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Punishment and entry into force
The full text of the Decree on the approval of bobehandlere
Under section 45 (2) of law No. 594 of 14. June 2011 on the Division, etc. shall be determined: Chapter 1 Authorisation section 1. Bobehandlere are authorized by the Minister of Justice on the recommendation of the President of the City Court and High Court President.
(2). Authorization as liquidator shall be notified in one or more jurisdictions. Authorization occurs after application. Lookup on the assumption of bobehandlere made by the President of the city court.
§ 2. Authorization as liquidator may be addressed to lawyers engaged in professional activities, and which are not filled 70 years.
(2). Authorisation may be granted only on condition that the holder within a specified time limit completes a training in spousal probate.
(3). Approval be given for a maximum period of 10 years.
(4). A granted authorization may, on application, be extended for a further period of not more than 10 years without re-announcement of operator. Application must be submitted to the President of the City Court, not later than 1 year before the expiry of the announced authorization. The President of the city court sends the application to the Ministry of justice through the concerned High Court President. The City Court of the President and President of the High Court concerned shall give its recommendation on whether or not the application should be accepted. The Justice Department can process an application which is submitted to the President of the City Court later than 1 year before the expiry of the approval period when excess announced is reasonably justified.
(5). The Minister of Justice may, upon a proposal from the President of the city court determine that a liquidator lists the task must be advertised as vacant or cease. Setting can be made every three years after authorisation message. The President of the city court shall inform the administrator about setting.
(6). Authorization as liquidator is personal and is not transferable.
§ 3. Authorization as liquidator results in a duty to process whereas, as referred by the Probate Court in the jurisdiction where the liquidator is authorized.
(2). The bankruptcy court can, when there are special reasons, at the request of the liquidator may exempt from this for the treatment of a bo.
§ 4. Authorization as liquidator shall lapse on the expiry of the approval period 1), unless the Minister has taken a decision on the extension under section 2 (4) 2) 6 months after the Minister has made the determination under section 2, paragraph 5, 3) at the end of the month in which the holder turns 70 years, 4) upon termination of the right to exercise the profession of lawyer, or 5) on the expiry of a time limit for implementation of continuing education If not previously completed training.
§ 5. The Minister may revoke an authorization, as liquidator, if 1) holder for any length of time is absent due to illness, 2) the holder has failed to fulfil its obligations as the liquidator significantly, or 3) there are other special reasons.
(2). The President shall inform the Ministry of Justice of the City Court of facts which could give rise to that approval be withdrawn.
§ 6. A liquidator may, with a month's notice may request it be exempt from the duties of authorized liquidator. Request for exemption shall be submitted through the President of the city court to the Ministry of Justice.
§ 7. At the termination of the liquidator must hand in his authorisation the authorisation to the Ministry of Justice, who shall inform the Probate Court in the jurisdiction in which the person concerned is authorised.
Chapter 2 Penalty and the entry into force of § 8. The who, without being authorized liquidator denotes it as such, or using a name suitable for confusion with this, be punished by a fine, unless a higher penalty is inflicted for other legislation.
§ 9. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. March 2012.
The Ministry of Justice, the 2. February 2012 Morten Bødskov/Anne Fode