not extend longer than necessary. The appointment ends when the action finally lifted.

PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice shall lay down rules on the recruitment and remuneration of assistance swear as well as their duties and specific responsibilities.

§ 72. It is for the prosecution to ensure that a measure according to §§ 68, 69 or 70 is not maintained for longer and more extensive than necessary.

PCS. 2. Provisions amending or permanent repeal of a measure according to §§ 68, 69 or 70 made by court order at the request of the convicted, bistandsværgen, prosecution, administration of the institution or prison service. Request from the convicted, bistandsværgen, management of the institution or prison service submitted to the prosecution, as soon as possible refer the matter to court. Taking a request from the convicted or bistandsværgen not successful, the new request is not made until there is progress and a half years from the date of the decision.

PCS. 3. The provisions of § 59 paragraph. 2 apply mutatis mutandis to decisions under paragraph. 2. Are there any questions about changing the measure because of the new offense, the question however of the court hearing the case of infringement.

§ 73. If the person who has committed a criminal offense, after his making, but before judgment was delivered, entered a not merely transient state of the in § 16 or § 69 said kind, the court will decide whether the penalty shall be imposed or waived . If deemed appropriate, the court may decide that the measures according to § 68 or § 69 shall apply in lieu of punishment, or until the sentence had to be enforced.

PCS. 2. The provisions of §§ 71-72 apply mutatis mutandis.

PCS. 3. If a person sentenced, pursuant to paragraph. 1, point 2., Placed in the institution, included the duration of such residence of the Criminal time.

§ 73 a. The Minister of Justice may, after consultation with social integration and the Minister for Health and Prevention lay down rules on the authorization of output, etc. to persons who are placed in a psychiatric hospital, etc. in accordance with a decision taken pursuant to §§ 68 or 69. the Minister of Justice may in this connection provide that decisions taken under these rules can not be appealed to a higher administrative authority.

§ 74. (Repealed)

§ 74 a. If a person at the crime time was 18 years of age, have committed more serious offenses against the person or other serious crimes, the court can decide that he is to undergo a structured, controlled socio-educational treatment of 2 years, if deemed appropriate to prevent further offenses.

PCS. 2. The court may allow the convicted orders corresponding to the conditions may be determined in accordance with § 57. Longest time of stay in residential institution or approved residence is 1 year and 6 months, of which a maximum of 12 months in a secure unit at a residential institution for children and youth . Commits a person subject to a measure in accordance with paragraph. 1, a new crime, the court instead of criminal sanctions extend the measure, including the longest time after the second section., Up to 6 months.

PCS. 3. The offender may require decisions on transfer to a secure unit at a residential institution for children and young people and decisions on transfer from outpatient treatment for placement in a residential institution for children and adolescents or approved residence brought before the court for decision. The same applies to the extent that the social authorities on the basis of the judgment decides that he must remain in the institution, beyond his judgment prescribed period of stay. The decision is made by order. Refer the matter to the court has no suspensive effect. The provision of § 59 paragraph. 2 shall apply accordingly.

PCS. 4. The Minister of Justice may, after consultation with social integration Minister for the authorization of output, etc. for persons who are subject to a measure in accordance with paragraph. 1 and 2. The Minister of Justice may in this connection provide that decisions taken under these rules can not be appealed to a higher administrative authority.


§ 75. The proceeds of an offense, or the equivalent can be totally or partially confiscated. Missing are appropriate basis for determining the amount, there may be confiscated an amount deemed to correspond to the recovered yield.

PCS. 2. If it is considered necessary to prevent further offenses or special circumstances so warrant, the confiscation of

1) objects that have been used or intended to be used in a criminal act,

2) items that are produced by a criminal act, and

3) items, for which there is otherwise a criminal offense.

PCS. 3. Instead of confiscation in paragraph. 2 mentioned objects can be confiscated an amount equivalent to their value, or a part thereof.

PCS. 4. Instead of confiscation pursuant to paragraph. 2 can be made for the measures relating to the objects to prevent further offenses.

PCS. 5. When a union is dissolved by court order, its assets, archive, records and similar confiscated.

§ 76. Confiscation pursuant to § 75 paragraph. 1, can be done with it, whom the dividends are accrued directly by the offense.

PCS. 2. Confiscation of the in § 75 paragraph. 2 and 3, said objects and values ​​can be done by the person who is responsible for the offense and of the person on whose behalf he acted.

PCS. 3. Particularly guaranteed rights of objects confiscated, lapses only after the court's determination under conditions similar to those in paragraph. 2 above.

PCS. 4. Have any of the paragraph. 1 and 2 persons for the offense made dispositions of dividends or objects to in § 75 paragraph. 2, referred nature or rights thereto, it can be transferred or its value confiscated by the transferee if this was familiar with the overdragnes connection with the offense or gross negligence in this regard, or if the transfer is made as a gift.

PCS. 5. Where a person who confiscation liability under paragraph. 1-4, door lapse his responsibility. This does not confiscated according to § 75 paragraph. 1.

§ 76 a. There can be full or partial confiscation of property belonging to a person convicted of a criminal offense when

1) the act is of such a nature that it can generate substantial proceeds, and

2) it can be legally punished by imprisonment for six years or more, or is a violation of the law on narcotics.

PCS. 2. Under the conditions referred to in paragraph. 1 may be made full or partial confiscation of property which the spouse or cohabitant has acquired unless

1) the property was acquired more than five years before the offense which forms the basis for confiscation pursuant to paragraph. 1, or

2) the marriage or cohabitation did not exist at the time of acquisition.

PCS. 3. Under the conditions referred to in paragraph. 1 may be made full or partial confiscation of property transferred to a legal person, acting either alone or together with his closest has a controlling influence. The same applies if the person concerned receives a significant part of the legal person's income. Confiscation can not happen if the property was transferred to the legal person more than 5 years before the offense which forms the basis for confiscation pursuant to paragraph. 1.

PCS. 4. Confiscation pursuant to paragraphs. 1-3 can not happen if the it probable that the property was acquired in a legitimate manner or by legitimately acquired means.

PCS. 5. Instead of confiscation of certain property under subsection. 1-3 can be confiscated an amount equivalent to their value, or a part thereof.

§ 77. In case of confiscation pursuant to § 75 paragraph. 1, or § 76 a, and have no claims relating to the offense, it may be confiscated used to cover the claim.

PCS. 2. The same applies to objects and values ​​confiscated according to § 75 paragraph. 2 and 3, if the judgment made provision accordingly.

PCS. 3. Have the convicted in one of the in paragraph. 1 and 2 cases paid the victim compensation after the judgment, reduced confiscation amount equivalent.

§ 77 a. Objects which, because of their nature under other circumstances be feared that would be used by a criminal offense may be confiscated, so far as may be deemed necessary to prevent the offense. There can be under the same conditions confiscation of other assets, including cash. § 75 paragraph. 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis.


§ 78. Penalty Bart relationship does not loss of civil rights, including the right business under the ordinary license or a certificate of competency.

PCS. 2. Any person who is convicted of a criminal offense may be excluded from engaging in an activity that requires a special official authorization or approval, provided that the facts established show an obvious risk of abuse of position or office.

PCS. 3. The question of whether the facts established preclude the exercise of the paragraph. 2 referred business, by the prosecution at the request either by the person who has been refused an application for such authorization or approval, or by the competent authority before the court. § 59 paragraph. 2 shall apply accordingly. The decision is made by order. If the decision involves the exclusion from the company, the issue again before the court, but not before two years' time. Authorization or approval may also before the expiry of that period granted by the competent authority.

§ 79. The exercising one of the in § 78 paragraph. 2, the undertakings referred to by a judgment of a criminal offense of his right to continue to pursue that activity or to carry on in certain forms, where the facts established show an obvious risk of abuse of position.

PCS. 2. The same applies when special circumstances, on the exercise of other activities. Following the same rule may result in disqualification to be a founder or director or board member of a limited liability company, a company or association requiring special official approval or a foundation.

PCS. 3. Suspension of navigational done on time from 1 to 5 years from the final judgment, or until further notice, in which case the question of the continued exclusion from the company after 5 years of history can be brought before the court by the in § 78 paragraph. 3, contained rules. When special circumstances, the Minister of Justice allow the court cases occurs before the first section. said 5-year period has elapsed.

PCS. 4. The Court can during the treatment specified in paragraph. 1 and 2 cases by order exclude that person from exercising the company until the case is finally decided. The judgment in the case determined that the appeal does not have suspensive effect.

10. Chapter

Punishment down

§ 80. By fixing the penalty should be for reasons of consistency in applying the law emphasis on seriousness of offense and on information about the offender.

PCS. 2. In assessing the gravity of the offense must be taken into account in the offense related harm, danger and abuse, and to what offender realized or should have realized this. In assessing the information about the offender must take into account its general personal and social circumstances, their relationship before and after the offense and his motives for ministry.

§ 81. It must at fixing the penalty generally included as aggravating circumstance

1) the offender has previously been convicted of importance to the case,

2) that the act is done with accomplices,

3) the offense is particularly planned or part of comprehensive crime

4) the perpetrator intended that the ministry should have considerably more serious consequences than it got,

5) the offender has shown particular ruthlessness,

6) that the act is a consequence of others' ethnic origin, faith, sexual orientation or the like

7) that the act is a consequence of the victim's legal utterances in the public debate

8) the offense is committed in the conduct of public officials or the abuse of position or special relationship of trust, moreover,

9) the offender has got someone else to help the ministry by force, fraud or exploitation of their young age or significant financial or personal difficulties, lack of knowledge, carelessness or an existing relationship,

10) the offender has contributed to crime done by a child under 15 years

11) the perpetrator has exploited victim's defenseless position

12) the offense is committed by a person to undergo, imprisonment or other punishment of a custodial nature,

13) the offense is committed by a former inmate of the institution or person employed by the institution.


§ 81a. The punishment prescribed in this Act §§ 119, 123 and 245, § 245, see. § 247, § 246, see. § 245, § 246, see. § 245, see. § 247, and § 252 paragraph. 1 may be increased up to double if the offense is a consequence of a mutual showdown, which takes place between groups of people, and where there several times as part of the confrontation either used firearms or used weapons or explosives which because of their particularly dangerous character is apt to cause significant damage or committed arson of this law § 180.

PCS. 2. In determining the penalty for violation of this Act § 180, § 183, paragraph. 2 and § 237 should in general be an extremely aggravating circumstance if the offense is a consequence of a mutual showdown referred to in paragraph. 1.

§ 82. It should at fixing the penalty is generally included as a mitigating circumstance

1) the offender was 18 years old when the deed was done,

2) the offender has longevity when using the usual punishment is unnecessary or harmful

3) that the act limits to be covered by an impunity because,

4) the perpetrator acted in excusable ignorance or excusable misunderstanding of the law that prohibits or imposes performing the action,

5) that the act is performed in an upset state of mind induced by aggrieved or persons linked to it by an undue attack or serious insult

6) the offense is committed as a result of coercion, fraud or exploitation of the offender's young age or significant financial or personal difficulties, lack of knowledge, carelessness or an existing relationship,

7) the offense is committed under the influence of strong compassion or emotion, or in other specific information about the perpetrator's state of mind or the circumstances of the offense,

8) the offender voluntarily averted or attempted to avert the danger caused by the offense,

9) the offender has voluntarily set itself and has been prepared complete confession

10) the offender has supplied information that is essential for the investigation of offenses committed by others,

11) the offender has restored or sought to restore the damage caused by the offense,

12) the perpetrator because of the offense is deprived of one of the in § 79, the rights or apply other effects that can be equated with punishment

13) the criminal proceedings against the offender is not resolved within a reasonable time, without own fault offender

14) that it has been so long since the offense was made that the use of the usual punishment is unnecessary.

§ 83. The penalty may be reduced below the prescribed penalty when information about the offense, the offender's person or other circumstances decisive considerations. Under otherwise mitigating circumstances the penalty may be waived.

§ 84. It is a condition for the application of provisions for increased penalties or other legal consequences for repeat offenses, the offender before that again rebelled, in the Danish state is found guilty of committed criminal offense for which the law attaches convictions on the now committed, or attempting or abetting of such.

PCS. 2. The court may give the convictions outside the Danish government the same convictions as those in this country aside.

PCS. 3. Repeat effect ceases when before the new offense was committed, were held 10 years after the previous sentence is served, finally forgiven or canceled. Is the former punishment a fine, reckoned that period from the date of the final judgment or fine adoption. As for the probation period runs from the final judgment.

§ 85. (Repealed)


§ 86. If the offender has been arrested, held in custody or admitted for mental examination curtailed a number of days equal to the number began day, detention or hospitalization lasted, in the sentence of imprisonment. Detention that has not lasted for at least 24 hours, does not result in shortening. Have the convicted of detention been isolated by court order, further trimming a number of days equal to one day for each commenced period of three days where the convicted have been isolated. The judgment shall contain information about the duration of detention, admissions and isolation that results in shortening. The court may exceptionally determine that the entire sentence will be considered served even if the sentence is longer than the time in which the convicted person has been detained or hospitalized. If the appeal is denied or waived, such a decision by the decision of the superior court. Is financial penalty, it must be in the judgment determined that the fine or part thereof must be considered served.

PCS. 2. In a judgment according to § 58 paragraph. 1, the shortening happen in the suspended part of the sentence. It may, however, in the judgment determined that shortening or partial failure should be in the suspended part of the sentence.

PCS. 3. Paragraph. 1 and 2 shall also apply to judgments according to § 60 paragraph. 1, no. 3, in cases where the conditional convicted before a decision has been arrested or remanded in custody.

PCS. 4. Have the offender has been arrested, held in custody or admitted to mental study abroad, the law, to what extent should happen shortening of the sentence.

PCS. 5. Paragraphs. 1, 1st and 2nd clauses. Shall apply mutatis mutandis to persons deployed for a period of imprisonment after being arrested or taken into custody for violation of conditions of pardon or parole.

§ 87. (Repealed)

§ 88. Has anyone in one or more acts committed several offenses fixes for a joint sentence within the prescribed penalty or, if multiple penalties into account, the most severe of these. Under particularly aggravating circumstances the penalty may exceed the highest of any of the offenses prescribed punishment by up to half.

PCS. 2. Where an offense prison, another fine, the court instead of a single prison sentence impose fines beside the prison.

PCS. 3. Where an offense referred to penalties, another of those fine otherwise, the court sets a common punishment of daily penalty unless the circumstances deemed wisest to determine the penalty for each violation separately.

PCS. 4. Where an offense measure under §§ 68-70 and § 74 a, while another is deserved punishment, the court may decide that this penalty be abolished.

§ 89. Does anyone who has already been sentenced to imprisonment, further convicted of a prior judgment committed offense becomes an additional sentence to sentence, in so far while admissible would have led to longer sentences. Additional punishment may be imposed for a shorter time than prescribed in § 33. If the execution of the former sentence imposed is not completed, followed as far as possible the rules of § 88.

§ 89 a. In the case of a judgment by which a person sentenced measure under §§ 68-70 and § 74 a court may decide on the lapse of a previously sentenced as not consummated.

PCS. 2. sentenced to a person who is subject to the measures according to §§ 68-70 and § 74 a, punishment, the court may decide on the lapse of the previously imposed measure.

§§ 90-91. (Repealed)

11. Chapter

Termination of the offense legal consequences

§ 92. An offense not punished when there is statute-barred according to §§ 93-94.

§ 93. The limitation period is

1) 2 years after which escape more severe punishment than imprisonment for one year of the violation.

2) 5 years if not provided more severe punishment than imprisonment for 4 years.

3) 10 years when not provided more severe punishment than imprisonment for 10 years.

4) 15 years when not provided more severe punishment than imprisonment for a fixed period.

PCS. 2. The limitation period shall in no event less than 5 years for

1) violation of this Act § 296 paragraph. 2, § 297, first paragraph. 2 and § 302 paragraph. 2

2) violation of tax, customs, fiscal or subsidy legislation, thereby achieving or can be obtained restitution.

PCS. 3. For violation of this Act § 223 paragraph. 1, and §§ 224 and 225, referred to. § 223 paragraph. 1, the limitation period shall in no case less than 10 years.


PCS. 4. Has anyone by the same act committed several offenses which in the paragraph. 1-3 applies different limitation periods, the longest of these periods used with regard to all infringements.

§ 93 a. When an offense is covered by one of Denmark joined the international agreement under which criminal liability is uforældeligt, the limitation period does not.

§ 93 b. Where an offense under this Act § 157 a, the limitation period does not.

§ 94. The limitation period starts on the day when the criminal activity or omission has ceased.

PCS. 2. When an offense was dependent on or affected by an occurrence due to some future event, time shall begin from følgens or materialized.

PCS. 3. If the ratio is committed on a Danish ship outside the kingdom, the time limit from the day when the ship came to a Danish port. Beginning of periods time can not under this provision be postponed for more than 1 year.

PCS. 4. For violation of this Act §§ 210, 216-220, 222, 223, 223a, 228, § 229, paragraph. 1, § 235 a paragraph. 1, § 245 a, § 246, see. § 245 a, and § 262a paragraph. 2, the limitation period at the earliest from the day the victim turns 18. The same applies to violations of this Act §§ 224 and 225, see. §§ 216-220 and 222-223 a.

PCS. 5. The limitation period is interrupted when the person made aware of the charges or when the prosecutor asks for action upon which the accused of the offense. The limitation period for a legal person responsibility can be stopped against a person who after the Judicial Code § 157 to receive services at the legal person concerned.

PCS. 6. Waived prosecution, without the decision be reversed by senior prosecutor in the regular unwinding period The limitation period shall, as if the prosecution had not taken place. This also applies when the prosecution is stopped indefinitely. Due to the stoppage, the term has evaded prosecution included prosecution time but not in the calculation of the limitation period.

§ 95. When an operation because of the limitation can not be penalized, it can not result in sanctions under §§ 68-70, § 74a, § 164, paragraph. 4, or § 236, confiscation or deprivation of rights. For confiscation is the limitation period shall in no case less than 5 years and for confiscation pursuant to § 75 paragraph. 1, no less than 10 years.

§ 96. Access to private prosecution and to request public prosecution lapses when the person concerned has not brought or requested within 6 months after that he has received such knowledge that he has sufficient grounds for legal action or the submission of criminal complaints.

PCS. 2. If more than reprimand eligible or more guilty, the deadline is calculated separately for each of them. If the deadline for application to public prosecution has been exceeded for one of the culprits, but not for the other depends, however, on the prosecutor's decision on an application for prosecution against them should be dismissed.

PCS. 3. Access to raise private prosecution or request public prosecution lapses after six months have elapsed after the victim's death.

PCS. 4. Where a private sanctioned case not for determining the penalty claim, the period ahead, so that the time in which the prosecution has taken place, not included.

PCS. 5. Paragraphs. 1-4 shall also apply with regard to the legal consequences mentioned in § 273, however, the limitation period is 3 years.

§ 97. Sentenced to imprisonment and other legal consequences of a custodial nature lapse by limitation provided by paragraph. 2-6.

PCS. 2. Time is

1) five years of imprisonment for up to one year as well as for measures according to § 74 a,

2) 10 years imprisonment for more than one year but not more than four years, as well as for measures according to §§ 68 and 69

3) 15 years imprisonment for more than 4 years but not more than 8 years, and for the custody according to § 70 and

4) 20 years of jail time over 8 years.

PCS. 3. The limitation period runs from the time when the sentence under the general rules could be enforced.

PCS. 4. The limitation period shall not include the time during which

1) execution is postponed by probation or conditional pardon,

2) the second undergo, imprisonment or subject to other criminal sanction of custodial nature, or

3) the initiation of enforcement is hindered because the evading enforcement.

PCS. 5. The limitation period is interrupted when the execution begins.


PCS. 6. Are there any provision for reinstatement after parole or proof print or on conditional pardon for part of a sentence, the limitation period for the remainder of his sentence or the remainder of the second sanction from the provision for reinstatement. Interrupted the execution of other than by parole, proof print or pardon, the time limit from the interruption referred. However paragraph. 4, no. 3

§ 97 a. If not previously submitted request for expenses, lapses fines and confiscation after

1) five years, when the fine or confiscation requirement does not exceed 10,000 kr., And

2) 10 years, when the fine or confiscation requirement exceeds 10,000 kr.

PCS. 2. Transformation punishment for the offense lapses after three years unless its execution has commenced before. For fine of more than 10,000 kr. Deadline would be 5 years.

PCS. 3. The limitation period referred to in paragraph. 1, starting from the time when the decision under the general rules could be enforced. The time limits shall not include the time during which enforcement is postponed by probation or conditional pardon.

§ 97 b. Criminal legal consequences may not be enforced after the offender's death.

PCS. 2. Prosecutors may bring the matter of maintaining a confiscation of the court which adjudicated in first instance. Confiscation can only be maintained with regard to objects or amount gained as dividends in the offense or which corresponds to such proceeds. The court may amend the provision on confiscation, so that instead of objects confiscated an amount. The court's decision made by court order.

PCS. 3. Decisions under § 164 paragraph. 4 and § 273 paragraph. 2 shall be enforced by the convicted person's death.

§ 97 c. In the same way as for punishment may be pardoned for confiscation.
Special part

12. Chapter

Crimes against the independence and security

§ 98. Whoever takes an action that aims to by foreign aid by force or threat thereof to bring the Danish state or any part of this under foreign domination or to break any part of the state, punishable by imprisonment for up to life imprisonment .

PCS. 2. According to the provision in paragraph. 1 punished also, as to that objective entrepreneur more extensive sabotage, production or traffic stoppage, and the person participating in such a measure knowledgeable about which the action aims.

§ 99. Whoever takes an action that aims to inflict the Danish government or any of the war cases related state of war, occupation or other hostilities such as picketing or other measures, or which otherwise seems that the Danish government's determination freedom by foreign aid violated, punishable by imprisonment for up to life imprisonment.

PCS. 2. For appointments understood here and elsewhere in chapters 12 and 13 foreign occupation of Danish state region when and as long as it imposed on the country by force or threat thereof.

§ 100. Any person who by public statements encourages or induces an obvious danger of hostile action against the Danish state, punishable by imprisonment for up to 6 years.

PCS. 2. Any person who by public statements encourages or induces an obvious danger for foreign power interference in the Danish government affairs, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year.

§ 101. Any person who by war, occupation or other hostilities end, take any action whereby assistance to the enemy prepared, punishable by imprisonment up to 16 years.

§ 102. Any person who in time of war or occupation outside enemy assistance by word or deed or promoting hostile interest weakens the Danish State or its federal common struggle skill, punishable by imprisonment up to 16 years.

PCS. 2. assistance to the enemy is thus the following:

1) Solicitation or tjenstgøring in hostile war or occupation regime armed forces or linked to those acting military or police corps or similar corps or organizations.

2) Performing duties as a civil functionary under enemy war or occupation army, police, prison service, insofar duties include participation in questioning or guarding of prisoners.

3) Informing or similar participation to any of hostile authority or collaborating organization or person is arrested or subjected to arrest or harm.


4) Propaganda in favor of hostile war or occupying power, including activities as publisher, editor or manager at the newspaper, magazine, publishing or the press agency that works to promote hostile interest.

5) the provision of substantial financial support to promote the propaganda of the under Nos. 4, the nature or the party or organization unduly cooperating with the hostile war or occupying or works to promote their interests.

PCS. 3. Have informer, see. Paragraph. 2, no. 3, occurred in such circumstances, the offender has realized that no order was exposed to imminent danger of losing his life, suffering serious injury to body or health, being led out of the country or be deprived of liberty for longer or the violation of §§ 245, 246 or 250 committed in order to force a statement or confession or otherwise as part of prisoner abuse, the life imprisonment imposed.

§ 103. Any person who in time of war or occupation or under threat views thereto breaching a contract for the by the Danish government in this regard the measures taken, or otherwise counteracts such measures shall be punished by imprisonment of up to 3 years.

PCS. 2. If the breach occurred due to gross negligence, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment for up to four months.

§ 104. Any person who in an improper manner, directly or through intermediaries, for commercial purposes by cooperating with hostile war or occupying power, punishable by a fine or imprisonment up to 8 years.

PCS. 2. Criminal liability under subsection. 1 may be imposed on anyone who has had a leading position in that company. Criminal liability can also be imposed on others in the company of working people, when there are any a particularly offensive conduct.

PCS. 3. In determining whether and to what extent the relationship must be regarded as unfair, will in addition to its importance for the hostile acts of war or occupying power in particular be to consider whether he

1) have been active for business relationship indledet, continued or expanded

2) the enemy's interest on its own initiative carried out a reorganization of the company or provided or attempted to provide greater or faster production than required

3) has attracted the enemy's assistance against Danish authorities to promote its interests

4) has prevented or attempted to prevent Danish authorities to gain full access to become familiar with the company's or

5) has obtained or sought to obtain unfair profits or other benefits that have not been commercially reasonably justified.

§ 105. Whoever under occupation takes an action that aims to persuade the occupiers or anyone with the cooperating organization or person to violate the Danish authorities' determination freedom or unduly exploits connection with the occupier or any of the cooperating organization or person to obtain or other particular advantage, be punished with imprisonment up to 8 years.

§ 106. The acting against state interests during the performance of a His assigned duties on the State's behalf to negotiate or determine anything with a foreign state shall be punished with imprisonment up to 16 years.

§ 107. On which foreign power or organization or service for use by persons acting in such service, are exploring or give notice of the fact that for the sake of Danish state or public interests should be kept secret shall be punished, whether the message is real or not, of spying by imprisonment up to 16 years.

PCS. 2. If it comes in § 109 obtains, or the action takes place during the war or occupation, the penalty may increase up to life imprisonment.

§ 108. Any person who, without the matter falls under § 107, also making something by which foreign intelligence enabling him or helped directly or indirectly the work within the Danish State, punishable by imprisonment for up to 6 years.

PCS. 2. When it comes to intelligence, military affairs or business takes place during the war or occupation, the penalty may increase up to prison for 12 years.

§ 109. Any person who betrays or further notifies the state secret during operations, deliberations or decisions in cases in which national security or rights in relation to foreign states based, or as regards significant socio-economic interests of payments, punishable by imprisonment up to 12 years.

PCS. 2. Where these acts negligently, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment up to 3 years.


§ 110. Any person who falsifies, destroys or disposes of any document or other article that is of importance to national security or rights in relation to foreign states, punishable by imprisonment up to 16 years.

PCS. 2. Where these acts negligently, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment up to 3 years.

§ 110 a. A fine or imprisonment up to three years be imposed on anyone who intentionally or negligently without proper authorization

1) describes photographs or otherwise depicts Danish no general available military defense installations, depots, units, weapons, supplies electricity. the like. Or multiply or publish such descriptions or depictions

2) publish regulations relating Danish fighting forces, mobilization and other war preparedness.

PCS. 2. A fine is imposed on anyone who intentionally or negligently without proper authorization shooting photographs from aircraft over the Danish state area or publishes such unlawfully captured photographs.

§ 110 b. With imprisonment up to 8 years imposed on anyone who helps neutrality violations against the Danish state from a foreign power side.

§ 110 c. Whoever violates the provisions or prohibitions under the Act may be given for the Protection of State defense or neutrality measures liable to a fine or imprisonment for up to 4 months or in particularly aggravating circumstances, with imprisonment up to 3 years.

PCS. 2. A fine or imprisonment for up to 4 months or in particularly aggravating circumstances, with imprisonment up to 4 years imposed on anyone who violates regulations or prohibitions under the Act may be given to the implementation of the state's obligations as a member of the United Nations.

PCS. 3. The same punishment as in paragraph. 2 Any person who violates the provisions contained in or issued pursuant to regulations adopted under Article 60, 301 or 308 of the Treaty establishing the European Community, or Article 215 or 352 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU, and aimed at fully or partially interrupt or reduce financial or economic relations with one or more countries outside the European Union or similar sanctions against individuals, groups of persons or legal persons.

PCS. 4. committed a crime referred to in paragraph. 1, 2 or 3 negligently, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

§ 110 d. Committed any of the chapters 25, 26 and 27 crimes against a foreign head of state or head of a foreign diplomatic mission, it can be prescribed penalty increased by up to half, unless the situation is covered by Chapter 13 || |
§ 110 e. With a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years on that public insults a foreign nation, a foreign state, its flag or other recognized national brand or the United Nations or the European Council flag.

§ 110 f. In this Chapter crimes in all cases subject to public prosecution happens after the Minister of Justice injunction.

13. Chapter

Crimes against the Constitution and the supreme authorities, terrorism etc.

§ 111. Any person who takes an action that aims to by foreign aid by force or threat thereof to change the Constitution or put it out of force shall be punished with imprisonment up to life imprisonment.

§ 112. The carrying out any act aimed to deprive the king or the person on the basis of the Constitution, the Government, life imprisonment not less than 6 years.

§ 113. Anyone who tarnishes the Parliamentary security or liberty or otherwise take any action that aims to by force or threat thereof to force the parliament no decision or hinder it from freely pursuing its activities, be punished with imprisonment up to 16 years or under special aggravating circumstances for life.

PCS. 2. The same punishment comes to use it, which is similarly attacking or practicing coercion against the king or the person on the basis of the Constitution, the Government, or against the ministers, the Tribunal or the Supreme Court.


§ 114. terrorism punishable by imprisonment for up to life imprisonment the person who with intent to intimidate a population seriously or unduly compelling a Danish or foreign Government or an international organization to do or abstain from doing any act or to destabilize or destroy a country or an international organization's fundamental political, constitutional, economic or social structures of committing one or more of the following actions when the action in its nature or the context in which it is committed, can a country or an international organization serious damage

1) Homicide by § 237.

2) Coarse violence after § 245 or § 246.

3) Detention pursuant to § 261.

4) Breach of road safety in accordance with § 184 paragraph. 1, unlawful interference in the operation of public means of communication, etc. in accordance with § 193 paragraph. 1 or gross damage according to § 291 paragraph. 2, if these violations are committed in a way that could endanger human life or result in major economic loss.

5) Seizure of transportation in accordance with § 183 a.

6) Violations of the law on weapons and explosives in particularly aggravating circumstances in accordance with § 192 a.

7) Arson pursuant to § 180, explosion, spreading of noxious gases, flood, shipwreck, railway or other transport accident in accordance with § 183 paragraph. 1 and 2, harmful pollution of the water supply in accordance with § 186 paragraph. 1, hazardous contamination of products intended for general use etc. pursuant to § 187 paragraph. 1.

8) Possession or use etc. of radioactive substances according to § 192 b.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty, which in paragraph. 1 mentioned intent, transports weapons or explosives.

PCS. 3. be punished in the same way the one with the in Subsection. 1 shall willfully threatens to commit any of the paragraph. 1 and 2 acts.

§ 114 a. Committed any of the no. 1-7 acts mentioned without the matter covered by § 114, the penalty may exceed the higher of the offense prescribed punishment by up to half. If the maximum punishment prescribed for the offense is less than 4 years of imprisonment, the penalty may be increased to imprisonment up to 6 years.

1) Violation of § 180, § 181, paragraph. 1, § 183, paragraph. 1 or 2, § 183a, § 184 paragraph. 1, § 192a, § 193, paragraph. 1, §§ 237, 244, 245, 246, 250, § 252, first paragraph. 1, § 266, § 288 or § 291, paragraph. 1 or 2 when the action is covered by Article 1 of the Convention of 16 December 1970 on the Suppression of Unlawful Seizure of Aircraft, Article 1 of the Convention of 23 September 1971 Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Civil Aviation, or Article II of the Protocol of 24 February 1988 to combat unlawful acts of violence at airports serving international civil aviation.

2) Violation of § 180, § 181, paragraph. 1, § 183, paragraph. 1 or 2, § 184 paragraph. 1, §§ 237, 244, 245, 246, 250, § 252, first paragraph. 1, § 260, § 261, paragraph. 1 or 2, § 266 or § 291, paragraph. 1 or 2 when the action is covered by Article 2 of the Convention of 14 December 1973 on the Prevention and Punishment of Crimes against Internationally Protected Persons, including Diplomatic Agents.

3) Violation of § 261 paragraph. 1 or 2 when the action is covered by Article 1 of the International Convention of 17 December 1979 against the Taking of Hostages.

4) Violation of § 180, § 181, paragraph. 1, § 183, paragraph. 1 or 2, § 186, paragraph. 1, §§ 192 a, 192 b, 237, 244, 245, 246, 260, 266, 276, 278, 279, 279 a, 281, 288 or § 291, paragraph. 2, when the action is covered by Article 7 of the IAEA Convention (International Atomic Energy Agency Convention) of 3 March 1980 on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material.

5) Violation of § 180, § 181, paragraph. 1, § 183, paragraph. 1 or 2, § 183a, § 184 paragraph. 1, § 192a, § 193, paragraph. 1, §§ 237, 244, 245, 246, § 252, first paragraph. 1, §§ 260, 266, 288 or § 291, paragraph. 1 or 2 when the action is covered by Article 3 of the Convention of 10 March 1988 for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation or Article 2 of the Protocol of 10 March 1988 for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Fixed Platforms located on Continental Shelf.

6) Violation of § 180, § 181, paragraph. 1, § 183, paragraph. 1 or 2, § 183a, § 184 paragraph. 1, § 186, paragraph. 1, § 192a, § 193, paragraph. 1, §§ 237, 244, 245, 246, 250, § 252, first paragraph. 1, § 266 or § 291, paragraph. 2, when the action is covered by Article 2 of the International Convention of 15 December 1997 for the Suppression of Terrorist Bombings.


7) Violation of § 192 b, § 260 or § 266, when the action is covered by Article 2 of the International Convention of 13 April 2005 to combat nuclear terrorism.

§ 114 b. With imprisonment up to 10 years imposed on anyone who

1) directly or indirectly provides financial support for

2) directly or indirectly provides or collects funds or

3) directly or indirectly places money, other assets or financial or other similar services available to
a person, a group or an association that commits or intends to commit acts covered by § 114 or § 114 a. | ||
§ 114 c. With imprisonment up to 10 years imposed on anyone who recruits a person to commit or facilitate offenses under § 114 or § 114 a or to join a group or association to promote the group or association to commit acts of this nature. Under particularly aggravating circumstances, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 16 years. As aggravating circumstances are especially cases where there are violations of systematic or organized nature.

PCS. 2. imprisonment for up to six years imposed on anyone who recruits a person to commit or facilitate offenses under § 114 b or to join a group or association to promote the group or association to commit acts of this nature.

PCS. 3. With imprisonment up to six years imposed on anyone who enlists to commit acts covered by § 114 or § 114 a.

§ 114 d. With imprisonment up to 10 years is punishable as a coach, instruct or otherwise train a person to commit or facilitate offenses under § 114 or § 114 a with the knowledge that the person intends to use the skills to this purpose. Under particularly aggravating circumstances, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 16 years. As aggravating circumstances are especially cases where there are violations of systematic or organized nature.

PCS. 2. With imprisonment up to 6 years is punishable as a coach, instruct or otherwise train a person to commit or facilitate offenses under § 114 b with the knowledge that the person intends to use the acquired skills for this purpose.

PCS. 3. With imprisonment up to six years imposed on anyone who allow themselves to train, instruct or otherwise train to commit acts covered by § 114 or § 114 a.

§ 114 e. With imprisonment up to 6 years to punishment, which also promotes the company for a person, a group or an association that commits or intends to commit acts covered by §§ 114, 114 a, 114 b, 114 c or 114 d.

§ 114 f. The who, without the matter covered by §§ 114-114 e participate in or providing significant financial or other material support to the corps, group or association intends by force to influence public affairs or cause disturbance of the public order, punishable by imprisonment for up to 6 years.

§ 114 g. Any person who, without the relationship covered by §§ 114-114 f, participating in illegal military organization or group shall be punished by a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

§ 114 h. With imprisonment up to 6 years is punishable under aggravating circumstances in breach of legislation on non proliferation of WMD, etc.

1) performs dual-use items without permission

2) the need for the authorities' decisions on dual-use items provides false or misleading information or conceals information of importance to the decision or

3) acts contrary to the conditions laid down in the authorities' decisions on dual-use items.

§ 115. committed without the matter falls under §§ 112 and 113, any of the chapters 25, 26 and 27 crimes against the king or the person on the basis of the Constitution, the Government increased the most in those provisions prescribed penalties up to twofold.

PCS. 2. committed any of these crimes against the Queen, the Queen Dowager or the heir apparent, the penalty may be increased by up to half.

§ 116. Whoever prevents the making of general elections, the Faroese Parliament or to municipal or other public councils or authorities or makes or attempted, or as distort an election outcome or impossible statement, punishable by imprisonment for up to 6 years.

PCS. 2. The same penalty shall apply when such actions are taken by statutory immediate voting entries in public affairs.


§ 117. With a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years on, as in the in § 116 of the electoral or voting entries

1) unlawfully obtains or others to participate in the vote,

2) by unlawful coercion (§ 260) by deprivation of liberty or by abuse of overordnelsesforhold seek to persuade someone to vote in a particular way or to abstain

3) by fraud means that someone against his intention to refrain from voting, or that his vote becomes invalid or works differently than intended,

4) gives, promises or offers financial advantages to influence someone to vote in a certain way or to abstain

5) receives, demands or accepts the promise of wealth in favor of the vote in a certain way or to abstain.

§ 118. Any person who by force or threat thereof, or the use of fear of foreign power intervention prevents or discourages public authorities in the free exercise of their activities shall be liable when the action is performed for the purpose of influencing public affairs or cause disruption of the social order, with imprisonment up to 12 years.

PCS. 2. The same penalty shall apply to it, as in the paragraph. 1 that intention and using those funds referred seriously violates freedom of expression or prevents unions or other associations from freely exercising their legitimate business.

PCS. 3. The same punishment shall also be regarded in the paragraph. 1 that intention and using those funds referred commit the § 193 issue crime or similar general malicious action.

§ 118 a. In §§ 111-115 and 118 crimes concerned in all cases subject to public prosecution happens after the Minister of Justice injunction.

14. Chapter

Crimes against the public authority etc.

§ 119. Any person who by force or threat of violence assaulting someone, who shall act in accordance with public officials, the performance of the Service or the office or in respect of the same or the right way seek to prevent such person from making a lawful act of service or to force him to make a service offense punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 8 years.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty as, without the relationship falling within paragraph. 1, making threats of violence, detention orders or to interdict criminal offense or ærerørigt compared against someone who the public conferred jurisdiction or authority to rule on legal matters or relating to enforcement of the state's jurisdiction, on the occasion of the performance of the service or duties or the right way seek to prevent such a person from making a lawful act of service or to force him to make an act of service.

PCS. 3. Adds anyone else these people obstruct the performance of their service or duty, punishable by a fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year and 6 months. In determining the penalty should be included as an aggravating circumstance that the relationship was committed while or immediately after that in the area takes serious disturbance of peace and order in a public place.

§ 120. The in § 119 prescribed penalties are when the given actions implemented through the finish, apply to those who instigate or lead the bud, and the participants who fail to comply with the magistrates legally proclaimed injunction to amount to separated.

§ 121. Any person who with scorn, epithets or other insult springing any of the § 119 persons mentioned in the execution of his service or duty or in respect of the same shall be punished by a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months.

§ 122. The wrongly gives, promises or offers someone who works in Danish, foreign or international public officials, gift or other advantage to induce him to do or refrain from doing something in the service shall be punished by a fine or imprisonment up to 3 years.

§ 123. Any person who with the threat of violence molests or with violence, unlawful coercion by § 260, threats by § 266 or otherwise commits an offense against a person or his relatives or others associated with this on the occasion of person expected or already made explanation to the police or in court, punishable by a fine or imprisonment up to 8 years.

§ 124. The fleeing as arrested or imprisoned, punished with a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.


PCS. 2. The same penalty that which frees arrested, imprisoned or forced placed person as well as that encourages or assists such a person to escape or to keep the escaped hidden.

PCS. 3. The unlawfully sits in connection with any prison or forced placed person shall be punished by a fine or imprisonment up to 3 months.

PCS. 4. Whoever in a local prison or closed prison as arrested or imprisoned unlawfully possessing a mobile telephone or similar communications equipment, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 6 months. The same penalty visitors and other external unduly includes a mobile telephone or similar communications equipment in a local prison or closed prison.

PCS. 5. Paragraphs. 1-3 also applies to persons in custody and persons instead of custody in connection with the execution of sentences outside the prison service or pursuant to Penal Code § 74 a is deprived of liberty institution, etc. The provision of subsection. 4, 1st clause., Also applies to persons in custody.

§ 125. With a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years on which

1) to deprive anyone from prosecution for a crime or punishment keeps him hidden, helps him escape or release him for another

2) destroys, distorts or disposing of objects of importance for a public inquiry or wipes out one crime clues.

PCS. 2. The carrying out these actions to evade himself or any of his opponents from prosecution or punishment, not punished.

§ 125 a. Any person who for profit and in otherwise especially aggravating circumstances be guilty of smuggling permit under § 59 paragraph. 7, no. 1-5, punishable by imprisonment for up to 8 years. As aggravating circumstances are especially instances where the lives of others at risk or where there are violations of more systematic or organized nature.

§ 126. Any person who removes or destroys something about public measure placed seal or mark shall be punished by a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months.

PCS. 2. With a fine or imprisonment up to 3 months imposed on anyone who takes away or injuring someone by public measure posted notice.

§ 127. Any person who evade military service or causes or contributes to any conscript does not meet conscription or who encourage conscripts or persons who belong to the war power to disobey official commandments, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

PCS. 2. If this happens during war or threatening views it, the punishment imprisonment for up to 6 years.

§ 128. Any person who in the Danish state carries out recruitment by foreign military service shall be punished by a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

§ 129. The wrongly gives public notice of by the in § 116 mentioned the elections and voting entries PRECEDING or on negotiations of a confidential nature in the public councils and authorities shall be punished by a fine or imprisonment up to 3 months. At the same penalty as unjustified give public notice on negotiations within the commissions and committees set up by the government, provided either by the government or by the competent commission or committee itself is fixed and public announced that negotiations are secret.

§ 129 a. With a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years the publishing deliberately false representations or false quotes of notifications of facts presented in court or given in the Parliamentary, municipal or public Council meetings or authorities.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty that by deliberately untruthfully publicly attributing to the government or any other public authority, an action that it did not conduct, damage the country's interests in relation to abroad.

§ 130. Any person who exercises him not to come public authority, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

§ 131. With a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months imposed on anyone who publicly or unlawful intent pretending to be a public authority or public authority to an undertaking or without public authority exercises a business to which it is required, or continue to engage in an activity to which entitlement is disqualified him.

PCS. 2. A fine or in particularly aggravating circumstances, with imprisonment up to 4 months be imposed on anyone who contributes to a person who is disqualified from an activity for exercising this.

§ 132. Penalty, who intentionally or through negligence unlawfully uses


1) characteristics or suit, reserved for Danish or foreign government or military personnel

2) characteristics or designation, reserved people, devices and equipment which is intended to provide assistance to wounded or sick of war, or

3) characteristics or name of intergovernmental organizations.

PCS. 2. Paragraph. 1 shall also apply to imitations of the said characters, costumes and names.

§ 132 a. Any person who participates in the continuation of an association's business after it provisionally banned by the government or dissolved by judgment, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

15. Chapter

Crimes against public order and peace

§ 133. Any person who causes riots with the intent to practice or threaten violence to persons or goods, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 3 years.

PCS. 2. The same penalty as those in a crowd under which these purposes are put into the process, acting as Bud's leaders, and any participant who fails to comply with the magistrates legally proclaimed an order for the amount to be separated.

PCS. 3. committed during such a crowd anyone within its objectives related crime punishable Bud instigators or leaders for the provision applicable to the crime.

§ 134. Participants in a crowd that knows that injunction to be separated are served in prescribed manner, does not do so is punishable by a fine or imprisonment up to 3 months.

§ 134 a. Participants in fights or other serious disturbance of peace and order in a public place be punished if they acted by appointment or more in association with imprisonment up to 1 year and 6 months.

§ 134 b., In connection with meetings, assemblies, processions or the like in a public place move with the face fully or partly covered with a hood, mask or paint in a way that is suitable to prevent identification, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 6 months.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty as a public place holds objects that must be considered for a face-covering in accordance with paragraph. 1 mentioned circumstances.

PCS. 3. The provisions of paragraph. 1 and 2, the ban does not apply to face-covering made to protect against the weather, or serve other creditable purpose.

§ 135. A fine or imprisonment for up to 3 months imposed on anyone who by unjust invocation of help, abuse of danger signal power. the like. causing emergency police, ambulance, fire and rescue services or sea or air ambulance.

§ 136. Any person who, without thereby having incurred a higher penalty shall encourage crime, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 4 years.

PCS. 2. Whoever publicly explicitly condones any operation in this Act 12 or 13. Chapter referred to crimes punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

§ 137. He who seeks to prevent the holding of lawful public gathering, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty that by noise or disorder disrupts public session of parliament, the Faroese Parliament, municipal or other public councils, church service or other public church ceremony or in immodest way interferes funeral.

§ 138. Any person who willfully or through gross negligence brings in a drunken state, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to one year if he is in this state exposes others person or more significant assets at risk.

§ 139. Any person who violates graves or is guilty of improper treatment of corpses, punishable by a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty as guilty of indecent treatment of things that belong to a church and used for ecclesiastical use.

§ 140. The posted operating spot with insults or anything in this country lawfully existing religious community's religious doctrines or worship, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to four months.

§ 141. Any person who is aware that any of the §§ 98, 99, 102, 106, 109, 110, 111, 112 and 113 referred to crimes against the state or the highest state authorities or a crime endangering human life or welfare or significant societal values, aims committed and do what is in his power to prevent the crime or its consequences, if necessary by notification to the authorities is punishable if the crime is being committed or attempted, with fine or imprisonment up to 3 years.


PCS. 2. A person who fails to make such preventive actions punished, however, if their making for himself or his friends would endanger the life, health or welfare.

§ 142. A fine or imprisonment for up to 3 months imposed on anyone who fails upon request to provide any whom public authority is for, an assistance which the accident or crime, exposing other people's life, health or welfare of danger must be averted, though such assistance could be provided without risk or sacrifice of greater importance.

§ 143. (Repealed)

16. Chapter

Crimes public officials etc.

§ 144. Any person who in the pursuit of Danish, foreign or international public officials wrongly received demands or accepts the promise of a gift or other benefit shall be punished by a fine or imprisonment up to 6 years.

§ 145. Requires or receive someone who works in the public officials for private gain order for service action, or indirect tax that is not due, punishable by a fine or imprisonment up to 6 years. If he keeps for private gain such in good faith up stretcher performance after being notified of the error, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

§ 146. Commits someone who has jurisdiction or who is for the public authority to decide on legal matters relating to private, injustice in deciding the case or treatment, punishable by imprisonment for up to 6 years.

PCS. 2. committed the act with intent to welfare loss for any punishment is imprisonment for up to 16 years.

§ 147. When someone, who shall act to enforce the state's jurisdiction, thereby using illegal means to obtain confession or explanation or making an unlawful arrest, detention, search and seizure, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 3 years.

§ 148. When someone who the judicial or other public authority to decide on legal relationship is for, or who shall act for the enforcement of the state's jurisdiction, willful or negligent failure to observe the statutory approach to the or each retshandlingers treatment or with respect to arrest, detention, search, seizure or similar measures, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 4 months.

§ 149. When someone who a caught guarding or enforcement of judgments in criminal responsibility, let a suspect escape, prevents the execution of the judgment or causes the enforced milder way than prescribed, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 3 years.

§ 150. When someone who works in public service or duty, abusing his position to force anyone to do, tolerate or refrain from doing something, be punished with imprisonment up to 3 years.

§ 151. Any person who encourages or assists someone who is subordinate part of public officials will be in violation of this service shall be punished, regardless of whether the child can be punished or due to error or for other reasons punishment after the crime for which current provision.

§ 152. Any person who works or has worked in the public officials and unjustified pass on or use confidential information to which the person in this connection has knowledge, punishable by a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months.

PCS. 2. committed in paragraph. 1 shall relationship with intent to procure or other restitution or there also particularly aggravating circumstances, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 2 years. As a particularly aggravating factor considered in particular cases in which transmission or utilization has happened in such circumstances as to cause other significant harm or pose a particular threat thereof.

PCS. 3. An information is confidential when by law or valid provision is classified as such, or whenever it is necessary to protect it in order to safeguard legitimate public or private interests.

§ 152 a. The provision of § 152 applies mutatis mutandis to the which also is or has been engaged in the tasks carried out in agreement with a public authority. The same applies who works or has worked at the telephone that is recognized by the public.


§ 152 b. The same punishment as for § 152 imposed on anyone who exercises or has exercised a business or profession under public official or recognition, as unauthorized disclose or exploit information that is confidential for the sake of private interests, and to which the person in this connection has knowledge.

PCS. 2. The same punishment as for § 152 is also the punishment that works or has worked as a servant of the European Statistical Office, or who work or have worked in the office premises and unjustified pass on or use confidential statistical data to which the person in this context has knowledge.

§ 152C. The provisions of §§ 152-152 b also applies to the persons concerned assistants.

§ 152 d. The provisions of §§ 152-152 c apply mutatis mutandis to the who, without having contributed to the act wrongly obtains or uses information obtained from such a violation.

PCS. 2. The same penalty that without having contributed to the act wrongly conveys information about individuals purely personal meaning. Administration § 28 para. 1, which is derived from the violation of §§ 152-152 c.

PCS. 3. On the same penalty, as without having contributed to the act wrongly conveys information that is confidential for reasons of national security or defense of the realm.

§ 152 e. The provisions of §§ 152-152 d does not include cases where the person:

1) is required to be disclosed or

2) acting in legitimate exercise of evident public interest or for their own or others' interests.

§ 152 f. Violation of §§ 152-152 d, whereby only violated private interests, are subject to private prosecution.

PCS. 2. Public prosecution may happen when the victim requests it.

§§ 153-154. (Repealed)

§ 155. Abusing someone who works in public service or duty, his position to infringe privates or public law, punishable by a fine or imprisonment for up to four months. If this happens to procure or other undue advantage to imprisonment for up to two years used.

§ 156. When someone who works in public service or duty, refuses or fails to fulfill the obligation that service or assignment entails, or to comply with legal-service command, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 4 months. Outside of the above provision falls duties, whose performance is based on public elections.

§ 157. When someone who works in the public officials guilty of gross or repeated negligence or carelessness in the service or performance of the assignment or in compliance with the duties of the service or assignment entails, he shall be liable to a fine or imprisonment up to 4 months. Outside of the above provision falls duties, whose performance is based on public elections.

§ 157 a. In determining the penalty for a violation of this Act should be included as an aggravating circumstance that the infringement was committed by torture.

PCS. 2. The infringement is considered committed by torture, if committed in the exercise of Danish, foreign or international public officials by adding another person injury to body or health, or severe physical or mental pain or suffering

1) to obtain information or a confession from someone

2) to punish, intimidate or coerce anyone to do, tolerate or refrain from doing something or

3) because of his political beliefs, gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion or sexual orientation.

§ 157 b. The provisions of §§ 145-157 apply correspondingly in pursuit of foreign or international public officials if the action is covered by § 157 a.

17. Chapter

False explanation and false accusation

§ 158. Any person who provides false testimony before the court, including by means of telecommunications, punishable by imprisonment for up to 4 years. The provision shall also apply to the false testimony of a foreign court.

PCS. 2. The same punishment shall be there to give false testimony to the European Court.

PCS. 3. Regards the false statements alone something that is irrelevant to the fact sought to be given, the sentence can go down to a fine.

§ 159. Gives any false testimony as a defendant in a public criminal proceedings or during interrogation in cases where the explanation by law can not require punishment he did not.


PCS. 2. perjury during questioning before the court in cases where the interrogated was entitled to refuse explanation, the penalty may be reduced and, in otherwise mitigating circumstances lapse.

§ 160. Does anyone guilty of gross negligence by falsely explanation in a case that would otherwise be punishable under § 158 or § 159, second paragraph. 2, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment up to 4 months.

§ 161. With a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years on, as outside in § 158 cases referred or to a public authority gives a false statement on his honor or similarly solemn manner in which such form is required or granted unto.

§ 162. Whoever else or to a public authority false statements about matters as to which he is obliged to give evidence, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to four months.

§ 163. Any person who for use in legal matters of concern to the public, in writing or by other readable media false statements or testifies to something that the person has knowledge of, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to four months.

§ 164. A person who submits false information to a public authority with the intention that an innocent thereby being charged, convicted or subject to criminal sanction for a criminal offense, punishable by imprisonment for up to 6 years.

PCS. 2. The same penalty that which destroys, distorts or disposing of evidence or furnishes false evidence with intent that any allusion or convicted of any criminal offense.

PCS. 3. A person who takes an action referred to in paragraph. 1 and 2 with the intention that he or another with his consent would become charged, convicted or subject to criminal sanction for a crime he did not commit, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year.

PCS. 4. After the injured party may in the judgment determining the sentencing end and as much of the judgment, the reasons which the court deems necessary, by means of public shall be announced in one or more gazettes.

§ 164 a. Any person who fails to disclose circumstances that certainly speaks to that of a crime charged or convicted are innocent, although this could be done without exposing themselves or their immediate danger to life, health or welfare or for prosecution of the case crime punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year.

§ 165. Whoever public authority shall notify an offense that is not committed, as well as that for such authority shall submit false complaints punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 6 months.

18. Chapter

Offences related to payment instruments

§ 166. Any person who imitates or falsifies money to bring them into circulation as genuine, or in the same intention forskaffer themselves or other counterfeit or forged money is punishable by imprisonment up to 12 years.

§ 167. Right of counterfeiting and forgery punishable release of counterfeit or forged money. The publisher has received the money in good faith, the penalty may be reduced to a fine.

§ 168. Any person who publishes money that he suspect is counterfeit or forged, punishable by a fine or imprisonment up to 3 years. The publisher has received the money in good faith, the penalty may be waived.

§ 169. Penalty, which forfærdiger, imports or disseminates articles which by form and equipment poses significant similarity with money or with a general circulation particular security.

§ 169a. With a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year and 6 months Any person who unlawfully manufactures, procures or disseminating false electronic money with the intent that they be used as genuine.

PCS. 2. false electronic money means funds without being genuine electronic money are suitable to be used as such.

PCS. 3. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for 6 years if the offense is of an especially serious nature, in particular because of the way it is done, or because of the amount.

§ 170. A fine or imprisonment for up to 3 months imposed on anyone who, without legal cover forfærdiger, establish or publisher to bearer denominated debentures, which appear as intended in narrower or wider circles to be used as legal tender between man and man or who may is likely to be used in this way. Outside the foregoing provision is foreign banknotes.

19. Chapter

Offences related evidence

§ 171. Any person who makes use of a false document to mislead in legal matters punished for forgery.


PCS. 2. When a document means a written or electronically with the name of the issuer provided expressions, which appear as intended to serve as proof.

PCS. 3. A document is false when it does not come from the specified issuer, or given it a content that does not originate from this.

§ 172. The penalty for forgery is a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

PCS. 2. Forgery of particularly serious nature or are a large number of crimes, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for 6 years.

§ 173. With the punishment as in § 172 indications to the system using a with real signature provided documents to mislead in legal matters when the signature using a delusion achieved in another document or a document of content other than the signer intentional.

§ 174. Any person who in the relationship makes use of a genuine document relating to a different person than who it really relates to, or otherwise to the document's provision warring way, be punished by a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months.

§ 175. Whoever to mislead in legal matters in the public document or book, in private document or book that the law or special duty ratio borne by the establishing or lead, or in medical, dental, midwife or veterinary certificate false statements on any matter concerning which the declaration will serve as evidence, punishable by a fine or imprisonment up to 3 years.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty, the regulatory conditions make use of such a document or such a book as containing truth.

PCS. 3. Paragraph. 1 and 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis when the document or book is drawn or placed on other readable media.

§ 176. A fine or imprisonment up to three years imposed on anyone who to disappoint in trade make use of items that unduly affixed publicly stamp or mark, which should furnish the castle for the object's authenticity, nature, goodness or quantity.

PCS. 2. A fine or imprisonment up to one year is punishable in the same way make use of items that unduly affixed private stamp, mark or other designation used to indicate any object in relation to issues which are of importance for trade .

PCS. 3. punishment as set out above is considered the one that similarly makes use of items on which legally placed stamp, mark or name is garbled or removed.

§ 177. imprisonment up to 8 years is considered the one that makes use of counterfeited or forged stamp paper, stamps, other rectification of public taxes ministering brands and postal stamps. With a relatively minor punishment shall be making use of previously used paper or labels on the sign at the former use is removed.

PCS. 2. The rule in § 169 shall apply mutatis mutandis with respect to stamps, postal stamps and the like release agents.

§ 178. With a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years on which to discard any of his rights destroy, dispose of or all or part ubrugbargør a form of proof that is fit to be used as such in a relationship.

§ 179. Any person who has to disappoint in terms of boundaries of landed property, because rights or rights with respect to watercourses or water lines put false boundary stones or other brand of these or moves, removes, defaces or destroys such brand, punishable by fine or imprisonment up 3 years.

20. Chapter

Non Hazardous crimes

§ 180. Puts no fire to domestic or foreign property under such circumstances that he realizes that the lives of others thereby exposed to imminent danger, or it is done with intent to cause extensive destruction of foreign property or to carry riot, looting or other such disturbance of the public order, punishable by imprisonment for up to life imprisonment.

§ 181. OR INJURY CAUSED someone else fire on foreign property, punishable by imprisonment for up to 6 years.

PCS. 2. The same penalty the person with intent to defraud fire insurance or infringe mortgagees' rights or similar unlawful intentionally causing fire on their property or on someone's property with the owner's consent.

PCS. 3. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for 10 years if there are aggravating circumstances.

§ 182. Any person who by negligence causes the conflagration on foreign property or to the detriment of foreign capital interest, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.


§ 183. Any person who with intent to harm on other people's person or property causing explosion, spreading of noxious gases, flood, shipwreck, railway or other transport accident, punishable by imprisonment up to 12 years.

PCS. 2. Where any of the paragraph. 1 acts mentioned under the conditions of § 180 specified circumstances, the penalty is imprisonment up to life imprisonment.

PCS. 3. committed the crime negligently, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

§ 183 a. Any person who by illegal coercion, see. § 260, take control of an aircraft, ship or another collective transport or freight agent, or interfere with its maneuvering, punishable by imprisonment for up to life imprisonment.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty as the illicit coercion, see. § 260, takes control of an offshore installation.

§ 184. With a fine or imprisonment not exceeding 2 years or in particularly aggravating circumstances, with imprisonment up to 6 years imposed on anyone who without being guilty by § 183 or § 183 a interferes with the safety of railways, ships, motor vehicles or similar means of transport operation or safety of traffic on public roads.

PCS. 2. committed the crime through negligence, the penalty fine or imprisonment for up to 4 months.

§ 185. With a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years on that, although it was possible for him without particular risk or sacrifice to themselves or others fail through timely review or otherwise in the circumstances suitable way according to their ability to ward off fire, explosion, spread of harmful gases, flooding, søskade, railway accident or similar accident, endangering human lives.

§ 186. Any person who causes harm to human life or health by causing general lack of drinking water or by adding water supplies, water pipes or streams hazardous substances shall be punished by imprisonment up to 10 years.

PCS. 2. committed the crime negligently, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year.

§ 187. With imprisonment up to 10 years punished

1) the one that adds things that are intended for negotiation or widespread use, poison or other substances which means that the thing's use for its intended exposes human health at risk

2) the person when such things are so depraved that the enjoyment or use of them in that manner dangerous to health, in giving them a treatment that is suited to hide their depraved condition

3) the person with the concealment of treatment carried out makes for sale or otherwise seek to spread things that are treated as under 1) or 2) above.

PCS. 2. committed the crime negligently, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year.

§ 188. Any person who without being guilty by § 187, no. 3, with the concealment of the thing's hazardous nature makes for sale or otherwise seek widespread

1) food or stimulants, which because of spoilage, inadequate preparation, storage mode or for similar reasons is harmful,

2) use, which during normal use exposes human health at risk
punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 6 years.

PCS. 2. committed the crime through negligence, the penalty fine or imprisonment for up to 4 months.

§ 189. Any person who makes for sale or otherwise seek common as drugs or preventive agents against diseases things about which he knows that they are unsuitable for the intended purpose, and to their use for this exposes human life or health at risk, punished a fine or imprisonment up to 6 years.

PCS. 2. committed the crime through negligence, the penalty fine or imprisonment for up to 4 months.

§ 190. Exposing under similar conditions as in §§ 186-189 Specified only domestic animal life or health at risk, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment up to 6 years.

§ 191. Any person who in violation of the law on narcotics to a greater number of people or against considerable remuneration or under aggravating circumstances transfers narcotics, punishable by imprisonment up to 10 years. Should the transfer a significant amount of particularly dangerous or harmful substance, or if the transfer of such substance has otherwise been a particularly dangerous nature, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for 16 years.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty, in violation of the law on narcotics imports, exports, purchases, delivers, receives, produces, processes or possesses such substances with the intention of transferring them as referred to in paragraph. 1.

§ 191 a. (Repealed)


§ 192. Whoever breaches of the regulations by law or under the law is given for preventing or counteracting infectious disease causing danger that such a disease gaining entry or spread among humans, punishable by imprisonment up to 3 years .

PCS. 2. If the disease is such that by law must be granted or at the time when the act is committed, subject to public hearing, or against the introduction of the kingdom taken special precautions, the penalty is imprisonment for up to 6 years.

PCS. 3. Whoever in the specified manner causing danger of contagious disease takes input or spread among livestock or utility or cultivated plants, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

PCS. 4. committed the crime negligently, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months.

§ 192 a. With imprisonment from 1 year up to 6 years imposed on anyone who violates the law on weapons and explosives at in particularly aggravating circumstances to import, export, transport, purchase, transfer, possession, carrying, use, adapt, develop or for the development research

1) firearm or

2) other weapons or explosives when the weapon or explosives because of their extremely hazardous nature is suitable to cause significant damage.

PCS. 2. A person who otherwise violate the law on weapons and explosives in particularly aggravating circumstances, imprisonment up to 6 years.

§ 192 b. Whoever with intent to harm to others person or substantial damage to someone else's environmental receive, possess, transfer or alter radioactive material or makes or possesses an explosive nuclear device or a device that is intended to spreading radioactive substances or capable of emitting ionizing radiation, punishable by imprisonment for up to 6 years.

PCS. 2. With imprisonment up to 12 years imposed on anyone who intentionally injured others person or significant damage to other people's things or to the environment or to force anyone to do or abstain from doing any act

1) uses radioactive substances or devices emitting ionizing radiation

2) remove, alter or damage a necessary protection against the spread of radioactive substances or against ionizing radiation or

3) uses or damages a nuclear facility with the result that there is leakage of radioactive substances, or presenting a risk thereof.

PCS. 3. When any of the paragraph. 2 acts mentioned under the conditions of § 180 specified circumstances or with the result that there is extensive damage to the environment or presenting an obvious risk thereof, the penalty is imprisonment up to life imprisonment.

PCS. 4. committed the crime negligently, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

21. Chapter

Different general harmful actions

§ 193. Whoever unlawfully causes extensive disruption in the operation of public means of communication, public postal, telegraph or telephone, radio or television systems, information systems or systems that serve regular supply of water, gas, electric power or heat; punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 6 years.

PCS. 2. committed the crime gross negligence, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months.

§ 194. The taking away, destroying or damaging public monuments or objects which are specific for general utility or ornamental, belongs to public collections or are particularly called for peace, punishable by a fine or imprisonment up to 3 years.

§ 195. Whoever makes foods for sale that he deliberately counterfeited or forged without their nature unequivocally stated on the item itself or on its label or packaging, on the invoice, if issued, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 3 months.

§ 196. imprisonment for up to six years is punishable under aggravating circumstances in breach of environmental law

1) pollute the air, water, soil or subsoil resulting to substantial damage to the environment or presenting an obvious risk thereof, or

2) storing or disposing of waste or similar substances resulting in that there is significant damage to the environment or presenting an obvious risk thereof.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty, in violation of environmental legislation pollute the air, water, soil or subsoil or storing or disposing of waste or similar substances, in the case of violations of more systematic or organized nature.

22. Chapter

Begging and harmful economic activities


§ 197. Whoever against police warning guilty of begging or allow anyone under 18 who belong to his household, mendicant, punishable by imprisonment for up to 6 months. Under extenuating circumstances, the penalty may be waived. Warning after this clause shall be valid for 5 years.

§§ 198-202. (Repealed)

§ 203. He who seeks trade by gambling or betting of a similar nature that are not in special provision is allowed, or by promoting such games, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year.

PCS. 2. The Court shall determine whether the takeover dividend shall be withdrawn or repaid.

§ 204. Any person who in a public place outside a venue or shall illegal gambling, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 6 months.

PCS. 2. Right of public place is considered club premises when anyone or anyone of a certain class may normally be admitted in the club or illegal gambling is part of the association's purpose or special payment for participation in the game.

PCS. 3. A person who in a public place participating in illegal gambling, fine.

§§ 205-207. (Repealed)

23. Chapter

Crimes in family relationships

§ 208. Any person who marries or leaves his partnership registered, and who are already married or a party to a registered partnership shall be punished by imprisonment of up to three years or if the other person was unaware of the existing marriage or registered partnership with imprisonment up to 6 years.

PCS. 2. committed the act of gross negligence, the penalty is imprisonment up to 1 year.

PCS. 3. Any person who without being married or be a party to a registered partnership enters into marriage or registered partnership with a person who is already married or a party to a registered partnership shall be punished by imprisonment for up to 1 year.

PCS. 4. It should be considered a mitigating circumstance for those who are already married or a party to a registered partnership, if the recent marriage or registered partnership can not be reversed. Under the same condition can be the punishment for the person who is neither married nor a party to a registered partnership lapse completely.

§ 209. (Repealed)

§ 210. A person who has sexual intercourse with a descendant, punishable by imprisonment for up to 6 years.

PCS. 2. Whoever has sexual intercourse with his brother or sister, punishable by imprisonment for up to 2 years. The penalty can be waived for those who are under 18 years.

PCS. 3. Paragraph. 1 and 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis with regard to sexual acts with a person of the same sex and sexual relations other than sexual intercourse.

§§ 211-212. (Repealed)

§ 213. Whoever by neglect or degrading treatment violates his or her spouse, child or any of his authority or care under the given person under 18 years or in the ascending line of related or related by marriage or by reluctant to evade him to any of the persons mentioned incumbent provident or pension contributions to expose them to hardship, imprisonment up to 2 years.

§ 214. (Repealed)

§ 215. The are beyond a person under 18 parents or other person's authority or care or help him evade such authority or care shall be punished in accordance with § 261.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty who illegally takes the child out of the country.

24. Chapter

Crimes against sexual morality

§ 216. On that sexual intercourse by violence or threat of violence, guilty of rape by imprisonment up to 8 years. With The placing in a state in which the person is unable to resist the act.

PCS. 2. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for 12 years if the rape has had a particularly dangerous nature, or in particularly aggravating circumstances.

§ 217. Any person who procures sexual intercourse by other illegal coercion, see. § 260, than violence or threat of violence, punishable by imprisonment for up to 4 years.

§ 218. Whoever by use of a person's mental illness or mental retardation procures sexual intercourse outside of marriage to that, punishable by imprisonment for up to 4 years.

PCS. 2. Whoever procures sexual intercourse outside marriage with someone who is in a state in which the person is unable to resist the act shall be punished by imprisonment for up to four years, unless the situation is covered by § 216 .


§ 219. The employed or supervisor at the prison reception centers, children's or youth homes, mental hospital, institution for people with severe mental disabilities or a similar institution and who has sexual intercourse with someone who is the same institution shall be punished with imprisonment for up to 4 years.

§ 220. Any person who by grave abuse of a person's subordinate position or economic dependence procures sexual intercourse outside of marriage to that, punishable by imprisonment for up to 1 year or if the relationship is committed against a person under 21 years of imprisonment for up to 3 year.

§ 221. The imprisonment of up to six years imposed on anyone who tilsniger intercourse with a person who is erring consider intercourse as marital or confuse the perpetrator with another.

§ 222. Whoever has sexual intercourse with a child under 15, punishable by imprisonment for up to 8 years.

PCS. 2. Has the child been under 12 years of age or have the perpetrator gained intercourse by coercion or threats, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 12 years.

PCS. 3. In determining the penalty under paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 2, the first part, should be included as an aggravating circumstance that the perpetrator has gained intercourse by exploiting his physical or mental superiority.

§ 223. Whoever has sexual intercourse with a person under 18 who is the guilty one adopted child, stepchild or foster child or assigned to the teaching or upbringing, punishable by imprisonment for up to 4 years.

PCS. 2. The same punishment shall be as the gross abuses of the age and experience-reliant superiority seduces a person under 18 to sexual intercourse.

§ 223 a. Any person who as a customer for payment or promise of payment has sexual intercourse with a person under 18, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

§ 224. The provisions of §§ 216 to 223 a shall apply mutatis mutandis sexual relations other than sexual intercourse.

§ 225. The provisions of §§ 216-220 and 222-223 shall similarly apply to sexual acts with a person of the same sex.

§ 226. If in cases where after the above rules gerningens criminality depends upon the injured person from abnormal mental or physical condition or age of the person, the perpetrator acted without the knowledge of his condition or age, and action for this reason can not be imputed his intent, will, if he be negligent, a relatively small penalty to apply.

§ 227. Penalties under §§ 216-226 can be reduced or waived when persons between whom sexual acts took place, occurred in marriage to each other or have had their partnership registered.

§ 228. Whoever

1) induces another to seek a profit by sexual immorality with others

2) for profit induces another to indulge in sexual immorality with others or hold someone operating engage in sexual immorality, from abandoning it or

3) keeps brothel
punished for procuring to imprisonment up to 4 years.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty who incites or helps a person under 21 to engage in sexual immorality, as well as contributing to a person's transport out of the kingdom, to this abroad must drive engage in sexual immorality or used for such immorality where the person transported is under 21 years or ignorant of the purpose.

§ 229. Anyone who promotes sexual immorality by for gain or in frequently repeated cases to act as an intermediary, or exploiting someone else engage in sexual immorality, punishable by imprisonment up to 3 years or under mitigating circumstances with a fine.

PCS. 2. who rent rooms in the hotel or guest house to be used for commercial fornication, punishable by imprisonment for up to 1 year or mitigating circumstances, to a fine.

§ 230. The occupying obscene photographs, films, etc. of a person under 18 years with intent to sell or otherwise disseminate the material punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 2 years or in particularly aggravating circumstances, with imprisonment up to 6 years . As aggravating circumstances are especially instances where the child's life at risk, where serious violence was used, which caused the child serious harm, or where there is footage of more systematic or organized nature. § 226 shall apply accordingly.

§ 231. If the person who shall be judged according to §§ 228 or 229, previously convicted of any of these provisions are addressed crime, or he has an enrichment crime has been sentenced to prison, punishment may be increased by up to half.


§ 232. Any person who by indecent conditions violate decency or give public offense punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 4 years.

§ 233. On that encourages or invites for fornication or make immoral way of life on display in a way that is suitable to molest others or arouse public outrage punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 1 year.

§ 234. On selling obscene pictures or objects to a person under 16, punishable by a fine.

§ 235. Any person who disseminates obscene photographs or films, other immoral visual reproductions etc. of persons under 18, punishable by a fine or imprisonment not exceeding 2 years or in particularly aggravating circumstances, with imprisonment up to 6 years. As aggravating circumstances are especially instances where the child's life at risk, where serious violence was used, which caused the child serious harm, or where there is dissemination of more systematic or organized nature.

PCS. 2. Any person who possesses or against payment or through the Internet or a similar system to provide information themselves of indecent photographs or films, other immoral visual reproductions etc. of persons under 18, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year.

PCS. 3. Paragraph. 2 does not include possession of obscene images of a person over the age of 15 years if the person has given consent to the possession.

§ 235 a. Any person who recruits or otherwise contribute to, or exploiting a person under 18 years of participating in a performance with lewd conduct, punishable by a fine or imprisonment not exceeding 2 years or in particularly aggravating circumstances, with imprisonment up to 6 years . As aggravating circumstances are especially instances where the child's life at risk, where serious violence was used, which caused the child serious harm, or where there is talk about performances of more systematic or organized nature.

PCS. 2. Any person who as a spectator attends a performance referred to in paragraph. 1 involving a person under 18, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year.

§ 236. When liable under §§ 216, 217, 218. 1, 222 or 223, paragraph. 2, or according to §§ 224, 225 or 226, see. One of the aforementioned provisions or in accordance with § 232, can be in the judgment granted an injunction not to appear in public parks or facilities on commons, near schools and playgrounds by upbringing homes, mental hospitals and institutions for persons with severe mental disabilities, in particular given forests and on certain specified baths and beach widths.

PCS. 2. There will, besides, the judgment could be given people convicted in accordance with paragraphs. 1 These Articles or under §§ 228 and 229, instructed that they should not allow children under 18 stay in their homes or without police permission even reside in individuals in whom staying children under that age. The order does not apply with respect to children, to which the sentenced dependents.

PCS. 3. In the course three years after punishment protruding else, the convicted demand the repeal of a notice under paragraph. 1 or 2 submitted to the court. The request submitted to the prosecution, as soon as possible refer the matter to court. § 59 paragraph. 2 shall apply accordingly. The decision is made by order. Dismiss the application as a result, the offender does not submit a new application before have elapsed three years from the date of the decision. When special circumstances, the Minister of Justice allow the court cases occurs before the expiry of that period.

PCS. 4. Violation of the under paragraph. 1 and 2 announced orders is punishable by imprisonment for up to four months.

25. Chapter

Crimes against life and body

§ 237. Any person who kills another shall be punished for manslaughter with imprisonment from 5 years up to life imprisonment.

§ 238. Killing a mother her child during or immediately after birth, and it is likely that she has acted in distress for fear of dishonor or under the influence of at birth induced weakness, confusion or perplexity, she was punished with imprisonment for up to 4 year.

PCS. 2. If the crime is not consummated, and the action is not applied to the child injury can punishment be abolished.

§ 239. Any person who kills another after its specific request, be punished with imprisonment up to 3 years.

§ 240. Any person who helps someone robs itself of life, punishable by a fine or imprisonment up to 3 years.


§ 241. Any person who negligently causes the death of another shall be punished by a fine or imprisonment for up to 4 months or in particularly aggravating circumstances, with imprisonment up to 8 years. Is the relationship committed in connection with DUI, violation of the Road Traffic Act § 54 paragraph. 1 or 2, or particularly reckless driving, this is considered an aggravating circumstance.

§§ 242-243. (Repealed)

§ 244. Any person who violates the or otherwise attacking someone else's body, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 3 years.

§ 245. The exercising a legemsangreb of particularly raw, brutal or dangerous nature or guilty of maltreatment, punishable by imprisonment for up to 6 years. Have such legemsangreb had significant damage to body or health effect, this should be considered an aggravating circumstance.

PCS. 2. An outside in paragraph. 1 second case adds another person injury to body or health, is punishable by imprisonment for up to 6 years.

§ 245 a. Any person who by a legemsangreb with or without the consent cuts away or otherwise removing the female genitalia whole or in part, be punished with imprisonment up to 6 years.

§ 246. If a legemsangreb covered by § 245 or § 245 a, been of such a serious nature or history of serious injury or death to the existence of particularly aggravating circumstances, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for 10 years.

§ 247. committed any of the offenses specified in §§ 244-246, by a person previously convicted of intentionally legemsangreb or for a crime that has been associated with intentional violence, the penalty may be increased by up to half .

PCS. 2. The same applies when an offense specified in §§ 244-246 committed against a person who by the nature of his work are particularly exposed to violence.

§ 248. legemsangreb during fights, or when the affected have practiced retaliate against the attacker, the penalty under special extenuating circumstances lapse.

§ 249. Any person who negligently adds no significant damage to body or health, is punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 4 months or in particularly aggravating circumstances, with imprisonment up to 8 years. Is the relationship committed in connection with DUI, violation of the Road Traffic Act § 54 paragraph. 1 or 2, or particularly reckless driving, this is considered an aggravating circumstance.

§ 250. A person who throws another in helpless condition or leaving an under the charge of standing person in such a state, punishable by imprisonment for up to 8 years.

§ 251. A woman who by his birth on recklessly exposing the child to serious danger, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year.

§ 252. With imprisonment up to 8 years Any person who for profit, gross exuberance or similarly reckless manner causing immediate danger to someone's life or limb.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty that the reckless manner causing danger to anyone infected with a fatal and incurable disease.

PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice shall, after consultation with the Minister of Health and Prevention, the diseases covered by paragraph. 2.

§ 253. With a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years on that, although it was possible for him without particular risk or sacrifice to themselves or others fail

1) for the ability to help someone who is in apparent danger, or

2) to take the measures, as the circumstances required for the rescue of someone apparently lifeless, or who are required to care for people affected by shipwreck or other similar accident.

PCS. 2. With imprisonment up to 2 years on that violates paragraph. 1 in connection with the escape from a traffic accident, which anyone is added significant injury.

§ 254. A fine or imprisonment for up to 3 months imposed on anyone who intentionally or negligently leaves a child under 15 years old, insane, mentally retarded or drunk person dangerous weapons or explosives.

§§ 255-259. (Repealed)

26. Chapter

Crimes against personal freedom

§ 260. With a fine or imprisonment up to 2 years for unlawful coercion on which

1) by violence or threat of violence, of major damage to goods of detention or to make false charges of criminal offense or ærerørigt relationship or reveal privacy related matters forcing someone to do, tolerate or do something


2) by threatening to declare or reveal any criminal offense or to make true defamation forcing someone to do, tolerate or refrain, as far forward subjugation can not be considered of due justified by the fact that the threat concerned.

PCS. 2. Forcing someone to marry, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 4 years.

PCS. 3. Forcing someone to wear a garment that hides his face, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 4 years.

§ 261. Any person who deprives another freedom, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 4 years.

PCS. 2. Failing it for profit, or the detention has been prolonged or passed on to any unauthorized kept in custody as insane or mentally retarded or brought in foreign military service or in captivity or other addiction in a foreign country, the penalty is imprisonment up to 12 years.

PCS. 3. Any person who by gross negligence causes the deprivation of liberty by paragraph. 2-mentioned type, punishable by a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months.

§ 262. (Repealed)

§ 262a. For trafficking is punishable by imprisonment up to 10 years the one who recruits, transports, transfers, harbors or subsequently receives a person where there is or has been used

1) unlawful coercion by § 260

2) deprivation of liberty under § 261

3) threats by § 266

4) the unlawful creation or exploitation of a mistake or

5) any other undue method
purpose of exploitation of that person by sexual immorality, forced labor, slavery or practices similar to slavery, crime or the removal of organs.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty that the purpose of exploitation of that person by sexual immorality, forced labor, slavery or practices similar to slavery, crime or the removal of organs

1) recruits, transports, transfers, harbors or subsequently receives a person under 18 years of age or

2) provide payment or other benefits to achieve the consent to the use of a person who has authority over the victim, and the person who receives such payment or other benefit.

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Peace and defamation

§ 263. With a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months punished wrongly

1) break or evade any letter, telegram or other closed message or record or take note of the contents

2) gain access to other people's stores,

3) using a device secretly intercept or record statements made in private, telephone or other conversation between other or negotiations in closed session, which he did not even participate in or to which he improperly gained access.

PCS. 2. With a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year and 6 months Any person who unlawfully obtains access to someone else's information or programs that are intended to be used in an information system.

PCS. 3. violations described in paragraph. 1 or 2 shall relationship with intent to obtain or familiarize themselves with information about a company's trade secrets or under aggravating circumstances, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 6 years. The same penalty in paragraph. 2 obtains, in the case of violations of more systematic or organized nature.

§ 263 a. With a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year and 6 months imposed on anyone who unlawfully sells or to a wider audience spreading code or other means of access to a non-public information to which access is protected by a code or other special access restrictions.

PCS. 2. The same penalty the unduly redistributing any large number of codes or other means of access referred to in paragraph. 1.

PCS. 3. On the same penalty who improperly disposes or transmitting a code or other means of access referred to in paragraph. 1 to

1) a community important information, see. § 193, or

2) an information system that deals with sensitive information covered by § 7, paragraph. 1, or § 8 paragraph. 1 of the Act on processing of personal data on several personal circumstances.

PCS. 4. If the paragraph. 1-3 above disclosure, etc. in particularly aggravating circumstances, the penalty is imprisonment for up to 6 years. As aggravating circumstances are especially instances where disclosure etc. in an especially large scale or involve special risk of significant damage.

§ 264. With a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months punished wrongly


1) gain access to foreign house or else not freely accessible place

2) fails to leave foreign soil after being requested to do so.

PCS. 2. committed in paragraph. 1 pt. 1, said ratio with intent to obtain or familiarize themselves with information about a company's trade secrets, or there is also particularly aggravating circumstances, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 6 years. As a particularly aggravating factor considered in particular cases where this has taken place under such conditions as to cause other significant harm or pose a particular threat thereof.

§ 264 a., As unauthorized photographing people who are at a not freely accessible place, punishable by a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months. The same applies to the person using binoculars or other device unjustified observe such persons.

§ 264 b. (Repealed)

§ 264 c. The in §§ 263, 264 and 264 a contained penalty provisions apply mutatis mutandis to the person without having contributed to the act obtains or unauthorized uses information obtained by the infringement.

§ 264 d. ​​With a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months punished wrongly conveys messages or images on someone else's private affairs or otherwise pictures of the circumstances which apparently may be required to be excluded from the public. The provision also applies where the message or picture concerns a deceased person.

§ 265. (Repealed)

§ 266. Any person who in a way that is suitable for any of causing serious fear for their own or others' lives, health or welfare, threatening to make an offense punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

§ 266 a. With a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year imposed on anyone who, without the matter covered by §§ 136 and 266, makes public statements aiming to provoke acts of violence or vandalism.

§ 266 b. Whoever publicly or with intent to dissemination to a wider circle makes statements or any other communication by which a group of people are threatened, insulted or degraded on account of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion or sexual orientation, punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 2 years.

PCS. 2. determination of the sentence should be considered an aggravating circumstance that the relationship in the nature of propaganda activities.

§ 266 c. The one who, after a case has found its decision with regard to this again makes the invalidated the accusations against the same person so frequently that their submission degenerating into persecution punished when the information is likely to injure that the public reputation by fine or imprisonment up to 4 months.

§ 267. On that infringes someone else's fame by insulting words or actions or by making or spreading charges of a relationship that is suitable to reduce the offended fellow citizens in esteem, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to four months.

§ 267 a. (Repealed)

§ 268. If a charge is made or used in bad faith, or have offender missed reasonable grounds for regarding him for sand, punished the perpetrator of defamation, and in § 267 above sentence may then increase to imprisonment for 2 years.

§ 269. A charge is punishable when its truth proven as well as when the person who in good faith makes the charge has been obliged to comment or have acted rightly taking of evident public interest or of its own or others' interests.

PCS. 2. Punishment may lapse when disclosed circumstances which gave adding to consider the charge of sand.

§ 270. Is sigtelsens submission of its form unsportsmanlike insulting penalty under § 267 used, although truth be evidence; the same applies if the perpetrator has had reasonable opportunity to make the insult.

PCS. 2. If the offended alone claims that punishment under this section, thus accorded evidence sigtelsens truth, not led, unless public interest essential justify it.

§ 271. Evidence thus accorded not led for a criminal offense for which the person who is screened by a final judgment in Denmark or abroad is acquitted.

PCS. 2. Truth Evidence of adjudicated criminal offense does not exempt from punishment when insulted view of the action, character, time when it was committed, and his relationship had otherwise reasonably claim that the conditions do not now came to light.


§ 272. Penalty for § 267 can void when the act is induced by improper conduct of the injured, or this has done retaliate against insulter.

§ 273. If a ærefornærmende charge unauthorized, there will be after the victim 's claim in appeal late to record a note.

PCS. 2. The person convicted of a ærefornærmende charge, can be to the victim's claim ordered him to pay a court-determined sum to contest the costs of announcement in one or more gazettes either of judgment so alone or also of judgment reasons. This applies even if the judgment alone sounds of cancellation pursuant to the provision in paragraph. 1.

§ 274. Any person who makes or disseminates ærefornærmende statements against a deceased, fined or, if defamation is, with imprisonment up to 4 months.

PCS. 2. Ærefornærmende statements made against some 20 years after his death, can only be prosecuted when in § 268 that condition exists.

§ 275. The crimes in this chapter are subject to private prosecution. This does not apply to those specified in §§ 266, 266 a and 266 b.

PCS. 2. In the §§ 263-264 d cases referred to public prosecution happen when the victim requests it. The same applies when someone who works or at the time on which the speech is, worked in public officials, accused of a relationship that can lead to or might have led manufacture is or assignment forfeiture, and when a charge is made in nameless or with false or fictitious name provided letter.

§ 275 a. (Repealed)

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§ 276. For theft is punishable by without possessing the consent takes away a stranger movable property to gain or others unjustly enriched by its acquisition. With movable things equated here and hereinafter an amount of energy that is produced, stored or put into use to produce light, heat, power or movement or other economic purposes.

§ 277. For trafficking in lost property punished, as in order to obtain or other restitution acquire a foreign movable property that is not in anyone's custody, or by the owner's oversight or similarly random fashion has come in the offender's custody .

§ 278. For embezzlement punished, as in order to obtain or other restitution

1) acquire a foreign movable property which is in his custody without the matter falls under § 277

2) are deducted from the receipt of money loans or other loans for ownership or a service for which is due remuneration

3) improper consumer entrusted to him the money, even though he was not obliged to keep them segregated from its own assets.

PCS. 2. Paragraph. 1 pt. 1 shall not include transactions of purchased items in respect of which a seller has reserved the property until the purchase price has been paid.

§ 279. For fraud punishable as, in order to obtain or other unlawful gain by unlawful to induce, reinforce or exploit an aberration provides another for any act or omission, thereby causing this, or someone for whom the act or failure will be crucial, a capital loss.

§ 279 a. For data fraud is punishable, as in order to obtain or other restitution unlawfully alter, add or delete information or programs for electronic data processing or otherwise unlawfully seeking to influence the outcome of such processing.

§ 280. For breach of trust punished so far the relationship does not fall under §§ 276-279 a, the, as in order to obtain or other restitution inflict another loss of wealth

1) by abuse of him created to transact with legal effect for this or

2) by a fortune matter which it is his responsibility to perform for the other to act against their best interests.

§ 281. extortion punished so far the relationship does not fall under § 288

1) any person who, in order to obtain or others an unjust profit, threaten someone with violence, significant damage to the goods or detention, to submit false criminal charges for criminal offense or ærerørigt conditions or obvious privacy related matters

2) any person who threatens anyone to report or reveal any criminal offense or to make true defamation in order to obtain or others a recovery that is not duly justified by the circumstances which have given rise to the threat submission.


§ 282. For usury imposed on anyone who exploits another person's financial or personal difficulties, lack of knowledge, carelessness or an existing dependency on into an arrangement to obtain or contract a service which is substantially disproportionate to the consideration or not remunerable for.

§ 283. debtor fraud punishable as in order to obtain or other restitution

1) to divest, pledge or otherwise available to him related goods where the third party has acquired a right with which the action is incompatible

2) after his stay is the commencement of insolvency or restructuring proceedings are opened, takes actions aimed at the succession property and claims not come claimants to good

3) by false pretenses, forstikkelse, pro forma legal transactions, significant gifts, excessive consumption, sales below cost, payment or collateral for due debt or by other similar means evading his property or claims of earning its creditors or any one of these to fulfillment.

PCS. 2. If acts of the no. 3 indicated kind made to the favoring of a creditor, this only punish if he at a time when he predicted that the debtor's bankruptcy or restructuring proceedings were imminent, have determined debtor to give him such status.

§ 284. (Repealed)

§ 285. The in §§ 276 and 278-283 mentioned crimes punishable by imprisonment for up to 1 year and 6 months. In the in § 283 paragraph. 2, mentioned cases, punishment both for the debtor as the favored creditor walk down to the fine.

PCS. 2. Illegal handling lost property punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year and 6 months.

§ 286. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to six years, when in §§ 276, 281 and 282 mentioned crimes are particularly aggravated in particular due to execution mode, or because the crime is done with accomplices or the inclusion of weapons or another dangerous tool or means, or because of the stolen objects significant value or the conditions in which they found themselves, or because there is theft committed by organized burglary crime or when a large number of crimes committed.

PCS. 2. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to eight years, when in §§ 278-280 and 283 mentioned crimes are particularly aggravated in particular due to execution mode, or because the crime is done with accomplices, or because of the extent of the achieved or intended gain, or when a large number of crimes committed.

§ 287. Are any of the crimes mentioned in §§ 276-283, less culpability because of the circumstances in which the act was committed, the appropriated objects or suffered property loss negligible interest or for other reasons, the penalty fine . Under otherwise mitigating circumstances the penalty may be waived.

PCS. 2. Attempt crime covered by paragraph. 1, are punishable.

§ 288. For robbery is punishable by imprisonment for up to six years on that in order to get or other unlawful gain by violence or threat of immediate use of violence

1) deprives or compels someone a stranger movable things

2) brings a stolen things in security or

3) forcing someone to an act or omission that results in loss of wealth for the fallen or someone for whom this act.

PCS. 2. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for 10 years when a robbery is particularly aggravated in particular because of its particularly dangerous nature, execution mode, or the extent of the achieved or intended gain, or because the offender has entered the home to commit robbery, or when a large number of crimes committed.

§ 289. With imprisonment up to 8 years imposed on anyone who in order to get or other restitution is guilty of breach of particularly serious nature of the tax, customs, fiscal or additional legislation or § 289 a.

PCS. 2. Paragraph. 1 shall apply only if in the paragraph. 1 Those laws refer to that provision.

PCS. 3. When determining additional fines according to § 50 paragraph. 2 in connection with violation of paragraph. 1 must be given to whether the crime is aggravated in particular due to execution mode, or because the crime is done with accomplices, or when a large number of crimes committed.


§ 289 a. With a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year and 6 months imposed on anyone who to use for decisions about payment or refund of customs duties or taxes or payment or repayment of grants or support from the Danish authorities or the European Community institutions or other Community bodies provides false or misleading information or conceals information, including breaches a disclosure of importance to the decision with intent to evade or other payment or with intent to gain undue payment to themselves or others.

PCS. 2. The same penalty the unduly exploits a legally obtained benefit with regard to the payments referred to in paragraph. 1 and improperly uses payments referred to in paragraph. 1 for purposes other than those they were originally granted. This does not apply to benefits granted for private use.

PCS. 3. Paragraph. 1 and 2 shall apply only where other legislation does not contain a corresponding adjustment.

PCS. 4. Violations of the paragraph. 1 or paragraph. 2 of particularly serious circumstances is punishable by § 289.

§ 290. For receiving stolen goods is punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 1 year and 6 months the wrongly received and or other part of the yield obtained by a criminal offense and the wrongly by hiding, store, transport assist in disposal or in a similar manner subsequently works to secure another proceeds of a criminal offense.

PCS. 2. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for 6 years, when the handling of stolen is particularly aggravated in particular because of the crime business or professional character, or as a result of the achieved or intended gain, or when a large number of crimes committed.

PCS. 3. Penalties under this provision shall not be imposed on those receiving dividends to usual maintenance of family members or partner, or the person receiving the dividend as normal remuneration for ordinary consumer goods, utility items or services.

§ 291. Whoever destroys, damages or disposes of property belonging to another shall be punished by a fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year and 6 months.

PCS. 2. practiced that serious vandalism or of more systematic or organized nature or the offender previously convicted under this section or in accordance with § 180, § 181, § 183, paragraph. 1 and 2, § 184 paragraph. 1, § 193 or § 194, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for 6 years.

PCS. 3. is caused damage in accordance with paragraph. 2, the event of gross negligence, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months.

PCS. 4. In determining the penalty under paragraph. 1 and 2 should be included as an aggravating circumstance that the relationship was committed while or immediately after that in the area takes serious disturbance of peace and order in a public place.

§ 292. Whoever by destroying, damaging or dispose of his property deprives them from serving its creditors or any one of these to the satisfaction punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 1 year.

§ 293. He who wrongly use a thing belonging to another shall be punished by a fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year unless the situation is covered by § 293 a. Under aggravating circumstances, especially when the thing is not brought back after use, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for 2 years.

PCS. 2. Any person who unlawfully obstruct another in whole or in part to have things be punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 1 year. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for 2 years, where there are infringements of more systematic or organized nature, or in particularly aggravating circumstances.

§ 293 a. For use theft of motor vehicle is punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 1 year and 6 months the wrongly use a motor vehicle belonging to another. In particular aggravating circumstances, in particular in recidivism, the penalty may increase to imprisonment for 4 years.

§ 294. Any person who unlawfully takes itself to the right, fine.

§ 295. Any person who in inland waters or in territorial waters contrary to private individuals or public court is conducting containment or place fixed devices, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to three months.

§ 296. With a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year and 6 months imposed on anyone who

1) disseminates false or misleading information by which the price of securities or similar assets could be materially affected,

2) provides false or misleading information on legal persons conditions

a) the public announcements of the economic conditions


b) Regulatory accounting,

c) the reports, financial statements or representations to the General Assembly or similar body or the legal person management

d) by notification to a registration authority or

e) in the tender documents for the legal person formation or capital increase and the sale of shares or the issue or sale of convertible bonds

3) serious breach on a legal person existing legislation relating

a) capital or

b) use of the legal entity's funds

4) grossly fail to meet requirements of the legal personality applicable laws on

a) completion of negotiation protocols

b) transfer of records and information duties relating to shares or

c) act duties at established capital loss.

PCS. 2. committed an act or omission referred to in paragraph. 1 of gross negligence, the penalty is a fine or under aggravating circumstances, imprisonment for up to four months.

§ 297. With a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year and 6 months imposed on anyone who disseminates false or misleading information by which the price of goods, real estate or similar assets could be materially affected.

PCS. 2. committed an act referred to in paragraph. 1 of gross negligence, the penalty is a fine or under aggravating circumstances, imprisonment for up to four months.

§ 298. With a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months imposed on anyone who, without the conditions for applying § 279 available

1) by false pretenses regarding the ability to pay obtains or other loans or credit with the result that the economic loss caused thereby,

2) by use of prepaid payment puts himself incapable to provide consideration,

3) off moves away without paying lodging, meals, transportation or other benefit, which it has been a recognizable condition that payment shall be made prior to disregard the removal

4) without payment of the prescribed fee tilsniger access to performance, exhibition or meeting or for journeys by public samfærdselsmiddel or the use of other publicly accessible interior.

§ 299. With a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year and 6 months imposed on anyone who, without the conditions for applying § 280 available

1) in a property matter that it is his responsibility to perform for another, in violation of his duty inflict this significant financial losses, not replaced before the judgment of first instance

2) by accomplishing another's assets to themselves or others on duty abusively receives, demands or accepts the promise of a gift or other advantage as well as the one who gives, promises or offers such a gift or other advantage.

§ 299 a. With imprisonment up to six years imposed on anyone who in particularly aggravating circumstances be guilty of infringement of the Marketing Act § 19. As aggravating circumstances are especially instances where the offense caused significant damage, or provoked an imminent risk thereof.

§ 299 b. Imprisonment for up to six years imposed on anyone who in order to get or other restitution or otherwise under especially aggravating circumstances be guilty of

1) copyright violations particularly serious nature, see. Copyright Act § 76 paragraph. 2, or the illegal import of particularly serious nature, see. Copyright Act § 77 paragraph. 2

2) trademark violations particularly serious in nature, as Trade Marks Act. § 42 paragraph. 2

3) design infringement of particularly serious nature, see. Design Act § 36 paragraph. 2

4) patent infringement of particularly serious nature, see. Patents Act § 57 paragraph. 2

5) The utility model infringement of particularly serious nature, see. Utility Models Act § 54 paragraph. 2, or

6) violation of the particularly serious nature of § 91, see. § 94 paragraph. 2 of the Law on Radio and Television Broadcasting.

§ 300. With a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year punished

1) any person who, at a time when he realizes or should realize that he is unable to satisfy his creditors significantly exacerbates its capital position by the formation of new debt or pay or provide security for considerable due debts

2) the one that is causing its creditors significant loss of wasteful way of life, by games, by daring undertakings not proportionate to his fortune, by greatly disorderly conduct of business or other moral,

3) the debtor and union representative, by submitting the under reconstruction processing corresponding statements provides false information or is guilty of gross negligence.


§ 300 a. With a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months imposed on anyone who, without the conditions for applying § 279 exists in an unlawful manner intentionally or recklessly causes a person who is in a delusion, for this reason determined for any act or omission, and thereby causes him or anyone for whom the act or omission is crucial, a significant financial loss.

§ 300 b. With a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months imposed on anyone who, without the conditions for applying § 282 exists at the conclusion of an agreement unduly take advantage of the counterparty financial difficulty or otherwise of his inferior position.

§ 300 c. With a fine or imprisonment up to 6 months imposed on anyone who entrusts a claim stemming from another's action provided for in § 282, § 300 a or § 300 b mentioned nature or which make such a claim if he acquisition of the claim showed gross negligence with respect to its nature. At the same penalty as otherwise grossly negligent take unfair advantage of another's action provided for in § 282, § 300 or § 300 a b mentioned characteristics.

§ 301. With a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year and 6 months Any person who with intent to unauthorized use produces, procures, possesses or conveys

1) information that identifies a payment that is assigned to others, or

2) generated debit card numbers.

PCS. 2. Failing to in paragraph. 1 above disclosure, etc. in a circle or in otherwise especially aggravating circumstances, the penalty is imprisonment for up to 6 years.

PCS. 3. Paragraph. 1 shall not apply to genuine cards.

§ 301a. With a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year and 6 months Any person who unlawfully obtains or pass codes or other means of access to information, access to which is reserved for paying users, and is protected by code or other special access restrictions.

PCS. 2. Failing to in paragraph. 1 above disclosure, etc. in particularly aggravating circumstances, the penalty is imprisonment for up to 6 years. As aggravating circumstances are especially instances where disclosure etc. of trade, in a circle or in circumstances where there is particular risk of abuse.

§ 302. With a fine or imprisonment up to 1 year and 6 months penalized to the extent the relationship does not fall under § 296, the one that particularly serious breach statutory requirements

1) accounting, including recording transactions and preparation of accounting records,

2) the keeping of accounting records, including descriptions of accounting and systems for storage and retrieval presence of material, including passwords, etc. and encryption keys

3) public authorities' access to financial records according to these authorities particularly applicable laws and

4) submission of annual accounts or similar financial statements.

PCS. 2. committed an act or omission referred to in paragraph. 1 of gross negligence, the penalty is a fine or imprisonment for up to four months.

§ 303. The exhibiting gross negligence by tilforhandle themselves or by other similar means receiving things that have been acquired by an enrichment offense punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year.

§ 304. A fine or imprisonment for up to 4 months to punishment, as in cases where a decision on a property matter are taken by vote, obtains or other access to illegally participate in this or to cast more votes than his due, or means that the poll distorted.

PCS. 2. On the same penalty as voting in a bankruptcy or disclaim liability or under reconstruction treatment by false pretenses affect stemmegivningen or gives, promises or offers, receives, demands or accepts the promise of wealth in favor of voting for a particular direction or to abstain.

§ 304 a. The wrongly gives, promises or offers someone who in this country or abroad acts as an arbitrator, a gift or other advantage to induce him to do or refrain from acting in this office, punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year and 6 months.

PCS. 2. The same penalty to that in this country or abroad acts as an arbitrator and the exercise of this office unjustified receiver requires or is promised a gift or other advantage.

§ 305. The in § 291 paragraph. 1 and 3, § 293, paragraph. 2, § 298 and § 299 offenses referred prosecuted only by the injured party unless the public interest requires prosecution.


PCS. 2. The § 294 offenses referred to are subject to private prosecution.

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§ 306. There can be imposed on companies etc. (legal persons) under the rules of Chapter 5 of the violation of this law.

Act no. 438 of 31 May 2000 (Time Limit of measures under the Criminal Code §§ 68 and 69) 1) contains the following provision:
§ 2

PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 July 2000.

PCS. 2. Penal Code § 68a and § 69a as amended by this Act § 1, no. 1 and 3, applies to measures by the Criminal Code §§ 68 and 69, imposed under the Act. The same applies to measures by the Act shall be determined by Penal Code § 72, cf.. §§ 68 and 69, resulting in a tightening of the measure.

Act no. 441 of 31 May 2000 (limitation, reinforced action against sexual abuse of children and young persons and IT investigation) 2) contains the following provision:
§ 3

PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 July 2000.

PCS. 2. in § 1 above provisions of the Penal Code § 94 paragraph. 4 and § 97 paragraph. 4 and 6, also applies to offenses committed and the legal consequences imposed before the commencement of the Act. The provisions shall not apply in cases where the limitation under the previous rules occurred before the Act.

Act no. 433 of 31 May 2000 (Changes due to the Sentence Enforcement Act, elimination of tack penalty and probation of life sentenced, etc.) 3) contains the following provisions:
§ 30


This Act shall come into force on 1 July 2001.
§ 31

PCS. 1. If, in the Act shall be sentenced for a previously committed violation of the §§ 1-29 above laws which staple up to 30 days would be incurred, sentenced to imprisonment with the same number of days as a booklet.

PCS. 2. Would a higher penalty tack than in paragraph. 1 be prescribed, a lower sentence of imprisonment imposed, but not less than 30 days or more than 4 months.
§ 32

PCS. 1. At the commencement of the Act can not be sentenced to imprisonment, although the penal provisions in other legislation still allows.

PCS. 2. For the purposes of penal provisions outside in §§ 1-29 above laws, which booklet is part of the penalty can be, instead of stapling sentenced to imprisonment for up to four months.

PCS. 3. § 31 shall apply accordingly.
§ 33

PCS. 1. In determining the alternative sentence for the offense relating to an offense committed before the commencement of the Act, see § 31 shall apply accordingly.

PCS. 2. The law has no effect for imprisonment or alternative sentence of the stapler, sentenced or fixed before the commencement of the Act.

Act no. 258 of 8 May 2002 (Implementation of EU Assistance Convention, the second additional protocol to the Council of Europe Mutual Assistance Convention and the EU Framework Decision on joint investigation teams) 4) contains the following provisions on criminal liability and entry into force:
§ 3 | ||
PCS. 1. The provisions of the Penal Code Chapter 14 on offenses against public authority, etc. and chapter 16 on crimes in public service or duty, etc. also apply when the relationship was committed against or by officers from another state during task in Denmark under Article 12 and 13 of the Convention of 29 May 2000 on mutual assistance in criminal Matters between the EU Member States as well as the corresponding provisions of other Union acts or under Articles 18 and 20 of the second Additional Protocol of 8 november 2001 to the European Convention of 20 april 1959 on mutual assistance in criminal matters.

PCS. 2. OR INJURY CAUSED an official of a Member State other damage during task in Denmark under Articles 12 and 13 of the Convention of 29 May 2000 on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters between the EU Member States as well as the corresponding provisions of other Union acts or under Article 18 and 20 of the second Additional Protocol of 8 november 2001 to the European Convention of 20 april 1959 on mutual assistance in criminal matters, which according to Danish law, the liability, compensation is paid by the Minister of Justice.
§ 6


This Act shall come into force on 1 July 2002.

Act no. 364 of 24 May 2005 (limitation, aggravated sentences for false prisoners, etc.) 5) contains the following provision:
§ 2

PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 July 2005.

PCS. 2. § 1, no. 6, however, shall enter into force the day after publication in Lovtidende.6)


Act no. 718 of 25 June 2010 (Reconstruction, etc.) 7) contains the following provision:
§ 55

PCS. 1. The Minister of Justice shall determine the date for the Act ikrafttræden.8)

PCS. 2-9. (Remove heading)

PCS. 10. Penal Code § 283, paragraph. 1 pt. 2, § 300, no. 3, and § 304, paragraph. 2, as amended by this Act § 11, no. 1, 3 and 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis on the composition negotiations.

Act no. 1552 of 21 December 2010 (Tracking hidden dividends and other assets, obsolescence of confiscation claims secret seizure, etc.) 9) includes the following provision:
§ 3

PCS. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 2011.

PCS. 2. The in § 1 above provision of the Penal Code § 97 a paragraph. 1, also apply to offenses committed and the legal consequences imposed before the commencement of the Act. This provision shall not apply in cases where the limitation by the existing rules occurred before the Act.

Act no. 112 of 3 February 2012 (Act restraining order, prohibition on residence and expulsion) 10) contains the following provision:

§ 25. This Act shall enter into force on 1 March 2012.

PCS. 2. (Optional)

Act no. 157 of 28 February 2012 (Implementation of the revised Annex to the Council of Europe Convention on the Prevention of Terrorism) 11) contains the following provision:
§ 2


The Act comes into force on 1 March 2012.

Act no. 158 of 28 February 2012 (Raising the age of criminal responsibility) 12) contains the following provision:
§ 5

PCS. 1. This Act shall come into force the day after publication in Lovtidende.13)

PCS. 2. Where it by fixing the penalty to be included as an aggravating circumstance that the offender previously convicted of importance to the case, will the decisions taken in relation to persons for actions taken before they were 15 years old, not given .

Act no. 159 of 28 February 2012 (Extension of probation with condition of community, etc.) 14) contains the following provision:
§ 2


The Act comes into force on 1 March 2012.

Act no. 275 of 27 March 2012 (Expanded definition of trafficking, etc.) 15) contains the following provision:
§ 2


The Act comes into force after publication in Lovtidende.15)

Act no. 431 of 16 May 2012 (Law on the temporary reduction in the penalty for violation of tax law regarding funds in foreign bank accounts, etc.) 16) contains the following provision:

§ 4. This Act comes into force on 1 July 2012.

Justice, 24 October 2012
Morten Bødskov
/ Freja Sine Thorsboe



Annex

Contents








General Part











1.


Chapter


Introductory provisions


§§


1-2



2.


Chapter


General conditions for the penal provisions applicable


§§


3-12



3.


Chapter


Criminal Family Conditions


§§


13-20



4.


Chapter


Attempt and aiding



§§


21-24



5.


Chapter


Criminal liability of legal persons


§§


25-27



6


Chapter


penalties


§§


31-55



7.


Chapter


Probation


§§


56-61



8.


Chapter


community Service


§§


62-67



9.


Chapter


Other legal consequences of the offense


§§


68-79



10.


Chapter


Fixing the penalty


§§


80-89 a



11.


Chapter


Termination of the offense legal consequences


§§


92-97 c











Special part











12.


Chapter


Crimes against national independence and security


§§


98-110 f



13


Chapter


Crimes against the Constitution and the supreme authorities, terrorism etc.


§§


111-118 a



14


Chapter



Crimes against the public authority etc.


§§


119-132 a



15


Chapter


Crimes against public order and peace


§§


133-142



16


Chapter


Crimes public officials etc.


§§


144-157 b



17


Chapter


Perjury and false accusation


§§


158-165



18


Chapter


Offences related to payment instruments


§§


166-170



19


Chapter


Offences related evidence


§§


171-179



20


Chapter


General Hazardous crimes


§§


180-192 b



21


Chapter


Different general harmful actions


§§


193-196



22


Chapter


Begging and harmful economic activities


§§


197-204



23


Chapter


Crimes against family relationships


§§


208-215



24


Chapter


Crimes against sexual morality


§§


216-236



25th



Chapter


Crimes against life and body


§§


237-254



26


Chapter


Crimes against personal freedom


§§


260-262 a



27


Chapter


Peace and defamation


§§


263-275



28


Chapter


Offences against property


§§


276-305



29


Chapter


Specific provisions for legal persons


§


306





Official notes

1) The amendment pertains to § 68a, § 69, § 69a, § 72 paragraph. 1-2, § 73 paragraph. 1, point 1., And § 97 paragraph. 2, no. 2.

2) The amendment pertains to § 93 paragraph. 3, first paragraph., § 94 paragraph. 4, § 97 paragraph. 4, § 97 paragraph. 6, 2nd sentence., § 230 and § 235.

3) The amendment pertains to § 7, § 8, § 21, § 23, § 31, § 32, § 33, § 34, § 35, § 36, § 39, § 40a, § 41, § 42, § 43, § 44, § 45, § 46, § 47, § 48, § 49, § 50, § 51, § 52, § 53, § 54, § 55, § 57, § 58, § 59, § 60, § 61 , § 61a, § 62, § 63, § 64, § 65, § 66, § 72, § 74, § 78, § 83, § 86, § 87, § 88, § 89, § 90, § 91, § 97 § 100, § 103, § 104, § 109, § 110, § 110a § 110 c, § 110 e, § 114, § 117, § 119, § 121, § 122, § 123, § 124, § 125, § 126, § 127, § 128, § 129, § 129 a, § 130, § 131, § 132a, § 133, § 134, § 134a, § 135, § 136, § 137, § 138 , § 139, § 140, § 141, § 142, § 143, § 144, § 147, § 148, § 149, § 150, § 152, § 153, § 155, § 156, § 158, § 160, § 161, § 162, § 163, § 164, § 165, § 167, § 168, § 170, § 172, § 174, § 175, § 176, § 178, § 179, § 182, § 183, § 184, § 185, § 186, § 187, § 188, § 189, § 192, § 193, § 194, § 195 § 197, § 202, § 203, § 204, § 206, § 208, § 213, § 214, § 223a, § 229, § 232, § 233, § 235, § 236, § 239, § 240, § 241, § 244, § 249, § 251, § 252, § 253, § 254, § 255, § 260, § 261, § 262, § 263, § 264, § 264 a, § 264 d, § 265, § 266, § 266 a, § 266B, § 266 c, § 267, § 268, § 274, § 285, § 291, § 292, § 293, § 295, § 296, § 298, § 299, § 300, § 300 a, § 300 b, § 300 c, 302, § 303 and § 304.

4) The amendment pertains to § 158 paragraph. 1, point 1.

5) The amendment pertains to § 93, § 93a, § 94, § 97 a and § 164.

6) The Act is promulgated in the Official Gazette 25 May 2005.

7) The amendment pertains to § 283 paragraph. 1 pt. 2 and paragraph. 2, § 300, no. 3, and § 304, paragraph. 2.

8) Order no. 208 of 15 March 2011 it is determined that changing the law comes into force on 1 April 2011.

9) The amendment pertains to § 97 a paragraph. 1-4.

10) The amendment pertains to § 265 and § 275, paragraph. 2, first sentence.

11) The amendment pertains to § 114 a.

12) The amendment pertains to § 15 and § 81, no. 10

13) The Act is promulgated in the Official Gazette on February 29, 2012.

14) The amendment pertains to § 63 paragraph. 1, point 1.

15) The amendment pertains to § 7 paragraph. 1 pt. 2, point a, and § 262a.

15) The Act is promulgated in the Official Gazette on March 28, 2012.

16) The amendment pertains to § 289th