The Law Of The State Or The Task, They Are Caused By Some Injury Claims

Original Language Title: Laki valtion virantoimituksesta tai työtehtävästä aiheutuneiden eräiden vahinkojen korvaamisesta

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Read the untranslated law here: http://www.finlex.fi/fi/laki/ajantasa/1980/19800794

In accordance with the decision of the Parliament, provides for: 1 a person in government service is a section where the public authorities in response to an editorial or a job, or post or work temporarily in carrying out is met with resistance and his clothing, he was involved in an object or in his possession was not the means of transport has been damaged, he has the right to receive compensation for damage which has arisen in State funds this way. The law is the same, when the above mentioned property is damaged because of an official act or operation, or damaged by civil servants or as a result of special circumstances arising from the task.
For anyone who has been instrumental in the case referred to in subparagraph (1) or official action in the line of duty, has the same right to be eligible for any compensation.


the compensation provided for in this Act, section 2 of the grant and carry out State Treasury.


section 3 of the Compensation is to be lodged within three months from the date on which the injured party became aware of the damage. For a special reason, the State of the application, the Office may examine later.


section 4 of this law has been paid compensation from State funds, a State has the right to institute proceedings or any other from the back of this liability in accordance with the criteria. How to use Takautumisoikeuden to decide on State Treasury.


More detailed provisions on the implementation of article 5 of this law shall be imposed by regulation.


section 6 of This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 1981. As the replacement of the damage caused to the official act is repealed, while performing in a number of cases, the law of 29 December 1967 (626/67), as amended subsequently.
Before the entry into force of this law shall apply to the damage arising in the previous law.