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In the chapter on sexual offences there are three paragraphs that deal with prostitution, and in the chapter on crimes against personal liberty there is one. However, there are also other laws with restricted application that deal with prostitution. According to the Norwegian Penal Code, selling sexual services is legal. Buying sexual services is punishable with a fine and up to one year in prison. Buying sexual services from someone under the age of 18 is punishable with a fine or up to 2 years in prison.
In practice, this applies if you buy sex from someone who is years old. If you buy sex from someone who is younger than 16, it is punishable under Sections and of the Norwegian General Civil Penal Code, on sexual relations with children under the age of 14 and 16 respectively. It is illegal to earn money from, or to facilitate for, another person selling sexual services, whether directly or indirectly.
It is also illegal to advertise sexual services provided by you or by another person. Any person who in a public announcement unambiguously offers, arranges or asks for prostitution shall be liable to fines or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months. In this provision, prostitution means that a person engages in sexual activity or commits a sexual act with another person in return for payment.
If the sexual intercourse or act has been particularly humiliating in its nature, but it is not punishable under any other law, the punishment is imprisonment for a term of up to 1 year. Any person who a makes arrangements for such exploitation or inducement as is mentioned in the first paragraph by procuring, transporting or receiving the person concerned, b in any other way aids and abets such exploitation or inducement, or c provides payment or any other advantage in order to obtain consent to such exploitation from any person who is in a position of authority over the aggrieved party, or who receives such payment or other advantage shall be liable to the same penalty.
Gross human trafficking is punishable by imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years. In deciding whether the offence is gross, particular importance shall be attached to whether the person exposed to the act was under the age of 18, whether gross violence or coercion was used or whether the act led to considerable gain.