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Law on conscription and service in the Armed Forces mm (Defence Act)
Ministry Defense Ministry
Commencement King decides
LOV-1915-08-13-5, LAW-1952-11-21-3, LOV-1953-07-17-28, LOV-1953-07-17-29, LAW-1956-12-21 -1, LAW-1965-03-19-3, LOV-1969-06-13-26, LOV-1981-05-22-25, LAW-1983-03-04-3, LAW-1988-05-20 -32, LOV-1988-05-20-33, LOV-1989-06-02-27, LOV-1989-06-16-65, LOV-1997-02-28-19, LAW-1997-06-13 -42, LOV-1999-03-26-14, LOV-2000-06-23-56, LOV-2004-07-02-59
12.08.2016 kl. 14.00
Chapter 1 Purpose, scope and definitions (§§ 1-5)
Chapter 2 Conscription (§§ 6-16)
Chapter 3 service duty for conscripts and persons with a contract for service (§§ 17-34 )
Chapter 4 Exemption from service in the Armed Forces of conviction reasons (§§ 35-43)
Chapter 5 Special rules for military employees (§§ 44-48)
Chapter 6 service in international operations (§§ 49 - 57)
Chapter 7 Common provisions (§§ 58-64)
Chapter 8 Refs Else and penalties (§§ 65-66)
Chapter 9 Commencement and transitional provisions (§§ 67-70)
Chapter 1 Purpose, scope and definitions
§ 1. Purpose Act shall
ensure the operational capability through general conscription and national service
secure defense appropriate staffing
facilitate that staffing can be used so that the Armed Forces national and international tasks are carried
safeguard the conscripts and the Conscripts.
§ 2. Who and what law applies Act applies service duty in the Armed Forces and the rights and obligations attached to it. Anyone who has conscription, military employees and others who have signed a contract for service with the Armed Forces, the official duty.
Conscription is the duty of Norwegian citizens and foreign nationals in accordance with § 6 has in peace and war to serve in the military if the defense finds them fit for duty.
Service obligation is the obligation of peace and war to perform the tasks defense assigns, in the position and at the point the defense decides.
Act applies civilian employees of the Defense Ministry and subordinate agencies where it is provided for in this Act.
§ 3. Definitions For purposes of this Act
strength outline provisioning and activation of military forces
military employees: officers, officers, grenadiers and policemen who have signed a contract for employment in defense
international operations: the use of military forces abroad to create, preserve or restore peace and stability.
§ 4. Limitations in service to those who are under 18. Those who are under 18 and who serve in the military, should not be given training or participate in combat-related activities. Those who are under 18 years can not be put into extraordinary service under § 17 subsection.
When Norway is at war, when war is imminent or when the defense has started strengthening the structure, should those who are under 18 years immediately exempted from service.
§ 5. The organization of the Armed Forces Armed Forces are organized in the Army, Navy and Air Force (armed services), Home Guard and public institutions. Parliament determines Home Guard organization and recognition in the military.
National Guard will participate in territorial operations as part of national joint operations, and in the privacy of home funnel. Council for National Guard, district councils, area committees and national guard boards to ensure the Home Guard cooperation with the civilian population. The King may issue regulations concerning the activities of councils, committees and boards.
Chapter 2 Conscription
§ 6. Who has conscription Norwegian nationals who are fit for service in the Armed Forces, the military of the year they turn 19 years, until the end of the year they turn 44. Norwegian citizens who are also citizens of another country, military service in Norway as long as they live here, and as long as an agreement with the other country is not an obstacle to it.
Norwegian nationals who also are or have been nationals of a country Norway is at war, are exempt from service in the Armed Forces.
Foreign nationals who stay in and have a permanent connection to Norway, may be imposed conscription if not deal with the country they are citizens of, hinder it. They are exempt from service in the military when Norway is at war with the country they are citizens of.
Conscription does not apply to women who were born before 1 January 1997.
Conscription does not apply to ordained priests in the Norwegian Church and priests and pastors in registered religious communities that do not have served in the Armed Forces.
The King may issue regulations regarding conditions and exemption from conscription.
§ 7. Defence the right to collect and process personal data defense may collect and process personal information about Norwegian nationals and persons residing in Norway without being Norwegian citizens, when it is necessary
to determine who is deemed fit for duty
summon Conscripts to service
keeping verneplikts- and service registry up to date.
The information may be obtained from public and private records from that year people fills 17 years. The information recorded in the Armed verneplikts- and service registry.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning the collection and processing of personal data.
§ 8. Duty of disclosure and notification Those who may be called to serve in the military, shall provide the defense information relevant for conscription. Applies from the year they turn 17 years. The information must be documented if the defense demands it. Conscripts who seek exemption from service pursuant to Chapter 4, may be required to give oral.
Defense may require written confirmation that the summons, other decrees and documents about military service is received. Those who do not stay at a registered address, be sure to familiarize themselves with the contents.
Defense may claim that all that can be called to service in the Armed Forces shall notify permanent or temporary relocation in or outside Norway and for study abroad in more than two months.
The King may issue regulations on how extensive the notification requirement should be, that all the applicants should explain himself orally in cases of exemption pursuant to Chapter 4, and about which other private and public organizations in Norway and Norwegian businesses outside Norway who can request information by first paragraph.
§ 9. Session Based on the Armed Forces' requirements and information obtained may persons believed to be suitable for service, convened session. Those who are invited are obliged to appear. Those who apply for it, deferral reporting time when there are weighty welfare reasons.
At the session determines the Armed Forces who are fit for service, and the invitees get information about conscription and the service in the Armed Forces.
Ministry issues regulations concerning the implementation of the session and on remuneration to meet the session.
§ 10. Assessment of who is fit for duty Those summoned to the session are required to be examined by a doctor and undergo other investigations and tests that the defense believes is necessary to determine whether they are fit for duty . This also applies to those who later summoned to service, and those who are in favor.
Based on the information obtained, decisions about health, others try and conversations determines defense on session about the invitees are fit for duty. Invitees Armed Forces assume is suited to implement service, and who have not had the opportunity to attend the session may be considered when they meet to favor, or only on the basis of information obtained.
Armed Forces should inform them that are being considered, the outcome of the assessment.
Ministry may issue regulations on examinations and tests and the assessment of health status.
§ 11. Appeal and reversal of a decision about health The resolution on health status may be appealed. The appeal deadline is six months after the date of the decision.
If the defense receives new information, the decision may be reversed without complaint.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning the processing of complaints and reversal of a decision about health.
§ 12. Extended conscription by voluntary service and training in the Armed Forces Those on application convened service or training in the military before the year they turn 19 years, military service as of the day of service or training begins, but no earlier than from the the day they turn 18.
§ 13. Extension conscription of former military employees Former military employees who have been employed for at least one year after the initial service, the military and even the year they turn 55 years.
§ 14. Extended service in the National Guard for people between 44 and 55. If the Guard does not have enough Conscripts under 44 years, persons between 44 and 55 who are fit for service, be required an extended military service in the National Guard.
King issues regulations on the content of the extended conscription for people between 44 and 55 years.
§ 15. Transfer of Civil Defence and the police Conscripts who are not summoned to service in the armed forces can be transferred to Civil Defence or the police.
The King may issue regulations concerning the transfer to civil defense and police, but not about how many conscripts who may be transferred.
§ 16. Military service in war or when war is imminent in war or when war is imminent, the King may issue regulations stipulating that
conscription occurs from age 18 and lasts until age 55.
assessing who is fit for duty, should be done in ways other than the provisions of §§ 9 and 10
those who have not previously been found fit for service, can be reassessed
Norwegian nationals not residing in Norway, can be called into session
anyone who can be called to serve in the military may be subject to travel bans.
Chapter 3 service duty for conscripts and persons with a contract for service
§ 17 service obligation The conscripts' service obligation includes ordinary service and extraordinary service. This service obligation before other statutory service obligation.
Regular service is
annual national guard service
offisers-, officers and specialist training.
Extraordinary service is
service to prevent and limit natural disasters or serious accidents
security and protection of objects and infrastructure
service to safeguard essential community interests
special exercises to strengthen the defense
emergency service by force buildup.
King in Council determines whether conscripts may be called for an extraordinary service. The King may issue regulations concerning implementation of extraordinary service, that the National Guard could call into conscripts into extraordinary service under subsection A to C, and about who can request assistance from the National Guard.
§ 18. Service's length Conscripts may be charged up to 19 months of regular service. Parliament determines the initial service, the annual national guard service, repetition service and offisers-, officers and specialist training should be.
The extraordinary service may last up to six months each time. Contingency service by force build according to § 17 subsection e can last more than six months when the situation demands it.
The extraordinary service to be distributed between the Conscripts for the greatest extent possible to avoid the same call an extraordinary service several times.
King may issue regulations on how ordinary service time to be calculated and credited.
§ 19. Notice of service in the Armed Forces Conscripts Armed Forces found fit for duty under § 10, may be called to service in accordance with the Armed Forces' requirements. Those who are invited are obliged to appear. The notice shall contain information about the timing, place of work and service length.
When conscripts summoned to military service, shall as far as possible, taking into account the individual's desire type of service.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning notice of service and postponement of service when public interests or weighty welfare reasons require it.
§ 20. Vaccination and other measures to prevent infectious diseases service Mandatory who are conscripted obliged to be vaccinated, and to accept that the military conducts other measures as are necessary to prevent infectious diseases.
Ministry may issue regulations about vaccination and other measures as are necessary to prevent infectious diseases.
§ 21. Completion of Initial Service The initial service will be implemented as soon as possible after it is determined that the conscripts will serve in the Armed Forces. If possible, the service should be started by the end of the year it Conscripts reach 22 years.
§ 22. When the obligation to carry out initial service lapses obligation to carry out initial service lapses if the Conscripts are called up for service during the year in the Conscripts celebrates his 28th birthday. Becomes first service interrupted due to illness, injury or the like, fall the rest of the initial service away at the end of the year it Conscripts celebrates his 28th birthday.
If initial service has been postponed and the Conscripts have contributed to it, goods duty that year the Conscripts fills 33 years.
§ 23. Annual national guard service The yearly national guard service under § 17 second paragraph letter c carried coherent. Service can be divided when needed.
As part of the training in home guard service can Conscripts become mandatory service in other parts of the Armed Forces and by the Home Guard department where they reside.
The Conscripts can within mandatory national guard service be mandatory service in connection with events such as the Defence interest.
Ministry may issue regulations on the implementation of the annual national guard service and assistance to events.
§ 24. Voluntary National Guard People aged 16 or over, can be taken up in the National Guard, ref. § 4.
People who have reached 19 years, may contract the Home Guard service.
Service Mandatory can not sign a contract for Home Guard service while they have duty to serve in other parts of the Armed Forces.
King issues regulations on volunteer service in the National Guard.
§ 25. Voluntary service for women born before 1 January 1997, women who were born before 1 January 1997 may contract on official duty in the Armed Forces.
The King may issue regulations regarding conditions and exemption from service obligation.
§ 26. Additional Service Service Mandatory who because of negligence in service, illness, injury or absence did not receive adequate training, may be required necessary additional service.
Service Mandatory who has been absent without valid reason, may be required to catch up service even though they have received adequate training.
Service Mandatory receiving offisers-, officers and specialist training in the National Guard, may be charged an addition to the service time of up to 14 days every three years. Additional Service may need to be completed collected or distributed.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning additional service.
§ 27. Marital educational significance for the military service Mandatory with civil education that are important for the defense, may be convened offisers-, officers and specialist training.
These Conscripts may be charged a supplement to the regular service time of up to 90 days. Conscripts who are under greater civilian education, deferral service program is complete. The ordinary service time can be divided up.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning the education of significance for defense, about conditions of service, supplementary service for Conscripts who get offisers-, officers and specialist training, and for convening service.
§ 28. Application for different service for compassionate service Mandatory can apply for another service when there are weighty welfare reasons and an official account not hinder it.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning the processing of the application.
§ 29. Change of position and degree service obligation shall receive higher degree and undergo the training that the service requires. A service subject may be deprived of degree only if the degree is temporary or given for a specific mission, or if the Conscripts have proved incapable or unworthy to hold the degree.
Service Mandatory can not against their will are directed to a position with lower grade than the one they have, unless special circumstances of war makes it necessary.
§ 30. Exemption from regular service by service performed in another country's army service Mandatory who have performed military service in another country's defense may be fully or partially exempted from regular service.
The King may issue regulations concerning exemptions from regular service after performing military service in another country's defenses.
§ 31. Deferred or interrupted service due prosecution service Mandatory who is under criminal prosecution, can get the service suspended or canceled. The Ministry may issue regulations on when the service will be postponed or canceled due to prosecution.
§ 32. Exemption from attendance in the military because of civil status or craftsmanship King may issue regulations requiring Conscripts who because of civil status or craftsmanship should continue in its civil activities may be exempted or postponed because attendance at the service in Armed Forces of war, when war threatens or by force buildup. The King may issue regulations stipulating that these Conscripts whole or in part shall be exempt from service in peacetime.
§ 33. lump-sum compensation for death and disablement If Conscripts who are not employed and volunteers who are not employed, inflicted injury or illness during service involving medical disability, they claim lump-sum compensation. At death they have dependents entitled to compensation.
Be given compensation of 2% medical disability when the disease has occurred during the service and is connected with the service, and when damage is incurred during service.
Be given compensation of 15% medical disability when the disease has occurred during the service and it is not related to the service, and when damage is sustained in time and during leave.
King may issue regulations about when illness or injury occurring during the service and how compensation shall be assessed and paid.
§ 34. Service Obligation at war or when war is imminent service Mandatory obliged to serve in the war or when war is imminent, and will meet for service at short notice. Service obligation lasts as long as necessary.
The King may issue regulations concerning service obligation in war or when war is imminent.
Chapter 4 Exemption from service in the Armed Forces of conviction reasons
§ 35. Conditions for exemption Conscripts be exempted from service in the armed forces if there is reason to assume that they can not serve without conflict with their personal convictions and values which are of fundamental importance to them.
§ 36. Application for exemption Conscripts can apply for exemption at the earliest when they meet in session or after it is otherwise determined whether they are fit for duty.
Ministry may issue regulations on requirements for applications and processing them.
§ 37. Exemption from service while the application is treated a conscript who has applied for exemption shall not be summoned to service while the application is processed. Received the application after the conscripts are drafted or have attended the service, the Armed Forces can maintain notice and determine the service to continue until the application is processed. The applicant may only be required to continue in service for up to four weeks.
A conscript who has applied for waivers, is nevertheless not exempt from the obligation to make extraordinary service under § 17 subsection, or exempt service obligation in war or when war is imminent.
Ministry may issue regulations about what service should include and how it should be carried out while an application is processed.
§ 38. Conversion of a decision on waivers A decision on the exemption can also be reversed to the detriment of the conscripts while the conscripts are charged duty to serve in the military. It can be attached to matters which first occurred after the decision.
§ 39. Trial courts A conscript who has received a final rejection of their application for exemption, the legal proceedings to get tried asylum decision.
Have the conscripts applied for waivers twice and been rejected both times, the state legal proceedings alleging that the applicant does not qualify for the exemption. The same applies if the applicant promotes and withdraws applications several times before the case is settled. In such cases leads a new application for exemption not to deferment of service.
Exemption cases should not be treated in conciliation.
Applicant's procedural capacity regardless of age. If the applicant is summoned to a hearing and fails to appear without a valid absence, the court may decide that the applicant shall be collected by the police to the same hearing, or to a later hearing.
Court may on its own initiative ensure that all evidence as it deems necessary to clarify the case, are obtained. Without Legal explanations and statements can always be used when the court concludes that nothing precludes it.
Treatment in the courts follows moreover Disputes Act.
§ 40. Exemption from service when it is raised before the court Is it raised fritakssak courts, the conscripts not summoned to service. Raised the issue after the conscripts are drafted or have attended the service, the service should be postponed until the matter has been finally decided by the courts.
Ministry will decide on the application for reopening a fritakssak also will cause the conscripts are not conscripted or that the service will be postponed.
§ 41. Appeal and reopening state can appeal a verdict and covet a case reopened regardless of the outcome of the case.
The case can only petition reopened as long as the conscripts have served duty in the Armed Forces. The case may petition reopened also due to circumstances which first occurred after an enforceable judgment. The deadlines in Disputes Act § 31-6 does not apply.
§ 42. Coverage of legal costs by a court processing state covers all necessary legal costs by court examining an fritakssak. The conscripts can get covered expenses in connection with attendance in court according to the rules applicable to witnesses.
When the conscript has behaved reprehensible and state incurred unnecessary costs, the court may decide that the conscripts completely or partially cover legal costs.
§ 43. Revocation of a decision for exemption A conscript who are exempt from service, may apply to have the decision on exemption revoked.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning the right to revoke a waiver and for the deduction of initial alternative civil service.
Chapter 5 Special rules for military employees
§ 44. Conditions of employment of military staff officers, officers, grenadiers and constables are added on the conditions laid down in the Act of 4 March 1983 no. 3 on civil servants etc. (civil service) with deviations included in or pursuant this Act. Military employees can be added on conditions that differ from the rules on compulsory military service and service in Chapters 2 and 3.
military employees are exempt from the prohibition of discrimination on grounds of age for the Working Environment Act § 13-1 first paragraph.
Military employees will have Norwegian citizenship.
Military employees are obliged to abide by the rules concerning employment, education and disposal advancement etc. as stipulated in the current scheme for military employees. The scheme for military employees are determined by the King in Parliament.
Ministry instructional and organizational authority and can design the necessary adaptations and regulations within the overall framework of the scheme for military employees.
Ministry may issue regulations about who's appointment authority, and the procedure for appointment. The regulations may waive civil service.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning exemptions from the requirements for citizenship.
§ 45. Tilsettingsforholdets length Officers, officers, grenadiers and constables may be added temporarily or they may be added fast until they reach age 35 or fixed to the age of 60. Those who are employed temporarily, resign his position without notice. Those who are permanently employed, will retire at the first turn of the month after they have completed 35 or 60 years.
Defense can occasionally extend the employment period of up to three years for those who are added to the filling 35 years.
When special circumstances make it necessary, the Ministry may extend the period of employment of up to one year at a time for military employees who have reached the age limit of 60 years.
Ministry may issue regulations regarding the duration of and the right to renew the temporary employment relationship.
§ 46. Compulsory service of military employees Military employees may be ordered to positions in Norway and abroad in accordance with the Armed Forces' requirements.
Military employees may be ordered from a position where it is required for health, safety or other special reasons. Those who may be dismissed or suspended by the Civil Service Act §§ 15 and 16 or chastened by the Disciplinary Act § 1, can not be ordered from a position of other specific reasons.
Military added can be ordered to another service or other service location when necessary due to organizational changes.
§ 47. Termination and preferential Military employees who are required service in exchange for training and education paid for by the military, can not in duty time terminate his position in the military.
Temporary employees and those who are permanently employed until they reach age 35, can not claim rights under the Civil Service Act.
§ 48. Extended service duty in war for former military employees in war or when war is imminent, the former military employees be required national service beyond the year they turn 55 years. Extended service obligation can only be imposed on those who are fit for duty and receiving a pension or a reduced salary, or who have earned future pension.
Ministry may issue regulations to expand service obligation for former military employees.
Chapter 6 service in international operations
§ 49. Compulsory service to service in international operations Military employees may be ordered to service in international operations when the defense requires.
Service obligation for health Preparedness Act § 4-1 supersedes the obligation to serve in international operations.
Ministry may issue regulations stipulating that civilians are added after 1 January 2005 in certain positions in the Defense Ministry and subordinate agencies, may be ordered to serve in international operations.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning qualification requirements, assignment, service conditions and maximum service period of service in international operations.
§ 50. Service Obligation for contracts Other than those mentioned in § 49, and who are Norwegian citizens may enter into a contract for service in international operations.
Those who have signed a contract for service in international operations, may terminate the contract with three months' notice after the person is ordered to service.
Ministry may decide that foreign citizens may contract the service of the Armed Forces in an international operation, with the restrictions imposed by international law or agreement with those countries that foreign nationals are nationals.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning the content of the contracts.
§ 51. Exemption from service in international operations Persons who are ordered to serve in an international operation, may apply for exemption from this service. The application shall be granted if the applicant has weighty health, welfare or social reasons.
Ministry may issue regulations on how such applications to be processed.
§ 52. Repatriation Persons who serve in an international operation, may be repatriated before a posting period is over or the contract expires.
Ministry may issue regulations stipulating that those who serve in international operations, can be sent home, and the right to appeal the decision on repatriation.
§ 53. Termination of ordinary employment Military staff and civilian employees of the Defense Ministry and subordinate agencies are ordered to serve in an international operation, may terminate their regular employment. The notice period is 3 months. Military employees who are required service in exchange for training and education paid for by the military, must still perform the rest of the mandatory service in Norway.
§ 54. Right to follow military has a special responsibility for those who serve in international operations, and their families are well catered for before, during and after service.
Armed Forces will provide an offer of psychiatric and psychological care to those who make or have served in international operations, and who need such monitoring. Offer valid for one year after completion of their service. Armed Forces to help the individual get a good transition to Health Care.
Forces shall be one year after service also offer other assistance to the extent it is reasonable, based on the individual health status and financial position, period of service and other conditions.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning follow-up content and scope.
§ 55. Liability upon personal state shall replace loss caused to those who serve in international operations due to injury or illness resulting from service in an international operation by 1 January 2010. This responsibility includes mental strain. The decision can not be appealed.
He who has received compensation under this provision may not get additional compensation from the state on other grounds.
Otherwise the Workers' Compensation Act §§ 12, 13, first paragraph, 14 and 15.
Ministry may issue regulations relating to the assessment and payment.
§ 56. Ex gratia Ministry may issue regulations concerning gratia of mental strain as a result of participating in international operations. Payments under these regulations shall be coordinated with other compensation payments from the state.
§ 57. Relations with the Working Environment Act and the Civil Service Work Act and the Civil Service Act §§ 2, 4, 5 and 11 do not apply during service in international operations.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning the working environment to Norwegian forces participating in international operations.
Chapter 7 Common provisions
§ 58. Obligation to provide information to the defense, public authorities, employers, educational and health institutions, priests and leaders of religious communities shall at the request of the defense and, notwithstanding the statutory duty of confidentiality to provide information required by § 7 first paragraph, about people who are related to them or registered with them. The information can be provided from the year the people fills 17 years. You can not claim payment for such information.
§ 59. Checking conduct Armed Forces will require conduct assessment by Police Registers Act § 45 of people who are summoned to service in the military, and by persons who seek exemption from service in the Armed Forces under Chapter 4. Vandel assessment includes cases that are pending, ref. police registers Act § 41 no. 2
defense will also require conduct evaluation of military staff, civilian employees and conscripts by the police register Act § 45.
it is necessary to consider whether they are suited to a particular service in the Armed Forces
it is necessary to consider whether to grant disciplinary chastisement or prosecuted.
Armed Forces will require that those who will serve in international operations, will present an exhaustive and expanded police, ref. Police Register Act § 41.
Volunteers to serve in the National Guard shall present an exhaustive and expanded police for Home Guard boards, ref. police register Act § 41.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning the Armed Forces and Home Guard boards' right to demand conduct assessment and exhaustive and expanded police.
§ 60. Support from the police and Norwegian embassies police shall, if necessary, assist the defense to bring in those who are summoned for investigation under § 10.
The police and Norwegian embassies shall upon request from the Defence provide the necessary information to all between 17 and 44 which can be called to serve in the military. The police and Norwegian embassies will also assist in tracing and summon those who have not attended the session and serve in the military.
§ 61. Access to take missions outside the Defense Ministry and subordinate agencies Service Mandatory in the military and civilian employees of the Defense Ministry and subordinate agencies shall on its own initiative advise their main employers of paid and unpaid assignments that may be incompatible with the main employer's interests. Information on whether the principal's name and the assignment character and scope. Missions be disclosed, may include assignments that
outwardly appears as a natural part of the main employer's service tasks
require training in military skills or to use military equipment
is likely to damage the service position's or employer's reputation
may interfere with or delay the work of the main employer.
Ministry may require that employees in certain positions and departments should have the employer's consent to paid and unpaid assignments outside the Defense Ministry and subordinate agencies.
§ 62. Compulsory temperance service Mandatory in the Armed Forces will not enjoy alcohol or other intoxicants or anesthetics during the service. Neither should they meet to favor the influence of alcohol or other intoxicants or anesthetics.
Testing of Conscripts are intoxicated to be performed as described in the Road Traffic Act § 22 a. Service Mandatory can through routine checks or random and without suspicion tested as described in the Road Traffic Act § 22, first paragraph.
If the test result or other circumstances give reason to believe that a service subject has broken abstinence obligation, the Conscripts examined in accordance with the Road Traffic Act § 22 a second and third paragraphs.
Whoever has military police be given the same powers as the police.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning
implementation of abstinence requirement
that holding obligation shall apply during leave and leisure time
that holding obligation shall apply to civilian employees of the Defense Ministry and subordinate agencies
exception of abstinence requirement.
§ 63. Storage and maintenance of weapons defense may impose Conscripts to store and maintain weapons, ammunition and other personal equipment outside office. Weapons, ammunition and other personal equipment shall be stored and maintained in a safe and sound manner.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning the storage and maintenance.
§ 64. Relationship to the Public Administration Act Chapter IV to VI shall not dealing with matters under §§ 6 to 31 and §§ 34, 49, 52, 55 and 56.
Ministry may issue regulations stipulating that the Public Administration Chapter IV to VI still apply.
Chapter 8 Refs Else and punishment
§ 65. Refs Else who violates § 62 Duty abstinence and regulations pursuant to § 62, may be chastened by disciplinary law.
§ 66. Penalties A fine person who willfully or negligently
violate disclosure or notification pursuant to §§ 8 and 58
fail to attend the session in accordance with § 9
fail to meet the service under § 19.
A fine anyone who willfully
evade investigations by § 10
evade vaccination or other measures to prevent infectious diseases in accordance with § 20
switch storage or maintenance obligation under § 63.
Complicity is punishable not by first and second paragraphs.
With imprisonment up to two years imposed on anyone who intentionally evade service in the armed forces by
breaking disclosure or notification pursuant to §§ 8 and 58
not to attend the session in accordance with § 9
evading investigations pursuant to § 10
breaking travel ban pursuant to § 16 letter e
evading vaccination or other measures to prevent infectious diseases in accordance with § 20.
With imprisonment up to two years may be imposed on persons who serve in the military on the basis of information it knows is incorrect or incomplete.
Violation of meeting this obligation may under § 19 shall be punished by military penal §§ 34 and 35.
In regulation pursuant to §§ 8, 9, 10, 16 letter e and §§ 19, 20 and 63 may be decided that violations of specified provisions of these regulations shall be punished.
Chapter 9 Commencement and transitional rules
§ 67. Commencement This Act comes into force from the date decided by the King. The King may bring into force various provisions at different times.
§ 68. Transitional provisions Earlier career officers who are permanently added to the age of 60, and who was appointed before 1 January 2016, retaining its position in defense of the age of 60.
Earlier career officers who are employed before 1 January 2005, may be terminated only by the Civil Service Act § 10, paragraph. 2 letter a.
§ 69. Repeal of and amendments to other Acts From the time the law comes into force shall be repealed:
Law 17 July 1953 No.. 28 Home Guard
Law 17 July 1953 No.. 29 on conscription
Law on 19 March 1965. 3 on exemption from military service of conviction reasons
Act of 2 July 2004 no. 59 on defense personnel. 24.04.04 24.04.09 24.05.01 13.03 33.01 27.06 13.01
§ 70. Amendments to other Acts From the time the law comes into force the following amendments to other Acts:
1. The Act of 13 August 1915. 5 whether courts should § 165, second sentence read:
Opposite those who serve in the Armed Forces may preaching in criminal cases also happen by officer, officers or military police.
2. In Act 21 November 1952 no. 3 on official duty in the police is amended as follows:
§ 3 first paragraph should read:
current assignment after improving students can after determining the king imposed when military readiness or strength building wholly or partly set implemented.
§ 4 shall read:
It carried over or return to service in the Armed Forces may get rehearsal and service under this Act credited as service performed by defense law in accordance with rules prescribed by the King.
3. In Act 21 December 1956 no. 1 on age limits for government officials and others shall § 1 first paragraph read:
This Act applies to the person who has power that is or becomes incorporated into the state pension fund, and are not covered by specific laws governing age limits for military employees.
4. In Act 13 June 1969 no. 26 on damages should § 2-1, nos. 3 read:
The worker is anyone who does work or performs duties in the employer's service, except duties as officers of another firm. Equally with the employee regarded the Ombudsman in the public sector, those who serve in the Armed Forces and other sub-imposed ministry to the public, as well as inmates, patients, etc. who participate in work activities in correctional institutions, health institutions, etc
5. The Act of 22 May 1981 no. 25 relating to legal procedure in criminal cases is amended as follows:
§ 468, first paragraph, third sentence should read:
Half of the lay judges will listen to the group privates, grenadiers and constables and half of group officers and officers.
§ 469, first paragraph should read:
In consideration of a case against a layman, grenadier or officer shall half of the lay judges belong to this group. The same applies to cases against people without military rank. When considering cases against officers or officers shall one lay judge hearing the group privates, grenadiers and policemen and the rest of the group officers and officers. The last shall as far as possible at least have the same or greater extent than defendants. The lay judges shall be taken from the same military branch as defendants.
§ 476 fourth paragraph should read:
In cases before the District Court which issued fines, may face prosecution by a military officer or officer. The same applies to court proceedings outside the main hearing.
6. In Act 4 March 1983 no. 3 on civil servants etc. shall § 12 third sentence read:
With this made no change in the obligation to receive transfers by the Foreign Act § 7, or a posting duty in defense law § 46.
7. In law of 20 May 1988 no. 32 on military disciplinary authority is amended as follows:
Act title should read:
Law 20 May 1988. 32 about military disciplinary authority (disciplinary law).
§ 1, third paragraph. 2 should read:
faced conscripts in service and military employees
§ 3 first paragraph should read:
Refs Else can be used against conscripts in service and military employees.
§ 4 other paragraph. 1 shall read:
When it comes to matters that are punishable by Defence Act § 66,
§ 5 first paragraph should read:
As chastisement agents must only be used:
Arrest until 20 days
Bot as determined by the service charge which applies to conscripts in service:
Opposite privates, up to 20 times the service charge,
Opposite military employees, equivalent to up to 50 times the service charge.
Freedom Restriction consisting in prohibiting certain times of the day or the whole day:
to go outside the camp or other narrowly defined area or vessel for a period up to 30 days, or
leaving vessels for certain gangway trips within the same period.
Correction given in the form of
strict rebuke in the presence of several conscripts in service or military employees, or
simple reprimand in private or service type.
§ 12 first paragraph should read:
Authority to impose under given personnel rebuke has any officer who permanently or for the case leading company commander or equivalent or higher command.
§ 14 shall read:
The nearest guardians with chastisement authority shall generally exercise this. It shall be exercised by the officer's conviction about what is true for evidence and after the law. Guardian can not give orders as to how authority should be exercised in each case.
The decision is still under higher guardian if the refs offenses happened in their surveillance. Have immediate superior failed to reprimand a relationship, higher guardian reprimand if there is reason to do so.
Finds an officer that it should be used more rigorous chastisement than they themselves may impose, the matter is left to the officer's guardians. The same applies if special reasons to the officer himself decides the case.
§ 16 shall read:
An officer can not investigate a case or exercise chastisement authority against any officer is married or engaged with or are related by blood or by marriage to the ascent or descent or sideline as close as siblings, or when the officer is one of his foster parents or guardian.
The same applies when the officer himself or a person who the officer is associated with that mentioned in the first paragraph, is personally offended by the action.
The officer has a duty to decide on its own competence. Officer's decision is not subject to any specific complaint.
If there circumstances mentioned in the preceding paragraphs, the case of the officer's immediate superior.
§ 18, first sentence should read:
The prosecution targets, have the right to be assisted by a conscript in the service representative or military added.
§ 20 second paragraph should read:
Other chastening than those included under § 5. 4 b, communicated usually in the presence of several conscripts in service or military employees.
§ 22 first and second paragraph should read:
officer who has imposed a rebuke, even repeal or overturn it, if it proves that the decision is incorrect, or because of subsequent circumstances is unreasonable that it becomes standing power.
Likewise, the competent officer convert an imposed chastisement on arrest of penance when the execution can not be implemented as a result of rebuked by a military doctor familiar incarcerated delinquent and / or unfit for further military service.
§ 24 first paragraph, second sentence should read:
It may be written or verbal and set before a parent.
§ 29 first paragraph, third sentence should read:
Of the other members, one member shall be an officer or officers and one member be conscript into service.
§ 34 first paragraph, first sentence should read:
The refs have given the case an opportunity to comment in writing or orally to an officer.
§ 40 first and second paragraph should read:
For coverage of penance may in conscripts in service drawn at each pay up to half of the current service as well.
Collection of fine by military staff, can be made by wage deductions. Without the consent of the refs can at each pay no more than a quarter of the salary withheld to cover the fine. Such a move goes ahead other wage deductions, but rundown for alimony for the period wage applies, and moves by bourgeois Penal Procedure Code § 456.
8. In law of 20 May 1988 no. 33 relating to police authority in the military defense is amended as follows:
Act title should read:
Law 20 May 1988. 33 about police authority in defense
§ 1 subsection shall read:
officers, officers, military police and military guards have police authority over anyone who is a military area or in the immediate vicinity of it. Military area also includes military vessel or conveyance.
§ 2, first paragraph should read:
Officers and officers also have outside military area police authority over any subject covered by Chapter I of disciplinary law. Military police may exercise police powers in relation to any covered by Chapter I of disciplinary law outside military area.
§ 5 first paragraph should read:
Military Police officers and officers may investigate violations of the Military Penal Code or disciplinary law.
§ 6 shall read:
Whoever unlawfully leaving or being away from a place where it is incumbent upon the competent military duty to be present, can be picked up by the police, military police, officer or officers. A conscript who fails to meet until initial service may only be picked up by the police.
§ 7 shall read:
King will issue further rules on the military police and the exercise of police powers in defense.
9. In Act 2 June 1989 no. 27 sale of alcoholic beverages, etc. shall § 5-3 read:
§ 5-3. Licence to Defence fairs for military staff etc
Fairs for military employees who operated in accordance with the guidelines for such activities can be granted a license by the ministry to serve alcoholic beverages.
When there are special reasons, the Ministry may Defence and Directorate for Civil Protection and Emergency Planning's ability to provide licensed to fairs for military employees at the plant for reasons of national security is classified.
Before a license under subsection are given, there must be statements from the police, social services and council. Notification given licenses sent police.
Ministry stipulates further conditions and restrictions on the exercise of the license as it may find necessary.
Otherwise granted license under subsection under the provisions of Chapter 4.
10. In Act 16 June 1989 no. 65 on Workers' Compensation shall § 2 letter b read:
worker: whoever does work or performs duties in the employer's favor, including the ombudsman in the public sector, Conscripts in defense and other under imposed ministry to the public, as well as inmates, patients, etc. who participate in work activities in correctional institutions, health institutions, etc
11. In Act 28 February 1997 no. 19 on National Insurance is amended as follows:
§ 2-5 subsection c shall read:
in the Armed Forces serving abroad, including military employees who participate in international operations,
§ 2-5 subsection d repealed. Current letter e to be letter d to h.
§ 4-19 first paragraph should read:
For member who in the last 12 months before he or she seeks unemployment benefit has conducted at least three months' military service or compulsory civil defense service, granted the unemployment benefit without regard to the conditions of § 4-3 of loss of income and in § 4-4 on requirements for minimum income.
§ 5-23 first paragraph should read:
A layman who can get health care in the military, are not entitled to benefit under this chapter.
§ 8-24 subsection d shall read:
§ 8-46 first paragraph should read:
A member who has performed military service are entitled to sickness benefits in case of disability without regard to the terms of §§ 8-2 and 8-3 if the disability occurs during the service.
§ 8-47 subsection a shall read:
when the member performs military service
§ 13.8 shall read:
§ 13-8. Military People oa
The following groups of members is Workers covered:
conscripts and voluntary duty for defense law,
Conscripts and volunteer servicemen by law of 25 June 2010 No.. 45 on municipal emergency preparedness, civil protection measures and civil defense,
Conscripts and volunteer servicemen by law 21 November 1952 no. 3 relating national service in the police,
military employees for defense law,
persons by appointment participate in Armed Forces service that Lotter.
Members listed in subsection A to C is Workers covered by any injury or illness incurred or arising in the period from the meetings to serve until they are discharged.
Members listed in subsection d is Workers covered by the provisions that apply to employees. When the members participating in the maneuver or carry out assignments under active service conditions, will apply the provisions of the second paragraph of this section. When members serving in international operations, the workers' compensation covered by any injury or illness incurred or caused during visits abroad.
Members listed in subsection e is Workers covered under courses, exercises and other services for the Armed Forces.
§ 13-14 first paragraph should read:
Employers, principals, formation commanders and others in a similar position is obliged to send accident reports to NAV when a worker, pupil, student, service subject in the Armed Forces etc. Is applied an injury or illness that may entitle to occupational injury coverage.
§ 14-6 fourth paragraph e should read:
obligatory military military service or compulsory civil defense service.
§ 14-7 third paragraph should read:
For a member who is doing military service or compulsory civil defense service in the vesting period in accordance with § 14-6, the calculation least respond to an annual income of three times the basic amount, if the service has lasted or was intended to last more than 28 days.
12. In Act 13 June 1997 no. 42 of the Coast Guard shall § 7 first paragraph read:
Conscripts in service and military employees of the defense may be ordered to perform tasks set out in this Act, unless otherwise provided in the Conditions.
13. In the Act of 26 March 1999 No.. 14 tax on capital and income shall § 5-15, subsection f read:
Following benefits Conscripts in the military and civil Conscripts: unemployment benefits, Demobilisation allowance, education bonus of the same size and dependent's allowance etc. for Conscripts who are not employed and section leader and crew in civil defense for public regulation,
14. In Act 23 June 2000 No.. 56 on health and social preparedness amended as follows:
§ 4-1, fifth paragraph should read:
service obligation under this section apply only to the extent the strength buildup in defense is not precluded, unless otherwise provided by statute.
§ 4-2, first paragraph, third sentence should read:
Personnel who are not predisposed strength in defense, may in peacetime be required to attend courses and exercises of up to 3 weeks.
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