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a) any installation or construction placed on the Norwegian part of the continental shelf and used for exploration for or exploitation or storage of submarine natural resources,
b) constructions for the transport of petroleum resources connected with any installation or construction placed on the Norwegian part of the continental shelf,
c) the security zone around such installations and constructions as are mentioned under a and b above,
d) any Norwegian vessel (including a Norwegian drilling platform or similar mobile installation) in the open sea, and
e) any Norwegian aircraft outside such areas as are subject to the jurisdiction of any State;

a) is one of those dealt with in chapters 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 17, 18, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26 or 33 of this code or sections 135, 141, 142, 144, 169, 192 to 195, 199, 206 to 209, 222 to 225, 227 to 235, 238, 239, 242 to 245, 291, 292, 294 item 2, 317, 326 to 328, 330, last paragraph, 338, 367 to 370, 380, 381 or 423 and in any case when it
b) is a felony or misdemeanour against the Norwegian State or Norwegian state authority,
c) is also punishable according to the law of the country in which it is committed, or
d) is committed in relation to the EFTA Court of Justice and is included among those dealt with in section 163, cf. section 167 and section 165, of the present Act, or sections 205 to 207 of the Courts of Justice Act;

a) is one of those dealt with in sections 83, 88, 89, 90, 91, 91 a, 93, 94, 98 to 104, 110 to 132, 148, 149, 150, 151 a, 152 first cf. second paragraph, 152 a, 152 b, 153 first to fourth paragraphs, 154, 159, 160, 161, 169, 174 to 178, 182 to 185, 187, 189, 190, 192 to 195, 217, 220, 221, 222 to 225, 227 to 229, 231 to 235, 238, 239, 243, 244, 256, 258, 266 to 269, 271, 276, 291, 292, 324, 325, 328, 415 or 423 of this code or sections 1, 2, 3 or 5 of the Act relating to defence secrets,
b) is a felony also punishable according to the law of the country in which it is committed, and the offender is resident in the realm or is staying therein, or
c) is committed in relation to the EFTA Court of Justice and is included among those dealt with in section 163, cf. section 167 and section 165, of the present Act, or sections 205 to 207 of the Courts of Justice Act.

a. direct him to stay or prohibit him from staying at a specific place,
b. place him under the supervision of the police or a specially appointed supervisor and order him to report to the police or the supervisor at certain times,
c. prohibit him from consuming alcoholic beverages,
d. place him in reliable private care,
e. place him in a psychiatric hospital, sanatorium, nursing home or institution for preventive supervision if there is power to do so pursuant to general regulations issued by the King,
f. keep him in custody.

a) that the convicted person shall comply with provisions concerning his place of abode, work, education or consorting with specified persons
b) that the convicted person shall comply with provisions concerning restrictions of his right to dispose of his income and property and concerning the fulfilment of economic obligations
c) that the convicted person shall abstain from using alcohol or other intoxicating or narcotic substances
d) that the convicted person shall undergo a cure to counteract abuse of alcohol or other intoxicating or narcotic substances, if necessary in an institution
e) that the convicted person shall undergo psychiatric treatment, if necessary in an institution
f) that the convicted person shall stay in a home or institution for up to one year. The court may leave it to the supervisory authority to make such provisions as are mentioned under litrae a and b.

a) when the act is committed in order to save someone's person or property but the limits for the right to do so pursuant to sections 47 and 48 have been exceeded;
b) when the act is committed in justifiable anger, under compulsion or imminent danger or in a temporary state of severely reduced consciousness not caused by self-induced intoxication.

a) for a criminal act of which the accused has been acquitted by a final Norwegian or foreign judgment,
b) if the court unanimously finds that the allegation is undoubtedly unwarranted regardless of its truth and that refusal to admit such evidence is desirable in the interests of the aggrieved person. Admission of such evidence must never be refused if the prosecuting authority or the plaintiff has indicated in advance that a penalty pursuant to section 248 will be demanded or that only civil legal claims will be pursued.

a) when the allegation is made in a judgment, order, judicial decision or other judicial act,
b) when the allegation is made by a witness during a statement in a court sitting or to the police or the prosecution authority, or by a party, legal representative, prosecutor, defence counsel, appointed expert or social inquirer or by an official employed by the prosecuting authority or the police during legal proceedings or investigation. In these cases the claim that the allegation be declared null and void shall, nevertheless, not be summarily dismissed when the court finds that the aggrieved person should have the truth of the allegation tried in declaration proceedings against the defendant or that the statement falls outside the limits of the case.
c) when the allegation is made in a written statement from the Storting's ombudsman for the public administration.

1 Act of 22 May 1902 No. 10 as subsequently amended, most recently by Act of 1 July 1994 No. 50.

2 The Norwegian legal term for this offence is heleri.