CAcert Organisation Assurance Program sub-policy for Norway (NO)

CAcert Policy Status
Author: Dag Hovland
Creation date: 2008-04-25
Status: WIP 2008-04-25
Next status: DRAFT 2008
Overruled from 2008-09-20 by: Organisation Assurance Sub-Policy Europe

0. Preliminaries

This CAcert sub-policy extends the Organisation Assurance Policy ("OAP") by specifying how the CAcert Organisation Assurance Program ("COAP") is to be conducted by the assigned Organisation Assurer ("OA") under the supervision of the Assurance Officer ("AO") for entities within the defined scope.

1. Scope

This sub-policy is applicable to:

  1. Norwegian legal entities:
    1. Companies

2. Requirements

This section describes any scope specific requirements that are not otherwise defined in the OAP.

2.1 Organisation

  1. Applicants MUST be a valid legal entity but MAY have an arbitrary number of registered trading names.

2.2 Records

  1. Historic documents MAY be accepted where it can be proven that material changes have not been made (eg via absence of subsequent submissions in official document listings).

2.3 Application Form

  1. The licensing authority MUST be specified as 'Brønnøysundregistrene, Norway'.
  2. Organisation number Organisasjonsnummeret MUST be specified where applicable.

3. Registration

3.1 Registries

  1. Brønnøysundregistrene []
    1. Nøkkelopplysninger fra Enhetsregisteret []

3.2 Identifiers

  1. The organization number Organisasjonsnummeret is a unique 9 digit identifying number assigned by Brønnøysundregisteret.

3.3 Documents

  1. Register Transcript Enhetsregisteret

4. Processes

4.1 Assurance

  1. Each person listed in an application MUST be individually assured and referenced by a confirmed email.
  2. Company applications MUST be made by an individual who is duly authorised to sign on behalf of the company:
    1. Officeholder applicants MUST be verified in a "Enhetsregisteret" (obtained from Brønnøysundregistrene by the OA where fees are reclaimable from the applicant).
    2. Any other applicant MUST prove that they are duly authorised to sign on behalf of the entity (for example via delegation and/or under company rules) to the satisfaction of the OA, for approval by the OAO.

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