Parents ' hassle with NemID led to the late naming of the son

A parent stood Thursday at the Court in Viborg prosecuted for not having registered their son's name in time. Problems with NemID led to a parent not registe

Parents ' hassle with NemID led to the late naming of the son

A parent stood Thursday at the Court in Viborg prosecuted for not having registered their son's name in time.

Problems with NemID led to a parent not registered their son for six months.

It has the parents explained in Court in Viborg on Thursday, where they were indicted for the breach of the navneloven. It tells the prosecutor Gorm Lund.

They explained that the father has had problems with her Friends, and they had therefore not been able to use self-service solution to register the child's name, he says.

According to the navneloven to a child's first name to be registered in the central population register within six months after the birth. It can happen through baptism or registration on the citizen.dk.

the deadline is not complied with, the Familieretshuset - the former state Administration - politianmelde parents.

Forældreparret got registered the boy's name Magnus, in september of this year, shortly before he reached the age of two years. It got the parents using the to on kirkekontoret.

- looked at the part it is brought in order. But the case is about, that it is not reported to the kirkebogen and thus to the registry office, what the boy's name is, says the prosecutor.

the Matter has been raised as a bødesag. Judgment may be delivered on Thursday next week, and it is according to the Gorm Lund a bit atypical, that in a bødesag not get a decision the same day as the hearing has taken place.

however, There have been additional aspects to consider in this case, believe the prosecutor.

- The last judgement, we have here about that topic, back from 1999. So just what about whether or not to meted out the same punishment as 20 years ago, if found guilty, is something you can think about.

- When it is some rules that will be used so rarely, it is not always so straightforward, what the outcome of the weighing of evidence must be, said prosecutor Gorm Lund.

In the case from 1999, each parent is assigned a fine of 400 crowns. The prosecutor does not want to disclose what punishment he want the parents sentenced.

/ritzau/

Updated Date: 29 November 2019, 00:00

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