Regulation (2013:880) Concerning State Aid To Organizations That Support The Veteran Soldiers And Their Loved Ones

Original Language Title: Förordning (2013:880) om statsbidrag till organisationer som stöder veteransoldater och deras anhöriga

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Scope and purpose

section 1 of this regulation provides for State aid to

voluntary veteran soldiers and their partner organizations.

2 § With voluntary veteran soldiers and kin organization

for the purposes of this regulation, an organization that conducts

activities that promote total defense by supporting

individuals covered by the Act (2010:449) for defence forces

staff of international military action.

paragraph 3 of the State's contribution to the organizations referred to in this regulation

aims to promote activities supporting defence forces

staff before, during and after service in the international

military operations as well as the relatives of such a personnel.

The fate of the State's contribution

paragraph 4 of the decision on State aid under this regulation is taken by

The armed forces, which also pays the premium. A decision on the

grants may be subject to conditions. Contributions under this

Regulation shall be paid in the form of organizational grants and

operating grants.

5 § State aid under this Regulation may be given, subject

availability of funds, to an organization

1. is a legal person,

2. engages in voluntary work within the area described in 2


3. is nationwide and whose activities are aimed at

practitioners at regional or local level or which is engaged in

activities of national interest,

4. has adopted bylaws and is democratically structured,

5. has operated within the area described in paragraph 2 of the

for at least two years,

6. in its operations respects the democratic ideas, including

gender equality and prohibition of discrimination or quest

After achieving equality between men and women,

7. operate its business against established objectives and expected

results and has established a plan, for a period of two years

or more, describing both what activities

the organization plans to carry out in support of it as

specified in section 2, and how the work will be followed up, and

8. can document their business through determined

activities and audit reports.

State aid may also be provided to organizations that do not

meets the conditions laid down in the first paragraph 5, if the

There is a particular reason for it. "upon such review, it

particular attention shall be paid to the needs of the area where the

the organization is active or if the business has

national interest.

Grants may not be provided to an organization that has liabilities

for Swedish taxes or fees of the bailiff

or are in liquidation or bankruptcy.

section 6 of the application for grants under this Regulation shall be

written and submitted to the armed forces. The armed forces must

announce details relating to the design and if

When an application is to be made.

section 7 of the application of organizational grants and business grants

should contain

1. the statutes of the applicant organisation,

2. documents showing who has the right to

represent the Association,

3. operational and management report, balance sheet and

income statement and audit reports for the

the previous fiscal year, and

4. the annual budget for the activities to which it relates, and

information on pending and granted subsidies.

section 8 an application relating to the operating grants, in addition to the

imposed by section 7, also include details about which

activities applied for and what is the goal of these


§ 9 the applicant shall submit the documents and information to

The armed forces as the authority requests to examine

the application.

section 10 of the applicant does not submit the documents or information

arising from sections 6 to 9 shall be given the opportunity to complete

application within a certain time. If the applicant fails to comply with a

call to supplement the application, may the armed forces test

the "as is".


section 11 of an organization which has received grants are required to

provide such financial and other reporting that

The armed forces require.

An auditor shall audit the accounts. The auditor's report on

the review shall be attached to the report. If the contribution

received amounted to at least five price base amounts under 2

Cape. 6 and 7 of the social code, should the review

be made by an authorized or certified public accountant.

An organization that receives a grant is required to

the request of the defence forces shall provide the information that the Agency

need to review the report. The armed forces should in

its annual report, submit a consolidated presentation of the

organizations that have received grants and the amounts.

Refunds and chargebacks

12 § the recipient of grants under this regulation are

repayment required if

1. the receiver by providing incorrect information or

otherwise has caused to the contribution given incorrectly or

with the high amount,

2. the grant of any other reasons have been given incorrectly, or

with the high amount,

3. the refund entirely or partially unused or not

has been used for the purpose for which it is granted,

4. the recipient has not provided a report as required by

section 11, or

5. the recipient did not comply with the terms of the decision on the contribution.

section 13, if a beneficiary is required to repay pursuant to the

section 12, armed forces decide to fully or partially require

back the premium.

If there are special reasons, the defence forces may decide to

put down the recovery in full or in part.


section 14 of the defence forces may provide for

the enforcement of this regulation.


section 15 of the armed forces ' decision pursuant to this Regulation shall not

subject to appeal.