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Regulation (2007:833) With Instruction For State Retirement Pension And Group Life Board

Original Language Title: Förordning (2007:833) med instruktion för Statens tjänstepensions- och grupplivnämnd

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section 1 of the State occupational pension and group life Board is responsible


1. the exercise of the employer's powers under State

pension provisions in force on 31 december 1991 or

previous to the degree Government or, in the case of

workers at the Parliament or its agencies,

Member of the Board,

2. consider issues by the key to the agreement on

State occupational group life insurance or Government

decisions should be dealt with by the Board,

3. consider matters which, according to the employers ' the key to agreement on

occupational group life insurance within the Parliament or its

Government employee area or under the parliamentary Board of Directors

decisions should be dealt with by the Board, and

4. examine issues of calculation of retirement in accordance with paragraph 6 of

the transitional rules to the pension plan for employees of

the State and others. (PA-91) as regards cases where seniority factor

is greater than the General tilläggspensionens score year factor and

the pension due to transition from gross to

NET system is substantially lower than it otherwise would have


The Board also examines the issue of calculating the pension under the

4 the first paragraph of such workers who have pension rights

According to the Regulation (1991:1427) on occupational pension for certain

workers of non-government employment.


section 2 of the Authority is headed by a Board.

paragraph 3 of the Board shall consist of eight members. For each Member,

but the Chairman and Vice-Chairman, should there be a

personal deputies.


section 4 of the State occupational pension works perform administrative and

supervisory tasks for the authority. Regulation (2010:562).

Caseload management

§ 5 the Board is a quorum when at least five members, among them

Chairman or vice Chairman, are present. Of the

Members who are not the Chairman or Vice-Chairman shall

half of being appointed on a proposal of the

State employees ' main organisations.

section 6 of the Board may in its rules of procedure, or in the specific decisions

hand over to the President or someone who performs tasks for

authority under paragraph 4 to decide cases that don't need

decided by the Board.

section 7 Cases will be determined after the presentation.

The Board may, in its rules of procedure provide, or in a

case-by-case basis, decide that matters will be decided according to paragraph 6 do not

need is preferred.

section 8 Of the emerges dissenting opinions in a discussion,

apply the provisions of Chapter 16 of the. the code of judicial procedure if

vote in civil proceedings.

§ 9 the authority shall notify its decision to the

State occupational pension works as well as to the employer's plant or,

as regards workers in the Parliament or its

authorities, of the Government. Notification of

decisions referred to in article 1, first paragraph 1 shall also be submitted to the

authority where the employee is employed.

Regulation (2010:562).

Annual statement

10 § the museums shall, by 22 February each year leave a

report to the Government on its activities over the past

the calendar year.

Positions and assignments

section 11 of the Vice-President is appointed by the Government.

Three members and their alternates, other than the Chairman and the

Vice Chairman, appointed by the Government after proposal by the

State employees ' main organisations.

Applicability of certain regulations

section 12 of the Ordinance (2000:605) on the annual accounts and

budget information should not apply to the authority.

Exemptions from government regulation

paragraph 13 of the following provisions of the Government agencies Ordinance (2007:515)

shall not apply to the authority:

§ 5 If the delegation,

sections 15 and 16 for a quorum, and

section 20 on the presentation.


section 14 of the Authority's decisions in the cases referred to in § 1 shall not

subject to appeal.