|Chapter 1||Medie licence size, etc.|
|Chapter 2||MedieLicense for households|
|Chapter 3||Media licensing for business, institutions, associations, etc.|
|Chapter 4||Reductions and exemplitions of media licensing|
|Chapter 5||Information to be provided, penalty provisions and licence inspectors etc.|
|Chapter 6||Entry into force and transitional provisions|
Publication of media licence
In accordance with section 69 (2), 2-4, section 69 a, paragraph. 2 and 3, section 69 (b) (b) 4 and section 70 (3). 1 and 2, in the law of radio and television, cf. Law Order no. 988 of 6. October 2011, as amended by law no. 513 of 27. The President of the European Parliament, May 2013, and after negotiating with the Minister for Finance, and the approval of the European Parliament's Committee on Finance,
Medie licence size, etc.
§ 1. After radio and television, section 69 (4) of the television set. 1 shall be subject to media licensing for appliances which may receive and render image programs or services distributed to the public. The media licence is charged with DR, DR Licence.
Paragraph 2. For appliances that can receive and render image programs or services distributed to the public,
1) TV receivers or other types of image viewer ;
2) computers, mobile telephones, tablets or other devices that can receive and render image programs or services provided that via the appliance is Internet access ; or
3) computers with recipient units that can receive and render image programs and services through radio waves (TV-tuners).
§ 2. Media licensing forms :
Paragraph 2. Late fee applies to monthly, half-yearly annual and annual license payment amounts to $100.
Paragraph 3. The medium term is charged and paid for a six-month period ahead unless otherwise agreed for the payment of the media licence for households, cf. § 8 (3) 2. Media licensing for business, institutions, associations, etc. are upheld and paid annually in the preceding year, cf. Cap. 3.
Paragraph 4. If the licence collection is related to months for which licence fees are not provided, cf. paragraph 1, the licence shall be paid by an amount per year. This month is equivalent to the tax rate in the preceding year. When the licence fee for the year in question is fixed, DR, DR Licence, is a post-adjustment.
The person responsible for payment
§ 3. The obligation to charge shall be the holder / user of the holder, whether or not the appliance is owned, rented, borrowed or established on trial, cf. however, section 16. If the user is a person other than the holder, the person responsible for the payment shall be the user.
Paragraph 2. The obligation to charge shall take into effect any further use of the appliance, including which channel, website, or service holder / user of the appliance shall be chosen.
Paragraph 3. The obligation to charge shall enter into whatever distribution, the antenna or server capacity of program or service providers.
Paragraph 4. The obligation to charge shall take the following day after the appliance has been established.
§ 4. The obligation to charge shall lapses the day after the end of possession of the appliance and the licence received by the DR Licence, cf. § 6. If a registration is made after less than three months, the interim payment is also paid for the intermediate period.
§ 5. The holder / user of an appliance shall be required to the DR Licence within 14 days of the establishment of a licence or certificate, unless the user / holder is already paying media licences, illuminates :
1) full name,
2) Social Security Number,
3) address and, if applicable, the collection address and
4) the date of manufacture.
Paragraph 2. Corporate companies, institutions, associations, etc. must also provide :
1) CVR number, SE number, or other company identification number, and
2) Phone number.
Paragraph 3. In the case of registration, the licence for the remainder of the licence shall be adjusted separately or at the next regular collection of charges.
Paragraph 4. If the enrollment is not timely, payment will be calculated with the applicable license rates that apply at the time when the license is found. DR Licence may dismiss from here on a short-term delay of enrollment.
Paragraph 5. Amount less than 50 kr. a little paid license is not charged.
§ 6. Report, cf.. Section 4 shall be written in writing to the DR License. Enrollment has no earliest effect from the day that the DR Licence receives the evening of the call.
Paragraph 2. The refund is paid for a very much paid license. Amount less than 50 kr. It shall not be repaid.
§ 7. Enrollment and enrollment can be made via the Internet at www.dr.dk/licens. License and registration forms for license can also be obtained from DR License, DR City, PO box 888, 0999 Copenhagen C, tlf. SEVENTY-EIGHT-13.
MedieLicense for households
§ 8. The obligation to pay a licence in the course of a month shall be paid a proportionate share of the licence referred to in section 2 (2). 1.
Paragraph 2. Licences may be entitled to register or later select payment month. Licences may also be entitled to change the payment period after paragraph is enrolled in a registration or later date. 1 so that the media licence for households is to be paid monthly in advance of the licence referred to in section 2, cf. however, section 11 (1). 2. Amendment of the payment period may not be earlier with effect from the end of the current payment period.
Paragraph 3. Unless the licensee itself selects another payment month, cf. paragraph TWO, ONE. pkt., shall be determined on the basis of the date of registration. Unless the licensee even selects a different payment period, cf. paragraph TWO, TWO. pkt., set this to half-yearly payment, cf. Section 2 (2). 3.
§ 9. The licence shall be paid for households to cover the possession of licence-holders ' s possession in :
1) housing (s),
2) recreational housing (s),
3) cars ; and
Paragraph 2. In addition, the licence holder covers the possession of devices outside the home, cf. paragraph 1, unless the user of the device has a population address outside the home and is 18 years old.
Paragraph 3. In this notice, a household shall comprise the paying paying, his / her consenting spouse or coexist in matrimonial conditions and their home-resident children, regardless of age, if they are registered at the same address.
Paragraph 4. A household, cf. paragraph 3, moreover, shall include the spouse or the same living in matrimonial similar conditions that have a population address in the bogeys and similarly created in accordance with sections 107 and 108 as well as section 192 in the Act of Social Services.
Paragraph 5. Residents of the elderly and disabled homes in accordance with the law of public housing and so on, and residents of collegiate and similar pay, when they are in possession of the apparatus (s) in their own residence.
Paragraph 6. Households on which all residents are under the age of 18 are not paying a licence, irrespective of the possession of licence-able appliances.
§ 10. Licences shall be precesed by a payment period of the first day of banking during the next payment period. Licences shall be paid no later than the first banking day of the next payment period.
§ 11. The Post Denmark stamp on the payment card or the receipt from a financial institution is a valid receipt. In the case of an electronic payment, for example via net bank, and payment card or payment service system, the account must be debited by the first day of the banking day of the next payment period.
Paragraph 2. Monthly payment, cf. § 8 (3) TWO, TWO. pkt., may only be done by an authorized payment service. Until the authorized payment service is active, monthly payment can be made via the payment card. Offer the license payment not license for payment service, the license pay is charged instead of half yearly. The fee for the use of a payment service after 1. Act. is paid by the paying payment and will be invoiced by the DR Licence relative to the actual costs of a monthly charge.
§ 12. If the license is not paid within three weeks of the last timely payment date, a clearing letter will be printed, including the license amount and a change fee, cf. § 2. DR Licence may repeat this smoking procedure, or choose immediately to leave the recovery of the amounts payable after paragraph 13. For licensors who pay monthly, the DR Licence instead of sending backers can choose to modify the payment period of the licensee to half-year payment.
Paragraph 2. Interest of both the licence and the fee and other amounts due from due date shall be incurred, cf. the law on radio and television company § 69 a (3) (a) ; 2.
§ 13. If the licence, accrued interest, the smoking fee and other guilty amounts remain unpaid fully, the DR Licence may entrust the amount of the amount due to SKAT.
Paragraph 2. The DR Licence may also send the claim to the courts of incarcass, cf. The courtfire of the courtlelight. Forty-five, forty-seven, and the tax recovery bill.
Paragraph 3. DR License ' s credit information agency may disclose information on license payers who are in the restance of the DR Licence when the debt obligation is set out in a court order, or there has been an injection to the phogedbook or similar to the debt obligation ; where applicable, in the case of the cancellation of the insolvency declaration or the debtor's written acknowledment of the debt.
Paragraph 4. The cost of collection by the courts of incarceration and the recovery of the debtor by the debtor shall be borne by the debtor.
§ 14. DR Licence may, upon request, grant private persons the execution of payment. Interest on the due date of the due date until payment is made, cf. § 12, paragraph 1. 2.
Paragraph 2. DR Licence can either wholly or partially write or copy the license due, accrued interest, ry-over charges and other amounts due according to similar rules used for the remission of other public debts.
Media licensing for business, institutions, associations, etc.
§ 15. Corporate companies, institutions, associations, etc. are paying media licensing for business, institutions, associations, etc., cf. Section 2 (2). 1. This licence shall be paid for licensed by private and public undertakings, institutions, associations, etc., which are laid down in their premises, including common spaces, vehicles, both etc.
Paragraph 2. The media licensing must be paid solely for businesses, institutions, associations, etc., which have one or more employees.
Paragraph 3. Media licensing for business, institutions, associations etc. shall also be paid for the subject of a licence, for example, in the following :
1) course-and holiday centres ;
2) Landlord housing, and
3) Holiday housing sold on a timeshare basis, regardless of whether the individual user pays a separate license, cf. § 3.
Paragraph 4. Media licensing for business enterprises, institutions, associations, etc. shall be paid for the obligation of licensing persons established by businesses, institutions, associations, etc. in guest quarters and other similar charges for which payment is made available for payment ; temporary residence. DR Licence may request documentation for this.
Paragraph 5. For a device that is set up at the same time as a household, a household of the media licence for households shall be subject to the subject of the payment of the media for households. Section 2 (2). 1.
§ 16. Media licensing for business, institutions, associations, etc., may also be included. computers have been set up in the case of employer-paid home workplaces. In the case of other licensed appliances, the subject of the payment of the media licence for households, cf. Section 2 (2). 1. DR Licence may require the evidence of the abovementioned aspects of the business establishment, the institution, the association, etc., and the household.
Paragraph 2. In the case of a employer paid home workplace, jobs are meant in a household which does not have the same population address as the business establishment, institution, assembly, etc. address, and where both computers and access to the Internet must be paid ; of the employer, but not other licentiable appliances in the place of residence.
§ 17. Residential payments and similar established in accordance with section 107 and 108 as well as section 192 of the Law on social services pay a licence in accordance with the rules laid down in Chapter 2 for appliances in the resident ' s own abode, provided that they have a population address in the booffer, and is 18 year, cf. Section 9 (1). 2.
Paragraph 2. However, the media licence for business enterprises, institutions, associations, etc. for the apparatus (s) are set out in the homes of the inhabitants of the inhabitants established in accordance with section 109 and 110 of the social services law.
§ 18. A medium-term licence for business institutions, institutions, associations, etc. shall be subject to a single licence each year, with the licence to cover all license-able appliances in the business establishment, institution, associations, etc. at that address. Corporate companies, institutions, associations, etc., must pay a media licence for business, institutions, associations, etc. address.
Paragraph 2. Commitment to pay the media licence for business enterprises, institutions, associations, etc. during the year, shall be paid a proportionate share of the dutiful licence, cf. Section 2 (2). 1.
§ 19. The exemption for media licensing for business, institutions, associations, etc. and for registration in accordance with section 5 shall be :
1) appliances for distributors who are themselves set up for sale, demonstration and rental ;
2) appliances for the production and repair of television equipment and the production of programmes and copies thereof ;
3) apparatus in diplomatic and issued consular representations ;
4) apparatus in international organisations with which a host agreement has been concluded with Denmark ;
5) equipment for operational use under the Ministry of Defence, and
6) apparatus for operational use during the rescue emergency.
20. The licensing period for media licensing for business, institutions, associations, etc. is the calendar year. Media licensing for business, institutions, associations, etc. for a period of validity of a license period shall be payable on the last banking day of the first quarter. ~ § 11, paragraph. 1, 12, paragraph 1. ONE, ONE. and 2. Act. and paragraph 2, 13 and 14 (4). 2 shall apply mutatis muth to the media licensing of business, institutions, associations, etc. 1, however, the account must be debited by the last banking day of the first quarter.
Reductions and exemplitions of media licensing
§ 21. DR Licence can grant pensioners half a media licence to be reduced if the pensioner has a personal additional percentage of 100, cf. Section 31 (1). 3 in the Act of Social Security or Section 29 (3). 3 in the highest, middle, increment, general and general early retirement, etc.
Paragraph 2. The reduction shall be suspended if the one referred to in paragraph 1 is not 1 provided condition is no longer fulfilled. The Pensioners ' duty is to give the statement to the Danish Republic of the Republic.
Paragraph 3. Schema for the application for a reduction in media licences shall be obtained in the applicant ' s municipality.
§ 22. After applications, the DR Licence may grant blind and strong partially-sighted people living alone or live in households only with other blind or severely shaving people and / or home-resident children regardless of age, exemption from the media licence. In the eyes of blind and powerful people, people who are members of Dansk Blind or fulfil the conditions for becoming a member of Danish Blind society.
Paragraph 2. Blend and heavily partially sighted people who are exempt from media licences under previously, now repealed provisions, will continue to be exempt from the media licence, cf. paragraph 1.
-23. The licence for licences shall be apparatus established for the private use of diplomatic or released consular representation of their own nationals, as well as such foreign nationals associated with international organisations with which there are concluded a host agreement with Denmark.
Paragraph 2. It is a condition for exemption from paragraph 1. 1 that the foreign national is not registered in the People ' s Registry / CPR.
Paragraph 3. DR Licence may require the documentation of citizenship and employment conditions.
Information to be provided, penalty provisions and licence inspectors etc.
§ 24. In the case of the licensing of a licence, the DRC shall exercise licence inspection in relation to households and businesses, etc., including through telephone inquiries, household and company visits, etc.
§ 25. Entities selling / landlord appliances that can receive and render image programs and services to consumers must give the full name and address of the DR List of each buyer or tenant and the date of the sale / rental, after Guidelines determined by the DR Licence. The quarterly sales / rental of the quarter shall be submitted before the end of the following quarter.
Paragraph 2. The reporting obligation to be notified by the company pursuant to paragraph 1. 1 applies regardless of buyer or tenant's use of sold / rental equipment, including buying / rented computers or other entities that can receive and render image programs and services, have access to the Internet or other networks in accordance with in section 1 (1). 2, no. 2.
Paragraph 3. Sales / Rentable of mobile phones shall not be provided.
SECTION 26. If the registration requirement after paragraph 5 is not complied with, the DR Licence may charge a control toxin. The amount of the control fee shall correspond to the evasion amount, but at least 500 kr.
§ 27. DR Licence may enter into agreement with public authorities on mechanical interconnection with external databases in order to ensure that pensioners continue to comply with it in section 21 (s). 1 set condition.
Paragraph 2. A system of interconnectors in accordance with paragraph 1. 1, must be notified to the Data Board.
Paragraph 3. Cruning, cf. paragraph 1, in accordance with the rules on the processing of personal data, must be carried out.
§ 28. In repeated or coarse cases, the penalty shall be punished in accordance with section 93 of the law on radio and television, if the duty to report the possession, sale or lease on the part of sections 5 and 25 is not fulfilled.
§ 29. Licence of the GDR may, in the context of checks as specified in section 24, enroll in a household or undertaking, etc. as a licence or certificate, if it is found that the household or the company, etc., is proprietor or user of a licence or certificate ; device.
Paragraph 2. The access of the licence shall be provided for in accordance with paragraph 1. 1 to seek selected households or undertakings extends solely to the household or the company's etc. dies. Licensing inspectors will not be able to cross the threshold or come into the house. The licence holder shall be able to enter into a common area, such as a collegiate time or a common uptake in a property with several apartments / rooms, in order to be able to visit selected households and businesses.
Paragraph 3. Confederal licensing obligation, cf. paragraph 1 may, inter alia, take place at the licence holder ' s observation of licence-able appliances in the household or the establishment, etc., including if the inspector observes a device through windows visible from the publicly accessible access road to the household or the company, etc., or from the entry door to the property. In addition, a licence-based device may be found in the event that the license inspector from the entry door may hear a clear noise from a broadcast whose content and the date of application can subsequently be verified.
Paragraph 4. The inspector shall be obliged to submit his statement in accordance with paragraph 1. 3 for a person belonging to the household or the undertaking, and so on, such presentation does not apply to them. 7 use.
Paragraph 5. If the household or company, etc. in the case of DR, documents that the household or the company, etc. are not proprietor or user of a licence or certificate, the household or the undertaking, etc. shall not be enrolled in accordance with paragraph 5. 1.
Paragraph 6. Documentation in accordance with paragraph 1 5 may be made in written declarations, such as the holder / user, gift receivers or lenders of a licence and must include at least the possession of the apparatus in the person ' s premises or other activities and so on. or that the appliance shall not be subject to licence, cf. § 1, which means a computer without access to the Internet or other networks, a device with a digital MPEG2 receiver / tuner or analog receiver / tones that are not connected to a digital set-box, joint antenna plant or similar. Documentation after 1. Act. shall be received in the DR License no later than 14 days after the visit of the licence holder.
Paragraph 7. The license inspector shall as far as possible in connection with the visit hand over a written statement to the household or the undertaking, etc., with a description of the obligation to provide for the obligation to be licensed. Where the conditions of the visit have obstructed this, cf. paragraph However, such a statement may subsequently be forwarded to the household or the undertaking, etc. The written statement, cf. 1. Act. provide a description of the ability of licensee to provide evidence that such devices are not in possession of licensed products. The written statement may be accompanied by a printed statement on which licences are given the opportunity to complete his documentation in accordance with paragraph 1. 6.
-$30. The decisions of the DRs in accordance with this notice may not be brought to the second administrative authority.
Entry into force and transitional provisions
§ 31. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. July, 2013.
Paragraph 2. At the same time, notice No 434 of 6. May 2011.
§ 32. License, cf.. Section 2 is determined by the Minister for Culture and the Finance Committee, cf. act no. 123 of 20. June 2013.
Cultural Ministry, the 24th. June 2013
/ Lars M. Banke