Alcohol Law (2010:1622)

Original Language Title: Alkohollag (2010:1622)

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Chapter 1. Introductory provisions



section 1 of this Act apply to the manufacture, marketing and importation

or import alcoholic drinks and trade in such goods.

The law also applies to the manufacture of spirits, and the importation, import,

export, export and trade in spirit as well as trades with

alcoholic preparations.



section 2 of this Bill provides for



-manufacture, etc. (Chapter 2),



-General provisions concerning the authorisation (Chapter 3),



-wholesale, etc. (Chapter 4),



-retail trade (Chapter 5.)



-trade with technical spirit and alcoholic preparations

(6.),



-marketing of alcoholic beverages (Chapter 7),



-serving of alcoholic beverages (Chapter 8),



-supervision, etc. (Chapter 9),



-Appeal (ch. 10),



-Penal provisions (Chapter 11),



-confiscation (Chapter 12), and



-register (Chapter 13).



Definitions



3 § With booze, a fluid produced by the

distillation or other chemical process and containing

alcohol.



With alcohol "means ethyl alcohol.



paragraph 4 with tech spirits are spirits that are intended to

be used for technical, industrial, medical, scientific

or other similar purposes that are attributable to CN codes

2207 or 2208 according to the version of the combined

nomenclature (CN) pursuant to Council Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87 by

on June 23, 1987 on the tariff and statistical nomenclature and on the

The common customs tariff in force on 19 October 1992.



5 § With alcohol beverages, a beverage with an alcohol content

greater than 2.25% by volume. Alcoholic beverages are divided in this law

into spirit drinks, wine, beer and other fermented alcoholic beverages.



Drink that is alcohol-free or with an alcohol content of no more than

2.25% by volume is referred to as soft drinks.



section 6 With spirit drink shall mean an alcoholic beverage that contains alcohol.



7 § With wine refers to an alcoholic drink produced by fermentation

of grapes or grape juice. The wine should also be counted such wine

as in the petition has been added to spirits distilled from

wine products and that has an alcoholic strength not exceeding 22

by volume.



section 8 With beer, a drink produced through fermentation with

dried or roasted malt as main extract worthwhile topic.

Beer with an alcohol content not exceeding 3.5 but 2.25

by volume is referred to as beer and beer with an alcoholic strength

exceed 3.5% alcohol by volume is referred to as strong beer.



section 9 With other fermented alcohol beverage "means an alcoholic beverage

produced by the fermentation of fruit or other parts of plants

and that is not wine or beer.



section 10/expires U: 2016-01-01/

With alcoholic preparations referred to an article

prepared for final use, containing more than

2.25% by volume of alcohol and not the alcoholic beverage or

Tech spirits, nor is such a medicine covered

of the medicines Act (1992:859).



entry into force of the section 10/I:2016-01-01

With alcoholic preparations referred to a be prepared for final use, which contains more than 2.25 percent alcohol by volume and is not alcohol beverage or denaturation and neither is such medicinal products covered by the medicines Act (2015:315). Law (2015:327).



11 § ' producer ' means anyone who professionally manufactures

products referred to in this law.



Sales to the consumer are referred to as retail or,

as regards alcoholic drinks, for consumption on the

Instead, serving. Other sales are referred to as wholesale.



section 12 With denaturation means a procedure whereby one or

several topics are put to the spirits, or an article containing the

spirits, to make the sprite or the goods unfit for consumption.



Chapter 2. Manufacturing, etc.



section 1 of the Liquor and spirits may be produced only by the

has been approved as a warehousekeeper of such goods in accordance with § 9

the Act (1994:1564) if the alcohol tax or exempt

consumers according to § 31 e same team.



A device that is clearly appropriate for the manufacture of

spirits (distillation apparatus) and part of such a device

may only be made by, transferred to or held by the

the one who has the right to manufacture liquor.



The public health authority may grant a derogation from the second paragraph.

Such consent may be given indefinitely or for a fixed period

and may be revoked if conditions require it.

Team (2013:635).



section 2 with the manufacture of liquor means any operation whereby:

spirits produced or extracted.



With the manufacture of alcohol equated purification and recycling of

spirits. With the manufacture of alcohol equated even removal

or weakening of denaturation or other procedures with

spirits or alcoholic preparations in order to make them

fit for consumption.



Seasoning of spirit drink for serving that snaps in own

service operating in accordance with Chapter 8. section 3 is not considered to be

manufacture of liquor.



paragraph 3 of the wine, beer, beer and other fermented alcoholic beverages,

manufactured only by the person who has been approved as a warehousekeeper for

the manufacture or processing of such drinks in accordance with § 9

the Act (1994:1564) if the alcohol tax or exempt

consumers according to § 31 e same team.



As provided for in the first subparagraph shall not apply to the manufacture of

the home for their own needs.



4 § a manufacturer of alcohol may dispose of the manufactured

the booze only for use in their own operations and for

in accordance with Chapter 6. § 5.



A manufacturer of alcoholic beverages may dispose of the

made the drink for sale only in accordance with this Act.



The provisions of the first and second subparagraphs shall not apply in

goods consumed as indicated in paragraph 7 of the

first paragraph 7 and 8 of the Act (1994:1564) if the alcohol tax.



Chapter 3. General conditions of sale



1 § alcoholic beverages may not be sold unless there is proper

to it under this Act.



2 § alcoholic beverages may not be sold in a shop premises,

nor kept in such premises or related areas.



With shop premises "means a place where consumers can buy goods

or services or rent goods but not restaurants and

other dining areas.



Such premises where tasting in accordance with Chapter 8. the second subparagraph of paragraph 7

is conducted, is not covered by the prohibition laid down in the first subparagraph.



Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 3 of this law may

alcohol beverages are served to passengers on trains in

international traffic.



By the provisions of this Act do not restrict the right

for sale resulting from the existing provisions on

bonded warehouse established for the storage of supplies, etc., or

the right to the sale of untaxed goods in export shop.



4 § in the case of the right to dispose of alcoholic beverages carried

as supply ships and aircraft in international traffic

Special provisions of law other than this.



paragraph 5 of the sale of alcoholic beverages shall be handled in such a way

that damage is prevented as far as possible.



The position with sales of alcoholic beverages shall see

to order and sobriety prevailing at the point of sale.



section 6 of The persons aged 20 years or who have managers

According to Chapter 11. 7 § parental code may not conduct

trade or business involving the sale of alcoholic beverages.



7 § alcoholic beverages may not be sold or otherwise disclosed to

the under the age of 20 years. In respect of beer terms

equivalent to that under the age of 18 years.



Serving alcoholic beverages may be made to persons who are over 18

year.



8 § alcoholic beverages shall not be disclosed to anyone who is noticeably

under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicants.



Alcoholic beverages may not be disclosed if there is special

reason to believe that the product is intended to unlawfully

provided any.



Whoever leaves out alcoholic beverages shall ascertain that the

the recipient has reached the age laid down in paragraph 7.



9 § it is forbidden that as agents or on comparable

way alcoholic beverages to the person under section 7 or 8

do not have the right to have such be extradited to them. It is also

in other cases than those referred to in Chapter 4. 4 § second

paragraph 1, 2 and 4-7 more tillhandagå other with

to purchase alcoholic beverages.



Alcoholic beverages may not be given as gifts or loans to or

be it under the age of 20 years. In the case of beer terms

However, similar to that under the age of 18 years.



However, it is permissible to invite those who have not achieved

the prescribed age at a lesser amount of alcohol drink during

condition that ingestion takes place on site and during organized

conditions and taking into account the youngster's age and

development and the circumstances in General appears to be

justifiable. At public houses, however, the age limit

as indicated in paragraph 7 of the second paragraph.



section 10 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may prohibit or restrict the sale of alcoholic beverages on

There are serious reasons for it.



The municipality may, for a particular occasion, prohibit or restrict the

sales of alcoholic beverages, if it is considered appropriate to

maintain order.



section 11 of the Transferred movement which includes activities that require

the approval referred to in Chapter 2. paragraph 1 or paragraph 3 of

the first paragraph (manufacturing), Chapter 4. Article 1, first paragraph

(wholesale), Chapter 6. 2 § (trade with technical spirit), or

authorisation in accordance with Chapter 8. section 1 (licence) may

transferor sell their inventory of alcoholic beverages to

the successor, if he is entitled to conduct such

activity.



Bankruptcy or estate or, in the case of foreclosure property,

Enforcement authority may, notwithstanding the provisions of this law

sell liquor or alcoholic beverages to anyone who has the right to

manufacture or engage in wholesale distribution of such goods.


Alcoholic beverages may also be sold to the retail company.

The same applies where an activity must be phased out as a result

to permit or approval referred to in the first subparagraph

has been revoked or unless there are other compelling reasons.

Law (2012:205).



Chapter 4. Wholesale etc.



section 1 of the wholesale of spirit drinks, wine, strong beer or other

fermented alcoholic beverages may be carried out only by the person who has

approved as warehousekeeper or the registered consignee

for such goods in accordance with section 9 or 12 Act (1994:1564) if

alcohol tax. It follows that the right to wholesale

concerns only the drinks covered by the authorisation.



With the wholesalers referred to it which has been approved in accordance with the

regulations referred to in the first subparagraph.



In addition to what is stated in the first paragraph, wholesale

spirit drinks, wine, strong beer and other fermented alcoholic beverages

conducted by the retail company in accordance with

Chapter 5. Article 1, third paragraph.



Those who have licence may sell individual goods

of goods to wholesalers who have the right to

Shop with the corresponding goods.



2 § wholesalers may sell the goods to



1. in Chapter 5. section 1 the specified retail company,



2. other wholesalers who have the right to trade with the corresponding

goods,



3. the given permission for serving to

the general public or a habitual condition for serving in

end company in accordance with the rules of Chapter 8., and



4. a person who has been approved as a tax-exempt consumers under 31

e § Act (1994:1564) if the alcohol tax for use in engineering,

industrial, medical, scientific or other similar activities.



A wholesale distributors may also bring out or export goods.

Sales may also be made to the authorized under

Act (1999:446) on the provisioning of vessels and aircraft.



Only wholesale distributors, packaging or bottle

alcoholic beverages. Law (2012:205).



3 § at the wholesale of spirit drinks, wine, strong beer or other

fermented alcoholic beverages, the seller is obliged to ensure

that the buyer has the right to buy or sell the goods on.



Admission and imports



4 of spirit drinks, wine, strong beer and other fermented alcoholic beverages

may be brought into the country only by wholesale distributors and of

retail company for the company to fulfil the

obligation set out in Chapter 5. 4 section.



In addition to what is stated in the first paragraph, spirits, wine,

beer and other fermented alcoholic beverages brought into



1. the person has the right to duty-free treatment pursuant to section 4 of the Act

(1994:1547) on duty-free treatment, etc.,



2. by a single person who has reached the age of 20 years and who have

acquired the beverages and transporting them to Sweden,

or who work on means of transport, if the drinks are

intended for his personal use or his family or

as a gift to relatives for his or his family's

personal use,



3. that supply ships or aircraft according to specific

provisions,



4. by an individual or commercial promotion of a

individual who has reached the age of 20 years and moved to

Sweden, where the drinks are intended for his or his

family's personal use,



5. by an individual or commercial promotion of a

individual who has reached the age of 20 years and who have acquired

the drinks by inheritance or bequest, if the drinks are intended

for his personal use or his family,



6. as a single gift shipment in professional advancement from

a private person in another country for an individual in

Sweden, who have reached the age of 20 years, if the drinks are intended for his

or his family's personal use,



7. by a single person who has reached the age of 20 years by professional

promotion or other independent intermediary, if importation

from another country within the European economic area

and the drinks are intended for his or his family's

personal use, and



8. of the authorized under the Act (1999:446) if

provisioning of vessels and aircraft, if the drinks are intended

for use in accordance with the authorization.



Spirit drinks, wine, strong beer and other fermented alcoholic beverages

carried as victuals on railway trains in international traffic,

be recorded in the extent required for serving

passengers in the train's journey within the country. Law (2011:102).



Chapter 5. Retail



Retail sale of spirits, etc.



§ 1 for the retail trade in spirit drinks, wine, strong beer and other

fermented alcoholic beverages, there shall be a particular purpose

formed limited liability company (retail company). The company will be owned by

State.



Retail company may not carry out or export or

produce such beverages referred to in the first subparagraph. Company

may introduce or import such beverages only to

fulfill the obligation set out in paragraph 4.



Retail company may not conduct other wholesale than

sales to the licence. This applies to

not, however, the sale of single parties to wholesalers.



Provisions for the retail company's activities and operations, as well as

If the special control by the State should be in an agreement

between the State and the company.



section 2 of the Only retail company, retail

spirit drinks, wine, strong beer and other fermented alcoholic beverages.



paragraph 3 of the retail company decides if the sales agencies

According to the guidelines of the organisation in the agreement between the State and

the company.



The sale may be made for collection or by requisition.

The sale may also take place at the auction of spirit drinks, wine,

beer and other fermented alcoholic beverages for someone else's

count according to the guidelines of the agreement between the State and the company.



4 of spirit drinks, wine, strong beer and other fermented alcoholic beverages

that are not held in stock by the retail company to be acquired by

the company at the request of the consumer.



Retail sale of beer



§ 5 retail sale of beer is, with the restrictions

provided for in this Act, subject to the condition that the business

is performed in such rooms or other spaces in buildings or

means of transport



1. included in the establishments approved under regulation

announced pursuant to section 7 of the 1 Food Act (2006:804) or

registered in accordance with European Parliament and Council regulation

(EC) No 852/2004 of 29 april 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, and



2. intended for permanent sale of foods

and where it also sold food.



Notwithstanding what is provided for in the first subparagraph may

retail sale of beer conducted by retail company and

of the manufacturer of such beer.



Retailers of beer shall notify

activities to the municipality in which the sale takes place.

The sale may not begin until notification has been made.



Retailers of beer shall exercise special

control (self-check) over the sale, and responding to

the staff has the necessary knowledge about

the sale. For its own control, there should be a special

software.



Chapter 6. Trade with technical spirit and alcoholic preparations



Trade in technological liquor



1 § Technical alcohol may only be sold, purchased, should be introduced,

imported, be exported or to be exported if there is right

to it under this Act.



As provided for in the first subparagraph shall not apply to spirits which are

completely denatured in accordance with the Commission's

Regulation (EEC) no 3199/93 of 22 november 1993 concerning

mutual recognition of procedures for the complete

denaturing of alcohol for the purposes of exemption from excise duty.



section 2 of the sale of denaturation may be carried out only by the person who

has been approved as a warehousekeeper of such spirits under section 9 of the Act

(1994:1564) if the alcohol tax.



3 § Technical spirits to be used or sold within the country and

that is not completely denatured in accordance with paragraph 1, second subparagraph,

shall be denatured in such a way as to prevent as far as possible

ingestion of booze without impeding the intended use.



section 4 on sales of denaturation, the seller is obliged to

make sure that the buyer has the right to buy or sell

the article further.



The seller shall ascertain that the booze will not

be used unlawfully.



§ 5 the one who has the right to sell technical spirits may also purchase

as well as bringing in or import, convey or export such

spirits.



The sale is subject to



1. the right to manufacture alcoholic beverages,



2. a person who has been approved as a tax-exempt users of such

be in accordance with section 31 e Act (1994:1564) if the alcohol tax,



3. pharmacy,



4. University or college for scientific purposes, or



5. hospital for medical purposes.



Trade with alcoholic preparations



section 6 Alcoholic preparations may, subject to the restrictions

provided for by this law, sold domestically under the conditions

apply for trade in General.



Additional limitations on trade with alcoholic preparations

may arise from other legislation.



7 § Alcoholic preparations may not be sold or disclosed if

There is particular reason to assume that the product is intended to

be used in intoxicating purposes.



8 § Alcoholic preparations not intended for consumption

must not by taste or color scheme, through their packaging

or in any other similar manner be designed so that there is a risk of

confusion with alcoholic beverages or that otherwise

encourages ingestion.



9 § Alcoholic preparations not intended for ingestion

and that is to be used or sold within the country shall be

denatured in such a way as to prevent as far as possible to the

is ingested.



Authorization




section 10 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide for



1. who in addition to what is stated in paragraph 5 has the right to buy technical

spirits, and if so, for what purpose,



2. use of control companies when trading with tech spirits,



3. denaturing of denaturation and alcoholic preparations

and in which cases denaturation may be omitted, and



4. trade in General with technical alcohol and alcoholic

preparations needed for the protection of life and health.



Chapter 7. Marketing of alcoholic beverages



§ 1 in respect of the marketing of alcoholic beverages to consumers

Special moderation observed. Advertising or other

marketing action may not be intrusive, outreach

or call for the use of alcohol.



Marketing may not be directed in particular to or depict

children or young people under the age of 25 years.



section 2 of the manufactures, sells or brokers the sale of

alcoholic beverages, in their motion to leave such drinks as a gift

only in the form of samples.



The marketing of services or the sale of other

non-alcoholic beverages, the drinks are not provided as

gift.



section 3 in respect of the marketing of alcoholic beverages to consumers,

no commercial ads in ljudradio programs, television programs or

on-demand use. This also applies to these television broadcasts over

satellite as covered by the radio and Television Act (2010:696).



section 4 in respect of the marketing of alcoholic beverages that contain more than

15% by volume of alcohol to consumers, not commercial

ads used in periodicals or other publications on

the freedom of the Press Act is applicable, and that with

regarding the arrangements for the release is comparable with

periodicals. However, this does not apply in the case of writings

provided only at the point of sale of such

drinks.



§ 5 When marketing to consumers of alcoholic beverages,

commercial advertising, representation in image include only

a representation of the



1. the product or the raw materials contained in the product,



2. single packs, or



3. trademark or similar characteristics.



Commercial advertisements in periodicals or other

writings on the freedom of the Press Act is applicable, and

the order of release is comparable with

periodicals, may not be greater than 2100

spaltmillimeter. The ad should clearly specify the

alcohol content but may not produce a high alcohol content as a

positive quality.



One such ad referred to in the first and second subparagraphs may not

contrary to good faith, by the context in which it occurs,

use of methods which are inappropriate given

consumer or contain false or misleading information

If alcohol, alcohol consumption, alcohol's effects or

other properties.



section 6 marketing in a commercial advertising of alcoholic

easy drinks to consumers shall be designed in such a way

that it cannot be confused with the marketing of

alcoholic beverages. Marketing of alcohol beverages that contain

not more than 15% alcohol by volume in commercial advertising to

consumers should be designed in such a way that it cannot

be confused with the marketing of alcoholic beverages containing

more than 15% alcohol by volume.



The first sentence of the first paragraph does not apply when the marketing of

alcoholic beverages containing not more than 15% alcohol by volume is

permitted.



The provisions on the marketing of alcoholic beverages are easily

in the first subparagraph shall not apply in cases where this is unfair.



section 7 in respect of the marketing of alcoholic beverages to consumers through

commercial advertisements in periodicals or other

writings on the freedom of the Press Act is applicable, and

the order of release is comparable with

periodicals, the ads clearly reflect

a text that informs about the harmful effects of alcohol

(the callout). If there is more callouts should

at least one of them is reproduced. Repeated advertising will be different

callouts can be used interchangeably and, if possible, in equal

large scale.



The Government may provide for the texts to be

rendered and how these should be designed.



section 8 of an act that is contrary to sections 1 to 6 and section 7, first paragraph

or regulations established under section 7, second subparagraph

shall for the purposes of 5, 23 and 26 of the Marketing Act

(2008:486) is considered to be unfair towards consumers and, in the case

referred to in paragraph 2, also against the trader. An act that

contrary to paragraph 3 may lead to market disturbance fee under

the provisions of §§ 29-36 Marketing Act.



§ 9 the Government gets for any foreign State may determine that

the following shall apply.



In respect of the marketing of alcoholic beverages, it is prohibited to

using false or misleading indications of origin,

through which the drinks directly or indirectly stated to be

generated or made in the foreign State or of a

region or city in the foreign State. This is true even if

the real origin is specified, or if the designation is used only in

translation or accompanied by expressions such as "art", "kind", "type",

"copy" or similar expressions.



An act that is contrary to the second paragraph, for the purposes

of the Marketing Act (2008:486) is considered to be unfair towards the

consumers and traders.



Chapter 8. Serving alcoholic beverages



section 1 for serving spirit drinks, wine, strong beer and other fermented

alcoholic beverages require permission of the municipality where the

the premises are located (licence).



Licence relating to serving on domestic voyages on

ship, aircraft or railway train (transport service),

be notified by the municipality in which the company would pursue

the cafeteria has its registered office, or where the person who would

operate the cafeteria is domiciled. The company has not established

within the country or person not residing in the country, announced

State of the Stockholm municipality.



Retail company may notwithstanding the first subparagraph

organise testing of alcoholic beverages to the public in accordance with

guidelines in the agreement between the State and the company.

Law (2012:205).



1 a of the licence is not required if the serving



1. refers to a single occasion of predetermined people,



2. without the profit motive, and no other cost to the

the participants than the cost of purchasing the beverages, and



3. take place in premises where there are professional

the sale of alcohol or mild drinks. Law (2012:205).



1 b of the licence is not required for serving to a

residents and visitors to him on such specific properties



1. as referred to in Chapter 5. paragraph 5, second subparagraph, and article 7, third paragraph

the Social Service Act (2001:453) and 9 § 9 Act (1993:387) on support

and service to some people with disabilities, and



2. during the meal service is provided.



The operator serving alcohol as referred to in the first subparagraph shall

exercising specific control (self-check). For

own control, there should be a business appropriate

software. Law (2012:205).



section 2 of the licence can be granted for service to the

the general public or in association, company or else end

the company. The condition can refer to service all year round or

annually over a specified time period (permanent

licence). It can also refer to a single time period

or a one-time basis (temporary licence).



Permanent permits are valid until further notice. The municipality may, however,

If there are special reasons limit the validity of

for some time.



Licence may apply to spirit drinks, wine, strong beer and

other fermented alcoholic beverages or one or more of these

drinks.



Authorisation to organise the tasting of alcoholic beverages under 6

and 7 sections can be granted permanently or for individual

time period.



section 3 of The who have a permanent permission to serve

spirits have, after notification to the municipality, the right to spice

spirit drink for serving as snaps of their own

serving the movement.



4 § the operator catering for private parties can

be communicated to the permanent licence provided

to the premises where the dispensing takes place for every occasion

notified to and approved by the municipality.



The catering business should have a private kitchen for

preparation of foods to get permanently

licence.



§ 5 hotels which have restaurants with

licence in their premises, catering

alcoholic beverages be made in the hotel room (room service). In such a

Hotels also get refreshments from the minibar in your hotel room to take place.



section 6 of the organisation of tasting of spirits, wine, beer

or other fermented alcoholic beverages at events targeted to

the general public is permitted provided that



1. the organiser has a permanent licence as

includes the drinks provsmakningen relates, and the premises where

provsmakningen will take place, or



2. the wholesale distributors who take part individually or jointly seeking

and receive a temporary permit for the tasting of

the drinks referred to be offered.



Holder referred to in the first subparagraph 1 shall, before

event is taking place make a notification to the municipality.

Law (2012:205).



section 7 of The manufacturers of alcoholic beverages from raw materials

produced on the farm and who have a permanent

licence has the right, after notification to the municipality,

at the site offer tasting of the

homemade drinks.



If such a condition exists, the manufacturer may offer


tasting of home-made alcoholic beverages at

the manufacturing site for special permit for tasting.



section 8 serving of beer, with the restrictions

provided for in this Act, if the activities are carried out in such

rooms or other spaces in buildings or means of transport

as



1. included in the establishments approved under regulation

announced pursuant to section 7 of the 1 Food Act (2006:804) or

registered in accordance with European Parliament and Council regulation

(EC) No 852/2004 of 29 april 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, and



2. are intended for permanent operation with food and

where food is served at the same time.



Despite the first paragraph, beer is served in cases such as

specified in paragraph 1 (a), paragraph 1 (b) or of the holder of the

licence.



Anyone who intends to carry on serving of beer shall notify

the activities of the municipality where the cafeteria. Serving

may not begin before notification is made. The foregoing applies

not in the case referred to in paragraph 1 (a), paragraph 1 (b) or the

licence.



The one who is obliged under the third paragraph, the exercise

special control (self-check). For

own control, there should be a business appropriate

software. Law (2012:205).



§ 9 the municipality shall provide information about

According to this law and related regulations and guidelines

for the application of regulations in the municipality.



section 10 of the application for a licence must be made in writing.



The municipality may levy a fee for examination pursuant to the grounds

decided by the City Council.



The municipality may also levy a fee for inspections pursuant to Chapter 9. of the

who has the licence and of the operator

notifiable retail or serving of beer.



The Government may provide for the period within which the

the municipality shall take a decision on the licence.



section 11 of the application for a permanent licence may not

be accepted without Police opinion was acquired.

The same applies, if the arrangement of only

a slight, temporary licence to

service to the public.



In its opinion, the police should account for all

elements that form the basis of authority

in each case and, in particular, comment on the applicant's

General fitness for the business.



If an application relating to serving in or next to a military

In addition, the area gathered by him military opinion

Director before an application may be granted. Law (2014:770).



section 12 of the licence may only be notified to the who indicate that

He or she, taking account of their personal and financial

conditions and circumstances are otherwise appropriate to

pursue the activity and that the business will be operated in

accordance with the requirements laid down in this law.



The applicant shall, by taking a sample view that he or she

have the knowledge of this law and related regulations

required to lawfully exercise

catering business.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for the test referred to in the second subparagraph and if

except in certain cases from the obligation to pass the test.

Law (2011:1110).



paragraph 13 of The authorised for serving to the public or

a permanent permit for serving in the end companies, may

buy the spirit drinks, wine, strong beer and other fermented

alcoholic beverages are required for movement only by wholesale distributors

or of the retail company. The authorised for

serving in the end joined in a single operation or in

during a single time period, may purchase the drinks

only in retail company.



Premises and equipment



section 14 licence shall include a certain defined

space at the disposal of the holder of the authorization.



Special permit can however be notified of multiple licence holders

leveraging a common serving space. If this has happened

the licensee shall be responsible for the order and sobriety in the

serving the space as well as to what are otherwise applicable under

This law is observed during the time he or she engages in

serving there.



15 § Habitual condition for serving to the public,

only be granted if the premises have a private kitchen in

connection to breakfast as well as provide cooked

or otherwise prepared food. Guests will be offered

a variety of cuisine. After 23:00,

food supply is limited to a few simple dishes.



The premises shall be equipped with a relative to

the size of the appropriate number of seats for food service.

If there is a drink bar, it may take only a small

part of the serveringsställets total surface and be located in the near

adjacent to the dining room.



Temporary permit for serving to the public,

granted if the premises providing prepared food.

The same applies to a permit for serving in the end company.



Conditions for the serving of beer, wine and other fermented

alcoholic beverage in foyers to the theatre or concert venue during

break in performance or concert may be notified without

food service. It is also not a requirement for food catering on

tasting in accordance with section 6 or 7. Law (2012:205).



section 16 of the rooms used for serving to the public or

for catering to private parties by the Permanent

licence shall be appropriate from

fire safety point of view.



17 § About serving alcohol because of serveringsställets

location or for other reasons, likely causing a nuisance

in terms of order and sobriety or particular risk for the

human health, the licence may be refused even if other

requirements of the law are met.



Staff



section 18 of the licensee or by him appointed June 2012

person shall have the supervision of serving and being present at

licensed premises throughout the serving hours. The last case

but not at room service. It is June 2012 should

be at least 20 years and be suitable for the task in the light of

their personal characteristics and circumstances.



The licensee shall notify the municipality or the

persons who have been designated to be responsible for the serving of

alcoholic beverages.



Only those who are employed by the holder of the authorization or that is

hired by an employment agency may be hired as kitchen-or

waiters or of information which is of importance for

order and sobriety. However, this does not apply to the stewards

designated pursuant to article 2 of the 4 Act (1980:578) if the stewards.

Restaurant schools with licence and, after

agreement with the school, while other restaurants with such a

permit may engage the services of the school's educational restaurant

pupils.



Serving hours, etc.



section 19 of the municipality decides during the times that alcoholic beverages may

served. In determining the time of serving, particularly

taken into account what is stated in section 17.



If not the municipality decides otherwise, the serving of spirits,

wine, strong beer or other fermented alcoholic beverages cannot be started

earlier than 11.00 a.m. and didn't last longer than to watch

1 am.



The premises must be evacuated within 30 minutes after

serveringstidens output.



The first-third paragraphs do not apply

room service at hotels or minibars in hotel rooms under section 5.



20 § In serving alcoholic beverages to the responsible personnel see

to moderation and the disturbances due to

disorder or drunk.



section 21 of the price of an alcoholic drink may not be set when serving

lower than the purchase price for the drink plus a reasonable mark-up.

The pricing may not be carried out in such a way that the sale

of drinks with higher alcohol content. Guests may not

invited or induced to buy alcoholic beverages.



section 22 By serving alcoholic beverages should be easy to drink

available in the satisfactory range and scope.



section 23 From a serving with licence may not

any result in spirit drinks, wine, strong beer or other fermented

alcoholic beverages that have been in the building. This does not apply

Hotel rooms with minibar.



section 24 of the public houses in which the licence applies,

No drink or allowed to drink other alcohol beverages than

those who have been in accordance with the authorization. This

does not apply to hotel rooms.



Nor may any drink or allowed to drink

alcoholic beverages at a public houses where alcohol beverages are not

get served or in a local professional are licensed for

organisation of gatherings in private parties at which food

or drink provided by the holder or his

merchandise and where serving alcoholic beverages is not permitted.



Alcoholic beverages may not be served in a local referred to in

This clause must not be stored in premises or

related areas.



The prohibitions under this section does not apply in the case of beer.



section 25 of the head of the Department of State may waive the 13

and 24 § § on request of foreign States and international

organizations referred to in the Act (1976:661) on the privileges and

privileges in some cases.



Chapter 9. Supervision, etc.



section 1 of the public health agency has, within the limits

in paragraphs 3 and 4, supervision over compliance with this Act and the

connecting regulation.



The County Board has oversight within the County. The County Board shall also

assist local governments with advice on their business.

Team (2013:635).



section 2 of the local government and police authorities have oversight over


compliance with the rules governing the serving of

alcoholic beverages.



The municipality and the police also have oversight over

retail sale of beer.



The municipality shall set up an inspection plan to be submitted to the

the County Administrative Board. Law (2014:770).



section 3, for the supervision of compliance with the rules on

marketing in Chapter 7. There are special rules in

the Marketing Act (2008:486). Supervision of compliance with

the provisions against those who have licence may,

in the case of marketing of licensed premises, is also of

the municipality. For municipal supervision does not apply to Chapter 7. section 8.



section 4 of the Swedish tax agency has regulatory oversight over compliance with

the provisions of Chapter 4. 2 §.



§ 5 the municipality's functions under this Act to be performed by the

or the boards as the City Council determines.



section 6, a municipality may conclude agreement with another municipality if that

information that the municipality has under this Act shall be made fully

or in part by the other municipality. The municipality may not, however,

transfer the power to decide matters relating to



1. the action referred to in Chapter 3. section 10,



2. notification of the licence in accordance with Chapter 8. section 1,



3. notice of objection or warning according to Chapter 9. section 17,



4. withdrawal of the licence in accordance with Chapter 9. section 18,

or



5. notification of sales ban under Chapter 9. § 19.



section 7 a municipality that has taken a decision on a matter under

This law shall send a copy of the decision to

The public health agency and the State Provincial Office concerned by

the decision and to the police. If the decision relates to the

Special provisions concerning marketing, a copy of

the decision will also be sent to the Consumer Agency.



A municipality shall issue the evidence of the condition that the municipality has

announced.



The Government or the authority, as the Government determines

Announcing the details of what information such

the evidence should include. Law (2014:770).



section 8 upon request by another supervisory authority, municipality of

supply the information necessary for their supervision.

The municipality shall also, upon request of the tax authority or customs service

provide the data necessary for taxation or imposition

by customs.



The police authority shall inform other regulatory agencies if

conditions that are relevant to their

supervision.



The Swedish enforcement authority shall notify the person concerned

licensing authority if a licensee deficiencies in their

obligations relating to the payment of taxes or social security contributions. On

the request of the provincial government, such notification is given to the

this.



At the request of a regulatory authority to police authorities and

The Swedish tax authorities and other authorities who receives or collects

tax or duty leave information

the supervisory authority will need his authorisation or

supervision. Law (2014:770).



§ 9 the police authority must, on request, provide the other

supervisory authority the assistance needed for the purposes of

13 to 15 sections.



A request referred to in the first subparagraph may only be made if



1. the particular circumstances give reason to suspect that

the action cannot be taken without a police man's special

powers under section 10 of the law on police (1984:387)

used, or



2. There are serious reasons.

Law (2014:770).



section 10 State and local government agencies shall inform the

authority that the Government determines whether they are in their business,

knowledge of something that may be relevant to the application of

the provisions of Chapter 6. If the sale of technical spirit and

alcoholic preparations.



section 11 of The licence has been granted shall notify in

the municipality where he or she intends to begin operations.



The notification shall also be made, if the business closes or if

failure occurs in it. If the business changes to their

scope or in any other respect, relevant to

supervision should also be notified, as well as significant

change in ownership.



Notification must be made in advance, or if the relationship

led notification have not been foreseen, without

delay.



section 12 If the person has a licence under this Act

has passed away, or a trustee under Chapter 11. 7 §

parental code with missions involving movement and want to

the estate or the trustee to continue the movement, the notifications

be made at the commune. The notification must be received no later than two

months after the death or the decision on the nominee. Has

notification is not received within this time, the condition that

apply.



Have it as a licence been declared bankrupt

the State ceases to apply immediately. To the estate

continue movement to new application to be made at the commune.

The municipality shall treat such application as a matter of priority.



With regard to the manufacture, wholesale or

trade with technical spirit pursuant to this law, the corresponding

notification referred to in the first and second subparagraphs shall be made to

The public health agency. Team (2013:635).



section 13, If a regulatory authority requests it, a holder,

or carrying on business under this Act, submit

access to the establishment and associated facilities and

provide documents relating to the business, and without

remuneration for supervision, leave samples

needed and present information on the comprehensiveness and

development.



What is said in the first paragraph also applies to relationships between

a wholesale tax.



section 14 of the posting in a movement that is licensed or

who else is conducted pursuant to this Act shall be so designed

to control of operations is possible. The operator of

the movement is obliged, upon request of a supervisory authority show

up accounting documents.



Licence holders, manufacturers, wholesalers and the one that

trade with technical spirit is required to

the supervisory authority shall provide the information necessary for

that the authority should be able to keep statistics of activities under

This law.



section 15, at the request of the supervisory authority, the operator of

catering or retail of beer leave

information and documents needed for supervision.

The supervisory authority has the right to have access to the operating

premises in order to exercise supervision.



section 15 (a) in order to provide a basis for a dialogue between the municipality

and that leaves out beer in accordance with Chapter 5. § 5 If

the obligation to satisfy itself that the recipient has achieved

the age referred to in Chapter 3. section 7, the municipality may implement

control purchase. When such a purchase, the municipality will only hire a

person who has reached the age of 18.



A control purchases may be carried out without the trader

be informed in advance if the control purchase. The municipality shall, as soon as possible

After a completed control purchase, inform the trader about

control purchase. Law (2014:121).



15 b of the information gained through the control purchase must not be

basis for the municipality to notify prohibition or warning under 9

Cape. § 19.



The Government or the authority that the Government may

provide for the implementation of the control purchase.

Law (2014:121).



section 16 of the tax agency shall notify public health authority

the work in its verification activities, there is reason to assume that

It has committed violations of the provisions of this law.

Team (2013:635).



Withdrawal, etc.



section 17 a municipality may notify the holder of the licence

a reminder, or in more serious cases or repeated

infringements, a warning if it does not



1. meet the requirements for State message,

or



2. follow the rules applicable to service under this

the law or the conditions or regulations issued pursuant

of the law.



18 § a municipality shall revoke a licence if the



1. the State will no longer be exploited,



2. the licensee has taken place with the knowledge of criminal

activities at licensed premises or in connection with this

without the licensee has acted, or



3. the licensee has contravened this Act or the

other terms for the condition in such a manner that warning

is not a sufficient intervention action, or have been assigned

one or more warnings without the conditions that led to the

the warning has been corrected.



If multiple licence holders have exercised a joint

the serving space in accordance with Chapter 8. paragraph, in

rather than the State of the shared hospitality space,

If it can't be investigated which licensee is responsible

for an event that will lead to the withdrawal of

serving the State.



Intervention



section 19 gives rise to retail or serving of beer

nuisance in terms of order and sobriety, or if

the provisions of this law are not followed, the municipality may prohibit

the sale to continue operations

or, if the ban is too restrictive action, notify a

warning.



The prohibition referred to in the first subparagraph may be limited to

for certain specified times or during certain details

specified circumstances. Prohibition is communicated for a period of six

months or, in the case of repeated or serious omission, twelve

months from the time of the sale a

part of the decision.



The municipality in which the point is located decides on

intervention under this section. Is missing fixed

sales point decides the municipality where the company

conducting the sale has its registered office or where the person

conducting the sale is domiciled. If the person does not have

domiciled in the country decides the Stockholm municipality.



section 20 of the municipality may prohibit the serving of


alcoholic drinks on special properties in accordance with Chapter 8. 1 b of the

continue with serving or, if the ban is too

intervention measure, announce a warning, if the operator

the cafeteria does not comply with the provisions of order and sobriety

in Chapter 3. paragraph 5, second subparagraph, age limits in section 7 or

disclosure of alcohol drinks in section 8. The ban prompted a time

of six months from the time the operator serving

has a part of it.



The municipality where the premises are located decides on

intervention as referred to in the first subparagraph. Law (2012:205).



10 Cape. Appeal

section 1 of the public health agency or a municipality's decision pursuant to

This Act or the regulations may be appealed to the connecting

General administrative courts.



Leave to appeal is required for an appeal to

the administrative court.



Decisions under this Act shall be effective immediately if

otherwise specified in the decision. Team (2013:635).



11 kap. Penalty provisions



section 1 of the



1. manufacturing liquor or spirits without having the right to

under this Act, or



2. acquire, hold, drag, hide or store liquor

or spirits which are wrongful manufactured



is convicted of illegal dealings in spirits to the fine or imprisonment

in a maximum of two years.



section 2 of the manufacture, transfer or possession of a

distillation apparatus or appliance part in violation of Chapter 2. 1 §

the second subparagraph shall be liable to a fine or imprisonment of up to one year.



section 3 of The who, intentionally or negligently:



1. sell liquor or alcoholic beverages without a license or

otherwise in violation of this law,



2. serve spirit drinks, wine, strong beer or other fermented

alcoholic beverages that have been acquired in a manner other than specified in the

Chapter 8. section 13, or



3. selling liquor in contravention of the provisions of Chapter 6. section 4 first

subparagraph or paragraph 5, second subparagraph



sentenced for unlawful sale of alcohol to a fine or

imprisonment of up to two years.



section 4 If an offence specified in § 1 or 3 committed

intentionally and are abusive, is sentenced to imprisonment for not less than six

months and a maximum of six years. In determining whether the offence is aggravated

It shall in particular be taken into account if the Act has been a part of a

activities carried out professionally or in larger

scale, or have been geared toward young people.



paragraph 5 of The producing beer, strong beer, wine or other fermented

alcoholic beverages in violation of this law shall be liable to a fine or

imprisonment of up to six months.



section 6 of the alcoholic beverages for the purpose of unlawfully selling

those convicted of illegal possession of alcoholic beverages to a fine

or imprisonment not exceeding two years.



section 7 of The who, either intentionally or negligently, procures,

consign or bid on alcoholic beverages in violation of Chapter 3.

§ 9 convicted for wrongful acquisition of alcoholic beverages to a fine

or imprisonment not exceeding two years or, if the crime is gross, to

imprisonment not exceeding four years.



§ 8 the one who intentionally or negligently sells technical

spirits or alcoholic preparations in violation of the regulations on the

denaturation announced pursuant to Chapter 6. 10 § 3 shall be liable to a

fines.



To the same penalty person who willfully



1. sell or dispense alcoholic preparations in violation of the

Chapter 6. section 7,



2. sell tech spirits in battle with regulations announced by

support of Chapter 6. 10 § 1, or



3. managing technical spirits or alcoholic preparations for battle

with the provisions adopted pursuant to Chapter 6. 10 § 4.



§ 9 the one who intentionally or negligently sell or leave

out alcoholic beverages in violation of Chapter 3. 7 or 8 § to someone who

has not reached the prescribed age or are noticeably

under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicants, or at

wholesale fails to as prescribed in Chapter 4. paragraph 3 of the

make sure that the buyer is entitled to resell or

purchase of the goods is sentenced for illegal beverage management to fine

or imprisonment not exceeding six months.



For illegal beverage management condemned also the



1. storage of alcoholic beverage in violation of Chapter 3. section 2, first paragraph

or Chapter 8. section 24, third subparagraph,



2. allow consuming alcohol in violation of Chapter 8. section 24 of the first

or, second subparagraph,



3. sell beer in violation of prohibitions issued under Chapter 9.

Article 19, or



4. serves alcoholic beverages in violation of the ban issued

According to Chapter 9. section 20.



The responsibility should not be judged on that, in violation of Chapter 3. section 2 of the

the first paragraph or Chapter 8. 24 paragraph store

alcoholic beverages, if the circumstances show that the drink

was intended for other than sale or consumption on the site.

Law (2012:205).



section 10 of the Act Is referred to in 1, 3 or 5 – section 9 to be

call shall not be responsible. Law (2011:1110).



section 11 of the attempt or preparation to the crimes referred to in 1, 3

and 7 §§ is sentenced to liability under Chapter 23. the Penal Code. This

does not apply to the Act referred to in paragraph 2 and which only

applies to the acquisition or possession for personal use.



It to any legally obtained alcohol beverages have

acquired for personal use should be free from liability for

participation to the offences referred to in this chapter.



paragraph 12 of the rules relating to liability for unlawful entry and exit

of spirits and alcoholic beverages available in the Act (2000:1225) of punishment

for smuggling.



12 Cape. Forfeiture



section 1 of the alcohol, alcoholic beverages and alcoholic preparations which have

been the subject of an offence under this Act, or their value as well as

the exchange of such breach shall be declared forfeited. The same

for what someone has received as compensation for costs incurred in

related to such an offence, or the value of the received, if

receiving criminal offences under this Act. Forfeiture of

alcoholic beverages can be made even in those who are free from liability for

offence under Chapter 11. 11 section. Law (2012:205).



2 § Have liquor or alcoholic beverages illegally manufactured,

even stills, apparatus parts and accessories which have

used in manufacture, raw materials which has obviously been

intended for manufacture and preparation, and vessel and

packaging the goods have been stored in, be declared forfeited.

Similarly, stores of purification and filtration medium which

obviously intended for purification or filtration of unlawfully

crafted spirits explained forfeited.



Distillation apparatus and appliance parts which have been subject

for offences under Chapter 11. section 2 or the value thereof, and exchange of

such offences shall be declared forfeited.



3 § in addition to what is stated in paragraph 2 of the get property that has been used as

assistive products for offences under this Act be declared forfeited, if

It is needed to prevent crimes or otherwise

special reasons. The same applies to property which has been designed

to be used as a tool for offences under this Act if

the crime was completed or if the procedure has been a

punishable attempt or a criminal preparation. Instead

for the property, its value is declared forfeited.



paragraph 4 of the Decree on confiscation pursuant to paragraph 1 or 2 shall not

be notified about it would be manifestly unfair.



§ 5/expires U: 2016-05-01/

In the case of liquor or alcoholic beverages that can be assumed to be

forfeited the law (1958:205) on confiscation of

alcoholic beverages and more, mutatis mutandis. Alcohol drinks

that have been set up in a temporary storage facility referred to in 3

Cape. section 7 of the Customs Act (2000:1281) shall be deemed to be forfeited if the

not have been taken out from the warehouse within 30 days from

upload. What has been said also applies in the case of

those seized by the Customs and Excise Department for

temporary storage without having to be set up in temporary storage.



§ 5/comes into force in: 2016-05-01/

In the case of liquor or alcoholic beverages that can be assumed to be forfeited applicable law (1958:205) on confiscation of alcoholic beverages and more alcoholic beverages that have been set up in such a facility for temporary storage within the meaning of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 952/2013 of 9 October 2013, laying down the community Union shall be deemed to be forfeited if they are not removed from the plant within 30 days from upload. This also applies in the case of those seized by the customs service for temporary storage without that added up to a temporary storage facility. Law (2016:285).



Chapter 13. Register



section 1 of the public health agency, with the help of automated

the treatment keep a central register of supervision,

monitoring and evaluation of the application and

production of statistics. Team (2013:635).



2 § the register must contain information on those who have permission

or do business under this Act.



In the register may be processed data on



1. name or business, personal, coordination, registration

or corporate registration number, address and telephone number, and



2. the activities of the State and on the terms which have

announced for this.



section 3 of the Government may provide that information to the registry,

is obtained from records kept by State or municipal

authority.



section 4 of the Swedish tax agency receives for their supervision according to this law have

direct access to information about licence in

the registry.



paragraph 5 of the provisions of the personal data Act (1998:204) for rectification

and damages also applies to the processing of personal data

According to this law.



Transitional provisions



1. this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2011, when the alcohol Act

(1994:1738) and Act (1961:181) for the sale of technical

spirits etc.



2. Notification of retail trade with and serving of beer under

Chapter 5. section 6, or 6. 1 a of the older Act applies as notification


of the sale and serving of beer, according to Chapter 5. section 5 or

Chapter 8. section 8 of the new law.



3. Licence granted prior to the entry into force

shall apply to that licence under the new law.