The Animal Health Law

Original Language Title: veterinární zákon

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166/1999 Coll.



LAW



of 13 October. July 1999



about veterinary care and amending certain related laws



(health law)



Modified: 29/2000 Sb.



Change: 154/2000 Sb.



Change: 102/2001 Sb.



Change: 120/2002 Sb.



Change: 76/2002 Coll., 320/2002 Coll.



Change: 131/2003 Coll.



Change: 131/2003 Coll. (part)



Change: 316/2004 Sb.



Change: 444/2005 Sb.



Change: 48/2006 Sb.



Change: 186/2006 Sb.



Change: 124/2008 Coll., 182/2008 Sb.



Change: 298/2009 Sb.



Change: 291/2009 Sb.



Change: 223/2009 Sb.



Change: 227/2009 Sb.



Change: 281/2009 Sb.



Change: 308/2007 Coll. (part)



Change: 308/2007 Sb.



Modified: 18/2012 Coll., 359/2012 Sb.



Change: 279/Sb.



Change: 64/2014 Sb.



Change: 264/2014 Sb.



Change: 139/2014 Sb 250/2014 Sb.



Parliament has passed the following Act of the United States:



PART THE FIRST



VETERINARY CARE



TITLE I OF THE



BASIC PROVISIONS



§ 1



The subject of the edit



This law incorporates the relevant provisions of the European Union ^ 1) and in

following the directly applicable provisions of the European Union (hereinafter referred to as

"the rules of the European Union") ^ 1a) sets out the requirements of the veterinary service (hereinafter

"the veterinary requirements") on the breeding and animal health and animal

products, governs the rights and obligations of natural and legal persons,

system, competence and powers of the authorities in the exercise of State administration

the field of veterinary care, as well as some professional veterinary activities

and their performance.



§ 2



Veterinary care



Veterinary care under this Act includes the



and animal health care) and its protection, in particular prevention and

the spread of diseases transmissible directly or indirectly between animals of susceptible

species (hereinafter referred to as "disease") and other diseases of animals and their

control, protection of human health from diseases transmissible from animals to

man,



(b)), the care of the health of the animal products and feed production and protection

health of people before its damage or threats to animal products,



(c) the territory of the Czech Republic) the protection against the introduction of animal diseases and illnesses

transmissible from animals to humans and disabled prior to the introduction of harmful

animal products and animal feed from abroad,



d) protection of the environment from adverse effects

animal breeding, production and processing of livestock products, as well as

the protection of animals and their produce from the risks of environmental pollution

environment,



e) veterinary sanitation,



f) supervision of compliance with the obligations and requirements to ensure

These tasks of this Act, special legislation ^ 1) and regulations

The European Union ^ 2) (State veterinary supervision).



§ 3



Basic concepts



(1) for the purposes of this Act, means the



and every breeder who) the animal or animals owned or held by, or

entrusted to take care of them, whether for a consideration or free of charge, and even on the

a transitional period,



(b) any construction, economy) or place where it is

of animal or livestock or

held, including an open-air. If it is kept on a holding or

kept more than one herd or more than one group of economic

animals can get sick of the same disease or diseases which can be transmitted from the

animals to humans (hereinafter referred to as "susceptible animals"), each of these herds

or each of these groups separate epidemiological unit which

has the same health status,



(c) the livestock animals) used primarily for breeding, fattening,

work and other economic purposes, in particular cattle, pigs, sheep, goats,

horses, donkeys and their hybrids, poultry, ratites, rabbits, fur

animals, farmed animals, fish and other aquatic animals, bees and

a bee colony,



d) slaughter animals farm animals that are intended for slaughter and

jatečnému processing and whose meat is intended for human consumption,



e) drain pipe concentration of livestock animals of various animal breeders to

designated place and for the intended purpose, in the case of registered animals according to the

plemenářského ^ 8), Act



(f) the Assembly Centre the holding) marketplace or other place

which animals are collected from different holdings, in particular cattle,

pigs, sheep and goats that have been created by a group of animals intended

to send,



g) animals suspected of animal diseases for which the animals are showing up

clinical signs or post-mortem lesions giving rise to suspicion that the

It's about a disease of animals, or animals which are based on the results

the examination must be considered that are suspected of certain animal diseases,



h) animals suspected of suffering from animals which do not show

clinical signs or post-mortem lesions giving rise to suspicion that the

It's about a disease of animals, which, however, can be on the basis of

epidemiological or other information have considered that came directly or

indirectly into contact with its source,



I) quarantine, traffic temporary and locally separated location of animals

animals suspected of being infected or animals suspected of being infected (

"a suspected animals"), in which the carrying out of preventive,

diagnostic, or therapeutic acts to protect against the introduction of, or

the spread of animal diseases,



j) isolation of a temporary separate location of animals before their inclusion in the

or before the transfer of the holding, in which the

carry out preventive and diagnostic tasks, and monitors the health of the

animals,



k) outbreak the farm or other place where one was detected

or more cases of the disease,



l) disease incidence of the disease situation in a particular territory or in a particular

economy,



m) disease incidence and reasons for the possibility of the spread of disease,



n) animal products the raw materials of animal origin, and it's all part of the

the bodies of animals, in particular meat, offal, fat, skin, bones, blood, glands with

internal secretion, horns, antlers, hooves, hooves, wool, fur, feathers, also

milk, eggs, honey and beeswax, as well as products from these raw materials

they are intended for human or animal,



o) healthy animal products animal products

meet the requirements of the health established by this Act,

special legislation, ^ 3) and the regulations of the European Union ^ 3a)



p) feedingstuffs: products of vegetable or animal origin, fresh or

preserved and products of their processing, as well as industrial

organic and inorganic substances, with or without the addition of additives

they add that they are intended for animal feed alone or in

mixtures,



r) healthy feedingstuffs feedingstuffs which meet the requirements of the

wholesomeness established by this Act, special legal

^ 4) rules and regulations of the European Union ^ 4a),



with proprietary veterinary products) products which are

intended for animals, particularly dietary, vitamin, mineral and

cosmetic products, or for a specific laboratory diagnosis

of animal diseases or disease agents from food of animal origin; for

veterinary products are not products subject to special

the legislation of the ^ 5),



t) veterinary technical resources, equipment, instruments, tools,

materials or other items or products, including accessories,

used alone or in combination, together with the necessary programming

equipment that are intended to be used in animals for the purposes of the prevention,

the investigation, diagnosis, monitoring, treatment or alleviation of disease, injury

or disability, replacement or modification of the anatomy

structure or a physiological process or control of pregnancy, and that

do not reach its principal intended action in or on the body of the animal

pharmacological or immunological effect or by influencing the

metabolism, however, whose functions may be supported by such effects; for

Veterinary technical resources to further consider the products that are used

the marking of animals and which are for this purpose vpravovány into the body

of the animal,



u) withdrawal period between the last administration of the medicinal product

animals under normal conditions of use of the relevant product and

at the moment when you can get food from these animals so that

to ensure that such foodstuffs do not contain residues of medicinal products in the

quantities in excess of the maximum limits laid down by a specific legislative

the rules and regulations of the European Union ^ 5a)



in the killing of an animal being slaughtered) in order to use its products,

in a way that does not conflict with the rules on the protection of animals against

cruelty ^ 6)



x) for killing the death of an animal, unless it is a defeat, in a way that

is not in conflict with the rules on the protection of animals against cruelty, ^ 6)



s) veterinary goods animals, animal products, animal feed

origin, other products and articles if they can be carriers of pathogens

diseases,



of) objects that may be carriers of disease agents, live agents of diseases

animals for research or other purposes and objects used in the treatment of

and the transport of animals, animal products and feed, including water, food,


bedding, means of transport, containers, tools, equipment and work

AIDS, or even other objects, if for any other reason may be

carriers of disease agents



AA) putting into circulation, offering for sale, sale or any other form of

menu for consumption, including storage and transport for the needs of sales

or other offers for consumption,



BB) trade trade between Member States of the European Union (hereinafter referred to

"Member State") with animals and animal products originating

in the Member States, as well as with animals and animal products,

originating in countries which are not Member State (hereinafter referred to as "the third

the country "), in the Member States which are in free circulation,



CC) means the part of the road vehicle, the vehicle's overhead,

the aircraft or ship, designed to carry goods, as well as a container that is used

for road, rail, air and water transport,



DD) consignment of a certain quantity of animals of the same species or a certain amount of

animal products of the same type, covered by the same veterinary

the accompanying animal health certificate or other, as appropriate, a commercial document

transported in the same means of transport,



EE) the approval of the consent to the exercise of an activity on the basis of

compliance with the conditions laid down in this Act,



FF) entry in the list of registrations,



Gg) official veterinarian means the veterinarian veterinary

management, the official veterinarian is also considered a veterinary

doctor of Ministry of Defense or Ministry of Interior, where appropriate, by

set up by organisational units of the State, which was entrusted with the tasks of the

coming under this law the official veterinarian,



HH) private veterinarian performing

Veterinary therapeutic and preventive activities of the business way



II) approved veterinarian private veterinarian

approved by the regional Veterinary Administration for a network of epidemiological

performance monitoring and for some, this Act provided for the activities.



JJ) treating veterinarian of the private veterinarian or

the veterinarian Department of Defense engaged in veterinary medical

and preventive activities in the economy or in animal husbandry, which is

He became acquainted with conditions of animals kept or held in this

economy or in this breed.



(2) Where this Act is talking about animals, this means according to the nature of the

things and circumstances whether or not sperm, egg cells, embryos, eggs for hatching,

the fertilized eggs and plemenivo the bees.



(3) where in this Act talks about the game, it is understood for the purpose of

This Act of the body, as well as all of the edible part of the wild

ground game. ^ 7)



(4) Where, in the regulations of the European Union in the context of talking animals of

part of the territory of the State as the region shall mean for the purposes of this Act,

region. ^ 7a)



(5) the management of minor animal products not covered by the law

on waste, except in cases laid down by the EU regulation ^ 7b).



(6) If this Act used in connection with the legal relationships

revised regulations of the European Union concepts whose content and meaning are not

defined in this Act, but in the said legislation, it is for

the purposes of this Act the definition of these concepts in the said legislation.



(7) If this Act is spoken of in the context of the free movement of persons

or to the recognition of professional competence by the Member State, this means

also, the other Contracting State to the agreement on the European economic area, or

The Swiss Confederation.



TITLE II



ANIMAL HEALTH AND ITS PROTECTION



Section 1



The obligations of the breeders



§ 4



(1) the keeper shall be obliged to



and treat animals way) in an environment and conditions that require

their biological needs, physiological function and health status, and

to prevent damage to their health,



(b)) to monitor the health status of the animals, in justified cases in a timely manner

provide first aid and ask for professional veterinary assistance,



c) prevent and the spread of diseases and other diseases of animals and meet

the obligations laid down by law or on the basis of the control

such disease or other diseases of animals ^ 7 c),



(d)) provide the necessary cooperation and assistance in order to be properly

done mandated examination of the animal, sampling, protective vaccination

or other professional health Act, for example, the fixation of the animal,

demonstration of the pet animal,



e) administer to animals only medicinal products subject to prescription

veterinarian, just according to his instructions,



(f)) to ensure that the dogs were, as well as foxes and Badgers kept in captivity,

age from 3 to 6 months to be validly vaccinated against rabies in ^ 7 d), and then during the

the period of effectiveness of a previous vaccine přeočkováni, store

proof of vaccination for the duration of the vaccination and, on request, to

submit the official veterinarian,



g) ensure that it promptly and to the extent strictly necessary for the

the exclusion of the suspicion of rabies veterinary disease examined

animal, human or poranilo with it came into direct contact

manner or in circumstances which may give rise to the suspicion of

that disease, disease



h) comply with the obligations arising from the regulations of the European Union ^ 7 g).



(2) for use in artificial insemination, embryo transfer, and naturally can be used

only animals, which according to the results of the tests meet the conditions laid down

This Act and breeding law ^ 8).



(3) the breeder, who intends to use animals in experiments, ^ 9) is required to

ask the regional health administration of the State Veterinary Administration or

Public health management in Prague, the State Veterinary Administration (hereinafter referred to as

"regional veterinary administration of the determination of the conditions of the veterinary service (hereinafter

"the animal health conditions") for their implementation.



Section 4a



(1) the keeper shall ensure that dogs, cats and ferrets in pet food

breeding, when they are transported within the non-commercial movement between

the Member States or between Member States and territories and third countries

According to the article. in article 13(3). 1 of the European Union concerning animal health conditions

for the non-commercial movement of pet animals ^ 48), meet the conditions

laid down in this regulation.



(2) if it is being transferred more than five animals referred to in paragraph 1,

which do not meet the conditions referred to in article 5 (3). 2 of the European

Union concerning animal health conditions for non-commercial movements of animals in

Pet ^ 48), the breeder must ensure compliance with the requirements

referred to in title IV.



(3) a document that allows you to discover the identity of the animal and its control

health status (hereinafter referred to as "pas") ^ ^ 49), 50), issued by a veterinarian

approved for this activity the regional Veterinary Administration.



(4) an approved veterinarian when issuing and filling in the passport shall proceed

According to the article. 22 European Union legislation concerning animal health conditions for

non-commercial movements of pet animals ^ 48) and is obliged to keep

the records referred to in article 3(1). 22 paragraph 1. 3 of the European Union on veterinary

conditions for non-commercial movements of pet animals ^ 48) for

at least 3 years, to forward these records Chamber of veterinary surgeons of the Czech

Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as the "Chamber") and on request, submit to the official

veterinary surgeon.



(5) the approval of a private veterinarian can be a regional

veterinary services is suspended or withdrawn, if this doctor

issued a passport with demonstrably untrue information, or an incompletely filled

incorrectly, or in violation with the terms of this Act or the

the EU regulation on the animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial

movements of pet animals ^ 48).



(6) records of passports is leading the Chamber. The Chamber will allow the veterinary administration authorities

extract from the register of all the information necessary for the performance of the health

supervision.



(7) the implementing legislation adjusts in more detail the marking of dogs, cats and

ferrets and lays down the method of manufacture, issue, and page numbering

passports, keeping their records, the method and time limits for the transmission of data to the

This evidence, the content of this evidence, requests for the recording of data in the

the passport and its pattern.



§ 4b



(1) the Central Veterinary Administration registers on the basis of a written application



and a person for the purposes of the production of) passports (hereinafter referred to as "the manufacturer of passport") to

the application shall be accompanied by the Passport proposal modelled on the implementing

legal act, and



(b)) a person for the purposes of the distribution of passports (hereinafter referred to as the "distributor of passports").



(2) the manufacturer of passport is required to



and) ensure that the passports corresponded to the model laid down in the implementing

prescription,



(b) the number of passports) allocated by the Central Veterinary Administration series in

accordance with article 6(1). 21, art. 3 of the European Union on veterinary

conditions for non-commercial movements of pet animals ^ 48),



(c) to supply passports only), the distributor of passports,



(d)) to pass a records produced passports Chamber in the manner prescribed

the implementing regulation and to submit to the State upon request

animal health management and



(e) the Central Veterinary Administration) to notify their production of passports.



(3) the Distributor is obliged to passports




and to deliver the passports only) veterinarians approved to issue passports

pursuant to Section 4a,



b) keep records of passport supplied by art. 23 para. 2 CCIP

The European Union on the animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movements of animals

Pet ^ 48) for at least 3 years,



(c) forward the records delivered) passports according to art. 23 para. 2 CCIP

The European Union on the animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movements of animals

Pet ^ 48) Chamber of the manner laid down by the implementing

law and upon request, to submit to the State Veterinary Administration and



(d)) to notify the central veterinary administration of their distribution of passports.



§ 5



(1) the keeper of livestock is also required to



and secure implementation of the examination) health examinations and mandatory

preventive and diagnostic operations within the veterinary checks

health, health and control inheritance checks of animal welfare, in

the extent and time limits laid down by the Ministry of agriculture (hereinafter referred to as

"the Ministry") under section 44 para. 1 (b). (d)), keep their results

for at least 1 year and on request to submit the official

veterinary surgeon. If you need to perform also the laboratory examination

samples, this examination must be carried out in the laboratory referred to in § 52

paragraph. 3,



(b)) to the extent appropriate secure species, how they

breeding and lairaging of cleaning, disinfection, disinsectization and meanwhile, the stables,

other spaces and facilities, in which animals are bred, as well as

cleaning and disinfection of equipment, means of transport,

machines, tools, tools, tools, and other objects,

come into direct contact with the animals, use the products

approved in accordance with this Act or special legislation, ^ 9a)

follow the instructions for their use and treat minor animal

products in the manner prescribed by this Act and the regulations of the European Union

^ 9b)



(c) in case of danger) introduction of diseases or diseases transmitted from animals

to establish, where appropriate, to place human resources used to protect the

against the diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to man and care about their

the proper operation,



(d)) of the animals use water that does not jeopardise the health status of the

animals and the wholesomeness of the products, and animal feed

use only wholesome feedingstuffs,



e) administer to animals only medicinal products in accordance with the rules for

their use in providing veterinary care, ^ 5) the animal health

products approved under this Act, of the additive in accordance with the

special legislation ^ 4) and comply with the conditions for the submission of

some of the substances and preparations to animals, whose products are designed to

human consumption (19), to provide the necessary assistance to the authorities

carry out sampling and investigation in connection with the implementation of the plan

monitoring the presence of certain substances and residues thereof in animals, in

animal products, animal feed and drinking water (hereinafter referred to as "plan

the monitoring of certain substances and residues thereof "), and comply with the measures

adopted on the basis of this investigation,



(f) should not be administered to animals) substances and preparations whose use in

farm animals or animals, whose products are designed to

human, is not permitted (section 19 para. 1 and 3) ^ 9 c),



(g) submit on request) the official veterinarian records

laid down special legal regulation 9 d) ^ ^ and allow access to these

also private veterinarian records, issuing the certificate of

State of health of the animal and the health situation in the place of origin (hereinafter referred to as

"medical certificate"),



h) in the case that animals farmed behaves, notify the County

the Veterinary Administration of at least 7 days in advance of their start and end

animal husbandry service activities in relation to farmovému breeding game.



(2) the Breeder, who as an entrepreneur ^ 10) acts for livestock

the purpose of the business, it is also required to



and notify the regional health administration) of at least 7 days in advance of the commencement and

their business activities, as well as to inform the regional

Veterinary Management without undue delay about the changes that will occur in the

how the housing or in the species of animals kept,



(b) the placing on the market) only animals which have not been given unauthorised or

^ 4) prohibited substances or preparations (section 19), keep a record of when and

that medicinal products and substances, which may be adversely affected by the

animal products have been administered to the animals, without delay, submit to the

veterinarian records, noted the Administration

preparations to animals or the vaccination of animals, to keep these records for at least

for 5 years and comply with withdrawal periods,



(c)) to ensure that work in the treatment of the animals and obtain their

products only to persons qualified to carry out such activities in accordance with

specific legislation, ^ 11) that have the basic knowledge about the care of

the animals and the sanitary requirements for the acquisition of livestock products,



d) process and update according to the approved principles [section 44 (1) (a).

c)] a contingency plan in case of the occurrence of dangerous infections and diseases

transmissible from animals to humans, as well as for the case of an emergency

situation (hereinafter referred to as "contingency plan"), and in accordance with national

program control of one or more diseases, diseases transmissible from animals to

humans and agents of these diseases and disease (hereinafter referred to as "the program recovery

animals ') own healing program, submit it for approval to the

the regional Veterinary Administration and follow this program.



(3) the Breeder, who rears poultry as part of their business, it is also

shall immediately after finding a decline in food and water, the decline in

in the production of eggs or poultry increased mortality over the limits set

an implementing regulation to report these facts in the County

the Veterinary Administration.



(4) Implementing law provides



a) animal health requirements for environments in which animals are kept on the

its care and protection from diseases and communicable diseases from

animals to humans and their placing on the market,



(b) substances and preparations) which could not be put into circulation and administered to the animals,

that substances and preparations cannot be administered to animals of certain species and

substances and preparations may be administered to animals of certain species only in certain

terms and conditions and these terms and conditions,



(c) the procedure for processing) of the contingency plans and ozdravovacích

programs of breeders ' point of view, according to which these plans and programmes

process, and what they contain,



(d)), in which cases and under what conditions the State Veterinary

enable management within the limits set by the legal acts of the European Union

mitigate the health requirements laid down in the animal health and their

well-being,



e) limits the downturn in food and water, the decline in egg production

or increased mortality of poultry, above which there are breeders,

who like poultry entrepreneurs for business purposes, required to

to report on these facts the regional Veterinary Administration.



Section 5a



(1) with regard to the rearing of aquaculture animals, the breeder

obliged to further



and the regional health administration) may apply for approval and registration,

where appropriate, only the registration of the aquaculture production business or

Special rybochovného device in which are farmed aquatic animals

(hereinafter referred to as "equipment for the breeding of aquaculture animals"),

notify the regional Veterinary Administration start date for animal husbandry service activities,

run it only after the approval or the registration of, and communicate

the regional veterinary administration of changes to the information provided in the application. In the application

shall indicate the



1. in addition to the information laid down for the submission of the administrative order of the phone number,

fax or e-mail address,



2. the species reared in aquaculture animals, ways

their breeding, water resources and the location of the discharge,



(b) keep a record of the movements of) the aquaculture animals and

products thereof to or from the holding,

in a way that will allow to determine the place of origin and place of destination

relocated creatures, about úhynech animals originating from

aquaculture in each epidemiological unit, and keep logs on

control findings taken from the official controls carried out, after

for at least 2 years of their takeover.



(2) the regional Veterinary Administration and registers,

registers of establishments for rearing of aquaculture animals,

If this device corresponds to its location, the design, the material

veterinary equipment and personnel requirements for such

devices and their operation and its activities does not constitute an unacceptable

the risk of spreading diseases to farms or mollusc farming areas,

or the spread of diseases in the population of aquaculture animals

Wild in the vicinity of the farm or mollusc farming area.

Before any must, however, not accepting regional animal health management in

the applicant's suggestion to consider possible measures to mitigate the risk, including the possible

an alternative location for the device.




(3) if the regional veterinary services finds that are not being met

the obligations of the breeder or the rules for breeding animals originating from

aquaculture, provided for in this law, the approval and registration

suspend or withdraw.



(4) Implementing law provides



and content requirements) the request for approval and registration, or just about

registration of establishments for rearing of aquaculture animals,

the method and timing of notification of changes to the data referred to in the request,



(b)) that establishments for rearing of aquaculture animals may

only be registered,



(c)) the animal and public health requirements for animals originating from

aquaculture and breeding, to the marketing of animals originating in

aquaculture and products thereof on the market and to discharge freely

wild aquatic animals to a facility for animal breeding

of aquaculture,



(d) the keeping of lists) way of authorised and registered,

registered establishments for rearing of aquaculture animals

and the farmers ' records referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b)).



Section 2



Relocation and national transport of animals



§ 6



(1) If this Act or the regulations of the European Union, unless otherwise specified

the breeder from which the animal is moved within the community, shall be obliged to request a

veterinary certificate to the transfer



and the Assembly Centre), or



b) test animal, unless it is an animal from a breeding or

the upstream device ^ 6), or



c) outside the region of hives ^ 7a).



(2) the animal health certificate must be requested also to relocate the animal in the

within the protection zone or the surveillance zone, where applicable, the additional bandwidth with

restrictions, or even outside of this zone, where the transfer of the animal occurs

on the basis of the emergency veterinary measures in cases in which

This law or the regulations of the European Union allow you to permit exceptions from the

the ban on the movement of animals.



(3) the health certificate to transfer the marketing of the animal shall be issued

only if the animal made the required

medical tests or vaccinations and conditions referred to in § 5 para.

1 (b). and if it is), and this animal is marked and registered in accordance with

plemenářského law ^ 9 d). The breeder from which the animal is moved within the community, it is

obliged to pass a copy of the results of such examinations or vaccination details

dairy farmer or operator, to whose economy or

the animal is moved within the Assembly Centre.



(4) a transfer of the animal health certificate must accompany the animal to

to the place of destination and must be kept at least keeper for 1 year

from the day of its release.



(5) the time limit for the submission of applications for the issue of a health certificate to the

the transfer of the animal shall be at least



a) 2 business days prior to the date of the intended transfer of the animal, if it is

of the animal in which the medical tests have been carried out or vaccination

referred to in paragraph 3, or



(b)) 14 days before the date of the intended transfer of the animal in the other

cases.



(6) unless otherwise provided, the period of validity of the veterinary

72 hours of its certificate issuance. However, the regional Veterinary Administration

may, where justified, provide for a different period of validity

the veterinary certificate and indicate it in it.



(7) in the case of the transfer of the animal referred to in paragraph 1, the farmer's

request before submitting an application for the issue of a health certificate

also, the medical certificate issued by a private veterinarian; It

does not apply to the movement of beehives. A private veterinarian who

issued a medical certificate is required to keep a copy of it for 3

years of age.



(8) the implementing legislation provides for



and conditions of the issuing of the health certificate) and the certificate of health

the transfer of the animal and their content requirements,



(b)) animal health requirements for the location and the keeping of animals in isolation, including

determination of professional veterinary operations, which are carried out in

connection with the location and the holding of animals in isolation,



(c)) in which cases and under what conditions can the regional veterinary

enable management in accordance with legal acts of the European Union to soften the

exceptions to the veterinary requirements for the movement of animals between Member

States, in the case of temporary relocation for grazing or for use to

sporting, cultural or other similar purposes.



§ 7



(1) the collection of animals to be transported, their loading, transhipment and

unloading is carried out under the supervision of the keeper or its designee.

The places where the animals are collected, loaded, translated and

interpreted, must meet the requirements for the protection of the health and welfare of animals

and be regularly cleaned and disinfected.



(2) animals may be carried only under the conditions laid down in this

by law, the law on the protection of animals against cruelty ^ 6) and legislation of the European

Union governing the protection of animals during transport of ^ 14); the official veterinary

doctors shall keep to compliance with these terms.



(3) the transport of animals may be used only to transport equipment,

that



and its design), the design and equipment requirements

the transport of animals of the species concerned, do not damage their health, does not

pain and suffering to them, preventing them from escaping or falling out and protect them

against adverse weather conditions,



(b)) are secured against loss or water flow, feed,

bedding, excrement and other waste,



(c)) have been before and after the cleaned and disinfected,



(d) additional requirements) are laid down by the law on the protection of animals

against cruelty ^ 6) and European Union regulations governing the protection of animals

during the transport of ^ 14).



§ 8



(1) the carrier who holds an authorization to transport cattle, swine,

ovine or caprine animals, issued by the regional veterinary services under this Act

and European Union legislation governing the protection of animals during

transport of ^ 14) is required to



and) have available appropriate facilities for the cleaning and disinfection of the transport

the funds, approved by the regional veterinary services, including

(the device) for storing litter and dung, or submit to the County

the Veterinary Administration of proof that these operations are carried out for it by another

person authorised by the competent authority,



(b) the transport of animals) to use means of transport that were immediately after the

each shipment of animals or products which might affect the health

animals, and if necessary before any new loading of animals,

cleaned and disinfected with disinfectants registered and

procedures or medicines, whose entry into circulation were allowed ^ 5),



(c)) to ensure that the animals being transported is accompanied by the required

the accompanying documents,



(d)) to ensure that transported the animals coming during transport at the time of

between leaving the holdings or the Assembly Centre of origin and

arriving at destination come into contact with animals of a lower health

status,



e) lead for each vehicle used for the transport of animals, records of

carried out by the transport and the cleaning and disinfecting vehicles and put in them



1. place, date and time of receipt of animals to be transported,



2. first and last name or business name and address of the holding or

the Assembly Centre where the animals were taken,



3. expected time of transport,



4. place, date and time of delivery of animals transported,



5. first and last name or business name and address of the beneficiary or beneficiaries

of animals transported,



6. the species and number of animals being transported,



7. data on the accompanying documents, including their numbers,



8. date and place of the cleaning and disinfection of vehicles,



(f)) to keep a record referred to in (e)) for at least 3 years and at the

request, submit to the official veterinarian.



(2) the provisions of paragraph 1 shall not apply to a carrier carrying cattle

or pigs to a maximum distance of 65 km counted from the place of departure

to the place of destination.



(3) a person who operates a slaughterhouse, a place designated for the regular holding of

the lure of the animal or other place to which they are regularly transported

animals, is obliged to create conditions to ensure that after completion of the transportations

the animals could perform the cleaning and disinfecting of the carrier of the vehicle used in the

its device.



(4) in the case of transport of aquaculture animals, the

the carrier shall be obliged to keep records of the úhynech of those animals during the

the transport, if this is possible due to the nature of these shall

animals on farms, mollusc farming areas and

processing establishments visited by means of transport and the

water exchange during transport, in particular the sources of water and places its

the discharge.



(5) the implementing legislation shall determine the method and procedures for cleaning and

disinfection of means of transport used for the carriage of animals, the requirements

the area intended for the cleaning and disinfecting of means of transport,

as well as additional requirements on the prevention of diseases and their spread

the transport of animals.



§ 9



Lead animal



(1) Lead the animals may be just under veterinary supervision.




(2) the organizer of the Assembly is required to ask a municipality for authorization of the venue

Assembly.



(3) the organiser downspout is also required to request prior to the application

referred to in paragraph 2 from the regional veterinary administration of animal health conditions for

the holding of the Assembly and to ensure their compliance.



(4) the regional Veterinary Administration registers circuses, publishes the indexes

animals in the circus ("circus animals") and the registers of locations

performances of the circus and carry out other tasks arising for the official

veterinarians from the European Union on veterinary legislation

requirements for the movement of circus animals between Member States ^ 14a).

The animal health conditions laid down in European Union regulations governing

animal health requirements for the movement of circus animals between Member

States ^ 14a) for the movement of circus animals between Member States,

apply to the national movement of such animals.



(5) the Passports for circus animals exhibit the approval of veterinarians

for this activity [§ 3 paragraph 1 (b) (ii))] and confirmed by an official veterinary

doctors of the respective regional veterinary administrations; Register of such passports

leading the Chamber. The approval of the veterinary surgeon for this activity can be

suspended or withdrawn the veterinarian who issued the passport with

demonstrably untrue information, filled incorrectly or incompletely or

in accordance with the conditions laid down by the legislation of the European Union governing the

animal health requirements for the movement of circus animals between Member

States ^ 14a).



§ 9a



Assembly Centre



(1) the Assembly Centre must



and) be



1. arranged and equipped in a manner consistent with the purpose of the Assembly

the Centre, including facilities for the performance of the State veterinary supervision,



2. cleaned and disinfected prior to use according to the instructions of the official

veterinarian,



3. placed at a time when the animals are collected, in the area of

not subject to extraordinary health measures applicable to

animals of the species concerned,



b) admit only animals that are identified and registered in accordance with

plemenářského law ^ 9 d) and accompanied by a health certificate and that

When coming to the Assembly Centre supervised by an official

veterinarian or approved veterinarian,



(c)) ensure appropriate care and well-being of the animals,



(d)) have a sufficient number of veterinary surgeons approved for

Assembly Centre,



e) comply with the obligations and requirements set out for muster

the Centre of this Act and the regulations governing the protection of the European Union

animals during transport ^ 14)



(f)) be subject to state veterinary supervision.



(2) the operator of an Assembly Centre shall keep, for a period of

at least 3 years to store and, on request, provide the official veterinarian

the doctor records of the data concerning the adopted animals and their

breeders, the places of their origin, and the implied locations, to which they are

sent, carriers and means of transport, which bring the animals into the

the Centre and carried them from the Centre.



(3) the Assembly Centre must be approved and registered with the

the veterinary services; such approval may be limited to a certain kind of

animals for breeding and production or to animals for slaughter.

The regional Veterinary Administration and registers the Assembly

Center that its design, material and personnel equipment

the purpose of the Centre and animal health requirements on them, and shall allocate to

Veterinary approval number. If the regional animal health management

It finds that the operator's obligations are not being met at the Assembly

the Centre, or rules for the operation of the Centre provided for in this Act,

It is entitled to suspend or withdraw the approval.



(4) the regional Veterinary Administration inspects for the approval of veterinary

doctor Assembly Centre, whether this veterinarian has

financial interest in the Assembly Centre and that are not

operator of the Assembly Centre persons each other loved ones.

May decide to suspend approval for the activity of the Assembly

Centre of the private veterinarian, if the veterinary

the doctor has met the obligations or does not meet the requirements of the veterinary

doctor Assembly Centre and in its activities, laid down in this

Act or the regulations of the European Union, or may decide to withdraw

approval for the activity of the Assembly Center to a private

veterinarian, if the veterinarian repeatedly fail to comply with

obligations or does not meet the requirements for the veterinarian

Assembly Centre and in its activities, established by this Act

or the regulations of the European Union.



(5) Implementing law provides



and arrangement of the material and) personal equipment Assembly

the Centre,



(b)) animal health requirements for the animals to be taken to the Assembly

the Centre,



(c) the request for approval) the details of the Assembly Centre,



d) data recorded by the operator Assembly Centre.



§ 9b



(1) a person who as an entrepreneur ^ 10) directly or indirectly buys and

sold cattle, pigs, sheep and goats for profit, has a turnover

these animals, which will sell again within 30 days, or is moved from

some spaces to other premises or directly to a slaughterhouse, provided that such

other spaces or the slaughterhouse are not in its possession, and that was for

This activity the regional Veterinary Administration approved and registered

(hereinafter referred to as "Merchant"),



and) may buy and sell only animals which



1. are identified and registered in accordance with the law plemenářského ^ 9 d), and if it is not

unless otherwise provided, accompanied by a health certificate,



2. bovine animals come from herds that are officially free of tuberculosis,

brucellosis and leukosis, and in the case of animals for slaughter, which are officially free of

Tuberculosis and enzootic bovine leukosis, and in the case of nekastrovaného

officially brucellosis-free bovine. The State Veterinary Administration may allow

purchase and sale of designated animals for slaughter, which do not meet the stated

conditions, if these animals are delivered as soon as possible directly to the slaughterhouse,

without passes through buildings or other devices of the trader, and

If it is certain that after arrival at the slaughterhouse and do not come into contact with

other animals and are slaughtered separately,



(b)) shall keep records of data stores, store is

for at least 3 years and on request, submit to the official veterinarian

doctors,



(c)) may, in connection with this business use only

the building, where applicable, other devices, which have been registered for this purpose

the regional Veterinary Administration, satisfy the animal health requirements and are

under veterinary supervision,



(d)) shall, when holding bought the animals in their buildings or other

devices, to ensure these animals due care and well-being and

employ in doing so, people who have a basic knowledge about the care of

animals.



(2) the regional Veterinary Administration shall approve and register a trader who

meets the requirements of paragraph 1, and shall allocate to health

the approval number; If it finds that these requirements are not

complied with, it may suspend or withdraw approval.



(3) Implementing law provides



and the animal health requirements) must correspond to the buildings or other

the equipment used by the trader to hold the purchased animal



(b) the request for approval) the details of the trader,



c) authentication method basic knowledge referred to in paragraph 1 (b).

(d)).



Section 3



Diseases and their control



§ 10



(1) the State Veterinary Administration



and) gets, collects and evaluates the knowledge about the suspected occurrence and

on the occurrence and spread of diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to man,

as well as the knowledge on the occurrence of zoonotic agents,



(b)) takes corresponding measures on communicable diseases, diseases of the

animals to humans and other animal diseases and to prevent their

the dissemination,



(c)) shall exercise supervision of compliance with the prohibition of vaccination against certain

diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to humans and of compliance with the

measures to which the vaccinated animals are subject to, and in cases of importation

animals for which have not yet been established (harmonised) import conditions

at the level of the European Union [section 34 (1) (b))], specifies that the vaccination

prevents the import of animals and animal products,



d) monitors and evaluates the occurrence of vectors in the case of diseases for which the

the transfer is carried out solely in this way; the vector in this

context means any animal belonging to the obratlovcům or off,

that may be mechanical or biological means to transmit and spread the agent of

the disease.



(2) the list of diseases, the occurrence of which must be in accordance with legal acts of the European

Union governing the reporting of diseases and veterinary expenditure ^ 14 d)

reported to the European Commission (hereinafter referred to as "the Commission") and the Member States,

published in the journal of the Department of agriculture. Of the disease, including diseases

transmissible from animals to humans, that are considered unsafe, and


their agents are subject to reporting to the regional veterinary administration of the Central

the Veterinary Administration of the State Veterinary Administration (hereinafter referred to as "the Central

animal health management ") and are listed in annex 2 to this Act.



(3) Implementing law provides



and the method and time limits) reporting of the diseases referred to in paragraph 2, first sentence,



(b)) for that disease, disease transmitted from animals to humans and their

the originator shall be drawn up in accordance with approved policy [section 44 (1) (a).

(c))] contingency plans



(c)) for that disease, disease transmitted from animals to humans and their

the originator shall be drawn up the healing programs



d) according to which aspects are the procedures for recognising herds, economy,

areas or State as being free of diseases, and in this context when requesting

specific animal health conditions and veterinary, or

health guarantees (hereinafter referred to as "special health guarantees")

applied in accordance with the legal acts of the European Union in trade

animals and animal products, how and what aspects of the

procedures for the suspension, withdrawal or renewal of that status,



(e)) of the disease and the disease transmissible from animals to humans, which may not

the animals have been vaccinated, as well as health conditions and rules of vaccination

in cases in which the required nature of the disease or illness portable

from animals to humans, the circumstances of its occurrence and its consequences, the risk

its spread, or other reasons,



(f) negotiate and) measures to prevent the spread of certain dangerous diseases

and diseases transmissible from animals to humans, the method of placing and holding

animals in quarantine and veterinary support tasks that are performed in the

the course,



g) monitoring rules of diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to humans and

zoonotic agents.



§ 11



(1) a person employed by him, the farmer in breeding, transport, Assembly and

sale of animals, as well as other persons who come into contact with

animals, animal products, or their samples, and that due to the

professional qualifications and experience can recognize the signs

to suggest the suspected occurrence of a dangerous disease or disease communicable

from animals to humans, are required to immediately notify the County

the Veterinary Administration or ensure its awareness of this suspicion.



(2) the obligation to declare the persons referred to in paragraph 1 shall cease as soon as the

suspected presence of dangerous diseases, or diseases transmitted from animals to

a man has been reported to the official veterinarian or the private

veterinary surgeon.



(3) for the user class, the owner or lessee of the pond or

Special rybochovného equipment as well as for other actors in

on breeding and hunting game or fish, the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2

by analogy.



§ 12



(1) the keeper of the animals on which shows symptoms indicating

suspected presence of dangerous diseases, is required to



and to the arrival of) an official veterinarian to ensure that the



1. animals which are susceptible to the disease and leave their

Habitat,



2. the animal products that come from suspect animals, have not been

used, however processed or put into circulation and that they are

stored separately,



3. objects that may be carriers of disease agents, have not been plotted

or exported and used elsewhere,



4. a suspect animals were disinfected,



5. persons who are treating suspected animals come into contact with

other animals and that in areas that serve the farming of the suspect animals

They other person without good reason,



(b)) after the arrival of the official veterinarian, follow their

instructions and lessons.



(2) a private veterinarian who perform their activities found

suspected presence of dangerous diseases,



and investigate suspected animals), as appropriate, of the dead,

premature, stillborn or killed animals (hereinafter referred to as

"carcases"), and if there is a risk of delay, take samples to

laboratory examination,



(b)) shall immediately so inform the regional Veterinary Administration about suspected presence of

dangerous disease



c) provide the necessary lessons including lessons breeders on the obligation

to take the measures referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and) (hereinafter "the urgent

the measures "),



d) if so required by the nature of the dangerous disease or local conditions, it remains

in place to the arrival of the official veterinarian, and monitors the health

status of the animals.



section 13 of the



(1) the regional animal health management, which was informed of the suspicion of

the occurrence of dangerous disease or is encountered when carrying out its tasks,

examines emergency measures carried out by the farmer and without delay, in

accordance with the uniform procedures and methods approved by the institutions of the European

the Union for the diagnosis and control of the disease and with the emergency

plans and orders, as necessary, shall make a special veterinary measures for

to confirm or exclude this suspicion and to protect the

against the possible spread of the disease and to establish arrangements for implementation of these measures,

in particular, the

and investigate suspect animals and) the carcases, as needed



take samples for laboratory examination and carry out other tasks for the

to confirm or exclude the presence of the disease on the holding,



(b) continue to this economy) monitor and initiate the epidemiological inquiry

aimed at identifying the possible origin and source of infection, time of its

It occurs in the economy, the presence and the deployment of its agents and

vectors and determine the next economy, whose position, arrangement or

contacts with the holding where the suspected occurrence of the hazardous

the disease, to justify the suspicion of the occurrence of this disease in these

farms (hereinafter referred to as "contact holding"),



(c)) shall order the keeper



1. possession of animals susceptible to the disease on their housing

locations and separately from animals suspected and disables the movement of animals from the

holding or holdings



2. make an inventory of animals susceptible to the disease, which are in

economy, and the management and continuous updating of an inventory of animals

dead, infected or suspicious,



3. where the nature of the disease and the circumstances of the case, the losers or

killing an animal for diagnostic purposes,



4. restrictions on the handling of animal products, feedingstuffs of animal origin,

objects, materials and substances that may be carriers of the disease agents



(d)) shall determine the method and rules on the use of appropriate means of disinfection

at the entrances and exits of the places in which they are housed animals are susceptible to

the disease, as well as at the entrances and exits and entrances to the holding

and exits of the holding,



(e) instruct farmers in particular) the nature of the disease and its spread, and options

the further treatment with suspicious animals, animal products,

objects, materials and substances that may be carriers of disease agents.



(2) the measures referred to in paragraph 1 may be extended to the extent necessary

to contact holdings.



(3) if so required by the nature of the disease, the risk of its spread, the risk of

the imminent public or animal health, or the risk of serious injury,

or local conditions, the regional Veterinary Administration measures

referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (c)), and (d)) and in paragraph 2 on the ground.



(4) the Breeder is obliged to accept the measures referred to in paragraphs 1

up to 3 and provide the necessary assistance to perform them.



(5) Regional animal health management



and) terminates the measures referred to in paragraphs 1 to 3, if the suspicion of

the occurrence of dangerous diseases have been excluded, or



(b)) shall proceed in accordance with § 15, if the incidence of dangerous diseases

confirmed.



(6) the provisions of paragraphs 1 to 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the muster

centres, slaughterhouses and other sites where it is suspected that the occurrence of the

dangerous disease.



§ 14



There is a suspicion of the occurrence of dangerous infections in animals, which is

participating in the Assembly, and unless otherwise the official veterinarian

the executing state veterinary supervision over the drain pipe, is the operator of a downspout

required to ensure that



and suspect animals was located) separately from the other animals,



(b) the Assembly concerned) the animals to leave its premises and to

It must be other animals



c) animal products and objects that may be carriers of pathogens

the diseases have not been formulated or exported from the Assembly areas,



(d)) of the person that came into contact with suspicious animals, based on the

Assembly areas only with the consent of an official veterinarian, and to

they do them in another person without good reason.



Safeguard and control measures



§ 15



(1) If a dangerous disease confirmed or if there is a risk of

its spread, the competent authority shall, in accordance with the uniform procedures and

methods approved by the institutions of the European Union for the diagnosis and control of

the disease and with the emergency plans of the corresponding special

health measures for controlling the disease and its protection

proliferation (hereinafter referred to as "protective and control measures"), in particular



and) the definition of the outbreak and its warning indication




(b)) the establishment of the protection zone and surveillance zone if necessary and more

the restricted zone,



(c)), or the slaughter of the culling animals sick, according to the circumstances and

suspected and susceptible to disease,



(d) an inventory of the holdings) animals of susceptible species in the zones defined in

subparagraph (b)),



(e) the establishment of rules for movement), transportation and investigation of such

animals in the bands referred to in subparagraph (b)), as well as for the handling of products

these animals,



f) disposal, where appropriate, further processing of

animal products,



(g)) the destruction of contaminated feedingstuffs, other contaminated materials and

substances, as well as contaminated equipment that cannot be

disinfected,



h) cleaning, disinfection, disinsectization and meanwhile, premises, facilities and

means of transport, in which animals are kept or transported

sick or suspect animals, and are susceptible to infection,



I) vaccination of animals,



j) ensure that the awareness of the people in the bands referred to in subparagraph (b))

ordered by the disease control measures, trade and



k) in the case of the disease, whose incidence is mandatorily reported to the Commission and the Member

States, ensure that the public authorities referred to in

the standby plan of the region through the operating and information

Centre the integrated rescue system of the region.



(2) in justified cases, on the outbreak of the disease carries out continuous

the State veterinary supervision.



(3) in accordance with paragraph 1, the competent authority shall proceed even if, if it was confirmed

the occurrence of dangerous disease abroad and if there is a risk of the

introduction in the territory of the Czech Republic.



section 16 of the



(1) Safeguard and control measures may be extended in the necessary

the range also to contact holdings.



(2) the animals intended for slaughter or killed in connection with their

conservation and control measures, the subjects that may be carriers of the

disease agents, as well as animal by-products intended for destruction

delete or further processing can be transported, processed

or disposed of in the manner laid down by the regional veterinary only

Administration.



§ 17



(1) the Authority that ordered the protective and control measures, it shall terminate the

the measure, if it is not the legal acts of the European Union, unless otherwise specified, if



and from the losers or killed), or after treatment, or the death of the

of all the animals of susceptible species in the outbreak of the disease and safe disposal

their carcasses, fixed by the observation period has elapsed and during

prevent further disease that disease or there is suspicion of

This disease,



(b)) were the final cleaning, disinfection, disinsection, and disinfestation in

the outbreak of the disease if these measures were ordered, executed by

the instructions and under the supervision of the official veterinarian in a way that

excludes the spread or survival of the causative agents of disease, and from the implementation of these

sufficient time has elapsed, the measures to ensure that the infection has been completely

eliminated,



(c)) was made the appropriate clinical and laboratory examination, if

and that was ordered, with favourable results.



(2) the regional Veterinary Administration may order that in viewing time will be

in an environment in which diseased animals were kept, placed control

an indicator-based animals are susceptible to the disease.



(3) in view of the progress of the fighting and the risk of spreading dangerous disease

the authority referred to in paragraph 1, change or discontinue some of the ordered

protective and control measures even before meeting the conditions referred to in

paragraph 1, if, due to the epidemiological information already

These measures are necessary and there is no risk of spreading the disease.



(4) the regional veterinary services may to a reasoned request from the breeder or

from official duties to enable an individual exemption from the protection and

effective measures, ordered her or other competent authority,

If this does not jeopardise the control of disease or to increase

the danger of its spread.



§ 17a



A network of epidemiological monitoring



(1) the Central Veterinary Administration may impose on all or part of the territory

the State network of epidemiological monitoring in bovine animals and swine (hereinafter referred to as "network

watching "), through which they ensure the management official

the epidemiological classification of holdings, their regular veterinary

checks, collecting epidemiological data and monitor the health

the situation.



(2) Monitoring Network consists of



and the herd, and economy) of the person responsible for them, approved by County

veterinary services for inclusion in the network monitor,



b) veterinarians holding approval pertaining to network

monitoring,



c) State Constitution for veterinary laboratory Diagnostics (hereinafter referred to as

"the State Veterinary institutes) and laboratories referred to in § 52 para. 3,



(d)) of the State Veterinary Administration, official veterinarians performing the

inspection of slaughter animals and meat and official veterinarians responsible

for assembly centres,



e) ^ 8 the central register) and the digital form of the data in the information system

The State Veterinary Administration (hereinafter referred to as "computerised database").



(3) the Central Veterinary Administration keeps a list of holdings that are

included in the network, and monitor approved veterinarians;

fails to fulfil any of the conditions set by the tracking network participants,

the regional Veterinary Administration shall suspend or withdraw his approval.



(4) the farmer whose holding is included in network monitoring

shall be obliged to



and for its economy) to secure the services of an approved veterinarian.

doctor



(b) without delay to the holding) invite the approved veterinarian,

If the suspected dangerous disease or disease communicable

from animals to humans,



c) realize the approved veterinarian of all the animals comings

to the economy and to place these animals before their inclusion into the herd in the

the isolation in which the course is being validated, as appropriate, in the form of the required

tests whether the health status of the holding can be retained.



(5) the veterinary services shall be approved by the regional veterinarian, if the

This veterinarian has no financial interest in the economy

and if they are not close to each other with keeper persons. If required by the

the right functioning of the monitoring network, the regional Veterinary Administration

specify that the approved veterinarian to act only in a certain number of

economy or only in a particular territory.



(6) an approved veterinarian is required to



and regularly update their knowledge) from the area of animal health, which

regarding the particular species of animals, including knowledge of the legislation,

governing the performance of its duties,



(b)) to provide the necessary information and assistance to breeders to was

all steps to preserve the health status of the holding and to the

compliance with the animal health requirements relating to the marking and registration of

animals, reports of dangerous diseases and any other factors

risk in terms of health or welfare, or health,

rapid determination of the causes of death of animals occurred and where to

sent their carcasses, as well as the hygiene conditions of the herd and

production units of the animals,



(c)) to ensure that the animals, including the animals entering the holding and

animals which are the subject of trade, veterinary

requirements relating to identity checks of animals and veterinary

the certificate.



(7) the computerised database shall be conducted so that it could be always

Figure



and) identification numbers of all bovine animals present on the holding or

in the case of groups of pigs the registration number of the holding of origin, or

the herd of origin and the number of the health certificate, as appropriate,



(b)) for each bovine animal starting with the list of all the holdings,

the holding where the animal was born, and in the case of an animal imported

from a third country, the holding from which they were imported, in the case of groups

the registration number of the last pig farm or last herd,

and in the case of animals imported from a third country, the holding of which was

these animals imported,



(c)), additional data which lays down implementing legislation.



(8) the said data shall be kept in the computerised database for a period of 3 years

following from the death of the animal, in the case of bovine animals, or from the performance of

the last record about an animal, in the case of pigs.



(9) the computerised database shall be fully operational no matter whether

the monitoring network has been introduced.



(10) Implementing legislation may provide that, where required under legal acts

The European Union,



and details for the classification of herds), the economy and the people behind them

responsible to the network monitoring,



(b) the approval of veterinary surgeons) details for the economy,



(c)) other data the computerized database (paragraph 7),



d) measures to ensure the health of animals and prevention of the spread of disease in the

If the conditions have not been met network monitoring.



section 17b



Other diseases and their control



There is a suspicion of the presence of other disease, which for the purposes of this


the Act is not considered to be dangerous, or diseases transmitted from animals

the man, who is not a disease regarded as dangerous, or if the

confirmed occurrence of disease or illness, take, or stores

the competent authority shall take measures corresponding to its nature, severity,

the capabilities of its spread and how to control, as well as the local

conditions.



TITLE III



HEALTH SAFETY OF ANIMAL PRODUCTS



Section 1



Basic animal health requirements for animal products



section 18



(1) animal products must



and) conform to the requirements of their production, processing, storage,

transport and marketing, provided by law, special

^ 3) legislation and regulations of the European Union ^ 14 d)



(b)) to be a wholesome and safe in terms of protecting human health and the

animals, in particular it must not be a source of risk spreading diseases and illnesses

transmissible from animals to man,



(c) comply with microbiological criteria) and must not contain residues and

contaminants in quantities based on scientific evaluation

constitute a danger to human health ^ 14e)



(d)) to be, if it is not prescribed by this Act or the regulations of the European Union

otherwise, the specified way bear the health mark,

or, if it is not the use of the health mark provided for,

identification mark ^ 14f).



(2) animal products which are intended for human consumption, it must be

obtained from animals, which



and) meet the animal health requirements for animals of the species concerned as laid down

This Act, special legislation ^) and regulations 14 g

Union ^ 14 d)



b) come from a holding, territory or part of the undertaking of the territory that

limiting or prohibiting the veterinary measures

apply to the animals and their products, and which was adopted by the

the rules laid down by this Act or by a specific legislative

^ Regulations 14 h) due to the presence of foot and mouth disease, classical swine fever

swine, swine vesicular disease, African swine fever, rinderpest,

Newcastle disease, avian influenza or the plague of small ruminants,

or due to the occurrence of diseases in aquatic animals, fish and shellfish,

referred to in the special legislation ^ 14 h)



(c)) have not been slaughtered, in the case of meat and meat products, in business, in which

during the process of slaughter and production animals infected or was present

suspected of being infected as referred to under point (b)), or carcasses

bodies or parts of bodies of animals, until it was suspected

out of the question,



(d)) are in line, in the case of aquatic animals and animals originating from

aquaculture, with the requirements laid down in specific legislation ^ 14i).



(3) the regional Veterinary Administration may, subject to measures for the control of

the diseases referred to in paragraph 2 (a). (b)), allow for a specified

animal health conditions have been manufactured, processed and marketed

animal products intended for human consumption that originate in the territory of the

or part of the territory, subject to a limiting or prohibiting veterinary

the measures referred to in paragraph 2 (a). (b)), but not from the economy,

in which some of the diseases referred to in paragraph 2 (a). (b)),

or which is suspected of the incidence of such diseases.



(4) animal products for which reasonable doubt about compliance with the

obligations or requirements to ensure their health certificate, and

food of animal origin ^ 15) which were for this reason returned from

the business network, may be used or further processed only

the approval of the regional Veterinary Administration and subject to the conditions laid down.



(5) animal-based foods that are wholesome,

be considered as edible, or edible after special arrangements

(treatment) or from the further processing. Food of animal origin

do not comply with the requirements of the health certificate, shall be considered as

inedible.



(6) the implementing legislation



and) lays down the



1. the animal health and public health requirements for special treatment (treatment), and

the use of animal products referred to in paragraph 3 and intended for human

consumption, as well as the food of animal origin applicable after the Special

treatment (treatment) or from the further processing,



2. the method of labelling meat comes from the territory or part of the territory,

referred to in paragraph 3,



3. which animal-based foods are edible and which are

inedible,



(b)) may provide, where required under legal acts of the European Union, details

on the special adjustments (treatments), where applicable, of further processing and

the use of minced meat, meat preparations, meat products, milk

products and egg products.



§ 19



(1) Animals, whose products are intended for human consumption, may be administered

or they only use additives, medicines and more

preparations intended for these animals that have been produced and brought into

circulation in accordance with this Act and special legislation ^ 5).



(2) animals which have been submitted to the additives, medicines and more

products leaving unwanted residues in animal products,

can be used for the acquisition or manufacture of products for feed

people only after the withdrawal period laid down by the manufacturer or an approved

by the competent authority. In the case of medicinal products which have been used in

the case of the nepředpokládaném decision on their registration, or if it is

about unregistered medicinal products for which the protection is not provided

period, animals may be used in this way after at least



and 28 days), in the case of meat from poultry and mammals including fat and offal,



b) 7 days, in the case of milk and eggs,



(c)) stupňodnů, 500 in the case of the meat of the fish, while the number of stupňodnů is

checks by multiplying the average daily temperature of water by the number of days.



(3) additives and medicinal products which have hormonal,

thyreostatický or beta adrenergic effect must not be put into circulation

and administered to the animals referred to in paragraph 1, except where the

laid down in the implementing regulation.



(4) the drug may be administered to animals in feed mixtures

(medicated feedingstuffs); for the production of such mixtures and putting them into

circulation applies specific legislation. ^ 5)



(5) the use of medicinal products in wild game, whose products

they are intended for human consumption is prohibited, except in cases where it is

the user is obliged to secure implementation of mandatory private hunting grounds, preventive and

diagnostic operations within the veterinary checks the health of the wild

game, and that the extent and time limits laid down by the Ministry in accordance with § 44

paragraph. 1 (b). (d)). the user is obliged to keep a hunting license usage data

medicinal products for wild game in the first sentence for

at least 5 years and on request, submit to the official veterinarian

doctors. Data on the use of medicinal products in wild game

include the type and number of animals, for which a medicinal product used,

the territory in which it was used, the name of the medicinal product and the amount of

of the medicinal product, the date of the use of the medicinal product and the withdrawal period

of the medicinal product.



(6) the implementing legislation provides for



and) how the treatment of animals, which have been administered substances and preparations

referred to in paragraph 3, and with their products,



(b) the method of monitoring the presence of unauthorised) or prohibited substances and

products, as well as residues of substances having a pharmacological action, of their

metabolites and of other substances that were in animal products and

that could be harmful to the health of people, animals, animal

products and drinking water, assistance to the fulfilment of this task

provided by the keeper of the animals and the people who produce and process

animal products, and measures to ensure that the health certificate

animal products, adopted on the basis of the results of monitoring.



Veterinary examination of animal products



section 20



(1) any person who puts into circulation the meat or organs of slaughter and other

animals and products thereof for human consumption or for animal feed,

It may do so only after the examination, assessment and labelling of these products

in the manner prescribed by this Act and the regulations of the European Union ^ 15a), in

According to the results of the examination and assessment.



(2) wild game meat must come from animals caught and killed in accordance with the

special legislation ^ 6) ^ 4) and must be in accordance with the Special

^ Law 16) marked in a way that allows its identification.



(3) fish, crustaceans, molluscs, frogs and other animals of the water and

the terrestrial environment and intended for human consumption must be obtained the permissible

the manner of hunting (catches), capture or collect. ^ 17)



(4) unless otherwise provided, can be put into circulation only



and) milk obtained from animals whose health status, how to

breeding and nutrition do not affect adversely the wholesomeness and

that has been treated with mlékárensky, as well as products made from this milk.

Request the production of dairy products from mlékárensky treated milk, however,


does not apply if the approved technological process requires taking into account the

characteristics of the product to be used in its manufacture mlékárensky

the untreated milk; for this purpose, the production of milk products means

How to change the character of this milk,



(b)) eggs which have been prosvícena and manner marked ^ 17a),



c) med that is harmless and comes from clinically healthy

a bee colony.



section 21



(1) unless otherwise provided, shall be slaughtered in a slaughter

the slaughterhouse under the conditions provided for in this law, the special legal

^ 6) rules and regulations of the European Union ^ 17 c)



(2) animals for slaughter with the exception of bovine animals over 24 months of age, horses, asses and

their hybrids can be slaughtered at the holding of the keeper, if

their meat and organs intended only for consumption at home breeders

(home defeat). This meat and organs shall be subject to veterinary examination,

If so provided by the regional Veterinary Administration with regard to the animal health

situation.



(3) the Home slaughter of bovine animals under 24 months or deer from the

breeding of farmed game can only be performed on the holding of the keeper, which

It was the regional veterinary services on the basis of a written application enabled

the implementation of domestic animals of the species listed in the slaughter that holding.

Regional animal health management in the authorisation shall specify the conditions of implementation home

slaughter. Period of validity of the authorisation is issued for 3 years. If the regional

veterinary services finds that the breeder when performing home defeat

progresses in contravention of this Act or the regulations of the European Union or

violates the conditions set by the regional Veterinary Administration, issued by the

to enable breeders to be withdrawn. Each home defeat of these species is

the breeder shall at least 7 days before the implementation of the report of the regional

the Veterinary Administration. Authorization to perform domestic slaughter of deer

from a farmed breeding in holding the breeder is not required if the

breeders of the permit to the slaughter of the deer family game farmed

breeding in the economy. The implementing legislation provides for content

requirements for an application for authorisation of the home slaughter and containment requirements

her reporting.



(4) Animals farmed can be slaughtered at the farm for only

conditions laid down by the legislation of the European Union ^ 17 c). Authorisation is issued

the regional Veterinary Administration breeders on the basis of a written application, which

meets the requirements of the special legal regulation ^ 17ca) and in which

the breeder provide evidence that the conditions laid down by the regulations of the European

Union ^ 17 c).



(5) the regional Veterinary Administration can to defeat large farmed game in the

the holding referred to in paragraph 4 or to the home slaughter of deer from the

breeding of farmed game to kill these animals allow the use of firearms

weapons. Permit is issued on the basis of a written application, to which the

the farmer must



and) demonstrate that the killing of a firearm does



1. the holder of a firearm licence issued under a special legal

prescription ^ 17cb), or



2. the breeder in person or a person who is in the work, or

a similar proportion, if the holder of the arms licence Group (C) issued by the

under special legislation ^ 17cb), and



(b) attach justification to kill) animal firearm.

For the purposes of this provision, a large farmed game means the deer,

mouflons and wild pigs are bred farmed.



(6) the period of validity of the permit issued in accordance with paragraph 5 is 3 years. Time

the validity of the permit may be extended to regional Veterinary Administration

upon written application by the holder of the permit, 3 months ago

the end of the validity period of 3 years, unless the holder of the authorization shall provide evidence that the

conditions under which the authorisation was granted.



(7) a permit issued under paragraph 5 shall cease, if the

have changed the conditions under which it was issued. Change of the conditions referred to in

paragraph 5 is the breeder shall without undue delay notify in writing

the regional Veterinary Administration.



(8) the regional Veterinary Administration may permit issued pursuant to paragraph 4

or 5 withdraw it if any breach of the conditions under which it was

released.



(9) the Breeder, who is the holder of the authorization referred to in paragraph 5, shall be required to

have a sketch of the farm or farms, with an indication

location of shooting and the means to ensure safety in the shooting, a certified

an expert in the field of ballistics; This does not affect the obligations of the holder

arms licence under special legislation ^ 17cb).



(10) the regional Veterinary Administration shall notify the competent service of the police of the Czech

Republic of place and time of use of a firearm to slaughter animals in the

farmed in the economy or to the home slaughter of deer from the

farmed animals.



(11) to the slaughterhouse must be delivered healthy pregnant breeding.



(12) the animals for slaughter shall be subject to compulsory veterinary at the slaughterhouse

examination before slaughter, their meat, organs and other parts after

the losers (inspection of slaughter animals and meat). Examination (examination)

before slaughter and after the slaughter carried out by the official veterinarian,

meets the requirements of the professional qualifications established by regulations of the European

Union ^ 17e). When it proceeds according to the following rules, which also provides

When and in which cases an official veterinarian need not be present

examination (examination), carried out by the official veterinary assistant ^ f).



(13) the Veterinary examination of the carcasses of hunted wild game and wild game meat is

carried out in the manner and to the extent laid down by the legislation of the European Union ^ 17 g).



(14) in the context of the Veterinary examination of animals for slaughter and animals,

susceptible to trichinosis, are investigating their muscle on the presence

trichinosis (Trichinella). If this test is not done by the regional

the veterinary services shall be carried out in the laboratory referred to in § 52

paragraph. 3.



15) Implementing legislation sets out the rules and procedure of the veterinary

investigation and assessment of animal products, the labelling of the

products on the basis of their veterinary diagnosis, as well as veterinary

the conditions for the release of these products on the market, provided that such rules

the procedures and conditions not covered by European Union legislation, and if

their editing these regulations allow.



§ 21a



(1) the regional veterinary services may, in the cases and under the conditions

laid down in the EU regulation, laying down specific

the rules for the organisation of official controls on products of animal origin

intended for human consumption ^ 42), operators of poultry or rabbit

allow slaughterhouse, to certain acts in a guided tour of meat of poultry and

Lagomorphs were performing employees of the operator.



(2) an employee of the operator of poultry or rabbit slaughterhouses

performing certain acts within the inspection of meat from poultry and Lagomorphs is

obliged to report any faults found the official veterinarian

doctors and undergo specialized technical training with a focus on

the implementation of certain operations within the inspection of meat from poultry and Lagomorphs.



(3) an employee of the operator of poultry or rabbit slaughterhouses is

entitled to certain acts in a guided tour of meat of poultry and Lagomorphs

If the specialized professional training, he graduated from the

focus on the implementation of certain operations within the inspection of meat and poultry

Lagomorphs, he passed the final examination and certificate of

eligibility for this activity. Specialized professional training

organised by the College with the veterinary curriculum, which

issued to persons who have undergone this specialist training

training, certificates, which allows them to carry out certain operations in the

a guided tour of meat of poultry and Lagomorphs, and keep a list of these people.



(4) if the regional veterinary services finds that the operator

poultry or rabbit abattoir in contravention of this Act or

the EU regulation laying down specific rules for the

the organisation of official controls on products of animal origin intended for

human consumption ^ 42), authorisation issued to the operator shall be withdrawn.



(5) Implementing law provides



and) the rules and procedure for carrying out certain operations in the framework of the inspection of meat

poultry and Lagomorphs operator poultry or rabbit

slaughterhouses, including the determination of the scope of such operations,



(b)), the content, scope and organization of specialized vocational training

employees of operators of poultry or rabbit slaughterhouses with a focus

on the implementation of certain operations within the inspection of meat and poultry

Lagomorphs, method and organization validation of acquired knowledge, the issue of

the certificate and the maintenance of a list of persons that this specialized training

training completed.



Section 2



Obligations of persons who manufacture, process and circulate

animal products



section 22



(1) persons who as entrepreneurs ^ 10) procure, produce,

processed, packaged, treated, stored, transported, and the circulation of

animal products (hereinafter referred to as "treat animal products")

of the undertaking, establishment, where applicable, other devices, which are under State

veterinary supervision, have, in accordance with the regulations of the European Union ^ 17 g)

the responsibility to ensure that the various stages of the food chain


not to compromise the health safety of animal products. Are

required to



and) in accordance with regulations of the European Union 5 p.m.) to ask the regional ^ veterinary

management for approval and registration, business registration,

race, or other device, notify the regional Veterinary Administration

date of commencement of activities and operate it only after the approval, if appropriate,

registration and notify the regional Veterinary Administration changes

decisive in terms of approval or registration. In the application

shall, in addition to the kinds of productive activities, which they intend to operate, their

name and surname or business name, place of residence or

residence and place of business if different from the place of residence or

the stay, in the case of a natural person, company or business name, registered office,

where appropriate, the location of the branch on the territory of the Czech Republic, if it is

of a legal person. The conditions of approval, conditional approval,

the suspension or withdrawal of approval, are laid down in the provisions of the European

Union ^ 17 h)



(b)) to secure in all stages of production, processing and marketing of livestock

the products into circulation, in order to prevent the spread of diseases and diseases transmissible

from animals to humans, and in view of the nature of the activity and the type of

animal products



1. comply with the animal health and public health requirements for the production, processing and

the marketing of animal products into circulation, as well as technological procedures,



2. apply the principles of good hygiene practices and procedures based on the

hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) ^ 17i)

as a precautionary measure to check the health of the raw materials, accessories,

additives and finished products, and use of knowledge

obtained from the manuals of good hygiene practices, and guides for

the application of HACCP principles, approved by the institutions of the European Union, or

processed by professional interest associations ^ 17j)



3. process and comply with the policy, measures to

ensure the production of healthy ingredients and foodstuffs of animal

of origin and their own checks on the hygiene conditions of production, as well as

technical, technological and personnel conditions of sanitation (hereinafter referred to as

"the operating and sanitary regulations"), and provide operational and sanitation regulations

including the appropriate amendments to the approved regional Veterinary Administration,



4. in accordance with the order of using the cleaning regular cleaning,

cleaning, disinfecting and disinsectisation, meanwhile, premises and

the device and use the products approved in accordance with this Act or the

special legislation ^ 5),



5. keep appropriate documentation of the progress and results of the checks of compliance with the

health requirements and principles referred to in points 1 and 2, keep it

for at least 1 year, unless otherwise provided, and submit it to the

the request of the official veterinarian,



c) refer to foodstuffs of animal origin specified way [section 18

paragraph. 1 (b). (d))],



d) employ when dealing with animal products only by persons

eligible for such activities under special legislation ^ 11),

care about their qualifications and professional training and to lead them to the compliance with

hygiene requirements for the production, processing and marketing of livestock

the products into circulation and to compliance with the requirements of personal hygiene,



(e)) to perform consistently custom checks on the hygiene conditions of production

set microbiological criteria, including sampling and

follow-up examination, keep records of the results of such examinations,

keep these records for at least 2 years and on request, together with the

laboratory protocols provide the official veterinarian.

In the case of laboratory tests to confirm health certificate

animal products must be carried out in the laboratory, which was

for the kind of investigation issued an accreditation certificate ^ 17 k),



(f)) to create appropriate conditions for the implementation of professional veterinary acts

required under this Act and the regulations of the European Union ^ 17 d) to

public health inspection of animal products and compliance with

hygiene requirements for the production, processing and marketing of livestock

the products into circulation, provide details of the official veterinarian

the origin of the raw materials from which they are manufactured foods



(g) to provide the necessary assistance to authorities) that perform a subscription

sampling and investigation in connection with the performance of some of the monitoring plan

substances and residues thereof, and comply with the measures taken pursuant to this

the investigation,



h) in the case of an undertaking with a small volume of production [section 24, paragraph 2 (b))],

comply with the established production capacity,



I) in the case of establishments processing animals originating from

aquaculture products, keep records of all consignments of such animals and their

products that come in these devices, or one of them go,



j) in the case of a firm that handles and puts into circulation the honey of different

breeders, ask the regional Veterinary Administration for approval and registration

the undertaking; in the case of a firm that handles and puts into circulation the med

originating exclusively from own breeding of honey bees, apply to register

the enterprise,



k) in the case of an undertaking which treats animal products originating

of the crocodiles, ask the regional Veterinary Administration for approval and

registration of the business.



(2) the implementing legislation



and) lays down the



1. display the details of the request for approval and registration,

on the registration, referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and the method and deadlines), notification of

changes to the data determined in terms of approval, where appropriate, the registration,



2. the manner of keeping the list of approved and registered undertakings, businesses,

where appropriate, other devices and method of keeping records of the operator according to

paragraph 1 (b). I),



3. the animal health and public health requirements for animal products and treatment

with them, as well as to the labelling of their health certificate, if it

European Union regulations allow,



4. content requirements and sanitary regulations and rules of the personal

hygiene of the staff working with animal products,



(b)) may provide, where required under legal acts of the European Union, details

implementing a custom control persons who handle animal

products, as well as the details of the official veterinary checks,

doctors over the safety of animal products.



Article 23 of the



Obligations of the operator of the slaughterhouse



(1) the operator of the slaughterhouse shall further



and) organize and manage their operation in accordance with the provisions of the European

Union ^ 17 l) and with the principles of animal protection from dangerous diseases,

other harmful influences and mutilation with the animal health requirements for the

the wholesomeness of animal products,



(b) receive at the slaughterhouse) only animals for slaughter



1. that are identified and registered in accordance with the law plemenářského ^ 9 d) and

that he be provided with the information provided for regulations of the European Union,



2. to whom were given illegal or prohibited substances or preparations,



3. to whom were given a substance or preparations whose exposure could

be adversely affected by animal products, but for which demonstrably

have passed the prescribed withdrawal periods,



(c)) to ensure that at any time could be the identity of the received

of animals for slaughter and meat, organs and other parts to them, and

up to assess their edibility, or usability,



(d)) in the plant, where there is no continuous veterinary supervision, report of the regional

Veterinary Management of each shipment of animals for slaughter at least 24 hours

prior to its implementation,



e) the official veterinarian shall immediately notify each disease

or suspicion of disease, injury or death of an animal



(f)) to create conditions for inspection of slaughter animals and meat and to provide

free of charge to persons shall carry out necessary substantive, personal and other

assistance, in particular



1. provide such persons a room suitably equipped for their business

with running hot and cold drinking water and jobs on the production

lines,



2. prepare the animals for slaughter, their bodies, meat, organs and other parts of the

a veterinary examination,



3. perform auxiliary tasks required for this examination,



g) draw up and submit for approval the regional Veterinary Administration

operational and sanitation of procedure and a contingency plan.



(2) animals for slaughter taken to a slaughterhouse must not leave the slaughterhouse premises already

without the consent of an official veterinarian. Sick or from illness

suspect animals for slaughter is slaughter in a slaughterhouse or in a slaughterhouse Department

intended for this purpose. With the approval of the regional Veterinary Administration may

to be slaughtered in slaughterhouses and in spaces intended for slaughter of healthy

animals, but time separately.



(3) animals for slaughter, as required by this Act or the regulations

The European Union, must not be slaughtered for human purposes ^ 17 m).



(4) Implementing legislation may provide that, where required under legal acts

The European Union,



details of the preparation) of animals for slaughter to delivery to the slaughterhouse,

dealing with them in a slaughterhouse, and organization of the operation of the slaughterhouse,



(b) the method of slaughtering animals for slaughter), preparation of animals for slaughter, their

the carcases, meat, organs and other parts to the Veterinary examination,


specific disease, other illnesses or other facts, that prevents

the slaughter of animals for slaughter, as well as the technical conditions for the performance of

the State veterinary supervision at the slaughterhouse,



(c) the auxiliary) range of operations carried out by the operator of the slaughterhouse.



section 24



(1) the premises of the undertaking, business, or other device, intended for

treatment of animal products must meet the requirements of this

the law and regulations of the European Union), and in particular the ^ 17n must be designed,

arranged and fitted so as to permit compliance with the obligations and

requirements to ensure the wholesomeness of animal products and

the hygiene conditions of their production, processing and marketing,

as well as to avoid contamination. Must be



and well maintained, clean) and protected from animal disease agents and diseases

transmissible from animals to humans, arthropods, rodents, and other harmful

animals,



b) arranged so that their parts in which there is a risk of infection

or contamination of animal products intended for human and animal health,

they were separated from the parts in which this danger is not, and to

separated departments with different technological processes and climate

terms and conditions,



c) equipped with machines, devices and other objects which are not active

adversely the wholesomeness of animal products and according to the

expertise and experience enable you to reliably monitor whether and

compliance with the obligations, requirements and values laid down in this

the law and regulations of the European Union to ensure that the health certificate

animal products and sanitary conditions, dealing with them.



(2) the implementing legislation shall in accordance with the provisions of the European

Union ^ 17o)



and the animal health and public health requirements) to businesses, factories and other

the device, which is treated with animal products, and technical

terms of their construction, layout and equipment,



(b)) steps and what criteria can the regional veterinary

Customize management without compromising production hygiene veterinary and hygiene

requirements for enterprises, plants and other facilities in which is treated with

animal products, with the aim of



1. allow enterprises, plants and other equipment for more use of

traditional methods at all stages of production, processing or marketing

animal products into circulation,



2. accommodating the needs of enterprises, plants and other equipment located in the

areas with restrictive geographical conditions,



3. to adapt the requirements for the construction, layout and equipment of enterprises,

plants and other facilities,



4. to accommodate the needs of enterprises, plants and other devices with small

volume production,



5. allow enterprises, plants and other equipment the implementation of operational

tests for validation of new approaches to hygiene control,



(c)) that enterprises, factories, and other facilities are considered to be businesses with a small

volume production,



(d)) that businesses, factories and other installations shall be regarded as undertakings

operating retail activities,



e) content requirements for the adaptation of veterinary and

hygiene requirements for some businesses, factories and other equipment in the

which is treated with animal products.



§ 24a



Retail establishments in which meat and produce

meat products intended for direct sale to the consumer at the point of implementation

those activities, subject to the provisions of the European Union governing the

specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin and

organisation of official controls of animal products, in the case of the establishment,

in which the weekly



and cut more than 5) t meat, except poultry and rabbit meat,



(b)) of cutting more than 2 tonnes of meat of poultry or rabbit, or



c) produced more than 7.5 t meat products.



§ 25



Sale of animals and animal products in the markets and in markets, sales

animal products intended for animal feed



(1) in the markets and the markets [§ 46)], where it was relevant

authorities allowed the sale of animals and animal products, you can only sell

healthy animals and wholesome animal products.



(2) the operator of a market or the market referred to in paragraph 1 shall be obliged to



and submit the regional Veterinary Administration) for approval to market order, if

This order was not issued in the form of regulation. Market order must contain the

animal and public health conditions for the handling of animals and sold

animal products, the cleaning and disinfection of premises rules market

or the marketplace, including disposing of animal

products and other waste, and the rules of personal hygiene of persons involved in

sold to the treatment of animals and animal products,



(b)) to keep a record of persons who in the market or sell in the marketplace

animals or animal products, which contains the name, surname and place of

residence or stay, in the case of a natural person, the name and surname,

where applicable, the trade name, place of residence or stay, and instead

the business, if different from the place of residence or stay, in the case of

entrepreneurial natural person, business name or the name, registered office,

where appropriate, the location of the branch on the territory of the Czech Republic, if it is

of a legal person.



(3) a person who operates a seasonal sale of live fish, must comply with the

the requirements established by this Act and the law on the protection of animals against

cruelty ^ 6) and at least 7 days before the start of the sale, notify the County

the Veterinary Administration, when and at which point the sale will be launched and when

will be terminated.



(4) animal products intended for animal feed may be sold in

food stores only in the form of durable, consumer-packaged

and separately stored products.



(5) Implementing law provides



and) health and hygiene rules for the sale of animals and animal

products in the markets and in markets for seasonal selling fish on the

a separate point of sale and for killing, evisceration and other modifications of the fish,

If these activities are part of their sales,



(b)) that the animals can be sold in the markets and in markets,



c) veterinary, health and technical requirements of the market and market place,

where are sold to livestock and livestock products, and their arrangement

and equipment.



Section 3



National transport of animal products



section 26



(1) animal products shall be transported in accordance with the provisions of the European

Union ^ 17 p) means of transport which are constructed and equipped with

so that they are well to clean and protect the transported products before

deterioration, pollution and contamination, as well as in front of the arthropods,

rodents and other harmful animals, and, if necessary, taking account of the

the type of products to maintain the required climatic

conditions until the end of the carriage.



(2) the means of transport intended for the transportation of animal products

must be properly ventilated, regularly cleaned and disinfected.



(3) the carrier who as an entrepreneur ^ 10) transporting animal products,

is obliged to



and) request prior to the establishment of the provincial veterinary administration of

the registration,



(b)) keep records relating to the cleaning and disinfection of means of transport

used for the carriage of livestock products, as well as on the

carriage, retain it for at least 1 year and at the request of her

submit the official veterinarian,



(c) the regional health administration) allow to before registration can

perform a check of means of transport that will be used to

carriage of animal products; This also applies to means of transport

designed for the transport of animal products that are newly assigned to the

operation.



(4) in a single transport space can be transported only animal

products that are consistently assessed in terms of their health

certificate and, where appropriate, satisfactory, of usability, and for which the

There is no mutual negative influence.



section 27 of the



(1) the animal health certificate is required for the transport of



a) animal products intended for special treatment (treatment), and

use (section 18, paragraph 4, and 5)



(b)) where required under this Act, specific legislation or regulations

The European Union, in the cases of animal products intended for trading

or exports, or in other cases.



(2) Regional animal health management, that issued a health certificate is

shall keep a copy of it for 3 years.



(3) animal products, to whose carriage requires veterinary

the certificate shall be subject to veterinary examination at the place of origin, and

set if the regional Veterinary Administration, also in the place to which the

These products are transported.



(4) Implementing legislation



and in more detail) veterinary requirements for equipment, cleaning and

disinfection of ramps on which loading and unloading livestock products,

on the equipment means of transport which are transported to the animal

products, their cleaning and disinfection and the method of saving the animal

products in their shipping areas



(b)) provides for a time limit within which you can apply for the issue of a health certificate to the

the carriage of animal products, the terms and duration of this


the veterinary certificate, how and on what basis is this veterinary

issuing the certificate.



Section 4



The sale of small quantities of primary products to the final

the consumer



§ 27a



(1) the breeder can in small quantities



a) selling live poultry and live rabbits from the animals on your

directly to the consumer economy for consumption in his household,



(b)) to sell fresh poultry meat and fresh rabbit meat, originating from the

poultry and rabbits on his own holding and slaughtered in this

the economy, in its economy in the market or at the market, and it

directly to the consumer for consumption in his household, or deliver to

local retail stores that supplies this meat as meat

fresh directly the final consumer,



(c)) to sell bulk fresh eggs from your own farm

in its holding in the market or in the marketplace, and it directly

consumer for consumption in his household, or deliver to a local

a retail store that supplies directly to the final consumer;

where the eggs are sold in the market or in the marketplace, or delivered to the

local retail stores, must be marked with the laid down

way ^ 17a); However, this does not apply to eggs from the holding of the keeper,

that behaves most 50 laying hens,



(d)) to sell honey originating from own breeding bees in your home,

in its holding at a bazaar, or hives, the

the marketplace, or to deliver to a retail store that supplies

directly to the final consumer and is in the territory of the County in which is located

the Habitat of the beehives; If the honey sold in the market or in the marketplace,

or delivered to the retail store shall be designated by his name,

last name and address of the keeper, in the case of a natural person, or

the name and address of the keeper, in the case of a legal person, the kind of honey according to the

its origin and indication of its quantity, and if it comes to a retail

retail, also the date of minimum durability



(e)) with the consent of the County to sell Veterinary Administration of the raw, mlékárensky

the untreated milk and raw cream (hereinafter referred to as "raw milk")

originating from animals from animals at the point of manufacture or

through the vending machine, which is located on the territory of the County, in

the breeding of animals, from which the raw milk comes from, or counties

adjacent, directly to the consumer for use in his home. Breeder

shall ensure that raw milk meets the requirements and criteria laid down for the

primary production of raw milk and colostrum European Union regulations governing

specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin ^ 37), and

ensure the examination of raw milk laid down by an implementing regulation

to detect the presence of pathogens affecting health

people, when



1. submission of the regional Veterinary Administration for approval to sell

raw milk,



2. any change in the breeding of animals and any change in the method of obtaining, treating the

and the processing of raw milk, which could affect his health

safety, but at least once a year,



(f)) to sell live fish and other aquaculture animals from the

animals on your farm direct to the consumer for consumption in

his household.



(2) in a local retail store referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b)), and (c))

considered a retail shop with a corresponding range of animal

products in the village, which is from the municipalities, in which such retail

Shop closest to the holding of the breeder.



(3) animal products referred to in paragraph 1



a) must come from healthy animals and must be wholesome and

safe in terms of protecting human and animal health, in particular, must not be

source of risk spreading diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to man,



(b)) shall not be placed on the market.



(4) the Breeder who sells or supplies its own products from primary production

referred to in paragraph 1, shall ensure that these products were



and manufactured in a clean environment) with the use of equipment and operating

tools and utilities, maintained in the purity,



b) protected from influences that might adversely affect their

wholesomeness, in particular from contamination.



(5) the Breeder who sells raw milk referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (e)), it is

required to handle and comply with the operating and sanitary regulations and on demand

submit it to the regional Veterinary Administration. If it finds the regional veterinary

manage the breeder on the sale of raw milk is inconsistent with the

This law or the regulations of the European Union, the agreement of breeders be withdrawn.

Breeder who sells raw cows ' milk referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (e)),

must further ensure that raw milk meets the sale to the consumer

the criterion for the plate count at 30 ° c in raw cow's

milk for the manufacture of milk-based products, which set out the rules

The European Union governing the specific hygiene rules for food of

of animal origin ^ 38).



(6) the implementing legislation provides for



and veterinary and hygiene rules) for the sale and delivery of small

quantities of primary products, referred to in paragraph 1, and to

treatment with these products,



(b)) what is meant by a small amount of referred to in paragraph 1,



(c) the scope and limits of the investigation) of raw milk for the detection of

pathogenic micro-organisms threatening people's health.



section 27b



(1) the user of hunting ground can the body in small quantities of wild

game in the skin or feathers



and sell directly to the consumer) for consumption in his household, or



(b)) to deliver to a retail store, which supplies directly to the final

consumers and is in the territory of the County in which the beasts are caught, or



(c)) to deliver to retail device that was the regional veterinary

the administration of the registered as device designed for treatment of game meat and

which is on the territory of the County in which the game was caught, or counties

the neighboring.



(2) the body of wild game referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and) or

(b)) shall not be placed into circulation.



(3) the user is obliged to provide a hunting license examination bodies caught free

living game meat referred to in paragraph 1 as soon as possible after being caught, and it

the trained person who is an eligible participant in the hunt. Examination may

also be done by the user, or a member of his hunting license, if they are

trained persons. If caught by wildlife pursuant to

results of the tests carried out by the trained individual health risk,

must be submitted by the official veterinarian to the hunting ground

Veterinary examination.



(4) a hunting license, the user is obliged, upon request of the official veterinarian.

doctor to submit records of wildlife caught sell and own

consumption, according to the law on hunting ^ 7).



(5) the trained person is required to keep records of the types and numbers of

caught and tested for wild game, about the place and time of her being caught,

on the results of the test and about where this game was delivered, store

These records for at least 2 years and provide on request to the official

veterinary surgeon.



(6) in the case of animals susceptible to trichinosis, the user is obliged to a hunting license

to ensure its examination for trichinae (Trichinella), in

the lab, which has been issued a certificate of accreditation for the implementation of this

examination, or at the State Veterinary Institute, or in the lab,

that was the regional veterinary services issued pursuant to § 50 para. 3

permission for this kind of investigation. The laboratory is obliged to issue the

user protocol for laboratory examination of hunting ground game and once

annually submit to the official veterinarian carried out data

examinations provided for in the implementing legislation. The user class is

shall keep Protocol on the laboratory examination of wild game for

at least 2 years of age and present it on request to the official veterinarian

doctors. The user class can animals susceptible to trichinosis sell

or supply to the final consumer in a manner referred to in paragraph 1 to

following a negative examination of wild game on the trichinae (Trichinella).



(7) caught by wildlife, hunting, or authorized by the user

the participant shall apply exclusively for hunting consumption in your household, you may not

the trained person to be examined. In the case of animals susceptible to the

trichinosis, the user is obliged to secure her hunting license examination for

trichinae (Trichinella), in the laboratory referred to in paragraph

6. obligations of the user class and laboratories referred to in paragraph 6 sentence

the second and third shall apply mutatis mutandis.



(8) the trained person is a physical person who graduated from the

specialized training focusing on the investigation of the bodies of hunted freely

wild game, set by the legislation of the European Union), and 17 g ^ gained so

a certificate of eligibility to this activity. The training ensures high

with the veterinary school curriculum, which also trained persons

issues, suspended and withdrawing certificates, keeps a list of such persons and

It passes the Central Veterinary Administration. If it finds the regional veterinary

the Administration in the performance of the State veterinary supervision that the trained person


infringed the obligations provided for in this Act or the regulations of the European

Union ^ f) high school, that the certificate was issued, the incentive to

the suspension or withdrawal of a certificate to that person. Before

the start activity is the trained person to whom the certificate was suspended,

required to submit to a test to validate the expertise of the trained person.



(9) the implementing legislation shall in accordance with the provisions of the European

Union ^ 17 g)



and) the manner and scope of investigation bodies of hunted wild game, the management

records of the trained person and information on examinations, which are

laboratories are required to submit an official veterinarian including

date of their submission,



b) veterinary and hygiene rules for the sale and delivery of small

the quantity of carcasses of hunted wild game, referred to in paragraph 1 and for

treatment with them,



(c)) what is meant by a small amount of referred to in paragraph 1,



d) content, scope and organization of specialized training focusing on

investigation bodies of hunted wild game, method and organization

validation of acquired knowledge, certification and list management

trained people.



TITLE IV



THE ANIMAL HEALTH CONDITIONS FOR TRADE IN ANIMALS AND ANIMAL PRODUCTS WITH

MEMBER STATES, THEIR IMPORT AND TRANSIT FROM THIRD COUNTRIES AND THEIR

EXPORTS TO THESE COUNTRIES



Section 1



Trade in animals and animal products with the Member States



section 28



(1) the subject of trading can only be



and) animals which comply with the requirements provided by this Act,

special legislation ^) and 17q European Union regulations ^ 17r)

in particular, that



1. come from a holding or another registered

under special legislation ^ 8), which is not subject to restrictive or

prohibiting health measures applicable to animals on the

species and is under state veterinary supervision,



2. are healthy and meet the laid down animal health requirements for trade

with them, as well as any special health guarantees ^ m 17s)



3. are identified and registered in accordance with the law plemenářského ^ 9 d) and accompanied by a

a health certificate ^ 17t), and does not require such certification if, other

by the accompanying document,



(b)) animal products which meet the requirements laid down in this

by law, special legislation ^ regulations of the 17u)

Union ^ 14 d), in particular, that



1. come from an undertaking, business, or other device, which is approved and

registered or registered under this Act and the regulations

The European Union ^ 17 h) and is under the State veterinary supervision,



2. are wholesome, at all stages of their production, processing

and putting into circulation of the obligations have been met and the requirements of the

the perspective of the protection of human and animal health and meet the laid down the animal health

requirements for trading with them, as well as any specific animal health

warranty ^ 17v)



3. are marked way ^ 14f) and accompanied by an accompanying

document, or, where required the health certificates, this 17t) ^ ^

certificate.



(2) the subject of trading cannot be animals and animal products,

that of veterinary or health reasons cannot be commercially

used in the Czech Republic, nor animals, which was intended to defeat the

or killed in connection with the implementation of the programme of recovery of animals or

in the context of conservation and control measures.



(3) animals and animal products referred to in paragraph 1 shall be subject to

veterinary inspection at the place of origin and veterinary inspection upon arrival

to the place where they are accompanied by a health certificate, as appropriate,

other accompanying document, and in which they are received (hereinafter referred to as "instead of

determine "). Their veterinary check at the place of origin shall be carried out

at least with such care and responsibility, as if they were

intended for the domestic market. The health inspection upon arrival to the place of

the determination is carried out by means of non-discriminatory random checks ^ 17w).



(4) persons who are involved in the trade of animals and animal

products are required to ask the regional health administration of the

registration. However, this does not apply to persons who have already been receiving regional subsidies

Veterinary Administration approved and registered under section 9b or under section 22

paragraph. 1 (b). and regional animal health management) registration cancelled if

registered person seriously or repeatedly violates the obligations of the

provided for in this Act or the regulations of the European Union.



(5) the implementing legislation shall specify a period within which you can apply for

the animal health certificate which accompanies the animals and animal products

referred to in paragraph 1, the terms and period of validity of this certificate and

how and on what basis is this certificate is issued.



section 29



Veterinary checks at origin



(1) the health inspection at the place of origin to determine whether



and) sent the animals and animal products meet the set sent

the conditions for trading, and if these conditions have not been established, the conditions of

required by the State of destination, and that sent the animals are transported in

appropriate means of transport meeting the requirements on hygiene

their transport and to their well-being,



(b) the keepers of such animals comply with) the requirements laid down in their breeding

and whether the persons handling these animal products shall comply with the

the requirements for producing them and dealing with them.



(2) the breeders and people who handle animal products, are

obliged to provide authorities carrying out veterinary inspection in place

the origin of the necessary cooperation and assistance in particular in the implementation of the health

tests, sampling and inspection of documents.



section 30



Veterinary checks on arrival at destination



(1) the health inspection upon arrival at the place of destination, in particular, verifies the



and performing spot checks whether) the incoming animals and coming

animal products meet the specified conditions for trading, and

If these conditions have not been established, the conditions required by the Czech

Republic; random control samples may be taken



(b)) the control of the animal health certificate, as appropriate, other accompanying

the document, whether they are in Assembly centres and markets taken

and in the slaughterhouse are slaughtered only animals which fulfil the conditions laid down in

(a)),



(c)) that are accepted in businesses, factories or other facilities under

the State veterinary supervision only animal products whose description

and the required accompanying documents comply with the requirements referred to in

(a)),



(d)) if it should happen that the animals after arrival at destination

of the disease reasons placed and kept in quarantine.



(2) if the authorities in charge of veterinary inspection upon arrival at the

place of destination



and the presence of agents of the diseases referred to) in section 10, paragraph 1. 2 the first sentence, the disease

transmitted from animals to humans or other disease or other

the cause of a serious threat to animal or public health, or that the

animal products originate from areas infested with rapidly spreading

disease, shall decide on the location of the animals in quarantine or slaughter

or killing, or of the disposal of animal products,



(b) failure to comply with the conditions laid down for the) trading, may retain,

If permitted animal and public health conditions to the sender,

to choose one of the following measures: the location of the animals and

animal products under veterinary supervision to eliminate

their non-compliance with the conditions laid down, the slaughter or culling

animals or destruction of animal products, the return of animals

or animal products, with the agreement of the competent authority of the State of origin,

where appropriate, the prior consent of the transit State, or use the

animal products for other purposes. If the sender does not use options

the choice of one of these measures within a time limit specified by the authorities

veterinary checks on arrival at destination, shall decide on the appropriate

measures of these institutions. However, if the reason for this procedure errors

or irregularities in the veterinary certificate, or in another

the accompanying document, the sender of the first must be granted a period of

the removal of these deficiencies.



(3) the recipient animals and animal products at destination are required to



and advance the regional animal health) to inform the Administration about the arrival of the animal or

animal products from another Member State, to the extent necessary

of the purpose and the method of carrying out the veterinary checks on arrival

at the place of destination,



(b)) control before splitting, or commercial exploitation of the consignment, whether

are animals or animal products laid down by the manner and

accompanied by the required supporting documents, and any misconduct or

notify without delay the regional discrepancies of the Veterinary Administration,



c) keep records of the underlying stores, keep these records,

the animal health certificate and other accompanying documents for at least 1 year and

on request, submit to the official veterinarian,



(d)) to provide veterinary control authorities upon arrival at the


instead of specifying the necessary cooperation and assistance, in particular when examining

documents.



section 31



(1) If on the territory of the Czech Republic to the occurrence of diseases listed in § 10

paragraph. 2 the first sentence, the disease transmissible from animals to humans or other

of illness, or to another possible cause of a serious threat to animal health

or the people, it shall inform the Commission and the State Veterinary Administration Member

States.



(2) costs related to the measures referred to in section 30 paragraph 2. 2 bears without the right to

compensation from the State to the consignor or his representative.



(3) Implementing law provides



and animal health requirements for) a specific trade in animals

each of the species and a variety of animal products,



(b)) a way of implementing the veterinary checks at origin and veterinary

checks on arrival at destination, the cooperation and assistance which are

obliged to breeders and people handling animal products

provide authorities carrying out such checks,



c) details of the measures, which shall be the veterinary authorities

control based on the finding that the conditions laid down are met for

trading, as well as the procedure in the case in connection with these

measures to the dispute between the sender and the authorities

veterinary checks on arrival at destination,



d) range and other essentials of the data disclosed that authorities

carrying out veterinary inspection shall immediately be communicated through

remote data transfer,



e) details of the procedure and the synergy with the State Veterinary Administration

the competent authorities of the Member State of origin, in the cases referred to in section 30

paragraph. 2.



§ 31a



(1) the provisions of sections 28 to 31, with the exception of movements under section 4A(1). 2

not apply to non-commercial movements of pet animals as referred to in

part A of annex I to the regulation of the European Union concerning animal health conditions for

non-commercial movements of pet animals ^ 48). The movement of these

animals from other Member States to the United Kingdom is governed by the law

The European Union on the animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movements of animals

Pet ^ 48).



(2) pet animals referred to in paragraph 1, which are under

twelve weeks and not vaccinated against rabies or are aged between

twelve and sixteen weeks, are vaccinated against rabies, but has not yet

do not meet the requirements for the entry into force referred to in paragraph 2 (a). e) Annex III

Regulation of the European Union concerning animal health conditions for non-commercial

movements of pet animals ^ 48) can be moved within the

the non-commercial movement from other Member States, are met.

conditions laid down in article 4(1). 7 of the European Union on veterinary

conditions for non-commercial movements of pet animals ^ 48).



(3) the Central Veterinary Administration may, at the request of the keeper in accordance with

article. 32 para. 1 of the European Union concerning animal health conditions for

non-commercial movements of pet animals ^ 48) allow repositioning

the pet animal referred to in paragraph 1, which does not meet the

the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 and fix the conditions of such transfer.



(4) the Control of pet animals referred to in paragraph 1 in accordance with article 3(1).

33 European Union legislation concerning animal health conditions for non-commercial

movements of pet animals ^ 48) take the form of non-discriminatory

a spot check by the regional Veterinary Administration. If animal control

found a violation of the requirement laid down by the EU regulation

animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movement of pet animals

breeding ^ 48), regional Veterinary Administration decides, pursuant to article. 35 regulation

The European Union on the animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movements of animals

Pet ^ 48).



Section 2



The importation and the transit of animals, animal products and other health

goods from third countries and their export to these countries



Imports from third countries



§ 32



(1) animals, animal products and other animal goods imported from

third countries (hereinafter referred to as "controlled goods") may enter the territory

The United States only through veterinary border control station of the Czech

Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as "border veterinary station") or another

of a Member State. Animals shall be transported directly to this post

or the quarantine centre and from there to the destination indicated in the

the animal health certificate, as appropriate, in another document, which

the consignment is accompanied by them.



(2) the controlled goods referred to in paragraph 1 shall be considered as also mixed

products, which means food intended for human consumption containing

as processed products of animal origin and products of vegetable

of origin, including those for which the processing of the primary product is an integral

part of the production of the final product.



(3) border veterinary station, that is either directly at the point of entry

on the territory of the Czech Republic or in its vicinity, is part of the regional

Veterinary Administration, to which it is locally relevant. Its operation is governed by

a production order issued in agreement with the Customs authorities and the authorities of the police

Of the Czech Republic.



(4) each consignment checked goods must be accompanied by the original of the

the veterinary certificates or other veterinary documents or other

documents required by this Act or the regulations of the European Union;

the originals of these documents shall be kept at the border inspection

the station. Controlled goods are on border veterinary station

subject to border veterinary inspection to ensure that they are

fulfilled animal and public health requirements for imported

controlled goods (hereinafter referred to as "terms"). It shall be carried out by an official

County veterinarians Veterinary Administration, a part of which is

boarder veterinary station (hereinafter referred to as "the authorities in charge of border

veterinary inspection "), who are responsible for the implementation of the border

veterinary checks; in its implementation, as well as after its implementation,

follow this law, special legislation ^ 17) and

European Union legislation 17y ^ ^).



(5) the authorities in charge of border veterinary inspection shall be issued after

the implementation of this control to the person who submitted the item to checked

check the copy of the common veterinary entry document

(CVED) ^ z) (hereinafter referred to as "entry document").



(6) the Customs authorities shall release the controlled goods for free

circulation ^ 18), where the Declaration was not substantiated by the input document, which

confirms that a border veterinary inspection has been carried out with the

a favourable outcome and that are paid for the costs associated with border

veterinary check, or that was paid and the deposit

costs connected with the measures referred to in § 34 paragraph 1. 2 and § 35 para. 1.



(7) the importer or his agent, or other person responsible for the

the cargo shall prior to arrival of the shipment in the territory of the Czech Republic



and inform the border inspection station) through the input

document



1.1 business day in advance of the arrival of the imported animals to this

the station, with an indication of their number and the type and the expected time

their arrival,



2. in advance of the arrival of imported animal products and other

Veterinary goods on this station, and this, together with their weight and

the type and the expected time of their arrival,



(b) submit to the controlled goods) with the necessary accompanying documents, and

information for the implementation of the border veterinary checks on the spot, on the

which has to be checked, and give the authorities

This check at their request, the necessary cooperation and assistance



(c)) where they are the subject of the importation of animals or animal products for which

the import conditions have been established (harmonised) at the level of

The European Union, requested in advance the central veterinary administration of the communication

the import conditions, which are applicable to imports of animals or

animal products of the species from the third country concerned or its

part of the United Kingdom and comply with any

terms and conditions.



(8) the authorities of carrying out border veterinary control are not liable for

the damage, which occurred an indispensable means of transport delays in

as a result of performing this check. In its implementation, however, progress

so that was the operation of the carrier or the postal service

disturbed more than is strictly necessary.



(9) specific legal provisions on the importation of animals ^ 18a) and on the conditions of their

transportation ^ 6) shall remain unaffected.



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§ 33



(1) border veterinary control includes checking documents and

the identity of the controlled goods and physical control.



(2) the control of documents and the identity of the controlled goods shall be verified



and, the origin and subsequent destination) of the imported animals and whether the information given

in the veterinary certificates and other accompanying documents confirmed

import requirements and whether the consignment was not rejected,



(b)) whether imported animal products and other animal health goods

correspond to the data indicated in the veterinary certificate and in the other

the accompanying documents.



(3) physical control of imported



and includes their clinical) animals and the necessary laboratory examinations,


as well as the verification of compliance with the requirements for their protection during

transportation ^ 6). If necessary, it also performs the subscription

the samples to be investigated, and in particular for the presence of residues,



(b)) of animal products and other veterinary goods includes their

sensory examinations, sampling and laboratory testing, which

to determine whether these products and other goods correspond to the import

conditions and whether they are in such a condition that they can be used for a purpose

as is indicated in the health certificate, as appropriate, in the other accompanying

documents.



(4) If a suspect that the import conditions are not complied with, or

If in doubt about the identity or status of controlled goods

authorities shall carry out border veterinary control of any

further investigations that they deem necessary in the interests of the responsible fulfilment of

the purpose of this check.



(5) if the authorities in charge of border veterinary control, that



and) controlled goods is dangerous for public or animal health,



1. shall provide adequate suitable measures to prevent further exposure, and

the spread of risk to public or animal health,



2. inform the findings and the measures taken and the origin of

the item other frontier veterinary station and the Commission,



(b) the activities of a unit) in the veterinary border control

another Member State are manifested serious or repeated shortcomings,

shall take the appropriate measures to inform the Commission and the Member States of the

These deficiencies.



(6) the implementing legislation provides for



and the location of the border veterinary station) and the details of

their basic material and personnel security,



(b) the place and method of performance) of the border veterinary checks, including

establishment of the procedure in the case of veterinary checks of goods for

Import via another border inspection post, or intended for

another Member State, and measures which make the authorities in charge of border

a veterinary inspection on the basis of the results of this check,



c) details of the measures, which makes the border authorities

veterinary inspection based on a finding that the import are not met

conditions,



d) range and other essentials of the data disclosed that authorities

carrying out veterinary inspection shall immediately be communicated through

remote data transfer,



(e)), which provides a range of synergies, the importer or his representative

border veterinary inspection authorities.



Importation of animals



§ 34



(1) the entry of animals imported from third countries on the territory of the Czech Republic

cannot be enabled if the



and) the animals for which import conditions have been established (harmonised) on

the level of the European Union, come from a third country or part thereof that

is not listed on the list of third countries and parts thereof, from which they can be

animals of the species imported, or from a third country or part thereof from which

the importation of animals of the species is prohibited,



b) animals for which import conditions have been established

(harmonized) at the level of the European Union, do not satisfy the import conditions

applied in the Czech Republic,



(c)) the animals are sick disease or diseases transmissible from animals to

a man suspected of being infected or of diseases transmissible from animals to man,

or are from another because of danger to human health or the

animals,



d) animals are not in good enough condition that would allow them

continue their journey,



e) veterinary certificates or other accompanying document does not meet the requirements of the

set for the document, which shall accompany the animals imported from third countries,



(f)) the exporting third country does not meet the requirements established for third countries

exporting animals in the Member States.



(2) if required by this Act or the regulations of the European Union,

the imported animals placed in quarantine or isolation, the quarantine

or isolation may take place in an approved quarantine centre third country

of origin, at a quarantine centre in the Member State or at the farm

destination. They are to be imported animals placed in quarantine on the basis of

the result of the border veterinary checks shall be determined by the authorities in charge

border veterinary inspection with a view to their perceived

the risk of whether the quarantine will take place on the border veterinary

station or in its immediate vicinity, or in the economy

destination or at a quarantine centre situated in the vicinity of the

the holding of destination. '.



(3) the costs of the location and the keeping of animals in quarantine or isolation, which

taking place in the border inspection post shall be borne without

compensation from the State, the importer or his representative, the cost of the location and

the keeping of animals in quarantine or isolation in other cases bear no

compensation by the State of the recipient.



(4) trade in animals that have been imported from a third country, the

frontier veterinary station and was released for free circulation,

governed by the rules set out in title IV, section 1; If circumstances so require,

It is carried out the health inspection of animals at the time of arrival

destination.



(5) Implementing law provides



and the specific requirements for importation) animals of various species from third countries and

details about the reasons that prevent the entry of each species of animals

imported from third countries on the territory of the Czech Republic,



(b) the placement of the animals) imported from third countries in quarantine or isolation

and veterinary and technical conditions for the approval of quarantine

of the Centre.



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§ 35



(1) if border veterinary checks show that the animal

imported from a third country do not satisfy the import conditions, or that there has been

other misconduct or irregularity, the authorities in charge of border

veterinary supervision, after consultation with the importer or his representative



a) determines that the animals will be



1. temporarily housed, fed, watered and, where necessary, treated,

or



2. placed in quarantine or isolation, and



b) decide that the animals will be



1. sent back within the prescribed period, unless their

health status or requirements for their well-being, while at the same time cancels the

the validity of the health certificate or any other accompanying document,

accompanying the rejected consignment, or



2. Veterinary examination, and in accordance with the results of the Veterinary examination

slaughtered for the nutritional needs of the people, or be killed.



(2) the importer or his representative shall be liable without compensation from the State

costs connected with the measures referred to in paragraph 1, after deduction of the

any revenue from the sale of slaughter of the animal obtained animal

products.



Import of animal products



section 36



(1) animal products imported from third countries, must satisfy the requirements

referred to in § 18 para. 1 and 2 and in the regulations of the European Union ^ 18b), or

providing equivalent guarantees. Animal health certificate which accompanies them,

must certify that the animal products satisfy the import conditions, including

any special import conditions if such conditions were

institutions of the European Union established for the relevant third country or group

third countries.



(2) products of animal origin imported from third countries, which have entered the

the territory of the Czech Republic, without having been presented to the border inspection

checks must be confiscated and either disposed of or returned.



(3) if the border veterinary checks show that the animal

products imported from a third country do not satisfy the import conditions, where appropriate, that

Another misconduct or irregularities, the enforcement

border veterinary inspection after consultation with the importer or his

representative decide that these products will be



and sent no later than) 60 days back, unless the result of the

border veterinary checks or animal and public health

requirements, through the same border inspection station, and if

possible, using the same means of transport. In this case, the authorities of the

performing the border veterinary inspection also invalidates the

animal health certificate or any other accompanying document, which

accompanying the rejected consignment, or animal products cannot be send

back, passed the period of 60 days or credit to the importer or his

the representative of the instant approval



b) disposed of.



(4) until a postback or disposal must be

animal products under state veterinary supervision.



(5) pursuant to paragraph 3 shall take place, if it has been enabled using the

animal products for any other purpose, provided that this does not jeopardise the health

people or animals.



(6) the importer or his representative shall be liable without compensation from the State

costs connected with the measures referred to in paragraphs 2 to 4.



§ 37



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(1) animal products imported from a third country and intended for free

zone, the free warehouse ^ 19) or a customs warehouse ^ 20)

the perspective of the border veterinary checks are considered goods intended for

release for free circulation in the territory of the United States or other

Member State, unless they are clearly intended to another final


the use of the. Therefore, they are subject to border veterinary border station

veterinary inspection for the purpose of checking compliance with the import conditions.



(2) the re-entry of animal products, which have been rejected by a third country,

You can enable, if these products



and shall be accompanied by the original) of the health certificate, as appropriate, its

copies certified by the authority which issued the certificate, together with an indication

because of the rejection of the shipment and the guarantee that these products was not

treated and that comply with the animal health conditions laid down for their

storage and transport, and in the case of sealed containers

the carrier's statement that those products has not been treated and that the

the contents of the containers unloaded,



(b)) are subjected to documentary and identity checks, and if

doubts as to their compliance with the import conditions, whether or not

physical check



(c)) have been returned from the border veterinary station directly undertaking, business,

where appropriate, to another establishment of origin, in sealed vehicles with

water-proof parts, intended for the carriage of livestock products, or in the

sealed, leak-proof containers. In the case of transit through the territory of

another Member State, the authorisation of reimportation, be conditional on the

such transit has been previously authorised on behalf of all the Member States whose

the territory of the shipment, the official veterinarian of the Habitat

veterinary border inspection post in the Member State in which the products for the first time

entered the territory of the Member States.



(3) persons that supply animal products intended for consumption

the crew and passengers on the vessel in the international maritime

transport, must



and for this purpose) be approved by the regional veterinary services and

registered,



(b)) have available space for storing animal products

controlled entrances and exits,



(c)) guarantee that does not release the animal products that do not meet the established

conditions for consumption in the territory of the Czech Republic or another Member

State.



(4) trade in animal products, which were imported from a third

the country has undergone a frontier veterinary station and put into

free circulation, shall be governed by the rules laid down in title IV, section 1;

If circumstances so require, the health control of these

products on arrival at destination.



(5) Implementing law provides



and the specific requirements for importation) of different animal products from third

countries, including the requirements applicable to imports of products destined for free

zone, a free warehouse or a customs warehouse, and on their border

veterinary inspection,



(b)) the details of the return of animal products that have been

rejected by a third country, and direct provision of animal products intended

for consumption by the crew and passengers on board the vessel in the international maritime

transport.



§ 38



The transit of animals and animal products from third countries



(1) the transit of controlled goods from one third country to another third

country (hereinafter referred to as "transit"), the territory of the Czech Republic shall apply the provisions of § 32,

33, 35 and 36.



(2) the transit of animals may be authorised, provided that the



and) those animals originate from countries in which animals not allowed

on the territory of the United States, and that they meet according to the results of the border

veterinary checks on import conditions, or terms at least

equivalent, or that transit these animals was no longer authorised by the official

veterinarian veterinary border inspection post of another

the Member State on whose territory the animals were submitted to the border

veterinary inspection before



(b)) is in accordance with local legislation, proof of commitment

the first of the third countries where animals are being sent, after transit through the territory of

The United States, that these animals will not refuse under any circumstances and

to send back, as well as compliance with the requirements for their protection

during transport,



(c)) the animals are transported in the manner and under the conditions, which correspond to the

the veterinary requirements for their transport, and that in the course of carriage

are carried out with regard to the treatment of these animals, only activities

which are carried out at the point of entry or exit from the territory of the Czech Republic,

and activities necessary to ensure the welfare of animals,



(d)) for information about how these animals have passed through border inspection

the station is via remote data transmission transmitted to the competent

transit authorities of the States concerned and the veterinary border inspection post

the checks, which the animals leaving the territory of the Member States.



(3) transit of animal products may be authorised, provided that the



and) those products originate in a third country in which the product was not banned

entry into the territory of the Czech Republic, and that they meet according to the results of the border

veterinary checks on import conditions, or that the transit of these products

has already been authorised by the official veterinarian of animal health unit

border inspection post of another Member State on whose territory these

products submitted to the border veterinary inspection before



(b) the person responsible for the consignment) these products undertake it again

takes over, if it will be rejected, and that these products be disposed in accordance

with § 36 and pay fees for the implementation of the border veterinary checks.



(4) Implementing legislation laying down animal health and public health requirements

on the authorisation of the transit of various types of controlled goods and the method of

the implementation of the border veterinary inspection of the item.



§ 38a



(1) the provisions of § 32 to 38 shall not apply to products of animal origin referred to in

Regulation of the European Union on the importation of consignments of products of animal origin for

personal consumption into the community ^ 21). The import of consignments of such products,

governed by the law of the European Union on the import of a consignment of products of animal

origin for personal consumption within Community ^ 21).



(2) the inspection of animal products referred to in paragraph 1 in accordance with article 3(1). 5 and

6 the European Union regulation on the importation of consignments of products of animal origin

for personal consumption into the community) are carried out in 21 ^ ^ under tariff

control of the Customs authorities, in checking passengers and their personal

baggage and for the control of imported shipments for postal operators

services and operators of courier services. Where the Customs Office when the

check at the point of entry, the shipment of animal products does not meet the

conditions laid down in the EU regulation on the import of consignments of products

of animal origin for personal consumption within Community ^ 21), have fun

shipment and proof on its seizure.



(3) the Customs Office checks whether the operators of all points of entry to the territory of

The United States comply with the obligations referred to in article 14(2). 3 and 4 of the

The European Union on the import of a consignment of products of animal origin for personal

to the Community consumption ^ 21).



(4) the provisions of § 32 to 38 shall not apply to the animals referred to in annex I

Regulation of the European Union concerning animal health conditions for non-commercial

movements of pet animals ^ 48). Imports of these animals shall be governed

the EU regulation on the animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial

movements of pet animals ^ 48).



(5) control of the animals referred to in paragraph 4 in accordance with the provisions of article. 34

Regulation of the European Union concerning animal health conditions for non-commercial

movements of pet animals ^ 48) at the point of entry into the territory of the United

States shall be carried out within the framework of the customs control the Customs authorities, in checking

passengers and their personal baggage. If animal control

found a violation of the requirement laid down by the EU regulation

animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movement of pet animals

breeding ^ 48), shall inform the Office of the provincial health administration. Regional

animal health management decides on the consignment referred to in article. 35 regulation

Union concerning animal health conditions for non-commercial movements of animals in

Pet ^ 48).



(6) the Customs authorities during the checks referred to in paragraph 5 shall keep records of

the total number of inspections carried out and on cases of non-compliance with the conditions

These inspections identified under article 3(2). 34 para. 4 (b). (b)), and

shall record the information referred to in article. 34 para. 4 (b). (c)) of regulation

Union concerning animal health conditions for non-commercial movements of animals in

Pet ^ 48).



(7) pet animals listed in part A of annex I to Regulation

The European Union on the animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movements of animals

Pet ^ 48) that are under the age of twelve weeks and are not

have been vaccinated against rabies or are between the ages of twelve and sixteen

weeks ago, are vaccinated against rabies, but still do not meet the requirements for

force referred to in paragraph 2 (a). e) of annex III to regulation of the European Union on the

animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movement of pet animals

breeding ^ 48), may be imported under the non-commercial movement from third countries

in the United States, are subject to the conditions laid down in article 4(1). 11

Regulation of the European Union concerning animal health conditions for non-commercial

movements of pet animals ^ 48).



(8) the Central Veterinary Administration may, at the request of the keeper in accordance with

article. 32 para. 1 of the European Union concerning animal health conditions for

non-commercial movements of pet animals ^ 48) allow the importation of an animal in


pet animals listed in part A of annex I to the regulation of the European Union on the

animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movement of pet animals

breeding ^ 48) that does not meet the conditions laid down in article 4(1). 10 Regulation

The European Union on the animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movements of animals

Pet ^ 48) and to determine the conditions of such imports.



section 38b



The export of animals and animal products to third countries



(1) the export of controlled goods to third countries will be required

the animal health certificate. To the exporter's request for his extradition must be

proof of health conditions, compliance with which requires

importing or transit State, in an authenticated translation.



(2) if the third country refuses a consignment and if it returns,

shall be borne by the exporter without compensation by the State, the costs associated with this

measures.



(3) if the third country of destination requires a health certificate, printed on

ceninovém paper with protective characters, will pay the costs of the exporter

its printing. On the compensation for the costs associated with printing, veterinary

certificate for export of regional Veterinary Administration decides. This compensation is

State budget revenue, it selects the regional animal health management, which

It has imposed. The amount of the flat-rate amounts for the costs associated with printing

veterinary certificate for export shall adopt detailed legislation.



(4) if the third country of destination requires verification of health certificate to the

the exports of the central competent authority, makes it the central veterinary

Administration.



(5) the implementing legislation provides for a procedure in case of refusal, and

return of the shipment to a third country, as well as the time-limit within which to apply for

veterinary certificate for export, the period of validity of the certificate, as

and on what basis is this certificate is issued.



section 38 c



(1) for the carriage of goods at controlled imports, exports and transit may

only be used if such means of transport, equipment, and packaging that

satisfy the animal health requirements laid down for national transport

goods of the same kind.



(2) power supply and feeding the animals at the border inspection post,

where appropriate, in other places during transport must be done

to transported animals have not been in direct or indirect contact with

domestic animals.



(3) the transport of controlled goods in the territory of what will

quickly as possible and, if possible, without reloading. Imported animals for slaughter must

be transported directly to the slaughterhouse and slaughtered without delay.



(4) if the duration of the transport of the animals to be exported may not exceed 8 hours, shall draw up

the carrier by the shipper in the agreement with the travel plan.



(5) the implementing legislation to what time after arrival at the slaughterhouse

must be slaughtered imported animals for slaughter by species.



§ 38d



Unless otherwise stated, is not subject to border veterinary control

the item that is under a special legal regulation ^ 23) are exempt from

the checks carried out by the Customs authorities.



TITLE V OF THE



VETERINARY SANITATION



§ 39



(1) the animal health asanačními activities are



and) the collection (collection), transport (cartage), disposal and other

the processing of animal by-products,



b) disinfection, disinfestation, fumigation, or deodorisation,



c) capture of stray and abandoned animals ^ 23a) and their introduction into

quarantine or isolation.



(2) rendering the activities referred to in paragraph 1 can be exercised

only with the permission of the State Veterinary Administration.



(3) animal by-products which are not suitable for animal feed

or further processing, it must be disposed of without delay

by burial at a specified location or by incineration, or harmlessly

removed by another, this Act and the regulations of the European Union ^ 9b) fixed

way.



(4) for disinfection, disinsectization and dezodorizaci, according to this

the law can be used only registered medicines and procedures or

products put into circulation has been enabled ^ 5).



(5) the implementing legislation provides for taking into account the nature of the disease and

the danger of its spread, that preparations and procedures apply when

the implementation of conservation and control measures.



§ 39a



(1) principles of the classification of animal by-products, animal health and

health rules for the collection (the collection), transport (cartage),

labelling, storage, disposal, use and other

the processing of animal by-products of each category,

as well as for the marketing of these products and products made from them into circulation for the

trading with them and for their import, transit and export, provides

European Union regulations ^ 9b).



(2) if the legislation of the European Union ^ 9b) require that secondary

animal products disposed of or further processing, it must be

so state, if not otherwise specified, in the enterprise, establishment or another

the device, which was for disposal and other handling

of animal by-products of its category approved by the State

veterinary services and registered under the veterinary assigned

the approval number. The conditions of approval and suspension, or

withdrawal of approval, are laid down in European Union regulations ^ 9b).



(3) operators of approved undertakings, businesses, or other

the device referred to in paragraph 2, shall, in the harmless disposal

and further processing of animal by-products and a custom

checking the hygiene conditions of this activity under this Act, and

European Union legislation ^ 9b).



(4) the official veterinarian at the approved enterprises, plants,

where applicable, other devices, referred to in paragraph 2, shall, in the

the performance of the State veterinary supervision pursuant to this Act and regulations

The European Union ^ 9b).



section 40



(1) the Keepers and persons handling animal products are required to

to ensure the disposal of animal by-products which

arise in the course of their work or in their establishment; It

shall apply mutatis mutandis also to the operators of airports, ports and other locations

entry into the United States, in the case of imported animal products,

where appropriate, other veterinary goods seized in accordance with the provisions

The European Union ^ 21) and intended to be disposed of, or on the kitchen

waste from means of transport in the international transport. If it is not

unless otherwise specified, are required to



and immediately report occurrence) of animal by-products to the person

who carries out their collection (collection) and transport (cartage). Reporting

the obligation is not a breeder or person handling animal products,

If the person to whom it was granted performance rendering activities,

the Council has agreed on a regular (turnusovém) collection of animal by-products

products,



(b)) sort, label, securely store, and if necessary take care

animal by-products into the transit times for disposal on the

places with which the agreed regional animal health management,

so, in order to avoid their alienation, to the threat to human and animal health

or damage to the environment,



(c)) to keep trade and other papers, relating

animal products are passed to the carriage, for at least 2 years, and

in the case of carcases of animals individually referred to in accordance with special

^ Law 9 d), ensure that the carcasses have been passed down to the

transport including the identification of resources,



(d) animal by-products) to pass to the person who performs their

the collection (collection) and transport (cartage), to provide it with the necessary

cooperation and assistance, particularly as you zoom in on places of carcasses

accessible means of transport and their management, and pay her for

transport and disposal and other handling of miscellaneous

animal products an agreed price.



(2) the Keepers and persons handling animal products, for which

commonly found animal by-products are obliged to



and establish a watertight, well) to clean, disinfect and

sealable with carcass disposal boxes for short-term storage Misc.

animal products, to clean and disinfect them after each flush,



(b) appropriately place the carcass recycling boxes) both in terms of their separation from the

the other premises, as well as in terms of loading and transport

of animal by-products.



(3) unless I know the breeder, has the obligation under paragraph 1

(a). and the one to whom it belongs) or who manages the place of finding of the carcase. In

this case bears the costs of disposal of the carcase.



(4) failing the State Veterinary Administration of the disease reasons otherwise,

can the breeder himself disposed of on land owned by the carcase

the pet animal, if this does not come from the animal's carcase

payable between the ruminants or pigs, or from an animal sick

a dangerous infection or suspected of the disease. Harmless

deleting in this case means the burial spot of the appropriate

the perspective of the protection of human and animal health and the protection of the environment, and

it to a depth of at least 80 cm with the use of disinfectants.


The carcase of a horse breeder, pet can harmlessly delete itself on

private land only with the consent of the regional veterinary service and

conditions laid down by; the breeder is also required to place of burial

of the carcase of a horse in the manner prescribed mark implementing regulation

and this designation to maintain for a period of 10 years.



(5) an entrepreneur, who treats animal products, you may

the approval of the regional Veterinary Administration and under the conditions laid down by the legislation of the

The European Union ^ 9b) to handle in your own device side animal

products that have arisen in connection with its activities.



§ 41



(1) the person to whom the performance of rendering has been enabled, the

required to perform it, so that there is no threat to human health and the

animals, cruelty to animals, or damage to the environment. Person,

the subject of activity is the collection, transport, harmless

disposal and other handling of animal by-products (

"rendering the undertaking"), is required to further



and to ensure continuous reception) to reports of animal by-products

products and collecting them in the 24 hours after he was of their presence

informed, without delay, in cases of public interest,



(b) collecting and harmlessly delete) or further process any side

animal products from the specified jurisdiction (svozové area)

If these products were not in accordance with this Act and the regulations

The European Union ^ 9b) disposed of or otherwise further processed, and

request for payment of the price agreed according to a special legal

prescription ^ 24),



(c)) to do when fighting dangerous diseases or diseases transmitted from

animals to humans and their consequences in accordance with mandated protective and

zdolávacími measures



(d) draw up a code of conduct) and submit it prior to the activity

the regional Veterinary Administration for approval,



e) comply with the animal health requirements for harmless

delete, and other processing of animal by-products of

laid down by this law and the regulations of the European Union ^ 9b), as well as procedures

based on the hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP),



f) carry out their own checks on compliance with veterinary and health

requirements for disposal and other handling of miscellaneous

animal products laid down in this law and the regulations of the European

Union ^ 9b), keep records of the results of those checks, keep them after

for at least 2 years and present them at the request of the official veterinarian

doctors,



g) create conditions, including free provision of suitable space to

implementation of the pathological-anatomical dissections of carcases (hereinafter referred to as

"the animal health prosektorská activities") of the provincial veterinary services,



h) in the case of carcases of animals individually marked in accordance with the Special

^ Law 9 d), nesnímat, or not to dispose of the identification

resources before for their own disposal or

further processing of the carcasses.



2) animal by-products taken to rendering the undertaking destruction

delete or further processing must not leave the premises of this already

company without the consent of the regional Veterinary Administration, unless their

transfer to another rendering of the business.



(3) a place designated for the disposal of animal by-products

pet products (hereinafter referred to as "zahraboviště"), a device designed for

disposal and other handling of animal by-products

products or place designated for storage or incineration of animal carcases

of pet animals shall be established after consultation of the regional office, the municipal

Office or the regional office and the újezdního of the veterinary service on the spot,



and) enough away from places where they are kept

farm animals,



(b) where this activity will not be) respected the environment.



(4) a device designed for harmless disposal and other handling

of animal by-products shall be equipped and maintained to

allow safe working and safe disposal and processing

the following products, where appropriate, the circulation of such products, which

do not contain unacceptable amounts of harmful substances or of pathogenic

micro-organisms. This device must not be manufactured products intended for

human consumption.



(5) the implementing legislation may provide that, where required under legal acts

The European Union,



and animal and public health) more detailed labelling requirements

the collection (collection), transport (cartage), disposal and other

the processing of animal by-products, to the layout and equipment of

undertaking, business, or other device designed for harmless

disposal and other handling of animal by-products,

zahraboviště and on the device (s) specified for the storage or incineration

carcasses of pet animals, if these requirements are not established

regulations of the European Union,



(b)) the details concerning the implementation of health own checks

conditions of disposing and processing side

animal products operators of undertakings, businesses, or other

the device referred to in § 39a para. 2.



§ 42



(1) the person was allowed to exercise the activities referred to in § 39 para. 1 (b).

(c)),



and in the context of trade and) disease control measures capture of stray and

stray dogs and cats, or other, to the danger of contagion

susceptible animals in the place and time regulation the prohibition of the free movement of animals,



(b)), at the request of the village, in the case of the city of Prague at the request of the city

parts of the capital city of Prague, the Czech Republic Police or municipal police

and in synergy with them the capture of stray and abandoned dogs and cats,

where appropriate, other animals, and placing them in quarantine or isolation,

If their capture in order to protect human and animal health, where appropriate, in

other public interest.



(2) the capture of stray and abandoned dogs and cats, or even other

the animals referred to in paragraph 1, as well as the collection and disposal of carcasses

pet animals, can carry out an individual who graduated from the

specialized professional training, with a focus on this activity

organized College with the veterinary curriculum,

She passed the final examination and certificate of competence to

This activity. Take care of stray and abandoned animals in shelters for

animals can only people who have that certificate.



(3) the person referred to in paragraph 1 or 2 of the trapped animal



and the owner, who shall issue) is obliged to keep this animal according to the instructions

the regional Veterinary Administration after the necessary period in quarantine



(b)) spent, if it decides so regional animal health management of the disease or

diagnostic reasons, if required by the nature of the danger of the disease and

circumstances of the case; the cost of culling ^ 6) of the animal shall be borne by the State.



(4) the costs of the capture of the animal and the temporary care of the breeder

odchyceného of an animal shall be obliged to replace the person that these costs

expended.



(5) if I know the breeder, which trapped the animal should be returned

in accordance with paragraph 3 (b). and), or if you cannot return it to the producer from another

because, the person referred to in paragraph 1 or 2 of the trapped animal



and the Civic Association) will offer, which participates in the execution of the tasks of the protection

animals, or



(b) placed in a shelter) for the animals.



The farmer is obliged to pay the costs incurred for the care of trapped

an animal in a shelter for the animals.



(6) the implementing legislation provides for the Organization, the content and the conditions

vocational course for the capture of stray and abandoned animals and their treatment

them, including care in animal shelters for animals, and for the collection and destruction of

disposal of animal carcases in pet food, as well as the organisation and

the contents of the final exam.



TITLE VI OF THE



STATE ADMINISTRATION IN MATTERS OF ANIMAL HEALTH CARE



§ 43



Government authorities in matters of animal health care



The State administration in matters of veterinary care, exercise



and) the Ministry,



b) Ministry of defence and Ministry of the Interior,



(c)) community,



d) veterinary authorities.



§ 44



(1) the Ministry of



a) provides for guidelines development and tasks of veterinary care and checks

their fulfilment,



(b)) the exercise of State administration in matters of veterinary care and decides on

appeals against the decisions of the Central Veterinary Administration,

may declare any geographical area for the region affected by the Special

geographic constraints;



(c) approves the programs to repair the animals) and the guidelines for preparing

contingency plans and exposes them in the journal of the Department of

Agriculture and on their website,



(d)) on the basis of the health situation and its anticipated development and is

taking into account the special health guarantees required in connection with

international trade in animals and their products, lays down that

programs to reviving animals, acts related to the control of the inheritance

health, operations relating to the control of animal welfare, compulsory

preventive and diagnostic actions to prevent the emergence and spread of diseases and


diseases transmissible from animals to humans, as well as to their control,

be carried out in the calendar year, including the conditions and time limits for

their design, exposes their list in the Gazette of the Ministry of

Agriculture and on their website, and determines which of them

and to what extent they are to be paid from the funds of the State budget. Between

diseases covered by these acts are always tuberculosis, brucellosis

and enzootic bovine leukosis, as well as brucellosis and Aujeszky's disease

pigs,



e) coordinates the activities of Central Government authorities in the performance of tasks

related to the prevention of the emergence and spread of dangerous diseases and

their meeting,



f) may change or terminate the emergency veterinary measures proclaimed

The Central Veterinary Administration, lasting longer than 15 days,



g) decides on compensation for costs and losses incurred in connection with

dangerous diseases.



(2) the Ministry shall set up the State Veterinary institutes and the Institute for

scientific research activities in the field of veterinary medicine and the proposal

The State Veterinary Administration approved national reference laboratories;

the list of national reference laboratories, shall be published in the journal of the

The Ministry of agriculture.



(3) the Minister of agriculture shall be established in agreement with the central authorities of the State

Administration, accounting for some of the tasks related to the prevention of the occurrence and

the spread of dangerous diseases and their control, Central Health

the Commission as a permanent advisory body.



§ 45



(1) the Ministry of defence and Ministry of the Interior in the scope of its competence



and implementation of the emergency) animal health measures ordered

other authorities, as appropriate, in agreement with the authorities of your own

emergency veterinary measures,



(b)) carried out in cooperation with the State Veterinary Administration of the mandatory

preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic actions to prevent the emergence and spread of

dangerous infections and their control, as well as other technical support

Veterinary acts needed to health and veterinary inspection of inheritance

health,



(c) shall be exercised by the State veterinary supervision) and takes measures to eliminate

any identified deficiencies, and that the Ministry of defence in the important

for the defense of the State of ^ 24a) and the Ministry of the Interior in establishments

managed in conjunction with the fulfilment of their tasks,



(d)) provides the State Veterinary Administration information of importance for the

the prevention of the emergence and spread of dangerous diseases and health care

the safety of animal products.



(2) Veterinary doctors the Ministry of defence and the Ministry of the Interior,

where appropriate, they have established organizational units of the State, who were

entrusted with this activity,



and they expose the passports of dogs) used by these ministries to carry out their

tasks, if these dogs are transported between Member States

non-commercial purposes, and taken them to perform serological samples

a test certifying rabies antibody titer and the



b) carry out checks of dogs used by these ministries to carry out

their task at the entrance of these dogs from third countries at points of entry

According to the article. 10, paragraph 1. 2 of the European Union concerning animal health conditions

for the non-commercial movement of pet animals ^ 48) intended

The Ministry of Defense or the Ministry of the Interior.



(3) the veterinary doctors medical certificate shall be issued by the Department of Defense

for animals not kept in buildings important for the defence of the State.



§ 46



The municipality



and) endorses the points at which markets can be held for resale of animals and

animal products (market hall and market square) and after determination of veterinary

the conditions of the places where you can take place leads to animals, and permits the holding of

these markets and standpipes. On the territory of the city of Prague approved these places

and to permit the holding of these markets and the lure of the city district of the capital city

Prague,



(b) on a proposal from the County) is issued by the Veterinary Administration of the regulation of the village) on the 25 ^ ^

Regulation of the emergency veterinary measures terminating the extraordinary

veterinary measures and oversees their implementation. However, this does not apply to

the city of Prague, in which he announces and terminating the emergency veterinary

always measure the city animal health management in Prague,



(c)) alone or in cooperation with other municipalities or other person may set up and

operate a shelter for animals harvested pursuant to § 42 para. 1,



(d)), the costs associated with the catching and karanténováním odchyceného

the animal under section 42 unless the breeder I know,



e) participates in its territory, which extends into the protection zone, zone

surveillance or further restricted zone, on the assurance of the

emergency veterinary measures ordered by the State Veterinary

the Administration, in the manner and to the extent laid down by these measures; on

the territory of the city of Prague is to support the above measures

involved in the urban part of the city of Prague. For the reimbursement of costs and

losses incurred by the municipality and in the case of the city of Prague city district in

delivering emergency veterinary measures

Similarly, section 67 para. 2, § 68 para. 1 and § 70 para. 1 and 2.



§ 47



Veterinary authorities



(1) the authority of the State Veterinary Administration of the veterinary service and the administrative

Office with statewide jurisdiction subordinate the Ministry of agriculture

(hereinafter referred to as "the Ministry").



(2) the State Veterinary Administration is the business component of the State and the Court of

unit. Its capital is Prague.



(3) the Institute for State control of veterinary Biologicals and medicaments (

"the Institute") is a body of the veterinary service for the area of veterinary

preparations and veterinary technical resources, organizational component

the State and the entity.



(4) the State Veterinary Administration is made up of the Central Veterinary Administration,

the regional veterinary administrations carrying out its activities in the

matters of veterinary services in the territory, which is identical with the territory of the regions referred to in

another law ^ 7a), and urban veterinary services in Prague, which

the scope of the regional Veterinary Administration shall exercise within the territory of the capital

Prague.



(5) at the head of the State Veterinary Administration is the Central Executive, which controls

The Central Veterinary Administration; his selection, appointment and removal shall be governed by

the law on the civil service. The selection, appointment and dismissal of the Director of the regional

the veterinary service is governed by the civil service.



(6) the Central Director appoints and dismisses, with the consent of the Minister

Agriculture, Director of the State Veterinary institutes.



(7) the scope of the State Veterinary Administration shall be exercised by the Central

the veterinary services and the regional veterinary administrations. As the authority

the first instance in administrative proceedings shall be decided by the regional Veterinary Administration

According to its territorial jurisdiction, the appeal against the decision of the regional

Veterinary Administration shall be decided by the Central Veterinary Administration, with the exception of §

48 para. 1 (b). (f)), g), (l)), and p), in which it shall act as the authority

the first degree of the Central Veterinary Administration.



§ 48



the title launched



(1) the Central Veterinary Administration



and the concept of health protection) handles the animals and care about health

the safety of animal products, multi-annual control plans in order to

regularly verify compliance with legislation relating to

the health and well-being of animals and the health of animal products and

feed monitoring plans of certain substances and residues thereof and secures the

the implementation of these concepts and plans,



(b) be submitted to the Ministry for approval) proposals for programmes to repair

animals, including proposals for funding, and ensures their

implementation of policy proposals, for drawing up the contingency plans, as well as, in the

the case of livestock, after consultation with the agrarian Chamber, proposals for

the determination of the additional mandatory preventive and diagnostic operations to

the prevention of the emergence and spread of diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to

humans and their control that are not listed in § 44 para. 1 (b).

(d) the second sentence). Upon occurrence of emergency situations organizes activities

the crisis centre disease control ^ 25b)



(c)) shall draw up and update the national contingency plans, coordinates

the implementation of the compulsory preventive and diagnostic operations to prevent

the emergence and spread of diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to man and to the

their control, shall decide on the regulation, amendment and termination of the emergency

veterinary measures and oversees their implementation, he admits, be suspended

and restores the present economy and the status of the areas free of the disease, leads

a list of them and proposed to the authorities of the European Union to the Czech Republic

granted the territory of the free area,



(d)) governed by the regional Veterinary Administration, decides on appeals

against their decision and against decisions of the Institute,



(e)) of the Constitution and governed by the State Veterinary Institute and coordinates their training

activity, proposes to the Ministry for approval to the national reference

laboratory and approved reference laboratories, directs and coordinates the

their activities,



(f) shall be exercised by the State veterinary supervision) and issued binding guidelines to

the deficiencies, shall carry out official controls and audits, and the

based on their results shall take appropriate measures, in accordance with the


European Union legislation to soften the exceptions from the veterinary and

health requirements laid down in the animal health and welfare, on

animal products, as well as to the construction, layout and equipment of

undertakings, businesses, and other devices, in which the animal is treated

products and animal by-products, for these exceptions

national nature or relate to the territory of several counties



(g) issuing binding opinions) in cases in which the issue of

reserves, in terms of health gives consent to the biological

testing so far unused feed, their production, imports and entry into

circulation, specifies the cases in which you need to perform specific evaluations

the efficacy of the biocidal products against established designers of diseases,



h) performs checks according to the Act on the State agricultural intervention

the Fund for the purposes of this Fund,



I) examines whether a border veterinary station meets the requirements for

location, material and personnel equipment veterinary station

border controls, suspended its activities, in particular if required

protection of human and animal health, on request, the importers of animals or

animal products, for which import conditions have been established

(harmonized) at the level of the European Union, tells the import conditions

applicable to imports of animals or animal products of the species from

the third country or part thereof to the United States and determines which

vaccination is preventing the importation of animals and their products may, in connection with the

tasks relating to border veterinary checks on request from

the Customs authorities the information necessary in terms of management and international

cooperation in the field of this check,



j) leads, updates and publishes on the website of the State

Veterinary Administration lists of approved and registered, or

the allowed



1. the participants in the network monitor, assembly centres, quarantine

centres, semen collection centres, semen collection centres, banks

semen, livestock equipment, including breeding animals

the aquaculture and other devices involved in

the circulation and marketing of animals on trafficking,



2. undertakings, businesses, or other devices involved in

production, processing and marketing of livestock products into circulation and the

trading with them,



3. persons as entrepreneurs ^ 10) transporting animals or animal

products and are subject to registration, as well as the traders referred to in § 9b,



4. third countries or parts thereof from which the animals may be imported

or animal products into the United States,



5. undertakings, and/or other equipment in third countries, from which you can

Importing animal products into the United States,



6. veterinary laboratories, rendering undertakings and other persons

they perform some of the rendering activities referred to in § 39 para. 1,



7. free zones, free warehouses and customs warehouses

under veterinary supervision,



8. other persons, enterprises, factories, and other facilities and centres

the funds, if they have been approved and registered,

registration required by this Act or the regulations of the European Union;

the lists referred to in points 1 to 8, transmitted to the Commission and the other Member States,

If required by the regulations of the European Union,



k) published on the website of the State Veterinary Administration

accordance with the legal acts of the European Union models of veterinary certificates,

as well as lists of the European Union reference laboratories, the national

reference laboratories in the Member States and the laboratories of the Member States

authorized to perform specific laboratory activities, if it acts

The European Union requires,



l) issues, changing and withdrawing the natural and legal persons the authorisation



1. for the implementation of laboratory or other veterinary diagnostic

the activities, for which the results are to be used for the purposes of the State

veterinary supervision,



2. for the operation of the undertaking, the rendering



m) collects, processes and evaluates information from the field

veterinary care including data Czech Republic undertook to submit

international organisations due to their membership, leads,

operates and develops the information system in the field of health care in

accordance with the specific legislation ^ 25 c), working with administrators

other information systems that are used for the performance of public administration in the Czech

Republic and secures the functional integration of the information system in the

the field of veterinary care in international information systems

the field of veterinary care,



n) organizes the content of study of official veterinarians and grants

attestation, organizes professional training of veterinary assistants,

organizes training courses and further training of employees of the State

Veterinary Administration,



about) works



1. with the agrarian Chamber of the Chamber of Commerce, food, and other

professional interest associations, as well as with the veterinary and pharmaceutical

University of Brno in matters relating to their scope and

of common interest,



2. the institutions of the European Union, which administered the required by them or the regulations

The European Union provided for information, news, opinions and papers in the field of

its scope, and with the Member States, which provides the necessary

cooperation, in particular the information set out the rules of the European Union,



3. foreign veterinary services and relevant international

organisations,



p) perform the tasks arising for it from the immediate binding legal

European Union legislation ^ 2), and in particular shall be supervised over the exercise of

the obligations arising for the natural and legal persons of the

European Union legislation ^ 2), issue a permit to the adoption of secondary

animal products belonging between materials 1. or 2. the categories and

processed products derived from those materials that are

sent from other Member States to the United Kingdom as a State

determine, in the case of cross-border cooperation carried out surveillance and progresses

According to the regulation of the European Union relating to cooperation in the field of

consumer protection ^ 25 d), and in the case of illegal

hearing ^ 25e), which controlled a person committed in the territory of the European

the European Union or in another State the stand of the European economic area and which

harms or may harm the common interest of consumers ^ 25f)

by a decision of such conduct disables, q) shall determine at the request of the authority

the executing State supervision pursuant to the Act on the Czech commercial inspection, ^ 25 g)

or the law on the customs administration of the Czech Republic ^ 25 h), that the State

the Veterinary Institute carried out laboratory tests to identify the

species in accordance with the European Union, which prohibits the

placing on the market, import to or export from the community of cat and dog

fur and products containing such fur ^ 25i CKS),



r) gives producers passports a series of numbers in accordance with art. 21, art. 3

Regulation of the European Union concerning animal health conditions for non-commercial

movements of pet animals ^ 48),



with other tasks) established by this Act or by a specific legislative

^ 1b) regulations.



(2) Implementing law provides specific requirements for equipment,

the method and organization of the operation of information system in the field of veterinary

care.



§ 48a



(1) the Central Veterinary Administration informs the public on the basis of the results of the

the State veterinary supervision of animal products,

that are not wholesome, or animal products

unfit for human consumption in accordance with art. 10 of regulation of the European

Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 178/2002.



(2) the Central Veterinary Administration is entitled to inform the public on the

based on the results of the State veterinary supervision of



and) discovered animal products labelled or offered

misleading terms, or



(b) confirm the presence of a dangerous disease), or diseases transmitted from animals

for a man that can endanger the health of humans or animals.



(3) Public Information published in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 may

contain the identity of the controlled person, the nature of the risk,

the measures taken and any other information necessary to protect the health of people and the

animals. These cases are not covered by the obligation of confidentiality of the stored

under special legislation ^ 51).



§ 49



The regional Veterinary Administration



(1) the regional animal health management



and draws up and updates) in accordance with the national emergency

plans for the regional contingency plans and monitor their implementation, organizes

the activities of the regional crisis centre disease control ^ 25b)



(b) the implementation of the compulsory preventive) and diagnostic tasks

to prevent the emergence and spread of diseases and their control, approve and in the

the case of non-execution provided for compulsory preventive and

diagnostic operations [§ 5 para. 1 (a)), § 44 para. 1 (b). (d))]

suspending or withdrawing the status of the holding officially free

dangerous infections, approved the healing programs, approved breeders

area intended for cleaning and disinfecting means of transport

used for the carriage of animals and fulfil the tasks arising for it from the schedule


the monitoring of certain substances and residues thereof,



c) decide on the regulation, amendment and termination of the emergency veterinary

measures within the jurisdiction of the county or any part thereof, in excess of the territorial perimeter of the village,

keeping a watch on their performance, and allow individual exceptions to the ordered

emergency veterinary measures,



d) decide on the regulation, amendment and termination of the emergency veterinary

the measures, which impose obligations individually determined by the physical and

legal persons, and oversees their implementation,



e) announces the results of the preliminary examination of animals suspected

of the occurrence of a dangerous disease Central Veterinary Administration and after their

the confirmation of the occurrence of this disease to the competent regional authority, village, on

the territory of the city of Prague municipal parts of the capital city of Prague, the authority

Police of the Czech Republic and the locally competent authority Chamber of Commerce, the incidence of

diseases transmitted from animals to humans also to the competent authority of the protection

public health,



(f)) of the disease reasons, may order the owner, to the animal to

Veterinary examination, protective vaccination or to perform another

the professional of the Health Act, and specifies the conditions and duration of the

quarantine and isolation,



g) carries out the State veterinary supervision and issued binding guidelines to

the deficiencies, carries out a planned official controls,

checks in the event of a suspected non-compliance with the obligations and requirements and

audits, and on the basis of their results shall take appropriate measures, validates the

compliance with the specifications according to the regulations of the European Union on agricultural

products and foodstuffs as traditional specialities guaranteed,

and on the protection of geographical indications and designations of origin for agricultural

products and foodstuffs ^ 25j), as regards the products and foodstuffs of animal

of origin, be authorised in accordance with the regulations of the European Union to soften the exceptions

for animal health and public health requirements laid down in the animal health and

their well-being, to animal products, as well as to the construction, layout

and equipment of enterprises, plants and other facilities in which is treated with

animal products, animal by-products and, if

the authorisation of these exceptions is not the Central Veterinary Administration,



h) approve and registers, registers in the

the scope of the



1. the participants of the network monitoring, assembly centres, quarantine

centres, semen collection centres, semen collection centres, banks

semen, livestock equipment, including breeding animals

the aquaculture and other equipment involved in the marketing of

animals of the circulation and trafficking,



2. businesses, factories or other facilities involved in the production,

processing and marketing of livestock products into circulation and trading

them,



3. persons as entrepreneurs ^ 10) transporting animals or animal

products and are subject to registration, as well as the traders referred to in § 9b,



4. the rendering undertakings and other persons carrying out just a few of the rendering

the activities referred to in § 39 para. 1,



5. private veterinary surgeons for assembly centres or for the

certain activities if their approval required by this Act or

regulations of the European Union,



6. free zones, free warehouses and customs warehouses under

the State veterinary supervision,



7. other persons, enterprises, factories, and other facilities and centers

means, if their approval and registration,

registration required by this Act or the regulations of the European Union; withdrawing the

or suspend the approval and registration, or cancels the registration,

the conditions are met for such measures provided for by this Act

or the regulations of the European Union,



I) issued binding opinions for construction management, construction, and announcements for

occupancy and certifies compliance with the requirements and conditions laid down

for the treatment of animal products,



j) applies its opinions on the territorial plans, regulatory plans and binding

the opinion of the territorial management in terms of health care,



to) specifies the animal health conditions for animals and animal health lead

the conditions for carrying out experiments on animals, registers the circuses, releases

registers of circus animals and indexes of performance

circuses, confirms the passports for circus animals, performs checks

compliance with the obligations and requirements associated with the movement of the circus

animals between Member States and verifies that the conditions are met to

the relocation of the circus from the United Kingdom to other Member States,



l) a person who manufactures, processes, imports, treats, stores,

transports, puts into circulation and uses the feedingstuffs of animal origin, specifies the

the animal health conditions for their use so as to avoid their

actors adversely affected their health

wholesomeness. For feedingstuffs which have been treated with substances harmful to human health

or otherwise adversely affecting animals or animal products

or to which such substances have been added in accordance with the approved

technological procedure and which, therefore, can be used to feed only

After the expiry of the withdrawal period, if necessary, be determined in this

a time limit or other health conditions and measures and checks their

compliance with,



m) issued after the veterinary inspection veterinary certificates and

responsible for its completeness and correctness,



n) performs the inspection of slaughter animals and meat, as well as veterinary

examination of other animal products and assesses their applicability

(edibility), issued to the operators of poultry or rabbit slaughterhouses

authorization to perform certain operations in the context of meat of poultry and tours

Lagomorphs own staff and decides on the amount of the reimbursement of costs

associated with the performance of this tour explores the own-checks system

the hygiene conditions of production of entrepreneurs ^ 10) referred to in section 22,

approves the contingency plans operators of slaughterhouses, traffic and sanitation

schedules referred to in § 22 para. 1 (b). (b)) (3) gives and takes away the consent to

the sale of small quantities of raw milk farmer in the place of manufacture or

through the vending machine directly to the consumer,



about performs veterinary control) animals and animal products

are subject, in the place of their origin, in the course of their

transport or at their arrival at the place of destination, and if it is part of the

the regional Veterinary Administration border veterinary station, also

border veterinary inspection of controlled goods imported from

third countries; in the context of the implementation of the border veterinary

checks may request from the Customs authorities the information necessary for the proper

the performance of this check,



p) adopt appropriate measures, if they are not



1. met the animal health conditions laid down in this Act or the regulations

The European Union for trade in animals and animal products, or

for the import of animals and animal products,



2. compliance with obligations or requirements established by this Act, or

European Union regulations for assembly centres, or



3. compliance with obligations or requirements laid down by a regulation of the European

the Union, which prohibits the placing on the market, imported into the community and

to export from the cat and dog fur and products containing such fur ^ 25i CKS),

in the case of cat and dog fur in the rough,



q) if required by the performance of the State veterinary supervision, performs

animal health prosektorskou activities in the rendering undertakings,



r) registers the graduates of professional schools for the veterinary field,

where appropriate, the graduates of post-secondary studies veterinary field who

are entitled to some expert veterinary acts

the business way, (hereinafter referred to as "private veterinary technician")



with the changes, and releases) takes away natural and legal persons the authorisation



1. for the implementation of laboratory or other veterinary diagnostic

activities for the purpose of examination for trichinae of wild game,

(Trichinella), unless an authorization to perform laboratory or

other veterinary diagnostic tasks, the results of which are to be

used for the purposes of the State veterinary supervision,



2. the performance of some veterinary rendering activities (section 51 (1)),

unless the operation of the undertaking, the rendering



3. for the implementation of home defeats of bovine animals under 24 months or

from a farmed deer breeding in the holding of the keeper,



4. the slaughter of farmed game at the farm, to kill the big

farmed game meat in the economy by the use of firearms or to your home

the slaughter of farmed Deer farming by the use of firearms,



t) performs checks of cross-compliance under the law on agriculture ^ 25 l)

accordance with the EU regulation governing the detailed rules for the

cross-compliance, modulation and the integrated administration and control

^ 25 m), the system performs checks according to the Act on the State farm

the intervention fund for the purposes of this Fund, and issue certificates for

the provision of special export refunds,



u) stores the fines for non-compliance with or breach of the obligations, requirements or


conditions laid down in this Act and the regulations of the European Union,



perform the tasks resulting in) for it from immediately binding legal

European Union legislation ^ 2), and in particular shall be supervised over the exercise of

the obligations arising for the natural and legal persons of the

European Union legislation ^ 2), carried out in the case of cross-border cooperation

supervision and proceed according to the regulation of the European Union relating to the

cooperation in the field of consumer protection ^ 25 d), and in the case of detection of

infringement ^ 25e), which is controlled by the person committed to the

the territory of the European Union or in another State, representing the European economic

space and which harms or may harm the common interest

consumers ^ 25f), disables such behaviour, decision



x) fulfil such other tasks provided for in this Act or special legal

^ 1b) regulations.



(2) the Director of the regional Veterinary Administration establishes the Health Commission, which

It is an advisory body.



(3) the part of the County's Emergency Center Veterinary Administration for

the emergency situation, which, in accordance with national emergency plans

intervenes in the outbreaks of diseases and other emergencies.



§ 49a



(1) the State Veterinary Administration



and) based on a duly substantiated request by the competent authority of the Member

State (hereinafter referred to as "the applicant authority")



1. the applicant authority shall forward the information, news, opinions, papers

or certified copies thereof, or briefs and documents (

"information and documentation") which has or may

obtain and verify that enable compliance with legislation on

veterinary care. When obtaining such information and documents

they can be supplied also in electronic form, it shall State

animal health management as if filled custom tasks or acted on

the request of an authority of the Czech Republic,



2. examine the accuracy of the facts in an appropriate manner, it

notified to the applicant authority and inform it of the results of the screening exercise,

including the information that was necessary to examine the



3. it shall inform the applicant authority of the administrative decisions or other

acts relating to the application of legislation on veterinary care,



4. carry out or strengthen State veterinary supervision within its scope of

where there is a suspected breach of the legislation, in particular

supervision of businesses, places where stocks of goods have, of which the

movements of goods and means of transport,



5. the applicant authority shall provide all relevant information that has

available or which it obtains in accordance with point 1, a real

meetings or practices, which are based on the requesting authority in violation of the

legislation on veterinary care,



(b)), even without the application if it considers it appropriate,



1. carry out or strengthen State veterinary supervision at locations listed

under (a), point 4)



2. provides the competent authorities of the Member States as soon as available

the information and documents which relate to acts or practices that are in the

or appear to be contrary to legislation on veterinary

care, in particular as regards the methods or methods used in these

activities.



(2) the request for information, in which the subject matter of the administrative decision

or any other Act, the disclosure of which is sought, must be provided with

translation into the Czech language.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration shall inform without delay the Commission with all the necessary

information relating to the



and) goods which are the subject of, or suspected, that is

subject to the acts or practices that are in conflict with the law

about veterinary care,



b) methods and procedures that are being used, or where there is a

believing that they are being used in violation of the legislation on

veterinary care,



c) shortcomings or gaps in the legislation on veterinary care,

that are detected in the application of these provisions.



(4) if the information provided of cases which may

constitute a danger to human health, which cannot otherwise be avoided,

This information may be, upon agreement between the involved authorities and the Commission

communicated with the reasons to the public.



(5) The mutual assistance referred to in paragraphs 1 and 3 cannot be provided,

If this would be contrary to the legal regulations of the Czech Republic,

or if it would prejudice the public policy or other essential

interest in the United States. Information and documents relating to the physical or

legal entities may be provided only to the extent strictly necessary to

notice of meetings or practices which are inconsistent with the law of

veterinary care. Any refusal of assistance must be justified.



(6) the information provided in any form to the competent authorities are

of a confidential nature; their provision is covered by the obligation of

discretion and is subject to specific legislation. The competent authorities of

shall ensure that the information provided remains confidential, even after the conclusion of the

case. This information can be used in the event of litigation or

proceedings instituted for failure of the legislation on animal health

care, or in preventing and detecting deficiencies in relation to the funds

Of the European Union; such use of the information provided must be

the competent authority shall be informed of the Member State that provided the information.



(7) information under this provision may not be provided to other

persons other than those whose duties in other Member States or in

bodies of the European Union, require, in order to have access to this information.

This information may not be used for purposes other than those

laid down by that provision, unless the authority that information

It Express consent and unless such communication or use

the information is not contrary to the legislation of the Member State in which is situated

the authority has received the information.



(8) if the State Veterinary Administration learns about the negotiations or

procedures, which are, or appear to be contrary to the legal

provisions on veterinary care, especially if they are related or are likely to

also apply to other Member States, it shall inform the Commission of its own

initiative or on the basis of the substantiated request; If necessary, it

will also provide the necessary information and documents. The State Veterinary Administration

shall inform the Commission and the other Member States of bilateral agreements

on mutual assistance concluded with the competent veterinary authorities

third countries.



(9) with the exception of payment of fees paid to experts with assistance under

This provision provides, free of charge.



(10) this provision shall not affect the regulations on mutual legal

assistance in criminal matters.



Authorization to pursue certain professional veterinary activities



§ 50



(1) the Central Veterinary Administration may issue a permit to the implementation

Laboratory, or other veterinary diagnostic activities, the

the results will be used for the purposes of the State veterinary supervision,

a person who has reached the age of 18 years has the capacity to perform legal acts, is

integrity, for the performance of the activities of the competent and

exercise in an environment and under the animal health and hygiene conditions, which

According to the observations correspond to the appropriate regional veterinary administration of the nature and

the range of appropriate activities.



(2) the Central Veterinary Administration shall issue a permit to operate a rendering

business person who fulfils the conditions set out in paragraph 1.



(3) the regional Veterinary Administration may issue a permit to the implementation

Laboratory, or other veterinary diagnostic activities to

examination of wild game on the trichinae (Trichinella), unless the

authorization to perform laboratory or other veterinary

diagnostic activities, the results of which will be used for the purposes of

the State veterinary supervision, to a person who has reached the age of 18 years, has

competence to perform legal acts, is unexceptionable, to exercise that activity,

competent and will perform in the environment and under the animal health and

hygiene conditions conforming to the type and scope of such activities.



(4) in the case of a legal person, the conditions set out in paragraphs 1

and 3 meet its professional representative. If it is a person that has not yet been

assigned the identification number of the person, gives it a regional animal health

identification number of the management person at the same time with the issue of a permit under

paragraphs 1 to 3; the identification number of the person the basic administrator

the registry of legal persons, natural persons-entrepreneurs and authorities

public authority (hereinafter referred to as "the register") ^ 39).



(5) For integrity, for the purposes of this Act shall be considered one who is not

convicted in the last 10 years for an intentional crime

or in the last 5 years for an offense committed by negligence in the

connection with the professional veterinary activities. In order to demonstrate

integrity of the competent authority referred to in paragraphs 1 to 3 shall request

under special legislation ^ 25 g) extract from the register Index

the sentencing guidelines. An application for a statement of convictions and an extract from the

criminal records shall be transmitted in electronic form,


manner allowing remote access.



(6) must be specified in the permit, the nature and scope of activities and the professional

Representative, and in the case of the rendering undertaking, whether or not the territorial circuit in which

the activities carried out, (the purpose of the area).



(7) the Central Veterinary Administration or regional Veterinary Administration may

to change or withdraw the authorisation issued to her, if the activity is not

exercised in accordance with the law or have changed the conditions under

which the authorisation was granted.



(8) laboratory, where appropriate, other veterinary diagnostic activities

the purpose of the examination of wild game on the trichinae (Trichinella), unless the

authorization to perform laboratory or other veterinary

diagnostic activities, the results of which will be used for the purposes of

the State veterinary supervision pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 3 shall be entitled to

to carry out the veterinarian, veterinary technician, private person

competent pursuant to section 59A(1). 1 (b). b) to (e)), or

a person who graduated from a specialized professional training, with a focus

the investigation game on trichinae (Trichinella), has passed the

final exam and a certificate of eligibility to this

activity.



(9) a specialized professional training with a focus on investigating

game on trichinae (Trichinella) organizes high school with

the health curriculum, which is issued by persons who

This specialized professional training completed, a certificate of

eligibility for the investigation of wild game meat for trichinae (Trichinella)

keep a list of these people.



(10) the detailed legislation lays down the content, scope and organization of the

specialized training focusing on the investigation into the game on

trichinae (Trichinella), method and organization validation

acquired knowledge, certification and maintenance of a list of persons who

This specialized professional training undergone.



§ 51



(1) the regional Veterinary Administration shall issue a permit unless the permit to

the operation of rendering the undertaking (section 50 (2)), for the performance of some of the

Veterinary rendering activities referred to in § 39 para. 1 person

satisfies the conditions laid down in this law and the regulations of the European Union

governing health rules for animal by-products which

they are not intended for human consumption ^ 9b). In the case of capture of stray or

abandoned animals or of the collection and disposal of animal carcases in

pet, this must be by a competent person in accordance with §

paragraph 42. 2. for the amendment or withdrawal of an authorisation shall apply mutatis mutandis to § 50 para.

7.



(2) the authorization shall be determined by the nature and scope of activities, and in the case of collection and

disposal of animal by-products, also the place where

These products will be harmlessly removed or further processed.

In the case of an authorisation to a person, that have not yet been allocated

the identification number of the person, gives it a regional animal health management

the identification number of the person at the same time with the issue of the permit referred to in paragraph 1;

the identification number of the person shall provide the registry administrator people ^ 39).



(3) Regional animal health management checks in the exercise of State

in particular, the veterinary supervision of compliance with the requirements of this

the activities provided for in this law and the regulations of the European Union ^ 9b).



§ 51a



The national reference laboratories and reference laboratories



(1) the Ministry of approved national reference laboratories for the purpose of

deepening coordination and unification of laboratory and diagnostic

activity; approval may withdraw it if the activity is not exercised

properly, or if you have changed the conditions under which the authorisation.



(2) the Central Veterinary Administration approved reference laboratories for

the area of health care, and for the activities for which they have not been

the Ministry approved the national reference laboratory. For reference

paragraph 1 shall apply, mutatis mutandis, of the laboratory.



(3) Implementing legislation sets out the requirements for the material and

personnel facilities the national reference laboratories and reference

laboratories and on focus, organization, and methods of their activities.



The State veterinary supervision



§ 52



(1) the veterinary authorities carry out the State veterinary supervision in

accordance with this law, special legislation and regulations ^ 25 h)

The European Union ^ 40). When its performance



and) shall keep, for compliance with the obligations, requirements and conditions

established by this Act, special legislation ^ 25 h) or

European Union regulations or on the basis thereof and in which they laid down

limits, and finding weaknesses, their causes and the persons responsible for them,



b) discuss and if necessary impose mandatory guidelines, which

and in what period of time they are to be removed and identified deficiencies

control their implementation,



c) monitor the health situation in the environment of wild animals.



(2) Specific forms of State veterinary supervision are veterinary

health check and health check for inheritance of marking and registration

animals, veterinary health inspection of feedingstuffs, inspection

of slaughter animals and meat, the border veterinary checks and animal health

check on arrival at destination.



(3) if the basis for the decision of the Veterinary Administration of the result

laboratory examination of samples, must be the result of the examination

carried out by the



and the State Veterinary Institute), the national reference laboratories,

reference laboratory or a laboratory that has been issued for the appropriate

heading the investigation certificate of accreditation under the law on technical

requirements for products ^ 17 k) and that of the Central Veterinary Administration has issued a

authorisation to carry out veterinary laboratory and diagnostic activities



(b)) other body of State supervision laboratories that performs laboratory

examination of samples for official controls, or



(c)), the European Union's reference laboratory or by a laboratory in another Member

State approved for carrying out the laboratory tests on the samples in the

official controls.



(4) when the laboratory examination of samples shall be treated according to the standards and methods

established on the basis of the legislation of the European Union ^ 41).



(5) for the performance of the State veterinary supervision of the Ministry of defence and

The Ministry of Interior, the provisions of paragraphs 1 to 4 apply mutatis mutandis.



§ 53



(1) the official veterinarians of the veterinary and veterinary management

doctors of the Department of Defense and the Ministry of the Interior, where appropriate, by

set up by organisational units of the State delegation of the State

veterinary supervision (hereinafter referred to as "health inspector"), shall be entitled to

During his performance,



and invalidate) in place of animal products that are not disabled

safe, or to order their deterioration and destruction, and

on the load controlled person



(b)) to suspend, restrict or prohibit the manufacture, processing or marketing

animal products into circulation, if the conditions are not met, and

the requirements established by this Act, special legislation ^ 26)

or the regulations of the European Union ^ 47) on animal products and handling

them,



c) suspend manufacture, processing or marketing of animal products into the

circulation on the reasonable period of time on suspicion that they are not wholesome.



(2) the regional veterinary administration ends



and the stored measures) pursuant to paragraph 1. (b)), if it was a defective condition

removed,



(b)) the measures imposed under paragraph 1 (b). (c)), if the controlled person

It proves that animal products are wholesome.



(3) the animal health inspectors are required to



and to prove the credentials to check) under the inspection order ^ 43) staff

identification,



(b)) Protocol on measures taken pursuant to paragraph 1.



(4) for the official veterinary assistants shall apply mutatis mutandis in paragraph 3 and the rights and

the obligations laid down by the inspection regulations controlling ^ 44).



(5) in the samples taken shall be granted a refund, with the exception of samples

taken on the sale of foodstuffs of animal origin in accordance with special

^ 28) legislation, for which the controlled person will provide

substitute ^ 27), if you ask for it within 6 months from the date on which the

acquainted with the fact that the food complies with the requirements laid down

special legislation ^ 28). The refund shall be controlled by the person

shall, within 30 days of the date when asked about her.



(6) the implementing legislation provides for



and animal health aspects) for the determination of the frequency of official controls and

audits, if their frequency is not regulated in the European Union,



(b)) how to monitor the animal health situation in the environment of wild animals,



(c) the service card) model of the veterinary inspector and official

the veterinary assistant.



(7) where the Commission implements its experts, where appropriate, experts from other

the Member States, who are included in a list maintained by the Commission for these

the purpose, in collaboration with the veterinary authorities for checking compliance with and

uniform application of the duties and requirements laid down in this

the law and its implementing legislation, or the rules of the European Union,

on location in the Czech Republic, veterinary authorities provide them with

the support that they need to complete their task.



(8) For carrying out the checks referred to in paragraph 7, the provisions


paragraph 3 (b). and) and the rights and obligations provided for by the controlling

the inspection regulations ^ 45) apply mutatis mutandis. In particular, it must be referred to specialists

given the same access to sites, facilities and means of transport, which

have veterinary inspectors. The information collected referred to experts in the

during checks and conclusions from them must not be used under any circumstances

for personal purposes or divulged to persons who do not belong to the relevant

departments of the Commission or the Member States.



§ 53a



State supervision over the classification of the carcases of animals for slaughter



(1) State supervision over compliance with the obligations laid down by the law on

foodstuffs shall be exercised by the veterinary inspector.



(2) State supervision over the implementation of the classification of carcasses

slaughter animals according to the law on foodstuffs and the person may exercise the

that is not a health inspector (hereinafter referred to as "the Inspector").



(3) inspectors shall apply mutatis mutandis to the rights and obligations of controlling

set out the inspection regulations ^ 46) and section 53 para. 3 (b). and Detailed).

the legislation lays down the model of professional licence Inspector.



(4) an inspector may, with the written mandate of the Central Director

to exercise State supervision over the implementation of the classification of carcases

the bodies of animals for slaughter, even outside the territorial scope of the regional animal health

the Administration, of which he is an inspector. In proceedings on administrative offence detected

during the inspection, during which the Inspector has progressed in the first sentence, shall be decided by

as the authority of first instance regional Veterinary Administration, in whose territorial

the circuit has been checked.



Emergency veterinary measures



§ 54



(1) Emergency veterinary measures are



and veterinary diagnosis and regulation), the vaccination of animals,



(b)) the definition of the outbreak, the protection and surveillance zones, warning

indicate, where appropriate, the guarding of the outbreak,



(c) the quarantine regulation or separate) location (isolation), or

need to slaughter or killing of animals,



d) restriction or prohibition on the movement, sale, trading, free

movement, slaughter and breeding animals, and conduct experiments on animals,



e) restriction or prohibition of grazing, the use of sources of water and feed,



f) restriction or prohibition of holding leads, capture the animals, hunting game and hunting

fish,



g) limit or ban the sale of animals and animal products in markets

and on the markets or the conclusion of the market or the marketplace,



h) suspension of handling of animal products and feed into the

the end of the required examination, regulation of separate storage (storage)

medically harmful or suspect animal products or animal feed,



I) restriction or prohibition of the manufacture, processing, transport and marketing of the

circulation disabled bad or suspect animal products or

feedingstuffs, the specific conditions for their production, processing and

the carriage or the regulation of their destruction,



j) determining the special conditions, including its limitations or

stop,



the prohibition or restriction) laying down special conditions on imports, exports and

Veterinary goods transit



l) Regulation of cleansing, restrictions or prohibitions on the use or destruction of the device

and articles that may be carriers of the disease agents



m) Regulation of the special treatment of manure, slurry, manure and waste water,



n) laying down special conditions for storing, collecting, collection, harmless

disposal and other handling of animal by-products,

where appropriate, the regulation of the collection, removal, disposal and other

processing of animal by-products of and outside the specified geographical perimeter

(and modern transporting area),



about editing and hygiene regulation) sanitation service or

technology and work processes, disinfection, disinfestation and

fumigation,



p) restriction or prohibition of the free movement and access of people and their

the collection, restriction or prohibition of frontier traffic of persons,



r) Regulation of disposal, where appropriate, the reduction of sources of animal diseases

with the natural ohniskovostí.



(2) the competent authority shall order emergency health measures



and) when you suspect or confirm the presence of dangerous diseases

or diseases transmitted from animals to humans, or if there is a risk of

its spread (protective and control measures),



(b)) when it detects non-biocompatibility of animal products,

water or feed, or other cause of a serious health threat

animals or animal products, people (health hygiene

measures),



(c)) where there is a danger of the introduction or spread of pathogens of animals and

diseases transmissible from animals to humans or medically harmful

animal products and animal feed from abroad (veterinary measures

the protection of the national territory).



(3) where justified by the circumstances of a particular case may be ordered

other measures appropriate to the animal health requirements and the knowledge

veterinary science.



(4) the competent authority may order emergency health measures also

When you suspect or confirm the presence of other disease or illness

transmitted from animals to humans, which is not considered dangerous (section

17B).



section 55



As the extraordinary health measures on the occurrence of foot-and-mouth

can be ordered by bond, or part of a village. It is understood her



and the access and closure) of access roads to the village, their measures

Gates and warning sign and their guarding,



(b) prohibition of the transit of municipalities and) determine the detours,



(c) establishment of disinfection on) access and access routes into

the village,



d) prohibition on the movement, sale and provision of economic and interest

animals,



(e)) the prohibition of leaving areas in which are placed the sick and suspected

the animals, and the prohibition of entry into these areas without good reason,



(f) a ban on the gathering of persons)



g) laying down rules for the movement of people in the village,



h) prohibition on entry to the village and ban leaving,



I) laying down special conditions for the supply of the municipality, for exceptional

the entry of means of transport and for the entry of people to the village of urgent

the reasons, as well as the determination of the disinfection measures, which must be

means of transport and persons subjected to before leaving the village,



j) determining the special conditions the operation of waste management.



§ 56



A binding opinion



(1) a binding opinion of the State Veterinary Administration, that is not an administrative

the decision is the basis of building management, for the announcement of the construction, and

for the issue of certificate of occupancy, and must be requested



and a professional ^ 10)), in the case of construction or equipment that are subject to

the State veterinary supervision,



(b)) who will be building or use the device as a shelter for animals,

or to store or incineration of animal carcases in the pet food industry.



(2) the authority competent to decide on the matter according to the specific legal

^ 29) legislation can not decide contrary to this opinion.



(3) the Binding references to buildings or facilities that are subject to the State

veterinary supervision and are in buildings that are important for the defense of the State,

shall be issued by the authorities responsible for Defense Minister.



section 56a



(1) Veterinary certificates shall be produced by the official veterinarian on the basis of

made tours (examination) of animals or animal products. Must

is fill in truthfully and completely; must not certify data of which they personally

satisfied and may not sign a certificate which is not filled in, or

only partly filled. Where certain information to certify on the basis of another

document, you must have it before signing the certificates in their possession.



(2) the animal health certificates or other veterinary document, which was

issued by an official veterinarian and has been with animals or animal

products must be



and) on each side shall be signed by the official veterinarian, which is

exhibits, and stamped,



b) drawn up in the official language of the Member State of destination and of the Member

the State in which the border veterinary inspection, or

accompanied by a certified translation into that language (language)



(c) fitted with its own identification number) and it must consist



1. from a single sheet of paper,



2. two or more pages that are part of a single, comprehensive and

sheet of paper, or



3. from several consecutive pages numbered so as to make it clear

on which side of this is the number of sides (for example. "page 2 of 4

party "). The identification number must be indicated on each side,



d) issued before the animals or animal products leave the site

examinations (examinations), and must be accompanied by the original version of the animals, or

animal products upon their entry into the territory of the Member States.



(3) the official veterinarian issuing a health and signs

the certificate may not have such an interest in the animals or certified

animal products, or on the economy, business, or other

the origin of the equipment, in order to have doubts as to its

disinterestedness.



(4) Modify or otherwise abuse the health certificate is issued

disabled.



§ 57



(1) the veterinary authorities shall cooperate with the competent


animal protection authorities, the protection of public health, the State agricultural and

food inspection and professional supervision of feedingstuffs.



(2) the public authorities, the police authorities of the Czech Republic and municipal

the police cooperate with veterinary authorities in the prevention of

dangerous diseases, preventing their dissemination and their control and in

accordance with its terms are involved in ensuring and monitoring compliance with

emergency veterinary measures.



(3) the authorities of the veterinary service are for the performance of State administration in the field of

veterinary care provided



and from the base) a reference population register,



(b)) the data from the agendového information system of population register,



(c)) the data from the agendového information system for foreigners.



(4) the information Provided under paragraph 3 (b). and) are



and) the name or name, last name,



(b)), the date and place of birth; for the data subject, who was born in a foreign country,

the date, place and the State where he was born,



(c)) date and place of death; in the case of the death of the data subject outside the United

Republic, date of death, place and the State on whose territory the death occurred;

If it is issued the Court's decision on the Declaration of death, the date that is in the

decisions listed as the day of death or the date on which the data subject

declared dead have survived, and the date of acquisition of legal power of this

the decision,



(d) the address of the place of stay)



e) nationality, or more of State citizenship.



(5) the information Provided under paragraph 3 (b). (b)) are



and the name or names), surname, maiden name,



(b)), the date and place of birth,



(c) the social security number),



(d) the address of the place of residence),



e) nationality, or more of State citizenship.



(6) the information Provided under paragraph 3 (b). (c)) are



and the name or names), surname, maiden name,



(b)), the date and place of birth,



c) country of citizenship or more of State citizenship,



(d)) the type and address of the place of stay



(e)) the beginning of the stay, where appropriate, the date of their stay.



(7) the data which are kept as reference data in the principal registry

the population recovered from the agendového information system registration

of the population or agendového information system for foreigners only if they are

in the shape of the previous status quo.



(8) of the provided data that can be used in a particular case only

such data, which are necessary for the performance of the task.



TITLE VII



PROFESSIONAL WORK AND ITS PERFORMANCE



§ 58



Professional veterinary activities



(1) the professional veterinary activities



and veterinary preventive activity)



(b)) the investigation, diagnosis and treatment of the animals and surgical

procedures on animals,



(c) prescribing medicines, veterinary) medicines and veterinary

technical resources, medicines and veterinary products,

the sale and dispensing are bound to a veterinarian's prescription,



d) animals for slaughter and meat inspection and investigation of other

animal products,



e) animal health Diagnostics, including veterinary laboratory

Diagnostics,



f) veterinary remediation activities,



g) for more professional activities for which the corresponding qualification

obtained by studying and practice in the health, or even a different scope.



(2) the professional work they perform



and veterinary authorities), in the case of tasks connected with the exercise of State

Administration,



(b)) the State Veterinary institutes and national reference laboratories and

reference laboratories,



c) natural and legal persons to the extent and under the conditions laid down in this

and special legislation, ^ 29a)



(d)) the competent authorities of the Ministry of defence and the Ministry of the Interior.



(3) the professional work may exercise also



and the high school of veterinary) determines if so their status,



(b) secondary vocational school) scope, if this is part of their

pedagogical activities.



§ 59



The competence of the



(1) Persons competent to exercise the professional veterinary activities

are veterinarians, for which it shall be considered as high school graduates,

who have attained the required training during at least five years of full-time

theoretical and practical instruction in the master's degree programme in

the field of veterinary medicine and hygiene ^ 30), involving a study

objects defined by the implementing regulation, a reasonable

knowledge and skills from the courses listed in the implementing

legal provision, which is based on the professional activity of veterinary

doctors.



(2) veterinary surgeons shall also



and) persons holding a diploma, certificate or other evidence of

achieve the desired education, referred to in the implementing regulation

and issued by the competent authority of another Member State,



(b)) persons holding certificates, by which the competent authority of the

the issuing Member State certifies that a diploma, certificate or other

proof of required education



1. in accordance with the requirements referred to in paragraph 1,



2. was obtained so that the person who is the holder of, engaged in

accordance with the law of the relevant activities for the period and under the conditions laid down

for nationals of the Member States in annex 6,

or



3. was issued after their education that is in accordance with paragraph 1, and

It is considered by the issuing Member State as equivalent documents

referred to in point (a)).



(3) persons who are nationals of another Member State and

fulfil the conditions referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, shall be entitled to use the

they acquired the academic title or Designatory letters, and in a language

the State in which that title has been obtained.



(4) to strengthen the technical competence of official veterinarians

You can use the content of the study, organized by the State Veterinary Administration of the

cooperation with the University with a health curriculum that

occurs in two parts:



and) fundamental (1st grade),



(b)), specialisation (II. degree).



(5) the directors and heads of professional bodies of the State Veterinary

the Administration, as well as State Veterinary institutes, they can exercise only

veterinarians, who have acquired attestation of II. the degree. However, this does not apply

in the case of senior employees in the 1. the degree of control ^ 30a).



(6) the implementing legislation provides for



and that study subjects) must be included in the master's degree

programme in the field of veterinary medicine and hygiene, and fields of study,

of which must be acquired adequate knowledge and skills referred to in

paragraph 1,



(b)), the diplomas, certificates and other evidence of the required education, referred to in

paragraph 2 (a). and)



c) forms, content and organization of the atestačního study of the official health

doctors, method and organization knowledge validation and certification.



(7) if it is not possible to recognize the competence of business

veterinarian in accordance with paragraph 2, or competence for

the performance of the functions of the official veterinarian, shall be done according to the law on

recognition of professional qualifications ^ 31).



§ 59a



the title launched



(1) Persons competent to exercise the professional veterinary activities

scale and in a way corresponding to their professional competence are further

persons who have received



and learning in higher education), master's degree programme in

veterinary medicine or in the field of veterinary hygiene and

Ecology, or studying, which according to a special legal

prescription ^ 31a) considered as equivalent,



(b) studying in higher education) Bachelor's degree program in

the field of veterinary hygiene and ecology, or studying, which according to the

special legal regulation ^ 31a) considered as equivalent,



(c)) the full secondary vocational education or higher professional education in the

the veterinary field,



(d) studying in higher education) degree programme in the area,

that is not listed in subparagraph (a)), or (b)) and that corresponds to the type and

the scope of activities, in particular in the fields of medicine, chemistry or biology,



(e)) the full secondary vocational education or higher professional education in the field,

that is not listed in subparagraph (c)), and that corresponds to the type and extent of

activities,



f) competence for the performance of certain professional veterinary

the activities of the specialized professional preparation



1. an organized State Veterinary Administration, or



2. under special legislation ^ 31b).



(2) persons who have acquired a college education by studying in the Bachelor

study programme in the field of veterinary hygiene and ecology, may

to perform the functions of the official health assistants. Unless otherwise specified in this

the law or the regulations of the European Union, otherwise, the official veterinary assistants

help to the official veterinarian under their guidance and responsibility

in particular, in monitoring compliance with animal health and hygiene conditions

animal husbandry and animal welfare requirements, when you check the marking and

registration of animals and the implementation of the measures set out in the approved

ozdravovacích programmes in monitoring compliance with animal health and

the sanitary conditions and requirements for the handling of animal products,

during the inspection of slaughter animals and meat and in the implementation of the border

veterinary checks.




(3) students of the fourth year of the master's degree and above

programme in the field of veterinary medicine or in the area of animal health

hygiene and ecology are technically eligible for the performance of professional veterinary

the activities carried out within the framework of teaching under the supervision and responsibility of the

veterinarian.



(4) Implementing legislation sets out the Organization, form and scope of the

specialized training for official health assistants.



section 59b



Fitness to practise the profession of veterinary surgeon for persons from third

countries



(1) persons who have acquired competence in third countries, are

to be eligible to exercise the profession of veterinary surgeon, if

a) show that the education received at foreign high



the school is in accordance with the requirements referred to in section 59 paragraph 1. 1 and of this

they will be issued a certificate by the Chamber under a special legal

prescription ^ 32),



(b)) provide proof of certificate of recognition of higher education under the Special

^ law 32a).



(2) a person referred to in paragraph 1, which do not reveal that the education received at the

foreign high school is in accordance with the requirements referred to in section 59 paragraph 1.

1 are eligible to practise the profession of veterinary surgeon on the basis

the successful execution of the differential test ^ 31) of knowledge corresponding to the

requirements referred to in section 59 paragraph 1. 1 (hereinafter referred to as "test").



(3) persons who are applying for the exam, you must provide evidence the certificate

for the recognition of higher education according to a special legal

^ Regulation 32a).



(4) the Examination shall be held prior to the trial, the Chamber shall be established by the Commission as

its advisory body. The members of the examination Board appoints and dismisses the President

On the proposal of the Chamber of the Chamber and veterinary and pharmaceutical

University. Based on tests carried out successfully, the Chamber shall issue

the certificate.



(5) the test can be repeated. The costs associated with making exams

the person referred to in paragraph 3.



(6) on the request of the person referred to in paragraph 3, the Chamber shall refrain from performing

the test, if such a measure is subject to the conditions laid down by law

on the recognition of professional qualifications ^ 31), especially if the person is the holder of

Diploma, certificate or other evidence of the required education. If there was a

from the exam waived, the Commission shall issue a certificate of the fact

within 90 days from the date of submission of the application referred to in the first sentence.



Private veterinarians



section 60



(1) Private veterinarians professionally competent pursuant to § 59 and section 59b

carrying out veterinary therapeutic and preventive activities based on

certificate referred to in the law on Chamber of veterinary surgeons of the Czech

Republic. ^ 32)



(2) when issuing the certificate referred to in paragraph 1 the person professionally

to be eligible under section 59 paragraph 1. 2 may be taken into account on the verified information

of the facts that would be likely to adversely affect the performance of

professional veterinary activities of that person on the territory of the Czech Republic,

provided on a reciprocal basis the Member State from which the person

originates or comes.



§ 61



(1) a private veterinarian is required to



and without delay to the County) to notify the Veterinary Administration of the start and end of the

activities,



(b) inform without delay the regional veterinary) administration of

the occurrence of dangerous diseases, as well as on other relevant facts

the perspective of the veterinary services and the public interest in the performance of its duties,



(c)), when medicines on compliance with withdrawal periods and other

requirements which are laid down in order to avoid undesirable residues

of animal products, or adverse combinations with additional

substances that are contained in animal feed, and to notify the breeder on the

the need for compliance with withdrawal periods for animals that are used for the production of

food,



(d)) lead a proper account of the preventive action taken on the application

and dispensing of medicinal products and of the killing of animals, which are subject to labelling and

register under a special legal regulation ^ 9 d), keep it for a period of

at least 3 years of age and present it on request to the official veterinarian,



e) after its submission shall immediately record in the record keeper

breeder of administration of drugs to animals and the vaccination of animals and completely, correctly and

truthfully fill out the medical certificate.



(2) in the notice of initiation of the activities referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and) must be

listed, in addition to the data provided for the administration of the code of Administration ^ 32b)

academic title, place of veterinary therapeutic and preventive

activities and the telephone number, fax number or e-mail address. To the notification

must be accompanied by the original or a certified copy of the certificate provided for in the law on

Chamber of veterinary surgeons United States ^ 32) and Declaration of consent

with the use of the information provided in the registry and register operations

the information system of the State Veterinary Administration ^ 32 c).



(3) a private veterinarian is obliged to maintain the confidentiality of the

the facts, which they learn about in connection with the performance of professional

veterinary activities, if it has not been absolved. This does not affect

the obligation to notify to the competent authorities certain facts pursuant to this

law and under special legislation. ^ 33)



(4) a private veterinarian is authorized to keep for your records

emergency supply of drugs.



(5) the Examination, health tests and mandatory preventive and diagnostic

within the framework of veterinary checks, checks, health health and inheritance

checks of animal welfare approved for veterinarian performs this

activity. An approved veterinarian progresses in the exercise of this activity

in accordance with the instructions of the regional Veterinary Administration and carries out the activity in the

the scope, procedures and in accordance with the requirements laid down by the Ministry of

According to § 44 para. 1 (b). (d) the veterinarian's Approval) for this

activities of the regional veterinary services may be suspended or

withdrawn, if in its implementation proceeded contrary to the requirements

laid down by this law.



§ 62



(1) a private veterinarian may refuse to provide urgent

professional veterinary help only because of the threat to their health,

which cannot effectively prevent or hinder.



(2) a private veterinarian may withdraw from the contract on the implementation of

professional veterinary Act, if the keeper refused to provide the necessary

synergy. Withdraws a private veterinarian from the Treaty,

provide the animal emergency care, to prevent the suffering of the animal,

damage to his health or other damage, which this care can be

to prevent this.



(3) in the case of urgent action needed in order to prevent, prevent the proliferation of

and control the dangerous disease, or in the interest of ensuring the health

safety of animal products, does not need a private veterinary

physician consent breeders for its implementation.



§ 63



For the content of the request of the private veterinarian about his approval for

the performance of the activities, which require the approval of this Act or the regulations

The European Union, § 61 para. 2 accordingly.



§ 64



Private veterinary technicians



(1) Permission of the veterinary technician to perform some expert

Veterinary operations business generates, by decision of the regional

the veterinary service of the registration of the private veterinary technician.

Permission to private veterinary technician activity also arises

the mere lapse of the time limit and in the manner referred to in section 28 to 30 of the law on freedom of

movement of services. The regional Veterinary Administration decides on the registration, if the

the applicant



and) meets the requirement of professional competence under section 59A(1). 1 (b). (c)),



b) is competent to perform legal acts and upstanding pursuant to § 50 para. 5.



(2) if the applicant is not referred to in paragraph 1 granted identification

number of the person, shall allocate to regional Veterinary Administration identification number

simultaneous with the release of the marketing authorisation referred to in paragraph 1;

the identification number of the person shall provide the registry administrator people ^ 39).



(3) the privacy of veterinary technicians may perform only such separately

professional veterinary acts that correspond to their formal training

eligibility.



(4) otherwise apply to the rights and obligations of private veterinary

technicians reasonably § 61, § 62 para. 1 and 2.



(5) the regional Veterinary Administration may cancel the registration if

private veterinary technician violates the obligations or conditions

arising out of this Act and of the marketing authorisation.



(6) the implementing legislation provides for



and marketing authorisation application) the details referred to in paragraph 1,



(b) the performance of professional veterinary) for details of operations by private

veterinary technology.



§ 64a



The competence for marking livestock



(1) the labelling of animal known as plemenářského law ^ 8) is

a veterinarian or authorized to carry out the private veterinary technician.



(2) the marking of animals known as plemenářského law ^ 8),

including labelling or hot-branded electronic injection

the identifier is further authorized to make the person who has acquired the Central

degree or higher professional education or higher education in the

one of the agricultural sector or in the field with a focus on agriculture,

veterinary and animal health the prevention and from the


specialized professional training with a focus on animal identification

hot-branded, or injection of an electronic identifier passed

final exam and a certificate of eligibility to this

activity.



(3) the marking of animals known as plemenářského law ^ 8), with the

the exception of labelling or hot-branded electronic injection

the identifier is also entitled to make a breeder farm

animals.



(4) Specialized professional training with a focus on animal identification

hot-branded, or injection of an electronic identifier shall organise

high school with a veterinary degree program, issued to persons,

who have undergone this specialist training, a certificate of training

eligibility for marking animals hot-branded or injection

the electronic identifier and maintain a list of such persons.



(5) the implementing legislation lays down the content, scope and organization of the

specialized training focusing on labelling referred to

animals in accordance with the law plemenářského ^ 8) hot-branded or injection

the electronic identifier, method and organization authentication acquired

knowledge, certification and maintenance of a list of persons that

specialized professional training undergone.



TITLE VIII



VETERINARY PREPARATIONS AND VETERINARY TECHNICAL RESOURCES



§ 65



(1) in addition to the scope of the Institute provided for by specific legislation ^ 5)



and) decide, on application by a person established in a Member

States or in one of the parties to the agreement on the European

economic area, for the purpose of putting it into circulation in the United

Republic intends to produce, distribute, from another Member State, or

imported from a third country, veterinary product for approval of veterinary

product and decides on the approval of the changes against the documentation

submitted in the framework of the approval procedure, suspension

decision on the approval of the veterinary medicinal product and the withdrawal of approval

the veterinary medicinal product. To suspend the decision of approval

the veterinary medicinal product or cancel its approval may, if it is established,

veterinary medicine is ineffective is not safe or does not match the

documentation to be submitted in the context of the approval procedure and subsequent amendments,

or if he violates the holder of the approval of the veterinary medicinal product

seriously or repeatedly the obligations established by this Act.

Are not subject to approval, only veterinary medicinal products intended only for export,



(b)), and update the list of authorized veterinary medicinal products,



(c)) at the request of the manufacturer certifies that this producer

in the manufacture of veterinary products complies with the requirements of good manufacturing

practice,



(d)) shall exercise the State veterinary supervision of putting into circulation and use of the

veterinary medicines, monitor compliance with the obligations laid down

This Act, the quality, safety and efficacy of veterinary medicinal products,



e) veterinary products samples taken for laboratory examination,

certifies the quality of veterinary medicinal products, and compliance with the requirements of the

good manufacturing practice,



f) decide on the further use of the veterinary medicinal product in the case of

the findings of its side effects, particularly on the withdrawal of the veterinary

the product from circulation, its destruction, to suspend the application of

the veterinary medicinal product and its marketing and on its entry into

circulation only after the prior consent of the Institute,



g) at the request of the central veterinary administration carries out reviews

specific efficacy of biocidal products against established designers

diseases,



h) assessed in disputed cases, whether it is a veterinary product or

about another product.



(2) the Institute on



and desirability) veterinary technical means and their

safety for animals, monitors their performance and capacity

to achieve the purpose for which they are intended. Leads and updates the list of

Veterinary technical resources



(b)) state veterinary supervision over the usage of veterinary

technical means and monitor compliance with the obligations laid down

This law,



(c)) on the basis of the results of investigation of adverse events related to the

of veterinary technical resources and other knowledge about the

the fact that the veterinary technical means is not suitable for animal health

use, shall decide on the responsibilities



1. to take measures to reduce the adverse effect of the veterinary

technical means, in particular, to suspend its putting into circulation,

to withdraw it from circulation, to terminate its putting into circulation, suspend or

stop using it,



2. remove the defects within a specified period.



(3) the Institute shall examine the completeness of the applications submitted for the approval of the veterinary

the product within 30 days of its delivery. If it finds

incomplete in writing ask the applicant to it within a specified period.

If the request is not within that time made, it can stop the proceedings. The time limit

intended for the completion of the application for approval of a veterinary medicinal product is

not included in the period of 30 days to assess the completeness of the application. On the application for

the approval of the veterinary medicinal product, the Institute shall decide not later than 90 days

the date on which the application is deemed to be complete. If the Department requests and

shall decide on the approval of the veterinary medicinal product, apply this decision after

for 5 years from the date of the decision. The validity of the decision

can be repeatedly extended for another 5 years on the basis of the notifications

the holder of the decision, that it intends to continue to veterinary medicine

produce, distribute, from another Member State or be imported from a third

the land for the purpose of putting into circulation in the Czech Republic; the notification must

be submitted no later than 30 days before its expiration date issued

decision.



(4) in the case of a veterinary medicinal product which has been produced or put into

circulation in the Member State which has its origin in one of the States that

is a Contracting State to the agreement on the European economic area,

the Institute shall be submitted in the request referred to in paragraph 3, only the administrative

the particulars and documents provided for in the implementing legislation. These

the particulars and documents, in particular, showing the conditions under which he was

the country's veterinary product produced or put into circulation

and the period of 90 days shall be reduced to 30 days if



and veterinary medicine) corresponds to the legal regulations, which are for

its production or putting into circulation in that State binding, and

the manufacturing procedures and rules of good manufacturing practice, which are in

the State used and for which there is a sufficiently detailed

documentation, based on which it is possible to carry out additional investigations,



(b)), regulations, procedures and rules referred to under (a)) guarantee

a degree of protection of the legitimate interest that corresponds to the degree of such

protection in the Czech Republic.



(5) the Institute



and in the Gazette) publishes the Ministry of agriculture and in the journal of the Institute of

for State control of veterinary Biologicals and medicaments



1. approval of veterinary medicines and their entry on the list

approved veterinary medicines, including changes, as well as the suspension of the

the validity of the decision on the approval of the veterinary medicinal product, and repealing

its approval,



2. write the veterinary technical resource to the list of technical

resources for veterinary use and cases of adverse events

relating to the use of veterinary technical resources.

Documentation on incidents and their investigation, shall keep for a period of

15 years,



b) stores within their scope of penalties for non-compliance with or breach of

the obligations, requirements or conditions set out in this law.



§ 66



(1) put into circulation and use in the provision of health care is

only possible



a) veterinary medicinal products that have been approved and entered into the List

approved veterinary medicines and have not exceeded the time

their applicability,



(b)) the veterinary technical resources, for which the time is not exceeded

their applicability.



(2) for the scientific, research, teaching and control purposes can also be used

veterinary medicinal products that have not been approved.



(3) in the provision of health care or veterinary

products that are approved in accordance with European Union legislation ^ 34), and

medical devices which are suitable for use within the

veterinary care ^ 34a).



(4) the veterinarian may in the case of threat to life or health

animal use in the provision of health care and such veterinary

technical resource that does not meet the requirements laid down under the

provided that the



and in detail) is with the health of the animal, which was

set accurate diagnosis of his disease. This does not apply only to

Veterinary technical resources that are designed to establish or

confirmation of diagnosis,



(b)) it is not possible to use a different veterinary technical resource that

corresponds to the requirements laid down,



(c)) on the application of the Veterinary Institute became aware of the technical resource that

does not meet the requirements laid down,




(d) met with the breeders) in writing the possible risks of using veterinary

technical resource that does not meet the specified requirements, and breeder

gave voluntary written consent to it.



§ 66a



(1) the decision on approval of the Holders of the veterinary medicinal product is

required to



and) to ensure that the properties of the approved veterinary medicinal product

match the documentation presented in the approval procedure in order to

veterinary medicine were attached instructions for the handling and

ask the Institute for approval of any changes to the content of the data and documentation over

her condition at the time of issue of the decision of approval or approval

the most recent changes, and that before making such changes,



(b) to record and evaluate cases) to report adverse reactions

the authorised veterinary medicinal product, to keep and maintain records about them and

Once a year, is to provide the Institute,



c) in the event of adverse reaction of the approved veterinarian.

of or deficiencies in its make available quality measures to remedy the

and limitations of the adverse effect of the authorised veterinary medicinal product

including its possible withdrawal from circulation, to report within 15 days from the date of

Learn about this Institute the occurrence of serious adverse reaction

the authorised veterinary medicinal product and inform it of

measures,



d) in the event of adverse reaction of the approved veterinarian.

or deficiencies in its product quality to ensure its own cost

examination, or the clinical trial,



(e) introduce the necessary changes), which allow the production, quality control and

the use of the authorised veterinary medicinal product in accordance with the available

scientific knowledge,



(f) the Institute upon request) to provide samples of approved veterinary

of the product and information about the volume of his sales.



(2) the persons that manufacture animal health products are required to



and) produce and control of veterinary medicinal products in a way that will ensure

These products are manufactured and put into circulation in the quality

appropriate to their intended use and in accordance with the particulars and documents

presented by the Institute in the context of the approval of the veterinary medicinal product

or a change in the documentation of the approved veterinary medicinal product, and

to comply with good manufacturing practice,



(b)) to the achievement of the objectives referred to under (a)) of the corresponding system

quality assurance, or hazard analysis and critical

control points (HACCP),



(c)) to take into account in the production of veterinary preparations, the scientific and technical

development,



(d)) are not at the same time the holder of the decision on the approval of the veterinary

of this, inform the holder about all relevant matters

that may have an impact on the quality of the veterinary medicinal product and the responsibility of the

the holder provided for by this Act, and to provide assistance in the

the performance of its obligations under paragraph 1.



(3) persons, which State-approved veterinary products into circulation,

or otherwise treat with them, are required to



and follow the directions to treatment) with the veterinary medicinal product, as referred to

its packaging and the package leaflet,



(b)) be limited to the lowest possible level of adverse impact

the health of humans, animals and the environment,



(c)) report within 15 days from the date on which they were anxious about it, the Institute and the holder of the

decision on the approval of the health of the occurrence of the unwanted

the effect of an approved veterinary medicinal product.



(4) Implementing law provides



and the requirements for an application for approval of) the veterinary medicinal product and the

approval of the amendments to the decision on approval of the veterinary medicinal product,



(b) the requirements for an application) the suspension or cancellation of the

the approval of the veterinary medicinal product,



(c)) the quality requirements of veterinary medicines, as well as substances that

veterinary products must not contain



(d)) details on good manufacturing practice,



(e)) how to report adverse reactions to veterinary medicinal products,



(f) subject to the approval of the changes) to enumerate the resolution changes

of an administrative nature and changes requiring professional evaluation.



§ 66b



(1) the information on the packaging of the veterinary medicinal product must be indicated legibly and

in a meaningful way and in the language of the country in which the veterinary

product is placed into circulation.



(2) if the Institute proceedings for approval of veterinary medicinal product, or

approval of changes to the documentation of the approved veterinary medicinal product,

the proposed designation of the veterinary medicinal product may lead to its

improper use which could result in a danger to

human or animal health or to the environment, within the

of the decision to also provide for the manner in which the mark must be,

or its part, altered, or supplemented.



section 66 c



(1) producers and importers, where applicable, other persons, which State health

technical means into circulation, are required to communicate to the Institute



and) name, surname, residence and identification number of the person, if it is a

a natural person, or the business name, registered office and identification number

the person, in the case of a legal person, number, phone, fax, or

e-mail address,



(b) the start date of the activity) and the place of performance,



(c) information about the permissions) based on which the business is carried on.



(2) manufacturers and importers, who place in the Czech Republic for the first time into circulation

Veterinary technical means shall be required, before it is placed into the

circulation to notify the Institute basic data about this resource. If, on the

by assessing the qualities of this resource Institute finds that it is not

suitable for veterinary use



and) shall inform the manufacturer or the importer,



(b))



1. to end the marketing of that product into circulation, or its

withdrawal from circulation, or



2. the suspension of the marketing of that product into circulation until removal

deficiencies. In this case, it may be the veterinary technical means

again put into circulation only by written consent of the Institute.



(3) the veterinary technical means Resellers are required to



and only those veterinary) selling technical resources

meet the specified requirements, and comply with the conditions for their sale

specified by the manufacturer,



(b)) to ensure that these resources will be provided with instructions, where appropriate, the

further instructions necessary for safe installation, use and maintenance,

including possible disinfection and sterilization, and that these manuals and instructions in

Czech language will be provided to the persons who will

to use,



(c)) and for 5 years to keep documentation on orders, purchase and

the sale of the veterinary technical resources.



(4) persons who used veterinary technical means, and persons

carrying out maintenance and service, are obliged in the case that

confronted with adverse event related to this resource, or the

It learns



and this fact in writing) to notify the Institute. This does not apply if the Department of

on the occurrence of adverse events demonstrably already informed otherwise,



(b) to take without delay the measures imposed).



(5) Implementing law provides



and contains the basic data) that notification of the veterinary technical

the resource specified in the Czech Republic for the first time on the market,



(b)) how and in what time-limits shall be notified to the occurrence of the adverse

events relating to the veterinary technical means used.



TITLE IX OF THE



REIMBURSEMENT OF COSTS AND LOSSES INCURRED IN CONNECTION WITH DANGEROUS DISEASES



§ 67



(1) the Keeper shall pay the costs and losses incurred in the

due to the implementation of the emergency veterinary measures ordered to

control of some of the dangerous diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to

the man, referred to in annex 2 to this Act, and to protect against

their proliferation, or finding the causative agent of the disease or illness, and it

provided that this shall immediately applied measures shall include at least

the isolation of the animals on the holding and the ban on their movement from the time

the emergence of the suspected occurrence of the disease and after confirmation of its occurrence.



(2) the compensation referred to in paragraph 1 includes compensation for

and the costs of culling or) the slaughter of sick



and suspicious animals of susceptible species and destruction of their

carcasses; in justified cases, they also provide a substitute for harmless

the removal of their products,



(b)) or spent the slaughtered animal,



(c)) the cleansing, disinfection, disinfestation, and meanwhile, the economy and its

equipment (equipment)



d) mandated vaccinations,



e) compliance with measures in the protection and surveillance zones, other

the restricted zones,



(f) compliance with the measures laid down in) viewing time before terminating the

emergency veterinary measures and zástavem animals

economy.



(3) in the case of infection or disease transmissible from animals to humans, which

are listed in the regulations of the European Union on expenditure in

the veterinary field ^ 34b), the replacement of



and) for the destruction of contaminated feedingstuffs and contaminated equipment

the economy, which cannot be disinfected in accordance with paragraph 2

(a). (c)),



(b)) for proven losses caused by failure of the production economic


the animal at the time of execution ordered by the emergency veterinary measures

and in connection with them.



(4) in the case of a dangerous disease of bees, also provides compensation for

beekeeping equipment, AIDS, hives and their equipment destroyed or

deactivated based on ordered emergency veterinary measures.



(5) the refund referred to in paragraph 1 shall not be granted if the breeder has not

the obligation to inform the regional Veterinary Administration about suspected presence of

dangerous diseases, or diseases transmitted from animals to humans, other

a major obligation imposed on him by this Act to the prevention,

preventing the spread and control of dangerous infections or diseases communicable

from animals to humans, or mandated to safeguard and control measures.



(6) the Compensation referred to in paragraph 1 shall be reduced by 10%, if



and breeder nezabezpečil transposition laid down) examination, health

of tests and the compulsory preventive and diagnostic operations within the

veterinary checks on health, control of health and control of inheritance

animal welfare, or



b) breeder breeder not fulfilled obligations relating to the labelling and

registration of animals according to plemenářského law ^ 9 d).



§ 68



(1) compensation under section 67 shall be granted in the amount of proven effectively

costs incurred and losses caused.



(2) if it is a replacement for the spent or slaughtered animal, in

the amount of the usual price of a healthy animal of the same species and category in and

the time of the damage, reduced



and) about what was provided for breeders zužitkovatelné parts of the body

animal and zužitkovatelné products



(b)) about 20% of the usual price of the animal, if the animal was euthanized or slaughtered in

as a result of dangerous diseases, if the breeder has not used the possibilities

preventive vaccination, for which a vaccine was approved.



§ 69



(1) persons who ordered the protective and control measures could not

temporarily carry out their usual work or other gainful activity

or it could carry out only to a limited extent, belongs to a substitute for loss of

earnings, if this remedy is not for them from the employer, or

compensation for loss of profit.



(2) persons who have been forced to stay out of that referred to in paragraph

1 outside their place of residence, shall refund the additional cost of temporary

accommodation and catering under special legislation. ^ 35)



(3) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to persons who have been

refund shall be granted under section 67.



section 70



(1) unless otherwise provided in the regulations of the European Union provides the refund

pursuant to section 67 of the State budget, on the basis of the request

the breeder or person referred to in section 69. This request may be made

First, on the first day following the date of culling or slaughter of the animals, and

where there is no culling or slaughter of animals, first day

the following after their ordered protective and control measures, and

within 6 weeks from the date of culling or slaughter of the animals, and

where there is no culling or slaughter of animals, not later than 6 weeks from

the date of completion of the mandated conservation and control measures. If this is

about compensation in case of dangerous diseases of bees, the request may be filed

First, on the first day following the day the killing bees or beehives, and

where there is no killing bees or beehives, the earliest the first day of

following the notification or publication ordered protective and

the disease control measures, and at the latest within 12 weeks from the date of the killing bees

or hives, and where there is no killing bees or beehives, the latest

to 12 weeks from the date of completion of each local ordered the conservation and

measures. To assess whether the conditions for the grant of a refund

and to what extent, will require the opinion of the regional veterinary department

Administration. If the request is not filed in due time, entitlement to the refund shall be lost.



(2) the keeper of a refund may be adequate, according to § 67

backup.



(3) Implementing legislation



and detail) provides for the application of the refund in accordance with § 67 and

requirements for an application is granted, the



(b)) may set on the occurrence of which, in particular, exotic diseases,

where appropriate, the disease transmissible from animals to man the refund

and to what extent.



TITLE X



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFENCES



§ 71



Misdemeanors



(1) a natural person has committed the offence by



and fails to comply with or breach of an obligation) the breeder provided for in § 4, § 5 para.

1 (b). a) to (d)), section 5a paragraph 2. 1, § 6 (1). 1 to 4 and 7, section 7 or section 9

paragraph. 2 and 3,



(b) fails to comply with or breach of an obligation) or security requirements

Health marking of animal products laid down in § 20 para. 4, §

21, art. 1 to 4, 7, 9, 11 and 14, § 25 para. 1, § 27a para. 1, 3 and 4, or

§ 27b para. 1 to 8,



(c) fails to comply with or violate) obligation to protect against diseases and

diseases transmissible from animals to humans in section 11 (1) 1 and 3, § 12 para.

1, § 14 para. 1 or § 16 para. 2, or the obligation of farmers laid down

in § 5 para. 1 (b). e) to (h)) or § 17a. 4,



(d) fails to comply with or violate) the obligation laid down in § 13 para. 4, fails to comply with

or violates any of the measures provided for in § 53 para. 1, or violates the prohibition in §

56A para. 4,



e) fails to comply with or breach of an obligation or security requirements

Health marking of animal products laid down in § 19 para. 1 to

5 or § 20 para. 1 to 3,



(f) fails to comply with or violate veterinary) terms of trade in animals and

animal products or animal health conditions for imports and transit

Veterinary goods from third countries and its exports to these countries,

laid down in § 28 para. 1 to 4, § 29 para. 2, § 30 paragraph 2. 3, § 32 para.

1, 4 and 7, § 34 paragraph 1. 2, § 36 odst. 4, section 38b para. 1 or section 38 c of paragraph 1. 1

up to 4,



g) fails to comply with or breach of an obligation or requirement imposed by a regulation

The European Union on the import of a consignment of products of animal origin for personal

to the Community consumption ^ 21) or the EU regulation on the

animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movement of pet animals

breeding ^ 48),



(h) violates or fails to comply with) the obligation laid down in § 40 paragraph 2. 1 and section 40 para.

3 and 4 or § 42 para. 3 (b). and)



I) exercises an activity which is subject to authorisation of the Veterinary Administration,

the approval of that body, or registration with that authority, without this

authorisation, the approval or the registration, activity without

the notification or verification of professional competence under the Special

^ 31) law or activity to which it does not appear

eligible,



j) fails to comply with or breach of an obligation or the requirements of the regulations

The European Union in the field of health care, or fails to comply with binding instructions

authority of the veterinary service, or



to fail to comply with or breach of an obligation) resulting for her from exceptional

animal health measures.



(2) a fine may be imposed for the offense to



a) 5 000 CZK in block management,



b) $ 10,000, in the case of an offense referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and) and (b)),



(c)) $ 2,000, in the case of an offense referred to in paragraph 1 (b). c) to (j)),



(d)) of $ 50,000, in the case of an offense referred to in paragraph 1 (b). k).



§ 72



Administrative offences of legal persons and natural persons-entrepreneurs



(1) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is committed by the administrative

tort by



and fails to comply with or breach of an obligation) the breeder provided for in § 4, § 5 para.

1 (b). a) to (d)) and § 5 para. 2 and 3, section 5a paragraph 2. 1 or § 6 para. 1 to 4

and 7,



(b) fails to comply with or breach of an obligation) or the requirements for the transport of

and care of the animals during transport in section 7 or section 8 paragraph 1. 1, 3 and 4,



c) fails to comply with or breach of an obligation of the promoter Assembly provided for in §

9. 2 and 3, the obligation of the operator to the circus or other public

animal acts provided for in § 9 para. 4 the obligation of the operator

Assembly Centre provided for in § 9a paragraph. 1 and 2 or the obligation to

the trader provided for in § 9b paragraph 1. 1,



d) fails to comply with or breach of an obligation or security requirements

Health marking of animal products laid down in § 20 para. 4, §

21, art. 2, 3 and 11, § 22 para. 1 (b). (d)), § 24 para. 1, § 25 para. 1

up to 4, section 26, section 27 para. 1, § 27a para. 1, 3 and 4 or § 27b para. 1 to 4,

6 and 7,



(e) fails to comply with or violate) obligation to protect against diseases and

diseases transmissible from animals to humans in section 11 (1) 1 and 3, § 12 para.

1, section 14 or section 16 para. 2, or the obligation of the breeder provided for in section 5 of the

paragraph. 1 (b). e) to (h)) or § 17a. 4,



f) fails to comply with or breach of an obligation or security requirements

Health marking of animal products laid down in § 18 para. 1, 2

and 4, § 21, art. 14, § 22 para. 1 (b). a) to (c)) and e) to (j)) or section 23

paragraph. 1 to 3,



g) fails to comply with or violates the obligation provided for in § 39 para. 3 and 4, § 39a

paragraph. 2 and 3, § 40, § 41 para. 1 to 4 or § 42 para. 3 (b). and)



(h) violates or fails to comply with) the obligation laid down in § 13 para. 4, fails to comply with

or violates any of the measures provided for in § 53 para. 1, or violates the prohibition in §

56A para. 4,



I) fails to comply with or breach of an obligation or security requirements

Health marking of animal products laid down in § 19 para. 1 to

5, section 20 (2). 1 to 3 or § 21 para. 1, 4, 7 and 9,



j) fails to comply with or violate the health conditions of trading in animals and

animal products or animal health conditions for imports and transit


Veterinary goods from third countries and its exports to these countries,

laid down in § 28 para. 1 to 4, § 29 para. 2, § 30 paragraph 2. 3, § 32 para.

1, 4 and 7, § 34 paragraph 1. 2, § 36 odst. 4, § 37 para. 3, section 38b para. 1 or

section 38 c of paragraph 1. 1 to 4,



k) fails to comply with or breach of an obligation or requirement imposed by a regulation

The European Union on the import of a consignment of products of animal origin for personal

to the Community consumption ^ 21) or the EU regulation on the

animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movement of pet animals

breeding ^ 48),



l) exercises an activity which is subject to authorisation of the Veterinary Administration,

the approval of that body, or registration with that authority, without this

authorisation, the approval or the registration, activity without

the notification or verification of professional competence under the Special

^ 31) law or activity to which it does not appear

eligible,



m) fails to comply with or breach of an obligation or the requirements of the regulations

The European Union in the field of health care, or fails to comply with binding instructions

authority of the Veterinary Administration,



n) fails to comply with or breach of an obligation arising for it from the emergency

animal health measures



o) fails to comply with or violates the obligation provided for in § 66a paragraph. 3 or section 66 c

paragraph. 4,



p) fails to comply with or violates the obligation provided for in § 66 para. 4, §66A.

1 and 2, section 66b para. 1 or § 66 c para. 1 to 3, or



q) violates or fails to comply with the obligation laid down in section 66 paragraph 1. 1.



(2) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is also committed by the administrative

tort by



and) as a private veterinarian who fails to comply with or breach of an obligation

provided for in section 4A(1). 4, § 6 (1). 7, § 12 para. 2, § 17a. 6, §

paragraph 61. 1, 3 and 5 or § 62 para. 2,



(b)) as a private veterinary technician fails to comply with or breach of an obligation

provided for in § 64 para. 3 and 4, or



(c)), as a manufacturer or distributor fails to comply with passports passports or breach

the obligation laid down in section 4b of paragraph 1. 2 or 3.



(3) an administrative offense shall be fined in the



and 300 000 CZK), in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). a) to (d))

and o),



b) 500 000 CZK in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). e) to (g))

and p),



(c) $ 1 0000 0000), in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (h)) to

m) and (q)),



(d)) $ 2 0000 0000 in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). n),



(e)) $ 50,000, in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 2 (a). a) to (c)).



§ 72a



cancelled



Common provisions on administrative offences



section 73



(1) a legal person for an administrative offence is not liable if he proves that

made every effort, that it was possible to require that the infringement of the

a legal obligation is prevented.



(2) in determining the amount of the fine to take account of the seriousness of the administrative

offense, in particular, to the manner of its perpetration, duration and its consequences

and the circumstances under which it was committed.



(3) the liability of a legal person for an administrative offense shall cease, if the

the administrative authority has commenced proceedings about him within 2 years from the date on which it

learned, but not later than within 3 years from the date on which it was committed.



(4) The liability for the acts, which took place in the business

person ^ 10) or in direct connection with the applicable provisions of the Act

on the liability of legal persons and sanctions.



§ 74



the title launched



(1) administrative offences under this law in the first instance hearing

the regional Veterinary Administration, to commit the administrative circuit

offence took place, with the exception of administrative offences pursuant to § 72 para. 1 (b). n)

up to p), which dealt with at first instance by the Institute. Offences under section 71

paragraph. 1 (b). (g)) and the administrative offences pursuant to § 72 para. 1 (b). k)

discusses the Customs Office. Violations can be discussed in block management.



(2) the penalty is due within 30 days from the date when the decision on its imposition

came into legal force.



(3) the authority which levied the fine it imposed. Income is income from fines

the State budget.



TITLE XI



PROVISIONS COMMON, TRANSITIONAL AND FINAL



§ 75



(1) compensation for costs and losses incurred by the fulfilment of the obligations under this

the law, in particular the implementation of the imposed emergency veterinary

the measures, the State provides only under conditions and to the extent provided for in this

by law.



(2) If, in the performance of the State veterinary supervision found non-compliance with

or violation of obligations established by this Act, special legal

^ 25 h) regulations or the regulations of the European Union, the State Veterinary

Save management, for which the non-compliance with or breach of the obligation occurred,

full or partial reimbursement of the costs incurred by that authority.



(3) the costs associated with the performance of inspection of slaughter animals and meat and with

Veterinary examination and assessment of the animal products is obliged to

pay the operator of an undertaking, business, or other device in which the

These control activities are carried out, and in the amount of the minimum rates

under the regulations of the European Union governing official controls ^ 35a);

for the purposes of the payment of the amount of costs shall be converted into the Czech currency by

reference exchange rate of the European Central Bank published

By the Commission in the official journal for the relevant period. In the case of tours

bovine animals, which must be in accordance with European Union regulations governing

rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible

spongiform encephalopathies ^ 7 c) examined the bovine spongiform

encephalopathy, the refund amount shall be increased by the amount specified by the implementing

legal regulation. Detailed legal regulation also lays down the conditions

investigations, including the age limit of cattle, which must be on the bovine

spongiform encephalopathy has been examined.



(4) if the State Veterinary Administration, that within a specified period not

to correct the deficiencies identified during the routine inspection, the breeder or

the operator of an undertaking, business, or other device in which the

control activities are carried out, shall be obliged to replace the additional costs

checks. The refund of the costs referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3 and the reimbursement of costs for

an additional check by European Union legislation governing official

control ^ 35b) decides the State Veterinary Administration. This compensation is

State budget revenue, it selects the State Veterinary Administration.

The implementing legislation sets out the amount of the lump-sum cost of the additional

checks.



(5) the costs associated with the implementation of the border veterinary control is

obliged to pay the importer or his representative, in the amount of the flat-rate

the amount that corresponds to the actual cost incurred by the implementation of the

border veterinary checks in the previous 2 years. For refund

the costs associated with the implementation of the border veterinary checks shall decide

the regional Veterinary Administration. The replacement is State budget revenue,

It selects the regional animal health management, which it imposed. Detailed

legislation sets out the amount of the lump-sum costs associated with

the implementation of the border veterinary inspection for a period of 2 years.



§ 76



(1) On the procedures under the Act covered by the administrative code ^ 36), if it is not

unless otherwise provided by this Act. The opinion of applied to spatial planning

the documentation is not an administrative decision. Views and opinions issued by the

under this act as a basis for a decision pursuant to the Special

law or territorial approval or notification of construction are

a binding opinion under the administrative code ^ 36a) and are not separate

a decision in the administrative proceedings.



(2) an appeal against a decision of the regional Veterinary Administration pursuant to § 30

paragraph. 2, § 35 para. 1 (b). (b)), § 36 odst. 3, § 42 para. 3 (b). (b)) and §

paragraph 49. 1 (b). (d)) does not have suspensory effect. This decision is

enforceable on the day of the announcement. The decision about changing and termination

emergency veterinary measures pursuant to § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) may be

the first act in the proceedings, unless this cannot be caused by injury to one of the

Parties to the proceedings.



(3) the law on emergency State Veterinary Administration

veterinary measures are referred to the name of the State Veterinary regulation

Administration and



and if a) jurisdiction of the county or any part thereof, in excess of the territorial

the circuit of the village, so that it be posted on the notice board of the regional

the Office and all the municipalities whose territory is concerned, for a period of at least 15

days. The State Veterinary Administration Regulation shall come into force and effect

on the date of its publication; for the day of its publication is considered to be the day of his

posting on the official Board of the regional office. Regulation of the State Veterinary

management must be accessible to everyone in the regional Veterinary Administration,

the regional office and all municipalities whose territory is concerned. This is true

also, mutatis mutandis, for their extraordinary ordered veterinary

measures pursuant to § 17 para. 1, or for the amendment or termination

some of them even before they are completed according to § 17 para. 1,



(b)) to the national nature or relating to territorial districts more counties

kicking off the official boards, ministries and regional authorities, whose

territory is concerned, for a period of at least 15 days and shall be published without delay on

the website of the State Veterinary Administration. If the regulation

The State Veterinary Administration imposed the obligation to others than the


There are breeders of livestock, the State regulation

Veterinary Administration also on a national radio or tv

the broadcast. Regulation of the State Veterinary Administration shall take effect and

effect on the date of its publication; per day shall be the date of its publication in

his posting on the official Board of the Ministry. This applies also, mutatis mutandis, to

their ordered emergency veterinary measures under § 17 para.

1, or for the amendment or termination of some of them before they

the termination pursuant to § 17 para. 1. The operator of a radio or

broadcasters shall allow the representatives of the State free of charge

the veterinary service of the opening of the measures, their modification or

termination as soon as he was asked to do so.



(4) the Administrative Procedure Act does not apply in proceedings



and of the measures referred to in section) of the investigation. 3 and under § 53 para. 1, which

the veterinary inspector shall notify the controlled or required orally to the person

under the inspection procedure; of its findings and ordered measures

record, a copy of which passes a controlled or mandatory.

Controlled person may submit objections against this measure, and that the

the record on this measure, or in writing at the latest within 3 days from the date of

transmission of the record. Lodged objections do not have suspensory effect. The examination of the

objections can completely meet the regional Veterinary Administration; If it fails,

submit the objection without delay to the Central Veterinary Administration, whose

the decision is final, and delivers the controlled person,



(b)) to end the measures pursuant to § 13 para. 5 and under § 53 para. 2; about

termination of these measures shall be drawn up by the regional Veterinary Administration registration

delivers a copy of the controlled person.



section 76a



Unless otherwise provided in this Act,



and) is governed by the recognition of professional competence of the person who is entitled to

such recognition may request and intends to exercise within the territory of the Czech Republic

controlled activity referred to in this law, the law on the recognition of professional

qualification ^ 31),

(b)), the person who is a national of another



the Member State is established and shall be exercised in accordance with its national

regulations of the controlled activity referred to in this Act, to carry out this

activity temporarily or occasionally in the territory of the Czech Republic

the basis of the verification of the documents about her professional competence and written

notification in accordance with the law on the recognition of professional qualifications ^ 31); for this

a person applies, mutatis mutandis, the rights and obligations of the holder of a permit or certificate

under this Act,



(c)) is a trained person, who has obtained a qualification in another Member

State in accordance with the regulations of the European Union and may this qualification

to demonstrate, in a position to carry out the activity on the territory of the Czech Republic in

the scope of these regulations.



§ 77



(1) the proceedings initiated before the date of entry into force of this Act shall be

complete according to the rules active at the time of its launch.



(2) the authorisation for the performance of professional veterinary activities issued pursuant to

the provisions shall be deemed to permit or the registration referred to in

of this Act. If, however, does not permit to operate a rendering

business conditions of this law is the one to whom the authorisation, shall be obliged to

requested within a period of 6 months from the date of entry into force of the law of the State

the Veterinary Administration to decide on the entry permit in compliance with this

by law. If he fails to do so and unless the State Veterinary Administration of the

its own initiative, the previously issued permit expires.



(3) Implementing legislation shall, in accordance with the results of the negotiations

institutions of the European Union and the authorities of the Czech Republic



and) which will be applied during the transitional period

animal health requirements for their operation by way of derogation from the requirements of

laid down in the implementing legislation,



b) divergent animal health requirements for the operation of individual enterprises

referred to under (a)), and the duration of the transitional period.



§ 77a



A binding opinion of the Veterinary Administration, issued as the basis in

construction management, for the announcement of the construction, and for the release of the final building approval

consent, which refers to the buildings and equipment that are destined for breeding

animals to the treatment of animal products and feed or to store,

collection, removal, disposal, and further processing of

animal products, if these activities are carried out

the business way, as well as the buildings that will be used as

shelter for animals pursuant to § 56, shall be issued under this Act, if

their release is replaced by the procedure in proceedings for the issue of an integrated

authorisation in accordance with the law on integrated pollution prevention and control,

integrated pollution registry and on amendments to certain acts (the Act on

integrated prevention). The other provisions of this Act are not

without prejudice to the.



section 77b



The scope of the set by the municipality under this Act are transferred

the scope of the, with the exception of § 46 (a). (c)).



§ 77c



(1) where in the rules of the European Union is talking about



and, the relevant competent authority) to the central authority or competent

the authority shall mean for the purposes of this Act, the Central Office for the

the scope of the performance belongs to permission to do or perform

the relevant measure, or any authority to which it was the performance of the relevant

permissions or implementation of the measures carried over,



(b)) the competent authority or Veterinary Office, this means

for the purposes of this Act, the Veterinary Administration, within whose

the scope of performance of the relevant permissions or were the implementation of the relevant

the measures entrusted to it by this Act, if applicable, within whose jurisdiction the

taking into account its importance, nature and comparable tasks.



(2) the measures to ensure compliance with the obligations to eliminate

the deficiencies and to the consistent application of the requirements under the regulations to

referred to in paragraph 1 shall be carried out in ways set out in this

by law.



(3) persons that are required to fulfil the obligations imposed on them by this

by law, they are required to play in the field of veterinary care responsibilities too,

that for them under the provisions referred to in paragraph 1.



§ 78



Powers of execution



The Ministry will issue a decree to implement section 4A(1). 7, § 4 b paragraph 1. 2 (a).

(d)) and § 4 b paragraph 1. 3 (b). (c)), § 5 para. 4, section 5a paragraph 2. 4, § 6 (1). 8, § 8

paragraph. 5, section 9A(1). 5, § 9b paragraph 1. 3, section 10, paragraph 1. 3, § 17a. 10, § 18

paragraph. 6, § 19 para. 3 and 6, § 21, art. 3, § 21, art. 15, § 21a, para. 5,

§ 22 para. 2, § 23 para. 4, § 24 para. 2, § 25 para. 5, § 27 para. 4, §

27A para. 6, § 27b para. 9, § 28 para. 5, § 31 para. 3, § 33 para. 6, §

34 para. 5, § 37 para. 5, § 38 paragraph 1(a). 4, section 38b para. 3 and 5, section 38 c of paragraph 1.

5, § 39 para. 5, § 40 paragraph 2. 4, § 41 para. 5, § 42 para. 6, § 48 para.

2, § 50 para. 10, § 51a para. 3, § 53 para. 6, § 53a para. 3, § 59

paragraph. 6, section 59A(1). 4, § 64 para. 6, § 64a para. 5, §66A. 4, §

66 c para. 5, § 70 para. 3 and section 75 para. 3-5.



§ 78a



(1) in section 11 (1) 1, § 12 para. 2 (a). (b)) § 13 para. 1 and 2, § 16 para.

2, § 17 para. 2, § 18 para. 2, section 20 (2). 6 and 7 (b). and § 23 paragraph 1). 1

(a). (d)), section 23 paragraph 1. 2, section 27 para. 2 and 3, § 40 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (b)), section 40

paragraph. 5, § 41 para. 1 (b). g) and (h)), § 42 para. 3 (b). a) and b), § 47

paragraph. 4, § 48 para. 1 (b). (d)), § 49 para. 1 and 2, § 50 para. 1, § 51

paragraph. 1, § 64 para. 1 the first and second sentences, § 64 para. 5, § 76 para. 2

and (3) and in the heading to § 49, the words "District veterinary services" in the

the fall and the number replaced by "regional Veterinary Administration" in the

the fall and number.



(2) in section 13(2). 1 (b). (b)) § 16 para. 2, § 40 paragraph 2. 1 (b). and) sentences

the first and second, and (b). (d)) on the first and second place, § 40 paragraph 2. 2 start

the provisions of section a (c). and), § 41 para. 2 and 3, § 54 para. 1 (b). n) on

the first and second place and § 77a, the words "handled animal origin"

in the fall, and the number replaced by "animal by-products"

in the fall, and the number.



PART TWO



cancelled



§ 79



cancelled



PART THREE



cancelled



§ 80



cancelled



PART FOUR



Amendment of the Act No. 368/1992 Coll., on administrative fees, as amended by

amended



§ 81



Act No. 368/1992 Coll., on administrative fees, as amended by Act No.

10/1993 Coll., Act No. 72/1994 Coll., Act No. 85/1994 Coll., Act No.

273/1994 Coll., Act No. 36/1995 Coll., Act No. 118/1995 Coll., Act No.

160/1995 Coll., Act No. 301/1995 Coll., Act No. 151/1997 Coll., Act No.

305/1997 Coll., Act No. 148/1998 Coll., Act No. 157/1998 Coll., Act No.

167/1998 Coll. and Act No. 63/1999 is amended as follows:



The annex to the Act No 368/1992 Coll., on administrative fees, as amended by

Act No. 85/1994 Coll., Act No. 273/1994 Coll., Act No. 36/1995 Coll.

Act No. 118/1995 Coll., Act No. 160/1995 Coll., Act No. 301/1995 Coll.

Act No. 151/1997 Coll. and Act No. 305/1997 Coll., "the scale of the administrative

the fees "shall be amended as follows:



1. item 67:



"The decision about the outcome of the border veterinary checks (section 37

Act No. 167/1999 Coll., on health care and on amendments to certain

related laws)



-for each and any pending ton consignments of live animals-$ 170.0-



-for each and any pending tonne shipment of animal

products, animal feeds and items that can be


carriers of disease agents-$ 110.0-

at least CZK 1 120.0-

a maximum of £ 11 900.0-".



2. item 68, including the note reads as follows:



"and the veterinary medicinal product and Approval)

Veterinary technical

resource (section 65 of Act No. 167/1999 Coll.,

about veterinary care

and amending certain related laws) EUR 3 0.0-



(b)) the issue of certificates for the production of veterinary

preparations and veterinary technical

resources (section 65 of Act No. 167/1999 Coll.,

about veterinary care, and amending

some related laws) EUR 6 0.0-



Note:



The Act referred to in subparagraph zpoplatňovaný, and) this item includes the registration

veterinary medicine and veterinary technical resource

The list of approved veterinary medicines and veterinary technical

resources. ".



3. item 69 reads:



"The issue of a health certificate to transfer the animal out of the bees (§ 6

Act No. 167/1999 Coll., on health care and on amendments to certain

related laws)



-Eur 50.0 per single animal-



-For more than one animal Czk-100.0 ".



4. item 70:



"The issue of the health certificate for the carriage of livestock products

(section 27 of the Act No. 168/1999 Coll. on veterinary care and amending

some related laws) EUR 100.0-".



5. item 71:



"and the issue of certificates of compliance with) the requirements and conditions for the treatment of

the animal products (section 22 of Act No. 166/1999 Coll.

about veterinary care and amending certain

related laws) $ 500.0-



(b) Issue a binding opinion)

(section 56 of the Act No. 168/1999 Coll. on veterinary care

and amending certain related

$ 300.0-laws) ".



6. item 72:



"and private veterinary Registration)

a doctor (section 60 of the Act No. 168/1999 Coll.

about veterinary care, and amending

some related

the laws of) $ 2 0.0-



(b) the Registration of the private veterinary technician) (section 64 of Act No.

166/1999 Coll. on veterinary care and amending certain

related laws)-$ 1 0.0-



(c)) the issue of permits to carry out laboratory, or other

veterinary diagnostic activities (section 50 of the Act No. 168/1999

Coll. on veterinary care and amending

some related laws) EUR 2 0.0-



(d)) issue of permit to operate a rendering of the undertaking (section 50 of the Act

No 166/1999 Coll. on veterinary care and amending certain

related laws) EUR 3 0.0-



(e)) issue of permit to operate other rendering

activities (section 51 of the Act No. 168/1999 Coll. on veterinary care

and amending certain related

laws) CZK 1 0.0-".



7. item 73:



"and the decision of approval) the breeding of dangerous animal species



£ 3 per single animal 0.0-



For more than one animal Eur 5 0.0-



(b) the accreditation of user establishments) to breed animals for

experimental purposes CZK 10-0.0 ".



PART FIVE



REGULATION (EEC)



§ 82



Shall be deleted:



1. Act No. 87/1987 Coll. on veterinary care, as amended by Act No.

239/1991 Coll., Act No. 439/1991 Coll. and Act No. 110/1997 Coll.



2. Law No. 108/1987 Coll., on the scope of veterinary services of the Czech

Republic, as the legal measures of the Bureau of the Czech National Council

No 25/1991 Coll., Act No. 437/1991 Coll., legal measures

Presidium of the Czech National Council No. 348/1992 Coll., Act No. 114/1994

Coll. and Act No. 110/1997 Coll.



PART SIX



The EFFECTIVENESS of the



section 83



This Act shall take effect sixty days after the date of publication.



Klaus r.



Havel, v. r.



Zeman in r.



Annex 1



cancelled



Annex 2



DISEASES AND DISEASES TRANSMISSIBLE FROM ANIMALS TO HUMANS, WHICH ARE CONSIDERED

DANGEROUS, AND THEIR AGENTS



and more common) species:



1. Aujeszky's disease



2. brucellosis (Brucella abortus, Brucella melitensis, Brucella suis)



3. the echinococcosis (hydatidóza)



4. Rift Valley fever



5. hydroperikarditida of ruminants



6. Japanese encephalitis



7. to bluetongue



8. Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever



9. leptospirosis



10. listeriosis



11. the cattle plague



12. myiáza (Chrysomya bezziana hominivorax, Cochliomya)



13. paratuberculosis



14. Q fever



15. salmonellosis (invasive serovars-their agents)



16. foot and mouth disease



17. anthrax



18. the transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE)



19. be infested with trichinae



20. tuberculosis (Mycobacterium bovis, Mycobacterium, Mycobacterium suis

Avium, Mycobacterium tuberculosis)



21. Tularaemia



22. or Enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli



23. vesicular stomatitis



24. rabies



25. West Nile virus



(b) bovine diseases):



1. bovine anaplasmosis



2. bovine babesiosis



3. enzootic bovine leukosis



4. haemorrhagic septicaemia (pasteurelóza)



5. enough for you



6. IBR (IBR, IBR/IPV)



7. Nodular dermatitis of bovine animals



8. pulmonary disease of cattle



9. theilerióza



10. trichomonáza



11 trypanosomiasis (transmitted by tse-tse fly)



12. bovine genital kampylobakterióza



c) disease of sheep and goats:



1. Enzootic abortion of sheep (sheep chlamydióza)



2. epididymitida Rams (Brucella ovis)



3. the scrapie



4. the plague of small ruminants



5. contagious agalactia



6. infectious pleuropneumonie goats



7. illness Nairobi



8. sheep pox and goat pox



d) disease of horses:



1. equine encephalomyelitis (Eastern)



2. equine encephalomyelitis (Western)



3. dourine



4. infectious anemia horse (equine infectious anaemia)



5. infectious arteritida horses



6. African horse sickness



7. contagious equine metritida



8. piroplasmóza horses



9. Surra (Trypanosoma Evans)



10. Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis



11. glanders



e) disease of pigs:



1. African swine fever



2. encephalitis caused by Nipah virus



3. classical swine fever



4. swine reproductive and respiratory syndrome



5. swine vesicular disease



6. viral gastroenteritis (transmissible gastroenteritis of pigs)



f) disease of poultry:



1. avian influenza (highly pathogenic and low pathogenic)



2. Pasteurella multocida



3. mykoplasmóza poultry (Mycoplasma gallisepticum, Mycoplasma respiratory)



4. Newcastle disease



5. pulorová disease (Salmonella pullorum)



6. the tyf poultry



g) disease of bees:



1. rot bee brood (European bee fruit rot)



2. Paenibacillus (American bee fruit rot)



3. the Tropilaelaps mite (Tropilaelaps mite infestation of bees)



4. Malawi



5. tumidóza (Aethina tumida)



6. varroáza bees



h) fish diseases:



1. the epizootic haematopoietic necrosis



epizootic ulcerative syndrome 2



3. The Koi Herpes virus (herpes virus of carp Koi)



4. infectious haematopoietic necrosis



5. viral haemorrhagic septicaemia



I) other diseases:



1. the epizootic haemorrhagic disease (deer)



2. leishmaniasis



3. camel pox



j) other diseases for which mandatory reporting decide to institutions of the European

Union.



Annex 3



cancelled



Annex 4



cancelled



Annex 5



cancelled



Annex 6



THE CONDITIONS FOR RECOGNITION OF A CERTIFICATE OF THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY OF THE ISSUING MEMBER

STATE, ATTESTING TO THE LEGAL EXERCISE OF THE PROFESSION OF VETERINARY SURGEON



Germany



In the case of persons whose diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal

qualifications of veterinary surgeons attest to training

achieved in the territory of the former German Democratic Republic which

does not satisfy all the minimum training requirements provided in § 59

paragraph. 1, the Czech Republic recognises the diplomas, certificates and other documents

of formal qualifications as being sufficient proof if they attest to

training commenced before German unification, they entitle the holder to

the performance of the activities of a veterinary surgeon throughout the territory of Germany under the same

conditions as the documents referred to in section 59 paragraph 1. 2 (a). and) and are complemented by

a certificate issued by the competent German authorities stating that those

persons have effectively and lawfully been engaged in accordance with the activity on the territory of the

Germany for at least three consecutive years during the five

years prior to the date of issue of the certificate.



Estonia



1. in the case of citizens of the Member States whose diplomas, certificates and other

evidence of formal qualifications in veterinary medicine were

granted, or whose training started in, Estonia before the

the accession of the Czech Republic, recognizes the diplomas, certificates and other

evidence of formal qualifications in veterinary medicine as a

sufficient evidence, if they are accompanied by a certificate stating that these

performed effectively and in accordance with the law the activity in

Estonia for at least five consecutive years during the seven

years prior to the date of issue of the certificate.



2. in the case of citizens of the Member States whose diplomas, certificates and other

evidence of formal qualifications in veterinary medicine were

granted, or whose training started in the former Soviet Union

20. in August 1991, the Czech Republic recognises the diplomas, certificates and

other evidence of formal qualifications in veterinary medicine


as being sufficient proof when the authorities of Estonia attest that these documents

have on its territory, the same legal validity as Estonian documents

formal qualifications in veterinary medicine as regards

access to the profession of veterinary surgeon and the exercise of this profession. This

confirmation must be accompanied by a certificate issued by the same authorities

indicating that these citizens of the Member States they have worked effectively and

According to law, the activity on the territory of Estonia for at least five

consecutive years during the seven years prior to the date

issue of the certificate.



Latvia



In the case of citizens of the Member States whose diplomas, certificates and other

evidence of formal qualifications in veterinary medicine were

granted, or whose training started in the former Soviet Union

21. in August 1991, the Czech Republic recognises the diplomas, certificates and

other evidence of formal qualifications in veterinary medicine

as being sufficient proof when the authorities of Latvia attest that these documents

have on its territory, the same legal validity as Latvian documents

formal qualifications in veterinary medicine as regards

access to the profession of veterinary surgeon and the exercise of this profession. This

confirmation must be accompanied by a certificate issued by the same authorities

indicating that these citizens of the Member States they have worked effectively and

According to law, the activity on the territory of Latvia for at least three

consecutive years during the five years preceding the date of issue of

the certificate.



Lithuania



In the case of citizens of the Member States whose diplomas, certificates and other

evidence of formal qualifications in veterinary medicine were

granted, or whose training started in the former Soviet Union

11. in March 1991, the Czech Republic recognises the diplomas, certificates and

other evidence of formal qualifications in veterinary medicine

as being sufficient proof when the authorities of Lithuania attest that those documents have

on its territory, the same legal validity as Lithuanian evidence of formal

qualifications in veterinary medicine as regards access to

the profession of veterinary surgeon and the exercise of this profession. This confirmation

must be accompanied by a certificate issued by the same authorities stating that those

the citizens of the Member States carried out effectively and in compliance with the

activity in the territory of Lithuania for at least three consecutive years in the

during the five years preceding the date of issue of the certificate.



Slovakia



In the case of citizens of the Member States whose diplomas, certificates and other

evidence of formal qualifications in veterinary medicine were

granted, or whose training started in the former Czechoslovakia

1. in January 1993, the Czech Republic recognises the diplomas, certificates and

other evidence of formal qualifications in veterinary medicine

as being sufficient proof when the authorities of Slovakia attest that these documents

have on its territory, the same legal validity as Slovak papers on

formal qualifications in veterinary medicine as regards

access to the profession of veterinary surgeon and the exercise of this profession. This

confirmation must be accompanied by a certificate issued by the same authorities

indicating that these citizens of the Member States they have worked effectively and

According to law, the activity on the territory of Slovakia for at least three

consecutive years during the five years preceding the date of issue of

the certificate.



Slovenia



In the case of citizens of the Member States whose diplomas, certificates and other

evidence of formal qualifications in veterinary medicine were

granted, or whose training started in Yugoslavia before 25.

June 1991, recognized by the Czech Republic the diplomas, certificates and other

evidence of formal qualifications in veterinary medicine as a

sufficient evidence, if the authorities of Slovenia attest that those documents have

on its territory, the same legal validity as Slovenian evidence of formal

qualifications in veterinary medicine as regards access to

the profession of veterinary surgeon and the exercise of this profession. This confirmation

must be accompanied by a certificate issued by the same authorities stating that those

the citizens of the Member States carried out effectively and in compliance with the

activity on the territory of Slovenia for at least three consecutive

years during the five years preceding the date of issue of the certificate.



Bulgaria



In the case of persons whose diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal

qualifications in veterinary medicine were awarded or whose

the training began in Bulgaria prior to accession, recognized by the United

Republic of the diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal qualifications

in the field of veterinary medicine as being sufficient proof if they are

accompanied by a certificate stating that such persons have effectively and carry out the

accordance with the law the activity in Bulgaria after for at least three

consecutive years during the five years preceding the date of issue of

the certificate.



Romania



In the case of persons whose diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal

qualifications in veterinary medicine were awarded or whose

the training began in Romania before accession, acknowledges the United

Republic of the diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal qualifications

in the field of veterinary medicine as being sufficient proof if they are

accompanied by a certificate stating that such persons have effectively and carry out the

accordance with the law the activity in Romania after for at least three

consecutive years during the five years preceding the date of issue of

the certificate.



The other Member States



In the case of persons from other Member States must be certified by the competent

the Office of the issuing Member State to indicate that this person legal

way participated in the practice of the profession of veterinary surgeon for

at least three consecutive years during the five years

prior to the date of issue of the certificate.



Selected provisions of the novel



Article. (II) Act No. 131/2003 Coll.



PART TWO



TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS



1. If in other legislation uses the term "District

animal health management ", or" Municipal animal health management in Brno ",

"The municipal veterinary services in Ostrava" and "Municipal animal health management in

Pilsen "shall mean" the regional animal health management ".



2. The District Veterinary Administration, municipal animal health management in Brno,

The municipal veterinary services in Ostrava and the city animal health management in

Pilsen shall cease the effective date of this Act. Their material

property, rights and obligations, including the rights and obligations arising from the

labor relations, that have to date of extinction, moving day

the effective date of this Act to the locally competent regional veterinary

Administration.



3. staff members who are at the date of entry into force of this Act in the

employment relationship to the district health management, urban health

management of technology, Urban veterinary governance in Ostrava and the city

animal health management in Pilsen, become the effective date of this

law staff locally relevant regional Veterinary Administration in

appropriate working, functional and classification.



4. Not permit the performance of professional veterinary activities (50,

51) conditions of this law is the one to whom the authorisation, shall be obliged to

apply within 6 months from the date of entry into force of this Act on the

putting a permit in compliance with this Act. If he fails to do so, and

unless otherwise decided by the competent authority of the Veterinary Administration, on its own initiative,

previously issued permit shall lapse.



5. A natural person who carries on the veterinary preventive, diagnostic

and therapeutic activity business manner based on the decision of the State

the veterinary service of its registration, the effective date of

of this Act, a member of the Chamber and intends to carry out this activity after this

date, shall within 6 months from the date of entry into force of this

the Act to submit a written application for membership of the Chamber and ask for

the certificate referred to in § 60 para. 1 of Act No. 167/1999 Coll., as amended by

of this Act. If he fails to do so, its authorization to pursue those activities

ceases to exist.



6. Farmers and entrepreneurs, ^ 10) who are required to apply for approval

and registration, a registration under this Act, are

required to do so within 6 months from the date of entry into force of this Act.



7. Containers in which they are packaged foodstuffs of animal origin and that

do not bear the health mark may be used

until 31 December 2006. December 2003. Food of animal origin, manufactured before the date of

entry into force of this Act and in storage before that date in State

material reserves, may be put into circulation without the health

mark.



8. In the proceedings that at the date of entry into force of this Act has not been

District veterinary administrations has been finally terminated, continue locally

the regional Veterinary Administration.



9. The provisions of § 35 para. 1 of Act No. 167/1999 Coll., as amended by this


the Act, for the period from the effective date of this Act, the date on which the

entry into force of the Treaty of accession of the Czech Republic to the European

the Union also apply to transiting health item when the output from the

territory of the country.



10. veterinary doctor approved for a particular activity shall be deemed to

date of entry into force of this law all veterinarians to

This day they were registered with the State Veterinary Administration as private

Veterinarians under the former regulations.



10) § 2 (2). 1 and 2 of the commercial code.



Article. (II) Act No. 48/2006 Sb.



Common and transitional provisions



1. the residence permit does not match the performance of professional activities or

approval or registration issued under the existing legislation,

conditions laid down in the regulations of the European communities ^ 38) is the one who

authorisation, approval or registration, shall apply within

6 months from the date of entry into force of this Act on the entry permit,

approval or registration in accordance with these regulations. If he fails to do so

and unless the competent authority of the Veterinary Administration, on its own initiative,

It shall be deemed that permission, approval or registration issued pursuant to the

the existing rules are no longer present.



2. veterinary medicinal products authorised before the date of entry into force of this

the law, which are no longer the veterinary medicinal products in accordance with § 3 (1). 1

(a). t) Act No. 167/1999 Coll., on health care and on amendments to certain

related laws (health law), in the version in force from the date of

entry into force of this law, shall be construed as veterinary products

approved by Act No. 167/1999 Coll. on veterinary care and amending

certain related laws (health law), in the version in force

from the date of entry into force of this Act, unless the additive

used for animal feed, for a period of 3 years from the date of entry into force of

of this Act.



3. Legal proceedings instituted and pending before the date of entry into force of this

Act shall be completed according to the existing legislation.



4. persons who care for stray and abandoned animals in shelters for

animals can carry out this operation until 31 December 2006. in December 2006, even if the

a certificate conferring the right to exercise the activities referred to in § 42 para. 2

Act No. 167/1999 Coll., on health care and on amendments to certain

related laws (health law), in the version in force from the date of

entry into force of this Act.



5. If the products that fall within the scope of Decree No. 377/2003

Coll. on veterinary checks of imports and transit of products from third

countries, as amended, and the relevant provisions of the European

Community ^ 39) and which were imported before 1. January 2005 and stored

in free zones, free warehouses and approved

customs warehouses or premises of persons supplying the vessel in

international maritime transport (section 37), without being accompanied by a health

certificate corresponding to the relevant regulations of the European communities,

have not left the warehouses where they were stored, until 31 December 2006. December 2005 and

remaining in storage shall be from 1. January 2006 destroyed under the supervision of

the official veterinarian ^ 40). The cost of this measure shall be borne by

the owner of the listed products.



6. in other legislation uses the term "handled

of animal origin "means" animal by-products ".



38) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 852/2004.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 853/2004.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 854/2004.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002.



39) Council decision 79/542/EEC, as amended.



Commission decision 94/984/EC, 97/221/EC, 2000/572/EC, 2000/585/EC,

2000/609/EC, 2003/779/EC and 2004/438/EC, as amended.



40) Commission decision 2005/92/EC of 2 October 1998. February 2005 on animal health

conditions, certification and transitional provisions concerning the introduction

and the period of storage of consignments of certain products of animal origin in

free zones, free warehouses and premises of economic

operators supplying cross border means of sea transport in the

The community.



Commission decision 2005/93/EC of 2 October 1998. February 2005 on transitional

provisions concerning the introduction and storage period for consignments of certain

products of animal origin in customs warehouses in the community.



Article. (II) Act No. 182/2008 Sb.



Transitional provisions



1. keepers, which Act No. 167/1999 Coll., in the version in force from the date of

entry into force of this Act imposes an obligation to submit to the County

the Veterinary Administration to approve the program, are required to the healing well

to do so, if this program has not yet been approved, no later than 6

months from the date of entry into force of this Act.



2. the certificate of professional competence, the official veterinary assistant,

which, according to the existing legislation have received person with full

secondary education and successful passing of specialized vocational

training in the relevant area, remain in force even after the acquisition of the

the effectiveness of this Act.



3. the persons who are required under section 5a of the Act No. 167/1999 Coll., on

the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act, apply for

approval and registration, the registration of establishments keeping

of aquaculture animals shall be obliged to do so within 6

months from the date of entry into force of this Act.



4. Legal proceedings instituted and pending before the date of entry into force of this

Act shall be completed according to the existing legislation.



Article. XXIV Act No 223/2009 Sb.



Transitional provision



The proceedings initiated before the date of entry into force of this law, and to this

the day the unfinished completes and the rights and obligations related to

assessed according to the existing legislation.



Article. (II) Act No. 308/2011 Sb.



Transitional and final provisions



1. The regional Veterinary Administration and Municipal animal health management in Prague as

separate organizational units of the State the effective date of this Act,

disappear by merging the State Veterinary Administration.



2. Employees who are at the date of entry into force of this Act in the

employment relationship to the regional Veterinary Administration and Urban Health

Administration in Prague become the effective date of this Act,

employees of the State Veterinary Administration. Exercise of the rights and obligations of

labor relations of employees who are at the date of entry into force of

This law in employment to regional Veterinary Administration and

City Veterinary Administration Prague, pass to the State Veterinary

Administration.



3. jurisdiction to manage the property of the United States, including the rights and

other assets that were relevant to farm

the regional Veterinary Administration and Municipal animal health management in Prague,

passes the effective date of this Act, the State Veterinary

Administration.



4. From the regional veterinary administrations and city Veterinary Administration in Prague

moving the effective date of this Act, the State Veterinary

management of all receivables, Payables, as well as the rights and obligations

arising from other legislation.



5. the proceedings initiated before the date of entry into force of this Act and to

This day hedge contingent exposures are completed and the rights and obligations associated with it

According to the Act No. 167/1999 Coll., in the version in force until the date of

entry into force of this Act.



6. in other legislation uses the concept of



and) "the State Veterinary Administration" shall mean the central veterinary

the State Veterinary Administration, management



(b)) "regional Veterinary Administration" shall mean the regional veterinary

the State Veterinary Administration, management



(c)) "veterinary authorities" shall mean the State Veterinary

Administration.



7. the operator of company processes and the circulation of various honey

breeders, is obliged to request the regional Veterinary Administration for approval and

the registration of the company pursuant to section 22 paragraph 1. 1 (b). j) Act No. 167/1999 Coll.,

in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act, not later than

6 months from the date of entry into force of this Act.



8. The person who places the raw milk into circulation, is required to include this

working in accordance with the Act No. 167/1999 Coll., in the version in force from the date of

entry into force of this Act, not later than 6 months from the date of acquisition

the effectiveness of this Act.



9. A private veterinarian who is obliged to request the regional veterinary

Administration for approval to carry out the examinations, medical exams, and

the compulsory preventive and diagnostic operations within the framework of the health check

animal health and control of inheritance checks of animal welfare within 6 months

from the date of entry into force of this Act.



10. the administrative procedure concerning the renewal of the approval of the veterinary

products and administrative procedures regarding changes to the decision approving the

veterinary products, which has not been completed before the date of

entry into force of this law shall be completed in accordance with the existing laws,

regulations.



1) Council Directive 64/432/EEC of 26 June 1990. June 1964, on animal health

trade in bovine animals and swine within the community.




Council Directive 97/12/EC of 17 May 1999. March 1997, amending and

updating Directive 64/432/EEC on health problems affecting trade in

bovine animals and swine within the community.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2005/36/EC of 6 May 1999. July

2005 on the recognition of professional qualifications.



Council Directive 82/894/EEC of 21 December 1988 December 1982 on the notification of diseases

animals in the community.



Council Directive 88/407/EEC of 14 June 1993 June 1988 on animal health

the requirements for trade in frozen semen of bovine animals deeply inside

The community and imports.



Council Directive 93/60/EEC of 30 June. June 1993 amending Directive

88/407/EEC concerning animal health requirements for trade in quick-frozen

intra-Community trade in bovine semen imports and that its

the scope extends to fresh bovine semen.



Council Directive 2003/43/EC of 26 July 2000. May 2003 amending

Directive 88/407/EEC laying down animal health requirements for trade in semen

bovine animals within the community and imports.



Council Directive 89/556/EEC of 25 September 1992. September 1989 on animal health conditions

trade in embryos of bovine animals in the community and imports of such embryos from

third countries.



Council Directive 93/52/EEC of 24 June 1993. June 1993 amending Directive

89/556/EEC on animal health problems affecting trade in bovine embryos

The community and imports of embryos from third countries.



Council Directive 89/608/EEC of 21 December 1988 November 1989 on mutual assistance

between the administrative authorities of the Member States and their cooperation with the Commission to

ensure the correct application of veterinary and zootechnical legislation

regulations.



Council Directive 89/662/EEC of 11 December. December 1989 on animal health

checks applicable in intra-Community trade with a view to the completion of the internal

the market.



Council Directive 92/67/EEC of 14 June 1993 July 1992, amending

Directive 89/662/EEC concerning veterinary checks in intra-

The community with a view to the completion of the internal market.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/41/EC of 21 June 1999. April 2004,

repealing certain directives concerning food hygiene and

health conditions for the production of certain products of animal

origin intended for human consumption and for their placing on the market and which

the changing of Council Directive 89/662/EEC and 92/118/EEC and Council decision

95/408/EC.



Council Directive 91/496/EEC of 15 October 1968. July 1991, laying down the

principles governing the organisation of veterinary checks of animals imported into the

Community from third countries and amending Directives 89/662/EEC,

90/425/EEC and 90/675/EEC.



Council Directive 90/425/EEC of 26 June 1990. June 1990 concerning veterinary and

zootechnical checks applicable in trade in certain live animals and

products within the community with a view to the completion of the internal market.



Council Directive 92/60/EEC of 30 June. June 1992 amending Directive

90/425/EEC concerning veterinary and zootechnical checks applicable in trade with

certain live animals and products within the community with a view to

the completion of the internal market.



Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2002/33/EC of 21 June 1999. October 2002,

amending Council Directive 90/425/EEC and 92/118/EEC as regards the

health requirements for animal by-products.



Council Directive 90/426/EEC of 26 June 1990. June 1990, on animal health

conditions governing the movement of equidae and their import from third countries.



Council Directive 92/36/EEC of 29 October April 1992, amending, if

as for African horse sickness, Directive 90/426/EEC on animal health conditions governing

the movement of equidae and their import from third countries.



Council Directive 2004/68/EC of 26 July 2000. April 2004 laying down

animal health rules for the importation of certain live ungulates in

The community, and for their transit, amending Directive 90/426/EEC and

92/65/EEC and repealing Directive 72/462/EEC.



Council Directive 90/429/EEC of 26 June 1990. June 1990, laying down the

animal health requirements for trade in porcine semen for intra-Community

and imports.



Council Directive 90/539/EEC of 15 October 1968. October 1990, on animal health

conditions for trade in poultry and hatching eggs within the community

and imports from third countries.



Council Directive 93/120/EC of 22 December 2004. December 1993 amending

Council Directive 90/539/EEC on animal health conditions governing trade in

poultry and hatching eggs within the community and imports from

third countries.



Council Directive 1999/90/EC of 15 December 1999. November 1999, amending the

Directive 90/539/EEC on animal health conditions governing trade in poultry and

hatching eggs within the community and imports from third countries.



Council Directive 2006/88/EC of 24 July 2003. October 2006 on animal health

requirements for aquaculture animals and products

aquaculture and on the prevention and control of certain diseases in aquatic animals.



Council Directive 91/68/EEC of 28 June 1999. January 1991 concerning the animal

conditions for trade in ovine and caprine animals within the community.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2001/10/EC of 22 December 2004. may

2001 amending Council Directive 91/68/EEC as regards scrapie.



Council Directive 2003/50/EC of 11 July 2001. June 2003, amending Directive

91/68/EEC as regards the tightening of control measures on movements of ovine and

goats.



Council Directive 92/65/EEC of 13 September 1993. July 1992 laying down animal health

regulations for trade in animals, semen, ova and embryos

The community and the introduction into the community, if not subject to the

special Community veterinary legislation listed in Annex A, section I,

Directive 90/425/EEC.



Council Directive 92/118/EEC of 17 May. December 1992 laying down animal health and

health rules for trade in products of animal origin

The community and the introduction into the community, if not subject to the

specific Community rules referred to in annex a(i) to Directive

89/662/EEC and, as regards pathogens, to Directive 90/425/EEC.



Council Directive 96/90/EC of 17 May 1999. December 1996, amending

Directive 92/118/EEC laying down animal health and public health requirements governing

trade in products of animal origin within the community and imports into the

The community, when not subject to specific Community rules

referred to in annex a(i) to Directive 89/662/EEC and, as regards the

pathogens, to Directive 90/425/EEC.



Council Directive 97/79/EC of 18 June 2003. December 1997 amending

Directive 71/118/EEC, 72/462/EEC, 85/73/EEC, 91/67/EEC, 91/492/EEC,

91/493/EEC, 92/45/EEC and 92/118/EEC as regards veterinary control

products entering the community from third countries.



Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2002/33/EC of 21 June 1999. October 2002,

amending Council Directive 90/425/EEC and 92/118/EEC as regards the

health requirements for animal by-products.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/41/EC of 21 June 1999. April 2004,

repealing certain directives concerning food hygiene and

health conditions for the production of certain products of animal

origin intended for human consumption and for their placing on the market and which

the changing of Council Directive 89/662/EEC and 92/118/EEC and Council decision

95/408/EC.



Council Directive 92/119/EEC of 17 May. December 1992 establishing

General Community measures for the control of certain animal diseases and

specific measures relating to swine vesicular disease.



Council Directive 96/22/EC of 29 April 2004. April 1996 concerning the prohibition on the use of

certain substances having a hormonal or thyrostatic action and of

beta-agonists in stockfarming, and repealing directives 81/602/EEC,

88/146/EEC and 88/299/EEC.



Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2003/74/EC of 22 December 2004. September 2003,

amending Council Directive 96/22/EC concerning the prohibition on the use of certain

substances having a hormonal or thyrostatic action and of beta-agonists in

breeding animals.



Council Directive 96/23/EC of 29 April 2004. April 1996 concerning control measures for

of certain substances and residues thereof in live animals and animal

products and repealing directives 85/358/EEC and 86/469/EEC and decisions

89/187/EEC and 91/664/EEC.



Council Directive 96/93/EC of 17 May 1999. December 1996 on the certification for the

animals and animal products.



Council Directive 97/78/EC of 18 June 2003. December 1997 laying down the

the basic rules for veterinary checks on products from third countries

imported into the community.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2001/82/EC of 6 May 1999. November

2001 on the Community code relating to veterinary medicinal products

preparations.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/28/EC of 31 October. March

2004 amending Directive 2001/82/EC on the Community code

relating to veterinary medicinal products.



Council Directive 2002/99/EC of 16 December 2002. December 2002 laying down the

animal health rules governing the production, processing, distribution and introduction

products of animal origin intended for human consumption.



Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2003/99/EC of 17 May 1999. November

2003 on the monitoring of zoonoses and zoonotic agents, amending Council decision

90/424/EEC and repealing Council Directive 92/117/EEC.



1A) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 999/2001 of 22 May 2001.

May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of

certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 178/2002 of 28 January 2002. January

2002 laying down the General principles and requirements of food law,


establishing the European food safety authority and laying down procedures in

relating to food safety, as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) no 576/2013 of the 12.

June 2013 on non-commercial movements of pet animals and the

repeal of Regulation (EC) No 998/2003. The Commission implementing Regulation (EU) No.

577/2013 of 28 June. June 2013 on sample identification documents

for non-commercial movements of dogs, cats and ferrets, the copies of the list of the territories and

third countries and the requirements for the format, layout and language

a statement attesting to compliance with certain conditions laid down by the

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) no 576/2013.



Commission Regulation (EC) No 136/2004 of 22 December 2004. January 2004 laying

laying down procedures for veterinary checks on products imported from third

countries at border inspection posts of the community, as amended.



Commission Regulation (EC) No 282/2004 of 18 February 2004. February 2004

introducing a document for the customs declaration for animals imported into the community

of third countries and veterinary checks of animals, as

the text of the.



Commission Regulation (EC) no 599/2004 of 30 March 2004. March 2004 concerning the adoption of

of a harmonised model certificate and inspection report for trade in

animals and products of animal origin within the community.



Commission Regulation (EC) No 206/2009 of 5 May 1999. March 2009 of import of shipments

products of animal origin for personal consumption in the community and on the

amending Regulation (EC) No 136/2004.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April

2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 of 29 April 2004. April

2004, laying down specific hygiene rules for food of

of animal origin, as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 854/2004 of 29 April 2004. April

2004, laying down specific rules for the organisation of official

controls on products of animal origin intended for human consumption, in

as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 of 29 April 2004. April

2004 on official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with the legal

provisions relating to feed and food law and animal health rules and

animal welfare, as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009 of 21 October 2003.

October 2009 laying down health rules for animal by-products

origin and derived products not intended for human consumption, and

repeal of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 (the regulation for by-products

of animal origin).



1B) for example, Act No. 20/1966 Coll., on the health care of the people, as amended by

amended, Act No. 258/2000 Coll., on the protection of public health

and amending certain related laws, as amended,

Act No. 155/2000 Coll., on the breeding, breeding and registration of economic

animals and amending certain related laws (plemenářský)

as amended, Act No 246/1992 Coll., on the protection of animals

against cruelty, as amended, Act No. 91/1996 Coll., on

feedingstuffs, as amended, Act No 100/2004 Coll., on

the protection of species of wild fauna and flora

by regulating trade therein, and other measures for the protection of these species

and on amendments to certain acts (the Act on trading in endangered species), in

amended by Act No 444/2005 Coll., Act No. 79/1997 Coll., on pharmaceuticals and on

changes and additions to some related laws, as amended

legislation, Act No. 110/1997 Coll. on foodstuffs and tobacco products and

amending and supplementing certain related laws, as amended

legislation, Act No. 634/1992 Coll. on consumer protection, as amended by

amended.



2) for example, European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 999/2001,

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 998/2003, regulation

The European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 178/2002, regulation of the European

Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 852/2004 of the European Parliament and

Council Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No.

854/2004 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 882/2004,

Commission Regulation (EC) no 745/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council

(EC) No 1774/2002.



3) Act No. 110/1997 Coll.



Act No. 20/1966 Coll., as amended.



3A) for example, regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 852/2004,

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 853/2004, regulation

The European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 178/2002.



4) Act No. 91/1996 Coll., as amended.



4A) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 183/2005 of the

on 12 June 2006. January 2005 laying down requirements for feed hygiene,

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 178/2002.



5) for example, Act No. 378/2007 Coll., on pharmaceuticals and on changes of some

related laws (law on medicinal products), as amended,

Act No 120/2002 Coll., on conditions for the placing of biocidal products and

active substances on the market and amending certain related laws, in

as amended, Act No. 91/1996 Coll., on feedstuffs, as amended by

amended.



5A) Decree No. 273/2000 Coll., laying down the maximum permitted

residues of veterinary medicinal products and biologically active substances used in the

livestock production in foods and food ingredients, as amended by

amended.



Council Regulation (EEC) No 2377/90 of 26 June 1990. June 1990 laying

down a Community procedure for the establishment of maximum residue limits of

veterinary medicinal products in foodstuffs of animal origin,

as amended.



6) Act No 246/1992 Coll., as amended.



7) Law No 449/2001 Coll., on game management, as amended.



7A) Constitutional Act No. 347/1997 Coll., on creation of higher territorial

bodies and amending Constitutional Act of the Czech National Council.

1/1993 Coll., Constitution of the Czech Republic, as amended by Constitutional Act No.

176/2001 Sb.



7B) Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) no 1069/2009.



for example, 7 c) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 999/2001.



7 d) Commission decision 2005/91/EC of 2 October 1998. February 2005

period after which the anti-rabies vaccination is considered as valid.



7 g) for example, the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EU) no 576/2013

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 999/2001.



8) Act No. 155/2000 Coll., as amended.



9) § 15 of Act No 246/1992 Coll.



9A) Law No 378/2007 Sb.



Act No. 258/2000 Coll., on the protection of public health and amendment to certain

related laws, as amended.



Act No. 356/2003 SB., on chemical substances and chemical preparations and

amending certain laws, as amended.



9B) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009. Article. 8 and

Annex V European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 999/2001.



9 c) Decree No 291/2003 Coll., on the prohibition of feeding of certain substances

animals, whose products are intended for human consumption, and tracking

(monitoring of the) presence of illicit substances, residues and substances

contaminants to which animal products could be harmful to the

the health of humans, animals and their products, as amended by Decree No.

232/2005 Sb.



9 d) section 22 et seq. Act No. 155/2000 Coll., as amended.



10) § 2 (2). 1 and 2 of the commercial code.



11) Act No. 258/2000 Coll., as amended. Government Regulation

No 27/2002 Coll., laying down the method of organising work and working

the procedures that the employer is obliged to arrange at work related

with breeding the animals.



13) section 28 of the Decree No 136/2004 Coll., laying down details

animal identification and record keeping and registration of the economy and people

established breeding law.



13 c) of Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2005 of 22 December 2004. December 2004 on the protection of

animals during transport and related operations and amending directives

64/432/EEC and 93/119/EC and Regulation (EC) No 1255/97.



14) Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2005 of 22 December 2004. December 2004 on the protection of

animals during transport and related operations and amending directives

64/432/EEC and 93/119/EC and Regulation (EC) No 1255/97.



14A) Commission Regulation (EC) No 1739/2005 of 21 June 2005. October 2005

down the animal health requirements for the movement of circus animals between

by the Member States.



for example, 14B) Council decision 90/424/EEC of 26 June 1990. June 1990 on

expenditure in the veterinary field, as last amended.



14 c) for example, § 52 para. 1 of Decree No. 299/2003 Coll., on measures for the

the prevention and control of diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to man,

section 2 (a). d) Decree No. 202/2004 Coll., on measures for the prevention and

control of African swine fever, section 67 of Decree No. 389/2004 Coll., on

measures for the control of foot and mouth disease and its prevention and on

change of Decree No. 299/2003 Coll., on measures for the prevention and


control of diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to humans, as amended by

Decree No. 356/2004 Sb.



for example, 14 d) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 852/2004,

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 853/2004, regulation

The European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 854/2004 of the European

Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 882/2004 of the European Parliament and

Council Regulation (EC) No 178/2002.



14E) for example, Council Regulation (EEC) No 2377/90, Council Regulation (EEC) No.

315/93 of 8 February 1993. February 1993 laying down Community procedures for the

control of contaminants in food, Decree No. 291/2003 Coll.

Decree No. 273/2000 Coll., Decree No. 132/2004 Coll., on microbiological

the requirements of the food, how they control and evaluation, Decree

No 158/2004 Coll., laying down maximum permitted levels of residues

individual types of pesticides in food and food ingredients,

as amended by Decree No 68/2005 Coll., Decree No 307/2004 Coll., which

define the types of contaminants and toxicologically relevant substances and their

the permissible amount in food.



14F) Article. 5 and section I of annex II to the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council

(EC) No 853/2004.



Article. 5 (3). 2 and chapter III of annex I to the regulation of the European Parliament and of the

Council Regulation (EC) No 854/2004.



14 g), for example, Decree No 382/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for

trade in animals and animal health conditions for imports from them

third countries, as amended by Decree No. 260/2005 Coll., Decree No. 381/2003

Coll. on the animal health requirements for aquaculture animals

and the products of aquaculture, fishery products and live bivalve molluscs and on animal health

the terms of their imports from third countries, as amended by Decree No. 201/2004

SB.



14 h) for example, Decree No. 299/2003 Coll., as amended by Decree No 356/2004

Coll., Decree No 389/2004 Coll., Decree No 207/2004 Coll.



14i) Decree 381/2003 Coll., as amended by Decree No. 201/2004 Sb.



15) § 2 (b). a) and b) Act No. 110/1997 Coll., as amended

regulations.



15A) Article. 5 to 8 and annexes I to IV to the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council

(EC) No 854/2004.



for example, law No 16) 449/2001 Coll., Decree No 244/2002 Coll., which

implementing some provisions of Act No 449/2001 Coll., on game management,

in the wording of later regulations.



17) Law No 102/1963 Coll., on fisheries, as amended.



17A) Council Regulation (EEC) No 1907/90 of 26 June 1990. June 1990 on certain

marketing standards for eggs, as last amended.



Commission Regulation (EC) No 2295/2003 of 23 December 2003. December 2003 laying

introduces the implementing rules for the application of Council Regulation (EEC) No 1907/90 on certain

marketing standards for eggs, as last amended.



Decree No. 327/2001 Coll., implementing section 18 (a). a), (d)), g), (h)),

I) and (j)) Act No. 110/1997 Coll. on foodstuffs and tobacco products and

amending and supplementing certain related laws, as amended

the provisions for meat, meat products, fish, other aquatic life and

products, eggs and products thereof, as amended by Decree No 264/2003

SB.



17 c) Annex III to European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No.

853/2004.



17ca) Act No. 500/2004 Coll., the administrative code, as amended by law no 413/2005

SB.



17cb) Act No 119/2002 Coll., on firearms and ammunition, and amending

Act No. 155/2000 Coll., on the validation of firearms, ammunition and

pyrotechnical items and on the amendment of Act No 288/1995 Coll., on fire

weapons and ammunition (the Firearms Act), as amended by Act No.

13/1998 Coll. and Act No 368/1992 Coll., on administrative fees, as amended by

amended, and Act No. 455/1991 Coll., on trades

business (Trade Act), as amended, (the Act on

weapons), as amended.



17 d) Annex I to the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 854/2004.



17E) Article. 2 (2). 1 (b). h) Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council.

854/2004.



17F) section IV of annex III to European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No.

853/2004, as amended.



17 g) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 852/2004.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 853/2004.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 178/2002.



Annex I, section IV, Chapter VIII of the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council

(EC) No 854/2004, as amended.



17 h) Article. 6 (1). 2 and 3 and annex II to the regulation of the European Parliament and of the

Council Regulation (EC) No 852/2004.



Article. 4 (4). 1 to 4 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No.

853/2004.



Article. 3 European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 854/2004.



17i) § 1 (b). k) Decree No. 147/1998 Coll. on the method of determination

the critical points in production technology, as amended.



17j) Article. 7 to 9 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 852/2004.



17 k) Law No. 22/1997 Coll., on technical requirements for products and on the

amendments to certain laws, as amended.



17 l), for example, annex III to European Parliament and Council Regulation No.

853/2004, the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 854/2004.



17 m) Annex I, section II, chapter III of the regulation of the European Parliament and of the

No 854/2004.



17N) annex II, chapter I to III of regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council

(EC) No 854/2004.



17o) Article. 13 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 852/2004.



17 p) annex II, chapter IV of the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC)

No 852/2004.



Article. 10 European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 853/2004.



Article. 17 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 854/2004.



17q) Decree No 382/2003 Coll.



Decree No. 380/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for trade in

semen, egg cells and embryos and health conditions

their imports from third countries.



Decree No. 381/2003 Coll.



17R) for example, Commission decision 2001/618/EC of 23 December 2003. July 2001 on

the determination of the additional guarantees relating to Aujeszky's disease to trade with

intra-Community trade, by establishing the criteria for the granting of

information on this disease and repealing decisions 93/24/EEC and 93/244/EEC.



17s) for example, § 12, 14, 30 et seq. Decree No 382/2003 Coll.



17t) Commission Regulation (EC) no 599/2004.



17u) for example, Decree No. 379/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for

trade in animal products, which are not covered by specific

legislation concerning animal health conditions and their import from third

countries.



for example, article 17v). 8 European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No.

853/2004.



17w) § 8 para. 1 of Decree No. 372/2003 Coll. on veterinary checks

When dealing with animals.



§ 7 para. 1 of Decree No 373/2003 Coll. on veterinary checks at

trade in animal products.



17 x) Decree No. 377/2003 Coll. on veterinary checks of imports and

the transit of animals from third countries, as amended by Decree No. 259/2005 Sb.



Decree No. 377/2003 Coll. on veterinary checks of imports and transit

products from third countries, as amended by Decree No. 259/2005 Sb.



17y), for example, Commission Regulation (EC) No 282/2004, Commission Regulation (EC)

No 136/2004.



for example, article 17). 1 Commission Regulation (EC) No 282/2004, art. 2 of regulation

Commission Regulation (EC) No 136/2004.



18) Article. 79 et seq. Council Regulation (EC) No 2913/92 of 12 October 1992. October 1992,

establishing the Community customs code.



18A) Act No. 114/1992 Coll., on nature and landscape protection, as amended by

amended.



Act No 100/2004 Coll., as amended by Act No 444/2005 Sb.



18B) Article. 10 European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 852/2004.



Article. 6 European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 853/2004.



Article. 11 to 15 and annex VI to the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No.

854/2004.



Article. 49 European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 882/2004.



19) of section 217 of the Act No. 13/1993 Coll., as amended.



20) § 145 of Act No. 13/1993 Coll., as amended.



21) Commission Regulation (EC) No 206/2009 of 5 May 1999. March 2009 about imports

consignments of products of animal origin for personal consumption into the community

and amending Regulation (EC) No 136/2004.



23) section 49 of Act No. 13/1993 Coll., the Customs Act, as amended

regulations.



23A) § 3 (b). (h)) and i) Act No 246/1992 Coll., as amended

regulations.



24) Act No. 526/1990 Coll., on prices, as amended.



24A) section 29 of Act No. 222/1999 Coll., on ensuring the defence of the Czech Republic.



25) § 102 paragraph. 2 (a). d) Act No. 128/2000 Coll., on municipalities (municipal

the establishment).



for example, § 25B). 3 Decree No. 299/2003 Coll.



25 c) Act No. 365/2000 Coll., on public administration and information systems of the

amendments to certain other laws.



25 d) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 2006/2004 on

cooperation between national authorities responsible for the enforcement

compliance with the laws on the protection of consumers ' interests (regulation on cooperation

in the area of consumer protection).



Article 25E). 3 (b). b) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No.

2006/2004 on cooperation between national authorities responsible for the

enforcement of consumer protection laws (the regulation on

cooperation in the field of consumer protection).




25f) Article. 3 (b). k) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No.

2006/2004 on cooperation between national authorities responsible for the

enforcement of consumer protection laws (the regulation on

cooperation in the field of consumer protection).



25 g) Act No. 64/1986 Coll., on Czech commercial inspection, as amended by

amended.



25 g) Article. 2 section 6, art. 3 (2). 2, article. 4 (4). 6 regulation of the European

Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 882/2004.



25 h) section 4 c of law No 249/1997 Coll., on agriculture, as amended by Act No.

291/2009 Sb.



25 h) Law No 185/2004 Coll., the customs administration of the Czech Republic, as amended by

amended.



25I CKS) Article. 48 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 796/2004 of 21 April 2004. April 2004,

laying down detailed rules for the application of cross-compliance, modulation and the

the integrated administration and control system provided for in

Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003 establishing common rules

for direct support schemes under the common agricultural policy and establishing

establishing certain support schemes for farmers, as amended.



25I CKS) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1523/2007 of 11 July.

December 2007 prohibiting the placing on the market, import to

The community and the export of the cat and dog fur and products containing

These skins.



25j) such as Act No 246/1992 Coll., as amended,

Act No. 79/1997 Coll. as amended, Act No. 110/1997

Coll., as amended.



25 l) Act No. 111/2009 Coll., on basic registers



26) for example, Act No. 110/1997 Coll., as amended,

Act No. 258/2000 Coll., as subsequently amended, Act No. 102/2001

Coll., on general product safety and on amendments to certain acts (the Act on

general product safety), as amended, law No.

634/1992 Coll., as amended.



27) Act No. 553/1991 Coll. on State control, as amended

regulations.



28) Act No. 110/1997 Coll., as amended.



29) Act No. 50/1976 Coll., on zoning and the building code

(the building Act), as amended.



29A) Act No. 381/1991 Coll., on the Czech Chamber of veterinary surgeons

of the Republic.



30) § 44 et seq. Act No. 111/1998 Coll., on universities and amending and

supplement other laws (law on higher education), as amended

regulations.



30A) § 124 of Act No. 262/2006 SB., labour code.



31) Law No 18/2004 Coll., on the recognition of professional qualifications and other

eligibility of nationals of the Member States of the European Union and the

amendments to certain laws (law on the recognition of professional qualifications), as amended by

amended.



31A) § 98 para. 1 of Act No. 111/1998 Coll.



31B) for example, § 1, paragraph 1. 2 Government Regulation No. 10/1999 Coll., which

repeals Decree-Law No. 195/1998 Coll., poison, and some other

substances harmful to health, as amended, and

for the purposes of the Criminal Code provides for what is considered poisons, § 41 para.

4 Act No. 356/2003 SB., on chemical substances and chemical preparations

and amending certain laws, section 44b and 58 of Act No. 258/2000 Coll., as amended by

amended.



32) § 2 (2). 2 (a). (c)) Law No 381/1991 Coll., as amended by Act No.

318/2004 Sb.



32a) § 89 to 90 of Act No. 111/1998 Coll., as amended by Act No. 165/2006.



32B) § 37 para. 2 Act No. 500/2004 Coll., the administrative code.



32 c) Decree No 329/2003 Coll., on State veterinary information system

Administration.



33) for example, Act No. 141/1961 Coll., on criminal court proceedings (the criminal

of procedure), as amended.



34) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 999/2001.



34A) Act No. 123/2000 Coll., on medical devices and on changing the

some related laws, as amended.



Decree-Law No 336/2004 Coll., laying down technical requirements

for medical devices and amending Government Decree No. 251/2003

Coll., amending certain regulations issued by the Government for the implementation of Act No.

22/1997 Coll., on technical requirements for products and amending and supplementing

certain acts, as amended.



34B) Council decision 90/424/EEC, as amended.



35) Act No. 119/1992 Coll., on travel compensation, as amended

regulations.



Article 35A). 27 and annex IV to the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No.

882/2004.



35B) Article. 28 European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 882/2004.



36) Act No. 500/2004 Coll., the administrative code, as amended by law no 413/2005 Sb.



§ 149 paragraph 36A). 1 Act No. 500/2004 Coll.



37) Annex III, section IX, chapter I, regulation of the European Parliament and of the

Council Regulation (EC) No 853/2004.



38) Annex III, section IX, chapter II, part III, item 1 (b). and) Regulation

The European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 853/2004.



39) Act No. 111/2009 Coll., on basic registers, as amended by Act No.

100/2010 Sb.



40) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 854/2004.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 882/2004.



41) Article. 11 and 12 of the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 882/2004.



42) Annex I, section III, chapter III, part of the European

Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 854/2004.



43) section 4 of Act No. 255/2012 Sb.



44) § 7, § 8 (a). and) and (c)), § 9, 20 Act No. 255/2012 Sb.



45) section 7, section 8 (a). (c)), section 9 (b). (b)), section 10 (1). 2, section 20 of Act No.

255/2009 Sb.



46), section 7, section 8 (a). and), c), (e)), and (f)), section 9 (b). (b)), section 10 (1). 2 and § 20

Act No. 255/2009 Sb.



for example, 47) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 178/2002,

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 852/2004, regulation

The European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 853/2004 of the European

Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 854/2004 of the European Parliament and

Council Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No.

1169/2007 of 25 June. October 2011 on the provision of food information to

consumers, for the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No.

1924/2006 and (EC) No 1925/2006 and repealing Commission Directive 87/250/EEC,

Council Directive 90/496/EEC, Commission Directive 1999/10/EC, directive

European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/13/EC, the Commission directives 2002/67/EC and

2008/5/EC and Commission Regulation (EC) no 608/2004.



48) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) no 576/2013.



Article 49). 6 (a). d) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No.

576/2013.



50) the implementing Commission Regulation (EU) No 577/2013.



51) section 20 of Act No. 255/2009 Coll., on the control (control code).