Wildlife Damage Regulation (2001:724)

Original Language Title: Viltskadeförordning (2001:724)

Read the untranslated law here: http://rkrattsbaser.gov.se/sfst?bet=2001:724

General provision



§ 1 subject to availability of funds provided contributions of State funds for

measures to prevent damage by wildlife and to replace

damage by wildlife in accordance with the provisions of this regulation.



Contribution to the prevention and compensation for damage

clean



under paragraph 3 of article 2 of the Subsidies and compensation under paragraph 4 shall be submitted to

measures and for damages within a samebys grazing area in Sweden

and in those areas in Norway occupied by Swedish Sami villages

with the support of the Convention on 9 February 1972 between Sweden and

Norway on renbetning.



section 3 of the Sami Parliament, to a Sami village contribute to measures

to prevent the Wolf, bear, Wolverine, Lynx or Golden Eagle

causes damage to reindeer. Contributions may only be made after

application and for measures that are not normally included in

reindeer husbandry. Regulation (2013:1098).



section 4 of the Sami Parliament provides compensation for damage to reindeer caused

by Wolf, bear, Wolverine, Lynx or Golden Eagle. The financial contribution shall

but the application is paid to a Sami village except in the cases referred to

in section 10.



§ 5 compensation for damage caused by wolves, Wolverines and Lynx

be submitted on the basis of the number of föryngringar or regular

or temporary presence of respective predator species within

the Sami community's grazing area. Compensation for damage caused by

bear and Golden Eagle provided of species within a samebys

the grazing area.



paragraph 6 of the proposal of the Sámi Parliament, the Government decides which

the amount of compensation shall be made available to the Sami villages of



1. rejuvenation of wolves, Wolverines and lynxes in a samebys

the grazing area and



2. regular or occasional presence of wolves, Wolverines and lynxes.



After the proposal of the Sámi Parliament, the Government decides which

total amount of compensation shall be made for damage caused by bears and

Golden Eagle causes on reindeer.



The compensation referred to in the second subparagraph are allocated between the

eligible Sámi communities in relation to

the grazing area area.



section 7 compensation under section 6, the first subparagraph is calculated with

the leadership of the



1. medelslaktvärdet on a clean plus honrenarnas

production value,



2. estimates of how many reindeer killed by respective

the predator species,



3. estimates of the extent to which the calves and

adult reindeer killed by the predator species and



4. the more work that attacks by the predatory nature of causes.



The total amount of compensation for damage caused by bears and

Golden Eagle causes on reindeer calculated using conditions

in the first paragraph.



section 8 Has been repealed by Regulation (2009:1264).



§ 9 Sami Parliament decision on compensation to a Sami village,

based on the results of the investigations according to section 8 of the other

paragraph Regulation (2009:1263) concerning the management of bear,

Wolf, Wolverine, Lynx and Golden Eagles.



The presence of wolves, brown bears, Wolverines, Lynx or Golden Eagle that do not

established by the provincial government gives a right to compensation only

If there are special reasons and the occurrence can be determined.

Before compensation is payable in such cases, the County Administrative Board is given

opportunity to be heard. Regulation (2009:1264).



section 10 If one or more predators of the same species for a limited

time period and within a limited area kills or harms a

large number of cleanses leave Sami Parliament after application replacement

for the damage caused to the owner of the killed the reindeer. Compensation

calculated from the reindeer's slaughter value with the addition of

honrenarnas production value. Payment may also be made for

the more work that can be substantiated.



The compensation may be granted only if the damage has been inspected by the

the County Administrative Board.



Contribution to the prevention and compensation for damage

other than pure



11 §/expires U: 2016-01-01/County Board may make contribution to measures to

prevent damage by wildlife other than clean.



The County Board may provide compensation for damage by wildlife at different

than pure if it is manifestly unfair to the injured yourself

shall be responsible for the costs of the damage.



For the purposes referred to in the first and second subparagraphs, the

especially if the game may be hunted, the extent and

the ability to implement an effective protective hunting or other

damage prevention.



11 §/entry into force: 01/01/2016/County Board may make contribution to measures to prevent damage by wildlife other than reindeer, fish and fishing gear.



The County Board may provide compensation for loss of wildlife other than pure if it is manifestly unfair to the injured person himself should answer for the costs of the damage.



For the purposes referred to in the first and second subparagraph shall in particular be taken into account if the game may be hunted, the extent of the damage and the ability to implement an effective protective hunting or other injury prevention measures. Regulation (2015:841).



section 12 of the County Board may, on application, leave substitution if a

person killed or injured by a bear, it is clear

unfair to the injured himself shall be responsible for the

the damage costs rise.



Appropriations



section 13/expires U: 2016-01-01/Swedish environmental protection agency, or the Sami Parliament as regards

reindeer husbandry, may provide for grants and

employee benefits. Regulation (2009:1264).



section 13/entry into force: 01/01/2016/environmental protection agency may provide for allowances and compensation concerning damage other than damage to wild fish and fishing gear.



Marine and water may provide for compensation for damage of wild fish and fishing gear.



The Sami Parliament may provide for allowances and remuneration relating to damage of the game when it comes to reindeer husbandry.

Regulation (2015:841).



Appeal



section 14 of the 22 a of the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) contains provisions

If an appeal to the administrative court. Sami Parliament

decisions under this Regulation may be appealed. The county administrative boards

decisions may not be appealed except in the case of decisions referred to in

section 12.



Transitional provisions



2001:724



This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2002.



The provisions of section 29 the hunting Ordinance (1987:905)

still for contribution and remuneration for the period prior to

the entry into force.