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section 1 of this Regulation shall apply in addition to Regulation
(1996:382) with the management rights clause and
the notarial Regulation (1990:469).
2 § a rapporteur who has completed law clerk may
given the appointment pursuant to §§ 20-21 Regulation (1996:382) with
the management rights clause.
It listed if a notary in paragraph 14, section 20 of the other
and third paragraphs and section 21 the second and third subparagraphs
the regulation of the management rights clause will also apply
a rapporteur who has received the appointment referred to in the first
paragraph 3 of the Chief Judge may appoint employees of the administrative right to
on his own responsibility
1. order the public assistance case pursuant to lagen (1988:870)
the care of drug users in some cases, the Act (1991:1128) on
psychiatric compulsory care, the Act (1991:1129) on forensic psychiatric
care and aliens (2005:716), and
2. order the special case according to the law on psychiatric
compulsory care and the law on psychiatric care.
section 4 of the Chief Judge may appoint rapporteurs who have in-training
served at least two years in administrative law and
administrative legal notaries who have served at least one year,
provided that they are deemed to have sufficient experience
and otherwise be appropriate, on its own responsibility
1. order the public assistance case under the Act (1990:52)
with special provision for the care of the young, and
2. decide on the granting of legal aid.
5 § Appointment under sections 3 and 4 must not refer to the target or
issues is extensive or difficult, or that of any other
reason needs special experience.
Raised a question of a kind referred to in the first subparagraph,
should the designated reporting the issue for the judge or
the judge appointed by the Chief Judge. In administrative law that are
avdelningsindelad should such a question instead is reported for
Department Manager or the judge who is the head of section has
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