Regulation (2009:1397) Of The Veterinary Services Of General Economic Interest

Original Language Title: Förordning (2009:1397) om veterinär service av allmänt ekonomiskt intresse

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Read the untranslated law here: http://rkrattsbaser.gov.se/sfst?bet=2009:1397

section 1 of this Regulation shall apply in the case of veterinary service of

General economic interest.



With the veterinary service of general economic interest within the meaning

the following activities.



1. participation in an emergency response organization in the event of an outbreak of

contagious animal diseases.



2. preparedness for animal care during on-call time.



3. The animal health and animal care in areas of the country where

It is considered that adequate veterinary services

could be operated on commercial basis.



section 2 of the State's agricultural work may conclude contracts relating to the obligation to

carry out veterinary service of general economic interest.



paragraph 3 of the Agriculture Department must ensure that an agreement within the meaning of section 2 of the

contains



1. name of exporter.



2. an obligation on the exporter to carry out one or more of

the activities listed in section 1,



3. indication of the period during which the performer is obliged

to perform the activity or activities,



4. indication of the geographical area referred to in

the obligation,



5. the meaning of the rest of the obligation to perform

operations or activities,



6. the compensation determined for mission against

view of what is stated in section 4,



7. provisions for the payment of the remuneration,



8. the conditions that may be needed for supervision and

follow-up of its terms, and



9. What are the requirements on competence and skills required

on the exporter.



If the agreement is not concluded following an open tender procedure in

accordance with the provisions of the Act (2007:1091) on public

procurement, the Agriculture Department should ensure that the agreement in addition to

as specified in the first paragraph contains



1. the costs are reimbursed within the limits of

operations or activities,



2. an obligation for such performers as also engaged in other

economic activities other than those referred to in the agreement to

establish a separate presentation of different activities,



3. an obligation on the exporter to repay such

excess compensation determined in accordance with paragraph 5 of the together with interest,



4. a provision that the compensation shall be renegotiated if

over-compensation occurred, and



5. the conditions that may be needed for supervision and

follow-up to the allowance does not entail that the performer

overcompensated.



section 4 If an agreement on veterinary service of general economic

interest not be concluded following an open tender procedure in

accordance with the provisions of the Act (2007:1091) on public

procurement, the Agriculture Department should ensure that the agreement with

performer provides that compensation shall

determined on the basis



(a) the exporter's obligation to costs) perform or

the activities that are part of the agreement,



(b)) all in the exporter's income or the activities

as part of the agreement, and



(c)) that the exporter must assimilate a reasonable profit on

because of the activities that are included in the agreement.



If the agreement is not concluded following an open tender procedure in

accordance with the provisions of the Act (2007:1091) on public

procurement, the Agriculture Department will annually verify if

changing conditions in the market for veterinary services

means that the amount determined under the contract, would appear to be

as unreasonably high (overcompensation).



5 § If overcompensation has been found at a control according to 4

section, the Agriculture Department to recover it

excess amount.



If replacement is required back to even rate required.



section 6 of the Agriculture Department may provide for

the implementation of this regulation.



section 7 of the Swedish decision pursuant to this Regulation shall not

be appealed.



Provisions concerning appeals before the Court can be found in Chapter 16. the law

(2007:1091) on government procurement.