section 1 of this regulation provides for State aid
to nonprofit organizations that operate in the
Government grants under this regulation be provided subject to availability
on the medium.
The purpose of the State's contribution
2 § the purpose of Government grant is to support nonprofit
organizations that contribute to people's ability to
experience, understand and take responsibility for the cultural environment, which
promotes a diversity of cultural environments conserved, used and
Conditions for State aid
3 § State aid under this Regulation may be submitted to a
non-profit organization that operates within the cultural environment and
1. is an independent,
2. are democratically structured and in its operations respects the
ideas of democracy, including gender equality and the prohibition of
3. has conducted business for at least two years prior to the application for
4. conducting operations of national interest, and
5. in the case of membership is open to all, or is a
Association of organisations that have individual members.
Government grants may also be given to a foundation that does not
meet the conditions specified in the first subparagraph 2 and 5.
The Foundation will, however, be transparent. Grants may not
be submitted to a State or local government Foundation.
4 § State aid shall not be granted to an organization that has
liabilities for Swedish taxes or fees in
Enforcement authority or which are in liquidation or
Forms for Government grant
§ 5, Government subsidies may be provided in the form of organizational grants and
For start-up contribution is not required that the organisation is in compliance with
the condition set out in paragraph 3 of the first subparagraph 3.
In the allocation of State subsidies, account shall be taken of whether the
the business has been granted State aid.
section 6 of the National Heritage Board hears questions about State aid under
section 7 an application for Government grants must be in writing and filed
to the National Heritage Board.
section 8 a decision concerning State aid must be subject to conditions. These
evidenced by the decision. The decision must also last day for
accounting under section 9 are listed.
section 9 of The granted State aid under this regulation
going to the National Heritage Board account for how the funds have
used and the results achieved.
Refunds and chargebacks
section 10 of the National Heritage Board may decide that a granted
State grant will not be paid, if it can
It is assumed that the State's contribution has been granted due to incorrect
11 § the recipient of a Government contribution under this regulation are
repayment required if
1. the receiver by providing incorrect information or
any other way has caused that the contribution has been provided
improperly or with excessive amounts,
2. the grant of any other reasons have been given incorrectly, or
with the high amount and the recipient should have known this,
3. the refund has not been used for the purpose for which it has
4. a person who has received the grant does not leave such a
report referred to in section 9, or
5. the terms of the decision on the contribution has not been followed.
section 12 if someone is obliged to refund under section 11, shall
The National Heritage Board may decide to fully or partially require
back State subsidies.
section 13 If an amount has been recovered by virtue of section 12 is not
paid on time, the penalty interest rate
(1975:635) is levied on the amount.
section 14 if there are special reasons, the Swedish National Heritage Board
waive in whole or in part a requirement for reimbursement under 12
or a claim for interest under section 13.
section 15 of the National Heritage Board may provide for
the enforcement of this regulation.
section 16 of the 22 a of the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) contains provisions
If an appeal to the administrative court. Other decisions
than decisions under section 10 may not be appealed.