On The Residence Of Armed Forces On The Territory Of The Czech Republic

Original Language Title: o pobytu ozbrojených sil jiných států na území České republiky

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310/1999 Coll.



LAW



of 18 May. November 1999



on the residence of armed forces on the territory of the Czech Republic



Change: 375/2007 Sb.



Parliament has passed the following Act of the United States:



§ 1



The law provides the legal situation and the conditions for the stay of the armed forces other

States in the territory of the Czech Republic.



§ 2



In this Act shall mean the



and) armed forces military and civilian personnel with military

material,



(b) the sending State) State, which sends its armed forces on the territory of the

The United States,



(c) military authorities entrusted with the service) authorities of the armed forces, which

have the power to ensure the stay of the armed forces,



d) authorities of the State ministries and other administrative authorities within whose

scope include decision-making in matters of customs, foreign exchange, tax and

fees, accommodation, transport, labour, health, criminal and

the administrative,



e) military personnel of the armed forces soldiers,

naval or air forces of other States,



(f) civilian personnel of the armed forces), civilian employees of the armed

forces that accompany these forces,



g) dependents spouse or the children of members of the military or

civilian personnel, if they are dependent on their support,



h) residents, the presence of armed forces on the territory of the United

Republic; the stay does not consider the passage of armed forces through

the territory of the Czech Republic, which as a rule, does not exceed 48 hours, and their

one flew over the territory of the Czech Republic.



§ 3



Legal relations of the armed forces of other States on the territory of the Czech Republic

governed by the legislation of the Czech Republic. Unless otherwise provided for by the international

the contract, to which Parliament gave its assent, which was announced and is

binding for the Czech Republic, the legal relations of the armed forces

other States on the territory of the Czech Republic this international treaty.



§ 4



(1) Military and civilian personnel of the armed forces of the sending State and

dependent persons are authorised to enter the territory of the Czech Republic, stay

there after an agreed period of time and travel. When the entry and residence in the territory of the United

the Republic and the country proves your identity



and) military personnel of the armed forces of the sending State Passport

or other evidence to the superseding or personal identification card

with photos and individual or collective command to move that

issued by the authority of the sending State and certifying that the individual or

the group belongs to the armed forces and that it has mandated the move



b) civilian staff of the armed forces of the sending State and dependent persons

Passport or other document it.



(2) the Military authorities of the United States may apply to the armed forces

the sending State upon their entry into the territory of the Czech Republic

presentation of a health certificate issued by the authorities of the sending State,

that confirms that the military and civilian personnel of the armed forces

the sending State and dependent persons do not suffer from infectious or communicable

diseases.



(3) permission to control military technology, "^ 1") that the military and

the civilian personnel of the armed forces of the sending State, the Customs authorities of

of the sending State, are also valid in the territory of the Czech Republic.



§ 5



(1) Military and civilian personnel of the armed forces of the sending State is

exempted from the visa obligation, the obligation to report, and from the obligation to

to apply for a work permit. Dependent persons are exempted from the visa

obligations.



(2) military equipment and a reasonable amount of goods intended for the exclusive

the need for military and civilian personnel of the armed forces of the sending

State shall be exempt from customs duties. Goods intended for exclusive need

dependent persons is also exempt from customs duty.



§ 6



(1) military vehicles of the armed forces of the sending State in the territory of

The United States shall be exempt from road tax.



(2) military vehicles of the armed forces of the sending State must be on the

the Czech Republic provided with military registration plate, and the national

distinguishing feature. Move those vehicles whose dimensions, load

the total weight of the axles, or count in excess of the restrictions in the United

Republic, may take place only with the consent of the competent authorities

Of the Czech Republic.



§ 7



(1) military personnel of the armed forces of the sending State may in the Czech

wearing a military uniform to the Republic as soldiers in active service

the armed forces of the United States. ^ 2)



(2) military personnel of the armed forces of the sending State may on the territory of the

The United States in connection with the performance of their official duties to keep and bear

a military weapon as soldiers in active service of the armed forces

United States. ^ 3)



§ 8



(1) the Military authorities of the United Kingdom provide for the competent authorities

The United States military authorities of the sending State requirements on

the movement and operation of military equipment, relating in particular to the border

transition or another border crossing point, the movement route

destination and transport of hazardous or oversized cargo.



(2) the Military authorities of the United States provide the Ministry of transport and

communications for the armed forces of the sending State



and) the authorisation for establishment and operation of telecommunication equipment and non-public

telecommunications network for a transitional period,



(b)) decisions on the allocation of frequencies and the establishment of conditions for the connection

non-public telecommunications networks to public telecommunications networks.



(3) other military and civil personnel of the armed forces of the sending State

or dependants can be in the range of emergency care on the

request to provide treatment or healing in military health care

devices in the scope of the Ministry of defence. Dental treatment

will provide a range of acute preservative and surgical procedures.

Payment for these operations are to be paid from the budget of the Ministry of Defense. Payment for the

other acts in military medical facilities in the scope of

The Ministry of defence and for treatment or healing in addition to urgent

health care provided by other providers of health services shall be borne by

the one to whom it was supplied.



§ 9



(1) the military authorities of the sending State may exercise against members

military and civilian personnel of the armed forces and their dependent

persons offences, jurisdiction in matters where interests protected only

their armed forces or have been delegated to them, that

otherwise, it is for the authorities of the Czech Republic.



(2) if the detention or custody of a member of the military and

civilian personnel of the armed forces of the sending State or dependent

persons, the competent law enforcement authorities shall immediately

notify the military authorities of the sending State through

The Ministry of defence.



§ 10



(1) for damage caused in connection with the activities of the armed forces

of the sending State in the territory of the Czech Republic corresponds to the Czech Republic,

If an international agreement, the Czech Republic is bound, States

the method of mutual settlement of damages with the sending State. Range

compensation provides for special legislation. ^ 4)



(2) for any damage, which was military and civil personnel of the armed

forces of the sending State and dependent persons caused in connection with the

the activities of the armed forces of the United States, corresponds to the Czech Republic.

Extent of damages shall establish special legislation. ^ 4)



§ 11



(1) a military exercise of the armed forces of the sending State in the territory of the United

States can be held only in military újezdech, military departments,

military installations, military airports and within a defined airspace

space.



(2) the armed forces of the sending State may, in agreement with the military

authority of the United States to ensure the protection of the areas referred to in

paragraph 1. The military police of the armed forces of the sending State after

the agreement with the military authority of the Czech Republic may maintain separately

order and security at the premises referred to in paragraph 1 in accordance with the legal

regulations of the sending State. Outside of these areas can Military

the police of the armed forces of the sending State to carry out its activities only

in cooperation with the competent authorities of the Czech Republic.



§ 12



This Act shall take effect on 1 January 2000. January 1, 2000.



Klaus r.



Havel, v. r.



Zeman in r.



1) § 2 (2). 10 to 12, of Act No. 219/1999 Coll., on the armed forces

Of the Czech Republic.



2) for example, § 31 para. 3 of Act No. 219/1999 Coll.



3) for example, § 42 of Act No. 219/1999 Coll.



4) for example, § 43 of Act No. 219/1999 Coll.