Regulation (2009:1396) On Support To Companies With Distant Animal Husbandry For Certain Veterinary Costs

Original Language Title: Förordning (2009:1396) om stöd till företag med avlägset belägen djurhållning för vissa veterinärkostnader

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Read the untranslated law here: http://rkrattsbaser.gov.se/sfst?bet=2009:1396

(1) assistance under this Regulation may be provided subject to availability

on funds to companies with distant animal husbandry

Veterinary travel costs in the care of the critically ill animals

exclusively kept for the production of food.



Support is not provided if the company hires a vet on

excessively long distance from livestock farming, on the other

veterinarian available within short distance.



2 §/expires U: 2016-02-01/assistance under this regulation is submitted in support of the

less importance pursuant to Commission Regulation (EC) no

1535/2007 of 20 december 2007 on the application of

Articles 87 and 88 of the EC Treaty to de minimis aid

importance in the sector for the production of agricultural products.



Of the Regulation (2008:437) on State aid

importance in the sector for the production of agricultural products

and the fisheries sector provides for State support of

less importance in the sector for the production of

agricultural products.



2 section/entry into force: 2016-02-01/

Aid under this Regulation provided that a de minimis aid under Commission Regulation (EU) No 1408/2013 of 18 december 2013 on the application of articles 107 and 108 of the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union on de minimis aid in the agriculture sector. Regulation (2015:1012).



3 § U/expires: 2016-02-01/

Questions about the aid review by the Agriculture Department.



section 3 entry into force/in: 2016-02-01/

Questions about payments examined by the State's agricultural work.

Regulation (2015:1012).



section 4 of the application for aid shall be made by the veterinarian who performed the

Ordinance and company will be in the form of a

reduced travel time fee.



paragraph 5 of the decision on aid shall contain the conditions that may be needed

for the supervision and monitoring of how the aid is distributed among the

final beneficiaries.



section 6 a beneficiary is obliged to refund if



1. the aid granted on the basis of incorrect or incomplete

information of the applicant;



2. the beneficiary seriously violates conditions

applying for aid, or



3. something else occurs, that means that the beneficiary with

account of the aim of the scheme should not be allowed to have this remain.



section 7 of the Agriculture Department should decide to fully or partially require

back a paid aid if the conditions for

the repayment obligation referred to in section 6 are met. The amount

required return may be reduced if there is a

less deviation from the terms of the aid or

If for no other reason can be considered unreasonable to require

back the full amount.



If a paid aid required back, interest will be charged.



§ 8 the Agriculture Department may announce further provisions concerning

support, support, application procedure, content in

the application, supervision, recoveries and interest. The work may also notify

detailed rules for the implementation of this regulation.



§ 9 the Agriculture Department supervises the provisions of

This regulation and the provisions of the regulations

granted under this regulation.



9 a §/comes into force in: 2016-02-01/

Agriculture Department shall keep the records referred to in article 6(4) of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1408/2013.



The Agriculture Department will provide the information to the company as is clear from article 6(1) of that regulation.

Regulation (2015:1012).



paragraph 10 of the Decision pursuant to this Regulation may not be appealed.