Posted the: 2013-12-24 Numac: 2013024436 PUBLIC SERVICE FEDERAL public health, food chain safety and environment 15 December 2013. -Law on various provisions on agriculture (1) PHILIPPE, King of the Belgians, to all, present and to come, hi.
The Chambers have adopted and we endorse the following: Chapter 1. -Available general Article 1. This Act regulates a matter referred to in article 78 of the Constitution Chapter 2. -FPS public health, food chain safety and Environment - DG animals, plants and food section 1st. -Amendment of the Act of April 2, 1971 to combating organisms harmful to plants and plant products art. 2. in article 9, paragraph 1, of the Act of April 2, 1971 to combating organisms harmful to plants and plant products, as amended by the law of December 22, 2008, the word "denature" is inserted between the word "destroyed", and the word "treated".
Section 2. -Amendment of the Act of 23 March 1998 on the establishment of a budgetary Fund for the health and quality of animals and animal products article 3. article 4 of the Act of 23 March 1998 on the establishment of a budgetary Fund for the health and quality of animals and animal products, as amended by the Act of 22 December 2003, is supplemented by a paragraph, as follows: "the King sets, by Decree deliberated in the Council of Ministers, what revenue or revenue may be reimbursed without interest after the opinion of the Council's funds.".
Section 3. -Confirmation of decrees s. 4 are confirmed with effect from the date of their respective commencement: 1 ° the royal decree of March 28, 2012, amending the royal decree of 13 November 2011 fixing the fees and contributions due to the budgetary Fund of the raw materials and products;
2 ° the royal decree of 19 February 2013 amending the royal decree of 5 December 2004 fixing the temporary crisis contributions due by the producers of potatoes for the compensation of losses incurred following the measures taken against harmful organisms;
3 ° royal decree of 24 April 2013 amending the royal decree of 13 November 2011 fixing the fees and contributions due to the budgetary funds of the raw materials and products section 4. -Modification of the royal decree of 24 June 1997 on compulsory contributions to the Fund of health and production of animals, set for the poultry sector art.
5. article 2, § 1, of the royal decree of 24 June 1997 on compulsory contributions to the health and production of animals Fund, replaced by the law of December 22, 2008, fixed for the poultry sector is complemented by the 19 ° and 20 ° written as follows: "19 ° policymakers farms for poultry reproduction authorized by the FASFC pay an annual fee of 0.24 euro per breeding female put in place during the year calendar above, and provided that the animals remain in Belgium after the laying stage;
20 ° policymakers farms for productive poultry intended for the production of eggs for consumption registered or permitted by the FASFC pay an annual fee of 0.075 euro per animal put in place during the year calendar above, and provided that the animals remain in Belgium after they were brought to the stage of laying. "."
S. 6. article 5 enter into force on January 1, 2014.
CHAPTER 3. -Federal Agency for the safety of the food chain section 1st. -Modifications of the royal decree of 22 February 2001 organizing the checks carried out by the Federal Agency for the safety of the food chain and amending various legal provisions art. 7. in article 3 of the royal decree of 22 February 2001 organizing the checks carried out by the Federal Agency for the safety of the food chain and amending various legal provisions, confirmed by the law of July 19, 2001 and amended by the laws of the December 22, 2003, March 1, 2007 and March 29, 2012, inserted a paragraph 1/1 as follows: "§ 1/1. Statutory and contractual communal services who conclude a contract to this effect with the Agency, contract terms which are defined by Decree deliberated in the Council of Ministers, are competent to exercise control of the implementation of the following provisions, for as much as this control is limited to the retail trade sector: 1 ° law of September 5, 1952, relative to expertise and to the trade of meat and its implementing decrees;
2 ° the law of 15 April 1965 concerning expertise and trade of fish, poultry, rabbits and game and amending the law of September 5, 1952 on expertise and trade of meat and its execution decrees.
3 ° Act of 24 January 1977 on the protection of the health of consumers in what concerns foodstuffs and other products, and its orders of execution, insofar as they relate to hygiene, tobacco consumption in public places, labelling and the composition of the foodstuffs and other products that can be found in the food chain;
4 ° Regulation (EC) No 852/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs;
5 ° Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin;
6 ° the orders taken in pursuance of articles 3A and 4, § 3, of this order.
The conditions to be fulfilled the statutory agents and contractors of communal services to exercise these skills are determined by Decree deliberated in the Council of Ministers."
S. 8. article 6, § 3, of the same stopped, amended by the law of 30 December 2001, is supplemented by a paragraph worded as follows: "when the products must be destroyed, distorted, transformed or rendered unfit for the use to which they were normally intended, the owner, or failing the holder, these products shall communicate to the Agency, within a period fixed by the enforcement officer" the action chosen and the method and the deadline. The selected action is implemented, after agreement by the Agency, following the procedure and within the period provided."
Section 2. -Amendment of the law of February 4, 2000 on to the creation of the Federal Agency for the safety of the food chain art. 9. in article 6 of the law of February 4, 2000 on the establishment of the Federal Agency for the safety of the food chain, amended by the acts of July 13, 2001 to December 24, 2002, §§ 1 to 4 are replaced by the following: "§ 1." The day-to-day management of the Agency is entrusted to a delegated administrator. It ensures the functioning of the Agency. He directs the staff. The King may also assign specific skills.
§ 2. The Managing Director represents the Agency in judicial and extrajudicial documents and acts validly on behalf or on behalf of the Agency.
§ 3. Where appropriate, the delegated administrator is assisted in the exercise of its tasks, by a Deputy Managing Director and a Board of Directors which he assumed the Presidency.
Deputy Managing Director belongs to the other linguistic role as Managing Director. The Managing Director and Deputy Managing Director are part of the Steering Committee.
§ 4. The fixed King, by Decree deliberated in Council of Ministers, the composition of the Executive Committee, status and the procedure for the designation of the Managing Director, as appropriate, the Deputy Managing Director and member of the Executive Committee."
CHAPTER 4. -Intervention and single section Belgian refund office. -Amendments to the law of 10 November 1967 establishing the Office of intervention and restitution Belgian art. 10. article 6ter of the Act of 10 November 1967 establishing the intervention and Belgian restitution Office, coordinated by the royal decree of 3 February 1995, inserted by the Act of 27 December 2006 is replaced by the following: 'article 6ter. § 1. The daily management of the intervention and Belgian restitution Office is entrusted to the Chief Executive. Under the authority and control of the Board of Directors, it ensures the functioning of that Office. He directs the staff.
§ 2. Executive Director represents the Office in judicial and extrajudicial documents and acts validly in the name or on behalf of that Office.
§ 3. Executive Director is authorized, subject to the opinion of the Board of Directors, to delegate any of the powers conferred to him as well as the signing of certain parts. Only the Director general may authorize the subdelegations of powers.
§ 4. The Director-general is assisted, as appropriate, in the exercise of its tasks by a Deputy Director general.
The Deputy Executive Director belongs to the other linguistic role as Executive Director. In case of absence or incapacity of the Director general, its powers are exercised by the Deputy Director-general. In case of absence or incapacity of both the Director-general that the Deputy Managing Director, their powers are exercised by the Member of the Board of Directors with the greatest length of service.
§ 5. The King sets the status of the Director-general and the Deputy Director-general of the Bureau d'intervention et de restitution belge."
S. 11. article 6quater of the Act, inserted by the law of December 27, 2006, is replaced by the following: 'article 6quater. members of the staff of the Office, including
Executive Director and the Deputy Executive Director, shall be appointed by the Board of Directors."
Promulgate this Act, order that it be under the seal of the State and published by the Belgian Monitor.
Given in Brussels, December 15, 2013.
PHILIPPE by the King: the Minister of Agriculture, Mrs S. LARUELLE sealed with the seal of the State: the Minister of Justice, Mrs.
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