The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark (Danish: Udenrigsministeriet) and its overseas representations (i.e. the Danish embassies, diplomatic missions, consulates and trade offices) are in charge of the Kingdom's (The unity of the Realm: Denmark (proper), Greenland, Faroe Islands) foreign policy and relations. Among these tasks are policy towards the Arctic Council, European Union, Nordic Council, development aid, trade policy and legal affairs in relation to the outside world.
Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA), is the brand used by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark when it provides humanitarian aid and development assistance to other countries, with focus on developing countries. There is no distinct Danida organisation within the Ministry.
The Order applies to the application for appointing survey and cadaster land inspectors. These requests shall be submitted to the National Survey and Cadaster authorities in order to obtain professional international authorization of duty qualification.
This Act imposes cadastre tax applicable to owners of properties in Copenhagen and Frederiksberg Municipality in regards to land development.
This Act provides definitions and framework for the assessment and management of flood risks from watercourse and lakes with the aim to reducing risks in vulnerable areas.
This Act sets regulations on the monitoring and prevention of the spreading of living organisms and virus in plants and which may damage crop production.
This Act establishes rules concerning the production, storage, purchase, sale or other transfer, distribution, promotion, import and export of all products intended for soil fertilizers.
This Order establishes additional provisions related to the Farms Act. A farm/land property can be registered as such and notification thereof shall be submitted to the Survey and Cadastre Authorities to ensure proper residency status.
The provisions in this Order apply to the specific financial support granted to farmers. Extensive farming in eligible areas where single payment scheme for the limited use of nitrogen and without the use of plant protection procedures applies, may be used for organic agricultural production.
The Act applies to stone, gravel, sand, clay, lime, chalk, peat, topsoil and similar elements.