Local Regulations No. 10 Of 2009

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 10 Tahun 2009

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                          The GOVERNMENT of the PROVINCE of WEST PAPUA PROVINCE of WEST PAPUA AREA REGULATIONS No. 10 of 2009 ABOUT RETRIBUTION FISHERIES BUSINESS LICENSE with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the GOVERNOR of West PAPUA, Considering: a. that the potential fish resources need to be utilized optimally for the prosperity of the people and working on that are berdayaguna and berhasilguna with a fixed notice preserved; b. that based on considerations as referred to in letters a need to assign the applicable local West Papua about Retribution Fisheries business license; Remember: 1. Act No. 12 Year 1969 about the formation of the Autonomous Province of West Irian and Autonomous counties in West Irian Province (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 47 in 1969, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2401); 2. Law No. 8 of 1981 on the law of criminal procedure (State Gazette Number 76 of 1981, additional State Gazette Number 3209); 3. Act No. 23 of 1997 on the environment (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 1997, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3674); 4. Act No. 21 of 2001 on special autonomy For Papua Province (State Gazette of the Republic of IndonesiaTahun 2001 Number 135, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4151), as amended by Act No. 35 of 2008 about Bylaw Substitute Assignment Act No. 1 of 2008 about the change of Act No. 21 of 2001 on special autonomy for Papua Province into law (Republic of Indonesia Gazette year 2008 Number 112 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 4884); 1   

2    5. Act No. 31 of 2004 concerning Fisheries (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 118 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4433); 6. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437) as it has several times changed with Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 58 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 7. Act No. 33 of 2004 concerning the Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the regional Government of (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 126 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4438); 8. Act No. 28 of 2009 about local tax and Regional Levies (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 130 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5049); 9. Government Regulation Number 66 in 2001 about Retribution area (Sheet Republic of Indonesia Number 119 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4139); 10. Government Regulation Number 54 in 2002 about the fishing Effort (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 100 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4230); 11. Government Regulation Number 62 in 2002 about the rate or type of Acceptance instead of Taxes applicable to the Department of Marine Fisheries & (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 118 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4230); 12. Government Regulation Number 58 in 2005 about the financial management area (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 140 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4578); 13. Government Regulation number 19 in 2006 about the rate or type of receipt of State Tax is not applicable to the Department of marine and Fisheries; 14. Government Regulation Number 24 of 2007 about the name change of the province of Irian Jaya West became the province of West Papua (Indonesia Republic Gazette Year 2007 Number 56, additional State Gazette of Republic of Indonesia Number 4718); 15. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance Provincial district/city (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737);

3 16. Regulation of the Minister of the Interior No. 1 of 2003 about Repeal regulation of the Minister of Interior No. 4 of 1997 on Investigating civil servants in local government Environment; 17. Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs number 13 Year 2006 about Regional Financial Management Guidelines as amended by regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 59 in 2007 about the guidelines of the financial management Area; 18. Regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 17/DOWNLOAD/2006 concerning Fisheries Catch Effort; 19. The decision of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 174 in 1997 about Voting Procedures Guidelines Retribution region; 20. The decision of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 175 in 1997 about the Ordinance Guidelines for examination in the field Regional Levies; 21. The decision of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 119 in 1998 about the scope and types of Levy region; 22. The decision of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 43 in 1999 about the System Administration Procedures, local tax Levies and Miscellaneous Income; 23. The decision of the Minister of marine and Fisheries the number KEP. 38/DOWNLOAD/2003 about Productivity Tools Fishing; 24. The decision of the Minister of marine and Fisheries the number KEP. 40/DOWNLOAD/2003 about small scale Fisheries Firms Criteria and on a large scale in the field of Fishing Effort; 25. The decision of the Minister of marine and Fisheries the number KEP. 2/DOWNLOAD/2004 regarding Business Permitting the cultivation of fish; 26. The decision of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 245 in 2004 about the guidelines of Public Services Levy Rate Determination; 27. The decision of the Minister of marine and Fisheries the number KEP. 22/DOWNLOAD/2004 on the acceptance of State Voting Procedures is not a tax on the Department of marine and Fisheries that are derived from the Fisheries Levy; 28. the regulations of the province of West Papua Region no. 4 in 2009 about the Organization and the Work of the Regional Office-Agency of the province of West Papua (Regional in 2009 Gazette Number 34) Shared Agreement With the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REGIONAL PROVINCE of WEST PAPUA and WEST PAPUA GOVERNOR DECIDED: set the:P ERATURAN AREA of FISHERIES BUSINESS LICENSE LEVY. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. The Central Government, hereinafter referred to as the Government, is the President of the Republic of Indonesia that holds the powers of the Government of the Republic of


4 Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945. 2. Local governance is the Organization of the autonomous Government by the local authorities and the regional House of representatives according to the principle of Autonomy and Pembantuan with perinsip in the system of the existence of autonomous and unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia Perinsip as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945. 3. Local Government is the Governor of the Region as an element of the device along with the organizers of local governance. 4. The area is the province of West Papua. 5. The Governor is the Governor of West Papua. 6. The representative of the Governor is the Governor of the province of West Papua. 7. the Regional House of representatives hereafter referred to PARLIAMENT is the institution of the regional House of representatives as an organizer of local governance. 8. Department of Marine and Fisheries Agency was the province of West Papua. 9. the head of Department is the Head Office of maritime and Fisheries province of West Papua. 10. cash the cash Area area is the province of West Papua. 11. Fisheries are all activities related to the management and utilization of fish resources and the environment starting from pre production, production, processing up to marketing, which is implemented in a system of fishery business. 12. Fish is any kind of organism that all or part of a cycle of his life in the aquatic environment. 13. the governing body is a group of people and or capital which is the unity of both doing business and not doing business that includes limited liability company, the company Komanditer, the company's other State-owned enterprises or business entity belonging to the area by the name and in any form, the firm, the sharing, cooperative, Association, Assembly, foundations, Organizations, social organizations, Political or similar Organizations, institutions, forms of business fixed , and other forms. 14. Fishing Effort is all individual or legal entities attempt to catch or cultivate fish including activities store, refrigerate, transport or preservation of fish for commercial purposes. 15. Venture Fishing is an activity that aims to obtain fish diperairan which is not cultivated in a State with a tool or by any means, including activities that use the vessel for loading, transporting, storing, cooling, processing or mengawetkannya. 16. Business Transporting Fish is a special activity that performs the collection and or transport of fish by using a ship transporting fish, both conducted by Fishery Companies as well as by the company rather than the company's fisheries. 17. the Effort of collecting and transporting the fish business is collecting the results of fishing and transporting fishery results from fish auction or place of production to the place of fisheries marketing results by using transportation by land or sea transport. 18. Fish Cultivation Effort is an activity to maintain, raise and harvest the fish, or produced results with tools or in any way, including activities store, refrigerate, transport or mengawetkannya for commercial purposes. 19. Processing the results of the Fishery is the effort or the treatment of production at the time of processing or fish harvested and either the traditionally that is processing as simple as drying, salting, smoking, pemindangan and others, as well as in medern like freezing and canning.

5 Investigators are Pejab. The fishing company is a company doing business and fisheries conducted by citizens or legal entities Indonesua Republic of Indonesia. 21. Public Waters are Lakes, reservoirs and rivers that traverses the district/city. 22. Fishing vessel is a vessel which is specifically used for catching fish include hold, store, refrigerate it or preserve it, measuring 10 to 30 GT and GT machines consisting of 30 up to 90 DK DK. 23. Fish transport ship is a ship that is specifically used for transporting fish include hold, store, refrigerate or preserve size 10 up to 30 GT GT and a magnitude from 30 up to 90 DK DK. 24. Fisheries Business Licence hereinafter abbreviated SIUP permission in writing is a must-have business to conduct Fisheries Company fishing with the use of the means of production that are listed in the Permit. 25. the Fishing Licence hereinafter abbreviated SIPI is a must-have written permission every vessel fishing for fish making arrests that are part of which is inseparable from the Fishery Business Licence; 26. Fish Carrier Licence hereinafter abbreviated SIKPI is written permission which should be owned by every ship freight conduct fishing for fish. 27. the Collection of fisheries is the levy Concession Rights over the Country and/or the utilization of fish resources which must be paid to the Government by the company that did the Indonesia fishery fishery effort or by foreign fishing companies doing business of catching fish. 28. the area of Retribution hereafter Retribution is a collection area as payment for granting certain Permissions that are specific and provided or granted the regional government for the benefit of Private Persons or entities. 29. The compulsory Levy is a private Person or entity according to the laws and regulations required to make a payment Levy Levy;. 30. Regional Levies Ordinance Letters which further shortened SKRD is the letter that specifies the amount of Levy Ordinance staple retribution. 31. The letter further areas Levy Bill abbreviated STRD is a letter to do the administrative sanction or Levy Bill in the form of interest and/or a fine. 32. The payment of the Levy is the size of the obligations to be met by the compulsory Levy in accordance with the letter of the Ordinance Levies Area 33. Billing Area Levy is a series of activities of the regional Levy collection that begins with submission of a letter of warning, a letter of Reprimand in order that concerned implement the obligation to pay the Levy in accordance with the amount of the Levies payable. 34. The expiry is a tool to obtain something or to be exempt from a certain time and on the terms specified by the Act. 35. the investigation of criminal acts is a series of actions taken by the investigator civil servant in a Government environment province of West Papua. 36. at the police of the Republic of Indonesia, officials or Civil Servants of the country which was given special duties and authorities by law to conduct the investigation.

6 CHAPTER II FISHING EFFORT article 2 (1) Fishing Effort consists of: a. the effort of catching fish; b. Business Hauling fish; c. collection and Hauling the fish Business; d. the attempt of cultivating fish; e. Fish Processing Business. (2) Fishing Effort referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is the Effort of catching fish in the sea. (3) Business Transporting Fish as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b business is the carriage of fish in the sea that use transports fish. (4) the Business of collecting and transporting the fish as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is the collection and transport of fish using land transport. (5) Attempt of cultivating Fish as referred to in paragraph (1) letter d include a. the cultivation of fish in the sea and brackish water; b. the cultivation of fish in public waters. (6) Fish Processing Business as referred to in paragraph (1) letter e include: a. Processing fish in the traditional way; b. processing of fish with modern ways. CHAPTER III Licensing article 3 any person or private Entity can do business the fisheries referred to in article 2. Article 4 (1) Fishing Effort referred to in article 3 may be executed after getting permission from the Governor. (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1) is poured in the form of: a. SIUP and SIPI for fisheries; b. SIUP and SIKPI for transports fish; c. SIUP for collection and transportation of fish; d. SIUP for fish farms; e. SIUP for fish processing. (3) the permit referred to in subsection (2) may not be moved hand over. (4) the permit referred to in subsection (2) is given to the applicant the permit after paying off retribution. (5) of the Ordinance and the terms of granting the permission referred to in subsection (2), established by regulation of the Governor the rights and obligations of article 5 (1) every Private Person or entity doing business the fisheries referred to in article 3 is entitled: a. get Licensing Services; b. get guidance, coaching, and protection in doing business.


(2) any Private person or entity doing business the fisheries referred to in article 3 is mandatory: a. have SIUP, SIPI, and SIKPI; b. comply with the provisions and regulations in force. The operational area of the vessel and the location of Fish Farms Fisheries article 6 Territorial fisheries business license and operational ship fisheries and fish farms or a location either on the sea or in public waters noted in SIUP, SIPI and SIKPI is concerned. The validity period of permission article 7 (1) a permit referred to in article 4 applies to: a. PROVIDED fish capture and transport ship for as long as the question is still running its business activities, unless there are expansion or reduction of his efforts; b. collection and transportation PROVIDED, fish, fish cultivation and processing of the fish concerned was still valid for running its business activities; c. SIPI and SIKPI valid for 2 (two) years and can be extended upon application for Permit holders. (2) the holder PROVIDED, as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, every year the obligatory melporkan development efforts. (3) extension of the SIPI and SIKPI at subsection (1) is marked with a sign points of evidence in full and are subject to a levy. Revocation of article 8 Permits as referred to in article 7-point (b) and (c) may be revoked if: a. the Permit expired and was not renewed; b. infringes the provisions of the permit and the applicable legislation; c. using false documents; d. the permission returned by the holder of the permit before it expired. CHAPTER IV LEVY of the name of the object and the subject of Retribution article 9 by the name of Fisheries business license imposed a levy on each permit anyone spending or private agency. Article 10 objects of Retribution is every holder of a permit.

8 article 11 the subject of Retribution is a private Person or entity that acquires permission. The Levy article 12 Levy referred to in article 10 is The Licensing of certain Retribution. How to measure the level of use of Services Article 13 Service Level measured by the magnitude of the level of effort, as well as the type and nature of the business the number of permits. Principles and objectives In the determination of the magnitude of the Rate structure and Article 14 (2) Principles and objectives In the determination of the structure and magnitude of Tariff Levy is based on the goal to cover part or the same as the cost of organizing the granting of permission. (2) the cost of organizing as referred to in subsection (1) includes costs of publishing Permits, supervision in the field, law enforcement, and the cost of administering the impact of granting permission. Structure and magnitude of Tariff levy on Article 15 (1) structure and magnitude of tariff Levy is classified based on the type and size of the vessel. (2) the structure and the magnitude of the price of the Levy referred to in subsection (1) are listed in the annex which is an integral part of the rules section of this area. The region and authorities Levy Voting article 16 (1) a levy payable in a place free of objects of Retribution is located. (2) environmental officials at the Department of marine and Fisheries was appointed as Treasurer of special recipients as referred to in paragraph (1) established by decision of the Governor. (3) the Department of Revenue of the regional province of West Papua is the Coordinator of the Polling Levy referred to in subsection (1). Voting procedures article 17 Voting Retribution should not be diborongkan. Article 18 Levy imposed by using SKRD or other documents used interchangeably.

9 the time of Retribution And when the Levy Payable article 19 permits and Levy Period List Reset timing term in accordance with the validity period of the list permissions and restarted. Article 20 Levy payable occurs at the time published SKRD. Administrative penalties Article 21 in terms of Compulsory Levies do not pay on time or less pay, administrative penalties in the form of an interest rate of 2% (two percent) per month from the Levy payable, which are not or less paid and billed using STRD. The procedures for Payment Article 22 (1) the payment of Levies made on the cash Area through a special receiver Department Treasurer marine and Fisheries using SKRD. (2) the results of the payment of the Levy must be paid by the Treasurer Cash acceptance into a Special Area no later than 1 x 24 hours. (3) the payment of the Levy referred to in subsection (1) provided evidence of payment. (4) any payment referred to in subsection (3) is recorded in the book acceptance. (5) the procedures for the payment of the Levies set by regulation of the Governor. Billing procedures Article 23 Levy payable based on the number of mentions SKRD retribution to be paid was increased and the levy that is not or less paid for by a compulsory levy, charged with using STRD. Article 24 Form used for Billing implementation of Levy referred to in Article 11 paragraph (1), established by regulation of the Governor. Reprimand of article 25 (1) letter of Reprimand Expenditure or warning letter or other similar actions as the start of the implementation of the Levy collection, issued 7 (seven) days after the due date of payment. (2) within a period of 7 (seven) days after the date of the letter of Reprimand or a warning letter or other similar Letters, the compulsory Levy should pay the Levy Payable. (3) a letter of Reprimand or a warning letter or other similar Letter as referred to in paragraph (1) was issued by the Governor's Decision.

10 Reduction, Relief and deliverance Levy Article 26 (1) the Governor may grant a reduction, Relief and Liberation of retribution. (2) the procedures for administering the reduction, Exemption and Relief Levy as in paragraph (1) established by regulation of the Governor. Expiration and deletion of accounts receivable Levy Retribution Because Billing Expired article 27 (1) the right to perform billing Retribution, expire after a period of time beyond the 2 (two) years counted since terutangnya Retribution, unless Compulsory levies do criminal acts in the field of retribution. (2) billing Expiring Levy referred to in subsection (1), tertangguh when: a. Published a letter of reprimand; or b. There is recognition of the Compulsory Levy of Levy debt either directly or indirectly. Article 28 (1) accounts receivable Levies that can be removed is accounts receivable Levies indicated in other documents or SKRD equated which cannot or may not be billed again, because the Mandatory Levy died with leave no inheritance and had no heir, could not be found, had no more wealth or because the right to perform the billing already expired. (2) to ensure the State Compulsory Levy referred to in subsection (1), the local examination must be performed against a Compulsory Levy, as the basis for determining the magnitude of Retribution that could not be billed again. (3) accounts receivable sebagimana Levy referred to in subsection (1), can only be eliminated following the report of the examination administration research regarding Expired billing Levy established with Regulations of the Governor. (4) on the basis of reports and Research Administration referred to in paragraph (3), the end of each calendar year the Governor create a list of accounts receivable for the removal of any kind of Retribution that contains a Compulsory Levy, Levy amount owed, the amount of the Levy has been paid, the remaining accounts receivable Levies and information on Compulsory Levies. (5) the Governor conveyed the proposal abolition of accounts receivable Levy to the Council of representatives of the regional province of West Papua at the end of each calendar year with the enclosed list of deletion of accounts receivable as referred to in paragraph (4). (6) the removal of accounts receivable Levies set by regulation of the Governor. Chapter V FUND CONSTRUCTION of Article 29 (1) To Levy Collector Agencies awarded Funds coaching from the realization of the acceptance of Retribution that deposited the cash into the region. (2) the Division of the funds of the construction referred to in paragraph (1) established by regulation of the Governor.


11 Compulsory Levies that are not implementing the PROVISIONS of CHAPTER VI INVESTIGATION on kewajib of article 30 (1) of the particular civil servant Officials in the local government environment was authorized as a Special Investigator to conduct the investigation of criminal acts in the field of Levy, referred to in the law of criminal procedure in force. (2) the authority of the investigator as referred to in paragraph (1), is to: a. Receive, seek, collect and examine information or reports with regard to criminal acts in the field of Retribution so that such reports or information to be complete and clear; b. researching, finding and collecting Personal information about the person or entity about the truth of the acts committed in connection with a criminal offence in the field of Retribution; c. Requesting information and evidence from a private Person or entity with respect to any criminal action in the field of Retribution; d. Examine the books, records and other documents relating to criminal acts in the field of Retribution; e. Conducting the search to obtain evidence bookkeeping, record keeping and other documents, as well as do foreclosures against evidence; f. enlisted the help of experts in the framework of the implementation of the tasks of investigation criminal acts in the field of Retribution; g. Enjoin or prohibit someone stop and leave the room or place at the time of the ongoing examination and checking the identity of the person and or documents taken as intended the letter e; h. Photographing someone who deals with criminal acts in the field of Rertibusi; i. call the person to hear his statement and checked as a suspect or a witness; j. stop the investigation; Do any other Act that is necessary for the smooth running of the crime investigation in the field of Retribution according to the applicable law. (3) the investigator as referred to in paragraph (1) notify the commencement of investigation and convey the results of penyidikannya to the public prosecutor's Office Police Officials through the Republic of Indonesia, in accordance with the provisions set forth in the law of criminal procedure in force. CHAPTER VII, the CRIMINAL PROVISIONS of article 31 (1) Whoever violates the provisions as referred to in article 4 is liable for criminal confinement of not longer than 6 (six) months or a maximum fine of Rp. 50,000,000.00 (fifty million rupiah) with or not to certain items seized areas, unless other specified in laws-invitation. (2) its skill, thus harming the financial Area threatened criminal confinement of not longer than 6 (six) months or a maximum fine of 4 (four) times the amount of the Levies payable.

12 trade protection to fisheries CHAPTER IX, coaching, SUPERVISION and CONTROL of the construction, supervision and control of the fishing Effort covers the Licensing business climate, means effort, oduksi, marketing and quality of results Article 34 supervision and coaching, Pengen agaimana referred to in article 33 is done on a regular basis and continuous compliance with the authorities of the region. Implementation Coaching, supervision and control of regulated further by Regulation of the Governor. CHAPTER X KETENTU TAKEOVER Of private or Agency doing business don't have a Fishing permit and or have permission in accordance with local regulations this CHAPTER XI KETENT SHUT OFF with the introduction of applicable local regulations of the Governor of the province of West Papua number 10 in 2006 about the licensing Effort fisheries in the province of Irian Jaya l 38 things that haven't been set up in this area, all regarding its implementation will be further regulated by regulation of the Governor. CHAPTER VIII the EMPOWERMENT and PROTECTION of article 32 (1) local governments improve the empowerment of fishers and fish farmers through conducting education, training, and outreach to enhance knowledge and skills in the areas of arrest, the cultivation, processing and marketing of fish. (2) local governments give in accordance with those powers. Article 33 the pr technique of fishing. Dalian seb 35 AN Article PER Article 36 that has that are not obliged to ask Permission for a period of at least 6 (six) months from the promulgation of the regulations in this Area. UAN PE Article 37 West, then repealed and declared inapplicable. 39 Article 13 Rules on the regulation of this area are valid on the date of promulgation. invitation applicable local itetapkan in Manokwari er 2009 ABRAHAM ATURURI o. Enacted in Manokwari 009 g. CELSIUS AUPARAY SHEET AREAS the PROVINCE of WEST PAPUA in 2009 NUMBER 40 to let everyone know, ordered peng this with its placement in the piece of the regional province of West Papua. D on the 2nd Desemb GOVERNOR of West PAPUA on December 4, 2 REGIONAL SECRETARY of the PROVINCE of WEST PAPUA, 14 REGIONAL REGULATIONS DESCRIPTION the PROVINCE of WEST PAPUA PE BUSINESS LICENSE LEVY of WEST PAPUA PROVINCE i. UM hwa utilization of fish resources are directed to the maximum prosperity and kesejahter arian fish resources also serve to foster the efforts of fisheries and provide certainty in order management and utilization of fish resources in the relationship it above and in accordance with the Law Number 32 year 2004 about Government II. Article 1 clearly article 2 (1) clear up the TOP number 10 in 2009 ABOUT the RIKANAN in Ba UM aan people, however in utilizing resources such fish always should keep preserved. This means the business of fish resources must be balanced with ukurnya power, so as to provide benefits continuously and sustainably. In other words the utilization of fish resources must be done rationally. One way to maintain the sustainability of fish resources is done by controlling the fishing effort through licensing. Licensing in addition serves to keep the kelest fisheries. To encourage the development of fisheries, both individuals and legal entities are given the convenience in the form of the enactment of the fisheries business license as long as the company is still operating. This does not mean giving leeway for employers, especially fisheries to exploit fish resources without control. The control stick is done with the determination of a certain period of operation of the vessel which is associated with the availability of fish resources. Furthermore the province of West Papua to obtain optimal and sustainable benefits, as well as provided the sustainability of fish resources, need to be done coaching, empowerment, protection, monitoring and control through licensing. Se an juncties Area, Act No. 31 of 2004 regarding fisheries, Act No. 34 of 2000 on changes to the Act No. 18 of 1997 on Tax and regional Levies areas, government regulation Number 66 in 2001 about Levy and regional government regulation Number 54 in 2002 about the fishing Effort, then seen the need to set the permissions Businesses fisheries in West Papua Province with the local regulations. ARTICLE for the SAKE of ARTICLE 15 Paragraph Quite Cuk is quite obviously pretty clear pretty clear pretty clear H ruf a imaksud with traditional processing is the letter b with a modern way of processing article 3 sufficiently clear article 4 permit application completes the paperwork and pay off the article 5 sufficiently clear article 6 article 7 clearly ukup las sufficiently clear article 9 is quite clear paragraph (2) of paragraph (3) of paragraph (4) of subsection (5) of paragraph (6) u d Processing by means as simple as drying , salting, pemindangan, fogging. The processing is in the use of modern equipment with processed forms such as: freezing and canning etc. levy then its permissions will be processed no later than 7 (seven) working days. C Sufficient je Article 8 16 Article 10 sufficiently clear article 11 article 12 is quite clear Certain Licensing Levy is an activity to a particular Government Service Usage levels of Chapter 13 is the quantity of use of Services of article 14 is quite clear Article 15 article 16 clearly Enough at (1) pat doesn't have to Levy the same object with a Mandatory clause (2 up clear. Verse (3 ordinator ballots involved provide guidance in article 17 is not able to diborongkan is that Article 18 is the other documents that equated is an area in the order granting Permission to a private Person or entity that is meant for coaching, supervision over the use of space activities, the use of natural resources, goods, infrastructure means certain facilities or in order to protect the public interest and maintaining environmental sustainability. as the basis for the allocation of the burden of the costs to be assumed for the services in question. V. Tem Retribution. Budget Users) Cuk) Ko ballots, remittance and reporting. the whole process of voting activities of the levy cannot be handed on to third parties. a document which determines the magnitude of the principal amount of retribution in lieu of SKRD.


17 article 19 article 20 clearly Quite clear enough the imposition of administrative penalties Article 21 interest intended to be Article 22 Article 23 is quite clear what is meant by other similar letter is the letter of article 24 is quite clear Article 25 Article 26 at is quite clear (1) t kadaluasa this Levy Billing needs to be set to Verse (6 H ruf with regards to the publication of a letter of Reprimand expiry, the letter b is mandatory direct fig article 27 quite clearly pretty obvious Article 29 is pretty clear Mandatory Levy obligation of carrying out timely. equated with a letter of Reprimand and/or warning letter in lieu of a letter of Reprimand and warning letter. V. Saa gives legal certainty when the Levy Debt could not be billed again. ) u in billing is calculated from the date of the submission of a letter of Reprimand. Acknowledgement of debt Levy sec Levies with the kasadarannya society still has a debt of Retribution and not pay it off to local governments. Article 28 18 article 30 ukup clear Verses (1 does Empowerment is the effort to improve the quality of kukan human resources (Paragraph 2 is the Protection is a akukan effort to provide a sense of security to businessmen Article 33 a. the definition of coaching is all efforts that include the giving of instructions, guidance, direction and guidance in the management of fish resources. and obligations of article 34 p clear ADDITIONAL SHEETS of the REGIONAL PROVINCE of WEST PAPUA NUMBER 40 C article 31 Article 32) quite clear dila in order to improve his business. dil) fisheries. b. the definition of Surveillance is a series of activities to collect and process data, or other information to test compliance with Licensing fulfillment of Retribution; c. the definition of Control are all efforts that include setting, research and utilization of Fish Resources. Cuku Article 35 Article 36 is quite clear clear enough Article 37 Article 38 clearly Enough quite clearly Article 39 quite clearly 19 Attachment:P eraturan Area of West Papua Province No. 10 of 2009 Date. December 2, 2009 TARIFF LEVY on LICENSING FISHING EFFORT NO. capacity/TYPE of BUSINESS KET SIZE LEVY MAGNITUDE 1 2 5 3 4 I. 2 HAVE AN IPI SIUP FISH 10-20 GT 1 – 30 6-24 GT GT GT 5-30 500 000,-/Per Permissions permission/Per 50.000,-800,000,-/Kapal. 500,000,-/Kapal run sahanya berla SIUP unless there is ua (2) 1. . A CATCHER S 2 1 2 7-10 GT 2.250.000 Ship 4 7,-/ku for expansion of the U of m. SIPI apply d year II 1. A FISH TRANSPORT SHIP carried 6 – 24 GT GT 5 – 30.600,000,-/Kapal.-/Kapal, 000.000 SIKPI apply two (2), hun. The ship Peng SIKPI HAVE 10 – 15 1 2 GT 1,500,000, 3 6/Kapal ta-III. Rlaku for Fish Collection SIUP running his business. 1,500,000,-/Surat SIUP be IV. BUSINESS LICENSE FISH FARMERS SIUP a. Freshwater Fish farming: u.s. acreage 2 Ha-Extensive areal 2-3 Ha b. -a: 50,000.0-00000.0-250,000.0-00000.0-. 000000.0-IUP is valid for sahanya. -Lu-Extensive areal > 3 Ha of brackish water fish farming: broad area of 0.5-1 Wide-area H-1 – 2 Ha Wide areal > 2 Ha c. sea-water fish farming-Broad area 1 Ha-Wide area of 1 – 2 Ha-Extensive areal > 2 Ha 1 2 200,000.0-250,000.0-500,000.0-3 750,000.0-1 S run u 20 V. FISH PROCESSING BUSINESS LICENSE PROVIDED, a. b. Traditional Modern 00000 ,/surat-150,/surat-IUP is valid for run a business. 5 S m WEST PAPUA GOVERNOR ABRAHAM ATURURI, 21 O.