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TEXTE COORDONNE du Règlement grand-ducal du 8 décembre 1999 concernant l'agrément à accorder aux gestionnaires de services pour personnes âgées/Regulation of 8 December 1999 on the approval of managers of services for the elderly

Ministry of Family and Integration, Government of Grand Duchy of Luxembourg Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Luxembourg 13 July 2010 Legislation/regulation elderly care, social services

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Art. 1er. Le présent règlement, pour le domaine des services pour personnes âgées, a pour objet de préciser:
– les activités visées à l’article 1er de la loi,
– les conditions prévues à l’article 2 de la loi pour l’obtention de l’agrément,
– les modalités du contrôle de ces conditions,
– les renseignements ou données à fournir et les pièces à joindre à la demande d’agrément.
Est considéré comme service au sens du présent règlement l’exercice sous la responsabilité d’un gestionnaire d’une
seule des activités énumérées à l’article 4 ci-après.

Art. 1st. These Regulations, for the area of ​​services for the elderly, is to clarify for:
- The activities referred to in Article 1 of the law,
- The conditions laid down in Article 2 of the law to obtain approval,
- Methods to control these conditions,
- Information or data to be provided and the documents to be attached to the application for approval. It is regarded as a service within the meaning of this Regulation under the responsibility of a manager of one of the activities listed in section 4 below, such as care homes, geriatric centers etc.


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