Regulation (2011:1565) Of State Subsidies To The Expenses For The Care Of The Historically Valuable Ships

Original Language Title: Förordning (2011:1565) om statsbidrag till kostnader för vård av kulturhistoriskt värdefulla fartyg

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Read the untranslated law here: http://rkrattsbaser.gov.se/sfst?bet=2011:1565

Introductory provisions



section 1 of this regulation provides for State aid

the expenses for the care of cultural and historical value

ships.



State grant under the regulation be provided subject to availability on

funds.



The purpose of the State's contribution



2 § the purpose of Government grant is to promote a long-term

sustainable management of the historically valuable ships in

Sweden.



Conditions for State aid



section 3 Political contributions may be made to the costs of such care by

historically valuable vessel that is made to

meet the purpose mentioned in section 2. The contribution is submitted to

the owner of the ship and shall relate to the historically motivated

costs.



When grant donation to the owner's own effort and his or

her ability to sustain a long term

effective management of the cultural and historical values

be taken into account. Furthermore, it should be taken into account if the vessel is or means

be available to the public.



4 § State aid shall not be granted to applicants who have debts

for Swedish taxes or fees of the bailiff

or are in liquidation or bankruptcy.



Caseload management



section 5 of the national maritime museums hears questions about government grants

According to this regulation.



section 6 of the application for Government grants must be in writing and filed

to the national maritime museums. The application shall include the

information necessary for the examination.



paragraph 7 of the decision on State grants may be subject to conditions. These

evidenced by the decision. The decision shall also be the last day for

report in accordance with section 8 shall be specified.



Accounting



§ 8 the one that has a State aid under this Regulation shall

to the national maritime museums account for how the funds have been used

and leave the other data necessary for monitoring and

evaluation.



Refunds and chargebacks



§ 9 the national maritime museums may decide that a granted

State grant will not be paid, if it can

It is assumed that the refund is granted on the basis of incorrect

tasks.



10 § the recipient of a Government grants under this regulation

the payback is 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

granted,



4. the project for which the grant has been provided does not complete

or where for any other reason not consumed,



5. a person who has received the grant has not provided such

report referred to in section 8, or



6. the terms of the decision on State aid have not been respected.



section 11 if someone is obliged to refund according to section 10 of,

National maritime museums decide to fully or partially require

back the premium.



section 12 If an amount has been recovered under section 11 not

paid on time, the penalty interest rate

(1975:635) is levied on the amount.



section 13 if there are special reasons, the national maritime

museums wholly or partially waive a claim for a refund

According to section 11 and section 12 requirements for interest.



Authorization



section 14 of the national maritime museums may provide for

enforcement of this regulation.



Appeal



section 15 of the 22 a of the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) is

provisions for an appeal to the administrative court.

Other than a decision under section 9 shall not, however, be appealed.