Regulation (2013:390) On Targets In The General Administrative Courts

Original Language Title: Förordning (2013:390) om mål i allmän förvaltningsdomstol

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Scope of application

section 1 of this Regulation shall apply in the case of the handling of the case in

administrative rights, Chamber and Maximum

Administrative Court.

The target register and act training

2 § at any court should be kept records of all targets.

Upon registration, the objectives are given consecutive numbers for

calendar year in the order that they are received by the Court.

The register shall show, for each target date target has arrived

and the day when it has been decided. It may be different

case number sequences for various groups of targets.

3 §/expires U: 2016-01-01/

Registration pursuant to article 2 of the are to be made in diaries or

According to the Regulation (2001:640) if record-keeping etc. at

administrative law with the help of automated processing or

Ordinance (2001:641) if record-keeping etc. at the highest

Administrative Court and Chamber the dishes with the help of

automated processing.

Courts may provide for registration.

3 section/entry into force: 01/01/2016

Registration under section 2 is done with the help of automated processing, or in the diaries.

Courts may provide for registration.

Regulation (2015:732).

section 4 During the handling of a case must be the continuous

recorded documents which are received by the Court,

the measures the Court perform in goal and what is in

otherwise occur in the case or in connection with the appeal of the

a crucial.

§ 5 when an act in a goal comes in to court

It is recorded on the document the day this happened.

The documents received or prepared in an objective,

be brought together into one act. Documents as they

enters or is established are numbered consecutively, if they

not such documents, culled from the Act under

§ 19. For every action, there shall be a statement of the Court

and the destination number in the target table.

section 6 of the target table or of the Act shall show:

1. the Court's rulings in the case, when they have been decided and

who participated in the decision,

2. who is responsible for notes made under

section 8, and

3. dissenting, when a vote has taken place.

section 7 if the Court rejects an appeal of the Court's

decision, the appeal and the decision of rejection is taken into

the Act. An appeal has been made in proceedings which do not

all parts decided by the Court, the higher

the Court's decision are included in the Act.

Notes on hearing and vision

section 8 At a hearing shall, in addition to what is stated in

section 17 of the code of administrative procedure (1971:291), the following is noted:

1. time and place of the hearing,

2. the participants in the hearing,

3. powers of Attorney given orally before the Court,

4. order that the hearing be held in camera

doors, and

5. ed attained.

The notes shall be made in connection with the hearing and

are reported in such a way that they can easily be found.

The first and second subparagraphs shall apply mutatis mutandis also in

SYN. It as observed in a vision shall be recorded or otherwise

way documented to the extent that it can be assumed to be

of significance in the case.

The one that stands in such a relationship to the point or to

It can be considered a party to reduce his or her

reliability may not be hired to take notes.

§ 9 A report by a witness or expert shall

be documented by means of a sound recording. If this is not

possible should the story be written down, to the extent

the story is likely to be relevant to the case.

If the story is written down, it consulted immediately get

opportunity to check what has been written. The one who left

the story should be asked if he or she has something to

object to the content. Even an opposition which does not lead

to any amendment shall be recorded. Then get it as

written does not change.

Stories submitted in the Supreme Administrative Court and in

Appeal and observations that these courts

do at a sight need not be recorded or otherwise


Judgments and other decisions

paragraph 10 of the judgment of the Court of the thing signified.

A prejudikatfråga that the Supreme Administrative Court

pursuant to section 36, first paragraph

administrative judicial procedure Act (1971:291) may be determined by judgment.

The same applies when the Appeal hearing a

prejudikatfråga with the application of Chapter 16 of the. 12 a of the first

subparagraph, the Aliens Act (2005:716).

section 11 a judgment will be set up in particular. Other decisions shall be

up specifically or included in a Protocol, written in a

document in the file or entered in the target table.

section 12 of judgments and other decisions specifically stated,

be signed by the judge-in-training who have participated

in the decision.

paragraph 13 of the judgment or other decision that are set up specifically

shall, in addition to what is stated in paragraphs 30 and 31

administrative judicial procedure Act (1971:291), the following is stated:

1. the Court of Justice, as well as the place and time of the notice of judgment or

the decision,

2. the parties and their representatives or assistants,

3. the matter briefly, and

4. the parties ' claims and objections.

A judgment or other decision, insofar as it

needed to contain a statement of the ruling or decision

which is challenged or subject.

section 14 Of judgments and other decisions that are set up in particular by

The Supreme Administrative Court or Appeal

get those courts decide on derogations from paragraph 13 of the first

paragraph 1 – 4.

In the case of a Chamber legal decisions on certiorari may

the administrative court may decide if deviation from paragraph 13 of the first paragraph 4.

section 15 A correction or completion according to § 32

administrative judicial procedure Act (1971:291) of a judgment or a different

decision shall be recorded by the President on the original of the judgment

or decision. In the note, the date of the correction or

supplementation is indicated.

Court records and policy books

paragraph 16 of the Judgment shall annually be brought together in a hardcover court records. In

the book is arranged the findings after the date on which they were communicated.

Decision whereby the Court distinguishes the case from themselves and

decision pursuant to paragraph 7, first sentence, shall annually be brought together in

a decision-making Guide. In the book, organized the findings after the time the

they were announced. If a decision has been taken into a Protocol,

written on a document in the file or entered in the

the target table, need to book only brought the decision

as well as the portion of the document that shows in which case decision

been taken.

Tasks as regards the privacy of according to publicity-

and secrecy (2009:400) should not be taken into the court records

or decision book.

Court records and books may be designated for different

groups of targets.

Measures in the event of an appeal

section 17, If a decision is appealed, the Court shall, without delay,

send their act to the higher court. If the decision is not

means that the case has been tried final, however, it is

enough that the Court originals or copies is sending the

documents pertaining to the appeal.

section 18 A court hearing an appeal against a decision

are not final should, without delay, inform the

courts or administrative authorities whose decisions have

challenged on such decisions as may be relevant for the

continuing the proceedings in the Court or

the managing authority.

Thinning and archiving

section 19 When a case has been decided and the decision has a Cook

power, memos, duplicates of documents and

missive and certificate that does not contain any information

of importance are weeded out of the Act.

An audio recording for screening no later than six weeks after the

the case was settled by a judgment or order that has a

the force of law.

section 20 of the national archives may announce further provisions concerning

thinning of the acts and regulations on measures other than

thinning in conjunction with the filing of the acts.

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