Presentation by the Minister of Justice provides for the use of the Sámi language before the authorities of the law of 8 March 1991 (516/91) in accordance with article 23 and 29: section 1 (December 22, 1995/1728) when the authority or body must provide the original document on the use of the Sami language before the authorities (516/91), the translation of the translation, it can take care of itself, if it has the Sami language-speaking person. The authority or body can have a translation of the article 21 of the law referred to in the Sami language in the Office or from the official site, thereby defining how it is to have the right to carry out translations of Sami language or the language of the Sami.
2. a translation of the article referred to above must be the language of the Office or of the person who performed the translation of the Sámi.
§ 3 When the hearing is the use of the Sámi language before the authorities according to the law on the interpretation of, and to be used, the interpretation of that authority or of the body should be treated or have an interpreter through the Sami language or otherwise.
section 4 of the public authorities, with the language of the Sami language, internal civil service is able to use the Sami language in its written pleadings, that the use of the Sámi language before the authorities is addressed to the Act section 3 (1) and (2) the authorities mentioned in Chapter 3 of the law, as well as for municipalities and other authorities, as well as itsehallintoyhdyskuntien in Henegouwen.
the use of the Sámi language before the authorities of the section 5 of article 23 of the law on the meaning of the freedom of the Sámi language skills of civil servants paid for can be granted, if the official or servant of the conditions of employment of the official relationship between the ratio of the same authority or institution has been going on for at least a year.
Article 6 This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 1992.
The change of the date of entry into force and the application of the acts: December 22, 1995/1728: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 1996.