Farmer risk a huge bill after the archaeological finds at his due

A bill of 250,000 crowns lands probably soon be in farmer Jonas Ballebys mailbox. An amount, which he, according to the law, must pay, because the man on his

Farmer risk a huge bill after the archaeological finds at his due

A bill of 250,000 crowns lands probably soon be in farmer Jonas Ballebys mailbox.

An amount, which he, according to the law, must pay, because the man on his reason has made an exciting archaeological finds.

He should have built a cow shed on its new reason, but instead was under the unbuilt shed found a grave and seven houses from the iron age.

It writes the TV Midtvest.

But the surprise and the excitement of discovery is quickly disappeared as the dew before the sun for the farmer.

According to the museumsloven to the excavation of the found namely is paid by the private lodsejer, that is, the person who owns the land.

And it is, as mentioned, not a small amount.

"It is money, I can not lend. They are going to go out of the piggy bank, which I already have used by. We had to put a bit of money, because we had heard that some such situations might occur, but not in the order of magnitude."

It says the Jonas Balleby to the TV Midtvest and continues:

"I do not think it is fair that we as land owners should be in such a situation."

even Though it is an annoying expense to receive, then believe head of department at the Viborg Museum, Kamilla Fiedler Terkildsen, one just follows the rules in the area:

"It is a political decision that has been taken. As it is, we manage by. Of course, it is not the funniest thing in the world, but so is our role in the to do it all as smoothly as possible."

Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 15:00

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