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Regulation 4 12 Maluku province Area. Act No. 32 of 2008 about the formation of the County in Southern Maluku province Rush; 13. Government Regulation Number 64 in 1957 about the surrender of some Central Government Affairs, among others, in the field of Marine Fisheries to the region level I (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 1957 the number 139, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1490); 14. Government Regulation No. 15 of 1990, jo. Government Regulation Number 46 in 1993, jo Government Regulation Number 141 in 2000 about the fishing Effort; 15. Government Regulation Number 142 in 2000 about the Tariff Over the kind of Acceptance State Tax is not applicable in the Department of marine and Fisheries; 16. Government Regulation Number 66 in 2001 about Retribution area (Sheet Republic of Indonesia Number 116 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4139); 17. 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); 18. 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); 19. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local authorities and the regional Government of the province, Kabupaten/kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737);
Regulatory Region 5 20 Maluku province. Local regulations level I Province Maluku number 05 in 1987 about Investigator civil servants in local government Environment level I the Moluccas; 21. Applicable local Maluku province number 03 of 2007 on the establishment of the Organization and the Work of the Regional Office-Office of Maluku province; Together With The Approval Of The HOUSE Of REPRESENTATIVES Of The REGIONAL GOVERNOR Of MALUKU And MALUKU PROVINCE DECIDED REGIONAL REGULATION: Setting: MALUKU PROVINCE ABOUT RETRIBUTION FISHERIES BUSINESS LICENSE. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. The area is an area of Maluku province; 2. The regional government is the head of the region along with other autonomous Devices as the Executive area of Maluku province; 3. The head of the Maluku Governor or Region; 4. the Department of Marine and Fisheries Agency is Maluku province; 5. the head of Department is the head of the Fisheries Agency and the Maritime Province of Maluku;
Regulation 6 6 Maluku province Area. The fish is all kinds of fish including fish eggs and all kinds of animals that are found in the waters of the well at maun on land such as Lake, Lake, swamps, streams and pools-pools; 7. The results of the other Waters are all types of Fisheries which results not included in point f of this article; 8. The fishing Effort is all individual or legal entities attempt to catch or cultivate fish, including, among others, the activities of collecting, loading, storing, processing, cooling, preservation and transport of fish for commercial purposes; 9. Fishery Company is a company that was founded specifically for doing business and Fisheries conducted by the Indonesia legal entity; 10. fishing Effort is an activity that aims to obtain fish diperairan in circumstances not cultivated with tools or any means including an activity that uses the ship to load, meyimpan, processing, cooling, preservation and moved for commercial purposes; 11. Business transporting fish is a special activity that performs the collection and or transporting fish using fish transport ship, both conducted by Fishery Companies as well as by the company rather than the company's fisheries; 12. Fish Cultivation Effort is an activity to maintain, raise and or membiakan of fish and types of other Fisheries as well as the results of harvesting results with tools or in any way, including activities store, cool, or mengawetkannya for commercial purposes; 13. Fishing Vessel is a ship or boat or other floating tool used to make fishing including for surveys or exploratory Fisheries; 14. Fish transport ship is a ship that is specifically used for catching fish include hold, store, cool, or preserve; 15. Fishing Tool is a means and equipment or other objects used to catch fish;
Rule 7 16 Maluku province Area. Fishing tools are the means and equipment or other yan objects used to help fishing efficiency and effectiveness; 17. The units of the fleet Fishing Boat Fishing is a group that consists of a fishing vessel which had no palkah, Auxiliary ship Catching fish and Fish transport ship; 18. the means of production is the means used to conduct a Fishing, the cultivation of fish and other aquatic biota or; 19. fisheries management Region fisheries waters is limited to the territory of the regional law of Maluku province as part of the waters of Indonesia with a limit of 12 miles down and ground waters such as lakes, Lake, swamps, streams and puddles; 20. The units of the fleet Fishing boat fishing is a group that consists of a fishing vessel which had no palkah, auxiliary ship catching fish and fish transport ship; 21. Business plan is a plan of activities that will be undertaken by individuals and businesses or law incorporated within a certain period that includes a number of types and sizes of ships or fishing and fishing tools; area businesses capture, collection, cultivation and processing; the estimated benchmark price over the use of the equipment, boat fishing and capital purchase of fish and other aquatic results in order to gain Fisheries business license; 22. Fisheries business license (IUP), namely written permission which should be owned by every business or individual and legal entities doing business in the field of fisheries, including aquaculture, arrest efforts, collecting/hauling and processing against the type of fish and other fishery types or results; 23. The letter of Fisheries (SPI) i.e. which must be flagged fishing vessels each owned Indonesia for conducting fisheries fisheries management in the region and is the part that is inseparable from IUP;
Regulation 8 24 Maluku province Area. Catcher Vessel permit and Fish Transport (SIKPPI) which must be possessed any vessel flagged Fishing Fleet Units in Indonesia are catching fish to perform the capture and transport of fish used by individuals and businesses or legal body in the field of Fisheries; 25. Fish Carrier Licence (SIKPI) i.e. letter of permission which must be owned by any vessel flagged Indonesia fish for fish transportation activities performed by individuals and businesses or legal body in the field of fisheries; 26. The levy collection is the top Fisheries estimates the price of fishing tools, container, perikananan and other means of production or the magnitude of the capital collection/purchase fish and other fishery results owned by entrepreneurs or individuals and incorporated the law at the time of acquiring the IUP/SPI/SIKPI new and or at the time of the extension over the SPI/SIKPI; 27. Letter of registration of objects of Retribution which further shortened SPORD Area; 28. The letter of the Ordinance Levies an additional pay-Less Areas hereinafter abbreviated SKRDKBT; 29. Regional Levies Ordinance Letter which further shortened SKRD; 30. The letter a sign Levy County that subsequently abbreviated STRD; 31. The inspection of the vessel fishing is an activity that aims to examine the physical truth ship fisheries, capture tool and other tools in the field to document adapted to the ship; 32. The Fishing Vessel Inspection technical team is a team that is composed of several technical officers and Marine Fisheries Agency provinces and Kabupaten/Kota to perform a physical examination of the fishing vessels in order to reform new or renewal upon the SPI/SIKPI;
Regulation 9 33 Maluku province Area. Expansion is the addition of the number of Fishing boats fishing and or the addition of the type of business activity that is not yet listed in the fisheries business license; 34. the expansion of Aquaculture is the addition of an area of land or the addition of the type of business the fisheries that are not yet listed in the fisheries business license. CHAPTER II name, OBJECT and SUBJECT LEVIES article 2 under the name of Fisheries business license imposed Levy Levy vote fisheries. Chapter 3 Fisheries business license Levy Object is the granting of fisheries business license article 4 Subject Fisheries business license Levy is a private person or business entity who obtained the business license of fisheries. CHAPTER III the LEVY and the PROCEDURES FOR MEASURING the LEVELS of USE of the SERVICE article 5 Levy Fisheries business license is classed as a particular Licensing Retribution.
Applicable local Maluku province 10 article 6 Subject Fisheries business license Levy is an individual or legal entity who obtained the business license fishing and other types of Licensing Documents for doing business fisheries (SPI and SIKPI). CHAPTER IV REGION, the procedures for VOTING and HOW to PAY LEVY article 7 Territorial Fisheries business license Levy Levy is an Area of Maluku. Article 8 payment of the levy Fisheries conducted at once when the fishing business license taken. Article 9 payment of charges of fishing as referred to in article 8 of the above cash deposited to the area one time not later than twenty-four hours by the Treasurer of a special receiver. Chapter V the MAGNITUDE of TARIFF LEVY on article 10 (1) any issuance of business license fishing and other licensing documents for conducting fisheries in Maluku province subject to the levy once the validity period for the permit. (2) the levy over the fishing effort result set as follows: a. the activity of penagkapan fish small-scale fisheries companies 1% multiplied productivity ship multiplied the benchmark price of fish and large scale companies 2.5% of benchmark price multiplied fish. b. activities of the fish farms of 1% of the entire sale price multiplied by the fish farms.
Applicable local Maluku province 11 (3) if there is a number of investments that have not been taken into account (going on the addition of investment) after getting the new IUP and after registration birthday before the levy calculated fisheries back of 1%. (4) the assessment of the price as referred to in subsection (1) done by the Assessor (APPRAISAL) appointed by the Governor. CHAPTER VI types, LICENSING REQUIREMENTS and PROCEDURES for FISHERY BUSINESS type of business of the first part of fisheries article 11 (1) type of business licensing fisheries include: a. the Fisheries business license (IUP); b. letter of Catching fish (SPI); c. Fish Carrier Licence (SIKPI); d. Permit Ships to transport Fish and Catcher (SIKPPI) (2) every person or legal entity wishing to undertake business activities in the area of fisheries fisheries management mandatory Maluku province has a Fisheries business license. The second part of the Licensing Requirements of the Ordinance and article 12 (1) Fisheries business license (IUP) referred to article 11 paragraph (2) is obtained by means of the applicant to apply to the Governor of Maluku or the designated Officials accompanied the completeness requirements licensing as follows: a. business plan b. Statute for legal entities or individual efforts of residents to Sign. c. Maluku province applicable local TAX ID 12 d. Technical Recommendation from the head of the Fisheries Agency and the Maritime district/city. e. letter of permission in place of business (THERE). f. presentation of environmental information (the PILL) or AMDAL for Cultivation. g. Letter Contract Petuanan the sea for Cultivation. h. Statements capable of paying the Pingutan Fisheries in accordance with the applicable. (2) the business plan referred to subsection (1) of this article should be filled with clear, complete and correct and stamped and signed by the applicant and its power. (3) the fishing Effort Plans filed by any person or legal entity will be used as the basis to calculate the magnitude of the fisheries levy will be paid. (4) any individual business or legal body has obtained the fishing business license (IUP), before doing business mandatory arrests have Catching fish (SPI) for each ship to be used with a size of over 10 up to 30 GT GT as well as not to use foreign labor. (5) letter of Catching fish (SPI) referred to paragraph (4) of this article can be obtained by means of the applicant, apply to the Marine and Fisheries Agency Chief of Maluku province accompanied the completeness requirements licensing as follows: a. a copy of the Fisheries business license (IUP); b. a copy of the mark registration of ships (Grosse Certificate); c. a copy of the Letter to measure ship/Pas Annual; d. a copy of the health Certificate and Pengawakan ship; e. results of physical examinations of the ship (original);
Applicable local Maluku province 13 (6) any Individual Business or legal body which has gained IUP, before making an attempt of arrest and transport of fish and other aquatic results, required to have the SIKPPII for every ship that serves as a carrier which has been listed on the General provisions. (7) the catching Vessel Permit and transporting Fish Indonesia (SIKPPII) referred to paragraph (6) of this article can be acquired in a manner referred to paragraph (5) of this article. (8) any individual business or legal body which has gained IUP, before doing business the transportation of fish and other aquatic results, required to have the SIKPII for each ship to be used with size not more than 30 GT and the magnitude of the machinery or of no more than 90 Horsepower (DK). (9) the fish Carrier Licence (SIKPI) referred to paragraph (8) of this article can be acquired in a manner referred to paragraph (5) of this article. (10) every ship of fisheries that operate in the waters of Maluku province was given compulsory identification. (11) any person or legal entity doing business in the field of fisheries catching, the cultivation, collection, transportation, storage, and processing/preservation of fish and other types of fishing results by using ships, ship a physical examination required to obtain a document will be published at a time when fisheries SPI/SIKPI new and renewal. (12) the head of the Fisheries Agency technical team formed the Maluku province Inspection Ship of fisheries through the decision letter and make the ship Inspection Guidelines for Fisheries technical team in the implementation of the inspection of the vessel. (13) the inspection of the Fishing Vessel can be made against ships that are under 30 GT or above 30 GT except for new construction and or shrimp trawl boat/Trawler fish which is the size limit of the central authority is reviewed by a team of Officers assisted the Center area as a team of helpers.
Maluku province Area regulation 14 (2) every person or legal entity wishing to do business in the fisheries of the coastal and marine resources of mandatory carrying out analysis on environmental impact (AMDAL). (15) the resources of coastal and Ocean Areas intended for conservation and greening activities cannot be allowed to exploit. Article 13 rights of Fishery the population according to the customary law and local custom recognized all not contrary to the Legislation in force. Article 14 (1) the Governor or a designated Officer in this case the head of the Fisheries Agency and the Maritime issue the IUP, SPI and or SIKPI to the applicant after the application as referred to in article 12 paragraph (3) and subsection (7) compliant and based on the provisions of the applicable regulations having regard to the circumstances and local conditions. (2) every Permit Holder shall be obliged to heed the Fishing Effort of fishing rights of residents according to the customary law and local customs in accordance with article 13 of the regulation of this area. Article 15 Would-be Fishing business license holder before doing business in fishery must have a building and the Organization of his Office, based at one of the places in the province of Maluku.
Maluku province Area regulations 15 article 16 (1) Fisheries business license as referred to article 12 paragraph (2) of the regulation of this area, valid for companies still doing business with the mandatory provisions of fisheries register back the fisheries business license every year. (2) registration return Fisheries business license as referred to in paragraph (1) in order to assess the fishing equipment, containers, fishery and means of production or the magnitude of the capital collection/purchase fish and other fishery results that have not been assessed after acquiring the new IUP and re-registration or at the time of the previous year are subject to a levy of fisheries. (3) Fishing Licence (SIPI) is valid for 3 (three) years of catching fish with the type of capture tool rawai tuna nets and drift gill huhate and 2 (two) years for catching fish with the type of capture tool in addition to the capture tool. (4) Fish Carrier Licence (SIKPI) valid for 3 (three) years and can be extended for the same period. Article 17 (1) Fisheries business license and other documents related to the fishing vessels must be brought by the holder of the permit on any perform operations and fishing or transporting fish, to be presented in the examination held at any time. (2) to avoid missing/damaged Fisheries business license, permit Holders could carry and showed a copy of a copy certified by the Marine and Fisheries Agency, except the SPI, the SIKPPI must be able to exhibit the originals at the time of the inspection carried out on board fishing.
Regulation of 16th Maluku province Area of article 18 (1) Fisheries business license in section 5 must be set explicitly in the ship, how many types of capture tool used for catching fish, types and outcomes of other fisheries as well as the vast area of cultivation. (2) the right of doing business from the holder of the fishing permit is limited to the kinds of fish and other aquatic products specified in the permissions granted. Article 19 prohibited fishing effort in doing the using materials and or tools that could undermine the sustainability of Fisheries Resources and the environment. Article 20 Fisheries business license (IUP) no longer valid or revoked: a. at the request of the holder of the business license or Fisheries; b. If within 6 (six) months after the permit was not issued or there has been no activity in waters fisheries do Maluku province by the holder of the business license or referred; c. If the terms in the license agreement or undertakings signed by the holder of the business license was not fulfilled as it should be or; d. If the business license holder turns out to be guilty of the offence set out in the regulation of this area or; e. Memindahtangankan IUP him without written consent from the giver of the consent or; f. If there arise a business license misused in a way that is detrimental to the State and or region.
Applicable local Maluku province 17 CHAPTER VII registration, ASSIGNMENT and COLLECTION of LEVIES Article 21 (1) Compulsory Levies required fill SPORD clearly, true and complete and signed by compulsory levy or power; (2) the form contents as well as the procedures for charging and delivery SPORD set with the decision of the Governor; (3) if the examination results found new or original data has not yet been revealed, leading to the addition of retribution, then published SKRDKBT; (4) the form and content of the publication SKRDKBT is governed by the decision of the Governor; (5) the levy levy cannot be diborongkan; (6) Levy imposed by using SKRD or other documents used interchangeably; (7) the Levy about magnitude SKRD or other documents identified and SKRDKBT stating the amount of the levy to be paid increases or levies that are not/less paid for by a compulsory levy charged by using STRD. CHAPTER VIII PROVISIONS of the INVESTIGATION section 22 (1) of the particular civil servant Officials surroundings of local Government was authorized as a special investigator to conduct the investigation of criminal acts in the field Regional Taxation referred to in Act No. 8 of 1981 on the book of the law of criminal law.
18 Maluku province Area regulations (2) the authority of the investigator as referred to in paragraph (1) of this article is: a. Receive, seek, collect and examine information or reports with regard to criminal acts in the field of taxation of the area 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 the criminal act of taxation of the area. c. Receive information and evidence from a private person or entity with respect to any criminal action in the field of taxation area. d. Receive the books, records, and documents relating to criminal acts in the field of taxation area. e. Conducting the search to obtain evidence, bookkeeping, record keeping and other documents as well as do foreclosures against the evidence. f. enlisted the help of experts in the framework of the implementation of the tasks of investigating criminal acts in the field of taxation area. g. Sent stop, prohibits a person leaving the room or place at the time of the ongoing examination and checking the identity of the person and or documents taken as stated on the letter e. h. Photographing someone related to a criminal offence in the taxation area. i. call the people to be heard and examined his statement as a suspect or a witness.
Local regulations 19 j. Maluku province stopped the investigation. k. Perform other actions that are necessary for the smooth running of the crime investigation in the field regional taxation according to the law which can be accountable. b. the investigator as referred to in paragraph (1) of this article, notify the commencement of investigation and convey the results of penyidikannya to the public prosecutor, in accordance with the provisions set forth in the law of criminal procedure. CHAPTER IX of the CRIMINAL PROVISIONS of article 23 (1) Compulsory Levies that do not carry out obligations to the detriment of the financial Area threatened criminal confinement of not longer than 6 (six) months or a maximum fine of 4 (four) times the amount of Levy indebted. (2) a criminal offence as referred to subsection (1) is an offence. CHAPTER X the CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 24 with the enactment of the regulations in this Area, then the Regulation region of Maluku province number 11 in 2004 about Levy stated Fisheries business license no longer valid.
Applicable local Maluku province 20 Article 25 of the regulation of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the piece area of Maluku province. Confirmed in Ambon on December 30, 2008 GOVERNOR KAREL ALBERT RALAHALU MALUKU, Enacted in Ambon on December 30, 2008 the REGIONAL SECRETARY of the Moluccas, Nn. ROSA FELISTAS FAR-FAR SHEET REGION of MALUKU PROVINCE in 2008 number 11 Regulation 21 Maluku province Region EXPLANATION of REGULATORY REGIONS of MALUKU PROVINCE number: 11 in 2008 ABOUT the FISHERIES BUSINESS LICENSE LEVY i. GENERAL EXPLANATION that with the enactment of Act No. 32 of 2004 on local governance It is a step that is essential for development in the region, especially in reform in various areas of development which will give Hallmark has the area in order to take care of its own Regions to support the tasks of Government, development and societal. Development Planning Area keseimbangna noteworthy Maluku province and territory development of the economic, social, cultural, environmental, political and governance for sustainable development terwujutnya. Thus the dominant aspects in the construction area of Maluku province is the aspect of the people's economy, and for that it is in the face of the era of globalization, local governments need to be oriented in Maluku province development potential sectors that become the flagship or Prima Donna for each region in order to enhance global pasa in saying such fishery.
Local regulations 22 Maluku Province Regional Development Strategy kegiajakan Maluku province over the past five years of economic sectors is increasing the scale of natural resource utilization of difessipikatif marine managed optimally, professional and ongoing including the ability of qualified human resources in the field of fisheries in order to generate foreign exchange for the region. In accordance with the terms of the above, in order to improve services to the community in granting business license and ensure continuity in the fisheries accord condition infestations and authorities of the Region in an orderly and responsible needs to be regulated with regulatory Regions of Maluku province's fisheries business license. II. description the SAKE ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1 sapai with article 25: pretty self-explanatory.
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