To deposit money means that the County Administrative Board will store money for you that you are paying to someone else. You can apply to deposit money for rent, deposit money for a lease, for a redemption of shares and to deposit (nedsättning av) money you owe to a person.
You can deposit money with the County Administrative Board. This means that we accept and store money that you are paying to someone else.
As a tenant you may, in some cases, believe that you are entitled to a reduced rent due to, for example, a disagreement with your landlord on the rental amount or shortcomings or damages in the apartment or property you rent. If you deduct an amount from the rent, you may deposit that amount with the County Administrative Board.
As a leaseholder you may, in some cases, deduct the fee for the lease and deposit the deducted amount with the County Administrative Board. For example, you may believe that you are entitled to a compensation for a damage to the property, or you may not agree with the owner of the property on what amount to pay.
Redemption of shares
When someone owns more than 90 percent of the shares in a company, they have the right to demand a squeeze-out of the remaining shares. The money is then deposited with the County Administrative Board. As a shareholder you must make sure that the money is collected.
Deposit money you owe to someone
If you owe someone money you may, in some cases, deposit the money with the County Administrative Board. It may be that you cannot determine who should get the money, or the person you’re paying is refusing to accept the money.