Regulation (2013:44) On A Joint Submission Function Of Forest Owners

Original Language Title: Förordning (2013:44) om en gemensam inlämningsfunktion för skogsägare

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The purpose and scope of application

section 1 of the Swedish forest agency may establish a joint submission feature

for forest owners. The purpose of this feature is to simplify

forest owners ' contacts with authorities in matters that have

connection to the forest.

2 section With a common submission function refers to a function at the

National Board of forestry as forest owners can turn to in order to

initiate cases within the Swedish Board of forestry's area of responsibility and such

cases within other governmental responsibilities have

connection to the forest.

section 3 of the Swedish forest agency may, with the agreement of the other

the relevant authorities, provide for what matters

that may be initiated by the joint submission feature.

Communication of data

section 4 of the Swedish forest agency should expeditiously to another authority

handing over the information received by the joint

submission function but are intended for the other


The data must be submitted electronically to the other


Free will

paragraph 5 of the joint submission feature does not prevent

forest owners embarking on cases by turning directly to

authority concerned.

Income today

paragraph 6 of the document submitted to the National Board of forestry through the

Joint submission function and contains information

to be handed over to any other authority, shall be deemed to have

come in to the other authority the same day that it came into

to the National Board of forestry.


section 7 of the Documents submitted by the joint

submission function and intended for a different

authority than the Swedish forest Agency, screening of the Swedish forest Agency

at the earliest one year after the data handed over to the

the other authority under this regulation.

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