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Original name: Förordningen (1996:1100) om aktivitetsstöd.
Name: Ordinance (1996:1100) respecting employment assistance.
Country: Sweden
Subject(s): Employment policy, promotion of employment and employment services
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1996-11-14
Entry into force:
Published on: Svensk författningssamling, 1996, No. 1100
ISN: SWE-1996-R-75024
Bibliography: Svensk författningssamling, 1996, No. 1100
Ordinance online in Swedish, Consolidated Text Ordinance online in Swedish, Consolidated Text Regeringskansliets rättsdatabaser, Notisum AB,, Sweden, 12 pp. PDF of Ordinance as amended to Ordinance 2015:946 PDF of Ordinance as amended to Ordinance 2015:946 (consulted on 2016-04-27)
Abstract/Citation: The consolidation of the Ordinance includes a total of 51 amending texts through February 2016 (up to Ordinance 2015:946). The consolidated text includes various amendments.

Contains 22 sections concerning, inter alia:

Section 1: Development support.
Section 2: Target groups for development support.
Section 3: Amount of development support.
Section 4: Activity support.
Section 5: Target groups for activity support.
Section 6: Amount of activity support.
Section 7: Common rules on activity support and development support.
Section 8: Calculation.
Section 9: Payment.
Section 10: Absence.
Section 11: Application for leave.
Section 12: Coordination with other benefits.
Section 13: Support for travel, accommodation, dual residence and certain expenses.
Section 14: Travel.
Section 15: Accommodation and double accommodation.
Section 16: Certain costs.
Section 17: Common provisions.
Section 18: Reimbursement and recoveries.
Section 19: Duty to provide information.
Section 20: Review and appeal.
Section 21: Labor disputes.
Section 22: Authorization.
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