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section 1 of this regulation provides for State aid
to the costs of operations of heritage of the codend.
State grant under the regulation be provided subject to availability on
The purpose of the State's contribution
2 § the purpose of Government grant is to
Heritage lift provide people who are far from
the labour market a meaningful and fulfilling
employment and building knowledge about, nurture and
make available the cultural heritage and cultural environment.
Conditions for State aid
3 § If there is funding, Government grants under this
Regulation of expenses to within heritage codend
arrange such developmental contracts as referred to in paragraph 4 as well as
such preparatory actions referred to in paragraph 5.
Contributions may be made to the authorities, institutions and other
organs operating within or related to
4 § developing employment in the heritage of the codend shall
be arranged for persons who may be referred to
developing employment according to the Regulation (2000:630) about
specific measures for people with disabilities
causes reduced ability to work, and that
1. has participated in pathways under the regulation
(2000:634) on labour market policy programmes, or
2. receive sickness benefit or rehabilitation allowance pursuant to
the social security code and likely to consume
days with such compensation within 12 months, or may
time-limited sickness compensation pursuant to Chapter 4. section 31 of the Act
(2010:111) for the inclusion of the social insurance code.
First paragraph 2 applies only to persons covered by the
efforts in cooperation between the public employment service and
The social insurance agency.
5 § developing employment in the heritage of the codend shall
preceded by a maximum three-month guideline to
preparatory actions under the Regulation (2000:634) if
labour market policy programmes.
6 § 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.
section 7 of the State subsidy is not provided if the provider is compensated
for its costs for such development employment and
preparatory actions referred to in paragraphs 4 and 5 by other
section 8 of the National Heritage Board hears questions about government grants
According to this regulation.
Before the Agency decides on State aid to
authority shall hear the public employment service.
section 9 application for Government grants must be in writing and filed
to the National Heritage Board. The application shall include the
information necessary for the examination.
section 10 a decision concerning State aid must be subject to conditions.
These should be indicated in the decision. The decision shall also be last day
for recognition under section 13 specified.
section 11 a decision on State aid may cover a period of
a maximum of one year.
section 12 of the State contribution is calculated by the number of employees in such
activities referred to in paragraph 4 and be submitted to the organisers of
development positions with 5 000 per month and
State subsidy to the organisers of preparatory efforts under 5
§ left with 130 kronor per day and person
provided that the persons participating in such operations
get activity support according to the Regulation (1996:1100) if
paragraph 13 of The patients who have received Government grants under this regulation
going to the National Heritage Board account for how the funds have
used, and leave the other information needed
follow-up and evaluation.
Refunds and chargebacks
section 14 of the National Heritage Board 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
15 § 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
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 13, or
6. the terms of the decision on State aid have not been respected.
section 16 if anyone is owed repayment under section 15, the
The National Heritage Board may decide to fully or partially require
back the premium.
section 17 If an amount has been recovered under section 16 does not
paid on time, the penalty interest rate
(1975:635) is levied on the amount.
section 18 if there are special reasons, the Swedish National Heritage Board
waive in whole or in part a requirement for reimbursement under
section 16 or a claim for interest under section 17.
section 19 of the National Heritage Board may provide for
enforcement of this regulation.
section 20 of the 22 a of the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) is
provisions for an appeal to the administrative court.
Other decisions than decisions under section 14 shall not, however, be appealed.
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