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section 1 of the Inspectorate for health and social care shall take
decision on the permit in accordance with section 6 of the Act (2001:499) about circumcision
of boys within two months from the time a complete
the application has been submitted to the supervision authority. If it is necessary
because of the investigation of the case, the processing time for
no more than one time may be extended by a maximum of two months. The applicant
shall be informed of the reasons for the turnaround time is extended
before the original deadline has expired.
A decision to extend the processing time may not
subject to appeal.
Paragraph 8 of law (2009:1079) on services in the internal market
provides for acknowledgement of receipt should be sent to
the applicant when a complete application has been submitted and if
the content of such evidence. Regulation (2013:191).
section 2 Of the Inspectorate for health and social care in a case if the
authorization pursuant to section 6 of the Act (2001:499) about the circumcision of boys
request the applicant to submit certificates, certificates or other
similar documents showing that a particular licensing requirements are
met, the Inspectorate accept equivalent documents from a
State of the European economic area.
The inspection may, however, request that the document be submitted in original
or in a certified copy or as a certified
translation into Swedish. Regulation (2013:191).
paragraph 3 of article 3 of the Regulation (1985:796) with certain appropriations for
The National Board of health to provide accommodation see
provisions relating to the Board's may provide
referred to in section 11 of the Act (2001:499) about the circumcision of boys.
1. this Regulation shall enter into force on december 27, 2009.
2. applications for authorization pursuant to section 6 of the Act (2001:499) about
circumcision of boys who come in to the National Board before
entry into force but which have not yet been resolved are dealt with
According to the old rules.
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