Legal entities of childminders are organisations, which employ, teach, train and educate childminders. Legal entities are primarily natural persons or legal entities under private law. The approval is granted by the Landesregierung by notice.
Evidence that the following requirements are met:
The legal entity must
1. have a minimum number of skilled workers,
2. ensure professional education and training,
3. have the necessary organizational, economic and financial framework conditions,
4. Have at least 12 child minders or applicants.
There is no time limit existing for this request.
Eingabegebühr und Verwaltungsabgabe gemäß Gebührengesetz 1957, BGBl. Nr. 267/1957 i.d.g.F; NÖ Landes-Verwaltungsabgabenverordnung 2001, LGBl. 3800/1 i.d.g.F.
§ 3 Abs. 1 NÖ Kinderbetreuungsgesetz 1996 in Verbindung mit der NÖ Tagesmütter/-väter-Verordnung:
NÖ Kinderbetreuungsgesetz 1996
• Application at the Office of the Lower Austrian Government (Department: Kindergarten)
• Checking of your documents
• Eventual request for missing documents
• Positive decision or letter with refusal
The following prerequisites must be met for approval: The legal entity must
• have a minimum number of skilled workers,
• provide professional training and further education,
• have the necessary organisational, economic and financial framework conditions,
• have at least 12 childminders or candidates.
Authentication or signature of the application is not required.
An appeal is possible against rulings issued by an authority and shall be filed by the party within a four weeks term with the authority that issued the ruling of first instance (against rulings without investigation procedure within a two weeks term). The term starts with the receipt of the written copy of the ruling, in the case of oral pronouncement simultaneously with it.
The appeal shall indicate the ruling it contests, the authority that issued the ruling and contain a motion of appeal with the reasons. No more appeal is admissible if the party expressly waived the right of appeal after receipt or pronouncement of the ruling.
Each ruling contains instructions on the right to appeal and indicates the authority and the deadline for submission of such appeal.
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