Geospatial Information Law

Original Language Title: Ģeotelpiskās informācijas likums

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: the law of geospatial information chapter I General provisions article 1. The terms used in the law, the law is applied in the following terms: 1) geodesy — science and industry, the study of the Earth's shape and size, as well as the natural features and man-made objects position on the surface in which to land the associated coordinate system. Geodesy using Earth gravity field, magnetic field and other ģeofizikālo measures;
2) GEODESIC point, secured area which have a permanent Center which provides maintenance, as well as have set at least one of the following characteristics: coordinates, altitude, land of gravimetric field value or in the field of land ģeomagnētisk;
3) geodetic network — geodetic point set with the characteristics of the same type;
4) geodetic reference system: the theoretical, technological and administrative framework for geodetic activities;
5) information-geospatial information that any direct or indirect reference to a specific location or geographical area in which geospatial object;
geospatial information) 6: geospatial information acquisition, preparation, processing, maintenance, delivery and use of the users;
7 re-use of geospatial information) — the authority of existing geospatial information is used by natural or legal persons for commercial or non-commercial purposes other than the initial purpose of the use for which the information was obtained in the geospatial and prepared fulfilling tasks. Geospatial information exchange between authorities, through their administrative functions and tasks does not constitute re-use; geospatial information
8) geospatial information infrastructure — legislation specific geospatial datasets, metadata, geospatial information sharing and re-use conditions, geospatial information services, information and telecommunications technologies, which provides geospatial information and geospatial information services and procedures are coordinated and monitored the activities of the bodies involved;
9) geospatial information sharing geospatial information — movement between bodies, implementing their administrative functions and tasks;
10) geospatial information services-geospatial information processing technical and other actions of this information;
11) geospatial information portal (ģeoportāl): a website or equivalent tool, which provides access to geospatial data sets, and metadata;
12) holder of the geospatial information — the natural or legal person who is the creator of geospatial information, Subscriber or possessing certain support functions to the authority required for the geospatial information that can be stored in the database, including geospatial data set holder;
13) geospatial data set — with a specific purpose of use up to identify geospatial information database, which is a certain holder and includes a separate sector geospatial base data information;
14) geospatial data sets — the holder of the law, the institution responsible for certain geospatial data set creation and maintenance;
15) geo-spatial data sets and services interoperability — the ability to combine geospatial data sets and, without repetitive manual intervention, to provide geospatial information services interaction in such a way that the result is coherent and the geospatial data sets and services added value;
16) Geospatial object: an abstract representation of the real world, which is associated with a specific location or geographical area;
17) — science and cartography industry of geospatial information acquisition and processing with mapping techniques, as well as maps and plans, issuing and use of;
18) metadata structured information that describes the geospatial datasets and geospatial information services;
19) sector — economic sector that practical action is needed to ensure the geospatial information acquisition, preparation, update and use;
ortofot-20) the Earth's surface a photographic image that after treatment with the methods of fotogrammetrij won match cards or plan the geometrical characteristics of the projection;
21), the geospatial base data information set, drawn up by common specifications and preparation and updating of the permanent national economy economic give effect and functionality supports: (a)) other geospatial objects the unambiguous position of the Association, (b) the making of a different context) geospatial data visualization and analysis, topographical and thematic) maps of manufacture;
22) for permanent global positioning system base station "positioning system", national geodetic support system that provides high-precision determination of coordinates of area objects using ground satellite;
23) thematic map: a map that content, scale, projection and presentation designed to match only specific sectors (such as geology, tourism, real estate cadastre, transport) or targeted (such as aeronautical, maritime navigation, spatial planning) display requirements;
24) topographic map-geospatial representation of plane with certain types of signs visually perceptible form, which according to the display scale takes into account the surface bend effect;
25) topographical plan: a local geographical area representation of geospatial information plane with certain types of signs visually perceptible form;
26) place names (toponīm) information: the meaning of this law: toponyms, or geographical names, together with the information that describes or explains them, as well as to the relevant place names indicate a geographic attraction of specific objects. 2. article. The purpose of the law the purpose of the law is to define the institutional framework in the field of geospatial information, including geospatial information (including geodetic and cartographic data) preparation, use, and maintenance of the conditions of the Exchange to create a geospatial information infrastructure in Latvia. 3. article. The scope of the law

(1) of the Act applies to all natural and legal persons whose functions, tasks and activities are related to the geospatial information and this information sharing and re-use.
(2) of the Act apply to geospatial information in so far as this does not conflict with special laws and international agreements or laid down in the framework of international cooperation in geospatial information workable rules. Chapter II competence in public administration in the field of geospatial information article 4. Geodesy, cartography and geospatial information management institutions and their coordination (1) Ministry of defence organises and coordinates the implementation of the national policy, Geodesy cartography and geospatial information: 1) is developing a national policy and strategy development, coordinating the geospatial information in the field of Geodesy and cartography, except sea navigation maps and publication to be determined by the maritime administration and the Maritime Safety Act;
2) provides the regulatory normative acts projects of the European Union, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and other international organizations law;
3) plans and controls the State's agency "Latvian geospatial information agency" geodetic and cartographic data acquisition, preparation and updating, as well as geospatial information service delivery performance in the annual national budget funding;
4) creates geospatial information, expert advice and ensure its functioning;
5) determine the arrangements for ensuring geospatial information support for the national armed forces and for participation in the exercise of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation;
6) in cooperation with the sectoral ministries provides a standard development and/or adaptation of international standards in the field of geospatial information;
7) coordinate international contracts for geospatial information, acquired with the use of the tālizpēt method, the Ministry concerned all functions and tasks.
(2) the public agency "Latvian geospatial information agency" is the leading authority in the implementation of the national policy, and Geodesy cartography of geospatial information. It acquires, prepares and updates the article 12 of this law in the fifth paragraph, the third subparagraph of article 17 and article 18 referred to in the second paragraph of Geodesy and kartogrāfisko base data for civilian and military applications, providing geospatial information services and carrying out other this law and other laws and special tasks.
(3) article 12 of this law the fifth and sixth subparagraphs, article 17, third paragraph, article 18, second paragraph, and article 31, second paragraph, the specific tasks the State Agency "Latvian geospatial information agency" may contract for the services.
(4) certain functions, cartography and Geodesy geospatial information policy within the limits of its competence to fulfil the Ministry of the environment, Ministry of agriculture, the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of transport, regional development and local government Ministry, the Ministry of economy, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of health, Ministry of education and science, the Ministry of culture and the local authorities, as well as associations and foundations whose activities in the field in question is registered.
(5) in the fourth paragraph of this article, the Ministry listed according to their own public administration functions, tasks and competences, the covered sectors or industry groups and the Republic of Latvia for binding international law: 1) include sectoral policy planning documents, measures to ensure the industry's policy and require geospatial information gathering, preparing, updating and relevant geospatial information services;
2) sectoral policy planning documents for this part of the measures referred to in paragraph 1 shall provide the following information: a) specific geospatial data sets and services, which plans to provide the relevant measures, (b)) for the implementation of the measures, c) and assigned to the execution of the measures in addition to the funding needs, d) on the implementation of the authorities, e) the order in which provided an overview of the implementation of the measures;
3) provides the industry's geospatial data and metadata extraction, preparing, updating and accessibility of the public in the single ģeoportāl in this part of the measures referred to in paragraph 1 and the requirements laid down in this law, geospatial information.
(6) in the fourth paragraph of this article said the Ministry prepares and delivers to the Department of Defense News about the geospatial information, services, and activities to ensure effective geospatial information gathering, preparing, updating and relevant geospatial information services in the country and article 8 of this law, the second and third part in carrying out the tasks. 5. article. Regional development and local government Ministry's competence in the field of geospatial information, regional development and local government Ministry within their public administration functions, tasks and competences, as well as the Republic of Latvia for binding international law: 1) organizes and coordinates national policy development and implementation of electronic governance, information society and information technology areas of the country to create a single ģeoportāl and the operation of the annual national budget funding;
2) make provision acts and policy planning documents countrywide for the establishment and implementation of ģeoportāl;
3) coordinate the sectoral ministries, the departments of the public administration bodies and local government bodies of the State joint cooperation in Geospatial services available ģeoportāl design and implementation;
4) provides a country-wide ģeoportāl creation and maintenance management;
5) provides a country-wide ģeoportāl the interoperability with the European Community geo-Portal operated. 6. article. The competence of local authorities in the field of geospatial information local authorities according to their functions, tasks and competences, as well as the Republic of Latvia for binding international law within the framework of the annual budget:

1) organise their functions require geospatial information gathering and maintenance, determine the function and use of the financing procedures and ensure cooperation with other institutions in the field of geospatial information, such as through the national agency "Latvian geospatial information agency" and the State land service;
2) provide your require geospatial information and services timely updating and maintenance;
3) provide institutions and authorities give up this law requirements for geospatial information. 7. article. Association and Foundation of expertise in the field of geospatial information societies and foundations or associations thereof, which combines geospatial information working in the field of natural and legal persons may participate in the implementation of the national policy in the field of geospatial information, through normative documents and standard consultation and giving opinions, encouraging public involvement information, geospatial raising professional qualifications and performance of other associations and foundations or associations of delegated administration tasks. 8. article. The representation of the Republic of Latvia to the European Union institutions and the provision of information to the European Commission (1) the Ministry of defence and Ministry of the environment, within the framework of its competence, collaboration, ensure the representation of the Republic of Latvia to the European Union institutions on the European Community's geospatial information infrastructure and its regulatory framework the project coordination and decision-making bodies of the European Union.
(2) the Ministry of Defense, every three years, starting with the May 15, 2010, prepare a report to the European Commission on geospatial information infrastructure implementation in the Republic of Latvia.
(3) the Ministry of Defense at the request of the European Commission gives the message to perform analysis with the aim of creating a European Community of geospatial information infrastructure conditions, which would be virtually impossible and proportionately to the expected costs and benefits. 9. article. Real estate owners, the legal possessor and user obligations and responsibilities (1) the owner of the immovable property, the legal possessor or user do not interfere with access to geodetic points, to perform geodetic or cartographic activity, and do not limit the geodetic and cartographic works on your existing property or managed.
(2) the owner of the immovable property, the legal possessor or user does not take action against geodetic mark maintenance, long-term stability or permanence of their construction and the protection zone around the statutory aprobežojum geodetic points.
(3) the owner of the immovable property, the legal possessor or user of the second part of this article in violation of the obligations "to the statutory liability. Chapter III geospatial information acquisition, preparation, processing and maintenance of article 10. Geodetic and cartographic activities (1) and the Cartographic geodetic activity is the basis of geospatial information, preparation, handling and maintenance.
(2) the Geodetic activities include: 1) the geodetic reference system maintenance and monitoring;
2) permanent global positioning stations up and running;
3) geodetic work out the needs of the industry.
(3) the geodetic activities carried out at national and local government bodies, of which the following tasks are defined in special regulations, if the qualifications are appropriate professions in the profession standard, or certified individuals who may be working in legal or other civil relationships with merchants.
(4) the geodetic activities linked to ģeomagnētisk, gravimetric measurements and others in the field of Geodesy services that should be available to the public, according to their own resources to public agency "Latvian geospatial information agency". This geodetic activity is carried out for a fee in accordance with the national agency of the public service pay list price. The Cabinet of Ministers issued the rules, which determine the State Agency "Latvian geospatial information agency" by ģeomagnētisk, gravimetric measurements and other service related geodetic activities price list and its procedures.
(5) the Cartographic action undertaken at national and local government bodies, employees or persons who may be working in legal or other civil relationships with merchants and that qualification is appropriate professions in the profession standard.
(6) the geodetic and cartographic activity, which results in a master data or data that corresponds to the meaning of this Act, information sharing and re-use purposes, shall be carried out in accordance with this law and other legislative requirements.
(7) the geodetic and cartographic activities, without causing damage to the real estate property, in which it is carried out. 11. article. 1992 Latvia geodetic coordinate system and 1993 topographical map system (1) 1992 Latvia geodetic coordinate system is the national geodetic reference system.
(2) 1993 topographical map system is a mathematical system, showing the territory of the Republic of Latvia topographic map sheet distribution at different scales.
(3) acquisition of basic geospatial information, preparation and maintenance of the use of 1992 Latvia geodetic coordinate system, 1993 topographical map system and Baltic 1977 normal height system. The system parameters and their application procedures determined by the Cabinet of Ministers.
(4) the international projects, as well as in cooperation with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and its Member States, other international organisations and their members have the right to use other geodetic reference systems and coordinate reference system that is transformational to Latvia's geodetic coordinate system. 12. article. Geodetic reference system (1) geodetic reference system includes: 1) territory of the geodetic reference system mathematical model;
2) geodetic network that provides practical mathematical model of attraction of the country.
(2) the geodetic reference system of GEODESIC components are: 1) the national geodetic network;

2) permanent global positioning system base station "positioning systems";
3) local geodetic network.
(3) the geodetic reference system for establishing and maintaining coordinated and monitored by the State Agency "Latvian geospatial information agency".
(4) the cabinet shall determine the geodetic reference system, use and maintenance procedures.
(5) the public agency "Latvian geospatial information agency" shall establish and maintain a national geodetic network and its point database. State Agency "Latvian geospatial information agency" is the national geodetic network state information systems manager.
(6) the national agency "Latvian geospatial information agency" shall establish and maintain a permanent global positioning system base station "positioning system" by providing its use for a fee. State Agency "Latvian geospatial information agency" is a permanent global positioning system "base station positioning system of Latvia ' keeper. The Cabinet of Ministers issued rules governing permanent global positioning system base station "positioning systems" use price list and its procedures.
(7) the local geodetic network consists, in addition to State geodetic network to a GEODESIC point densities that correspond with the objective of obtaining information. The local geodesic point installation, maintenance and protection in its administrative territory of the local municipality shall ensure that current information on the administrative territory of the local geodesic points provided by the National Agency for Latvian geospatial information agency ".
(8) the cabinet shall determine the local geodesic point in the installation, maintenance, as well as a procedure for the provision of information. 13. article. High detail of topographic information (1) the high detail of the topographic information is the geospatial information, which is the scale of 1:500 and more.
(2) the high detail of the topographic information is accumulated in a database.
(3) the cabinet shall determine the high detail of the topographic information specification, information gathering, preparation and processing methodology, topographic plan preparation General requirements, the General requirements of harmonisation, it will define the elements as well as geodetic work offender accountability highly detail topographical information and preparation process.
(4) the State land service accumulates high detail of topographic information for the entire territory of the high detail of the topographical information in the central database and have high detail topographical information national information System Manager.
(5) the cabinet shall determine the high detail of the topographical information in the central database creation and maintenance procedures, including requirements for: 1) high-detail topographical information in the central database of information collected;
2) the exchange of information between the local database and the high detail of the topographical information in the central database;
3) high detail topographical information and adoption and dissemination, updating procedures.
(6) the local Government to ensure its function and tasks of its administrative area shall establish and maintain a high level of topographic information database under the Cabinet of Ministers established the high detail of topographic information for the specification and the information database provides interoperability with the central database of the Cabinet of Ministers. The Municipal Council determines the high detail of the topographic information and decision-making procedures.
(7) the local Government shall have the right to delegate to the sixth paragraph of this article, the tasks referred to in the conclusion of a contract of delegation of Government facilities in accordance with the procedure prescribed by law. If the above management tasks delegated to the State land Department, the high detail of the topographical information about the local government administrative area the State land service maintains a central database in accordance with the fifth subparagraph of this article.
(8) the database accumulated information distributed by the local authority and the State land service according to their accumulated data in the database. 14. article. The GEODESIC point protection (1) the area secured the national geodetic network points are public property and the protection of the State.
(2) the area secured the local geodesic points are the property of the municipality, and is located in the municipality.
(3) the area secured national and local geodesic points are defined in the protection zone under the protection zone. 15. article. Geodetic work inspection results (1) the results of the work of the Geodetic expertise, upon request, provide to the State Agency "Latvian geospatial information agency". Geodetic expertise carried out of the results of the work of the Cabinet.
(2) the cabinet shall issue rules establishing the State Agency "Latvian geospatial information agency" provided by the geodetic works will result in the price list and its application expertise. 16. article. In reference to the activity of Cartographic activities include: 1) of the Act set out in article 17 of the basic geospatial information acquisition, preparation, processing and maintenance;
2) aerial photographs of the Earth's surface, the cosmic image and laser scan data acquisition and processing in the ortofot and relief for the preparation of the data;
3) digital terrain and surface modelling, maintenance and update;
4 compiling topographical maps) and issues;
5) air navigation and sea navigation maps and issues;
6 thematic maps), such as cadastre, addresses, forest nogabal, agricultural land reclamation, land planning, soils, geological, hydrological and other concerned sectors of visualizing information necessary for drawing up and issuing the cards or, in cases where the relevant sectoral thematic cards are not issued, these appear — sectoral thematic map data preparation, publishing and updating;
7) administrative boundaries for drawing up and issuing the cards or administrative boundaries in the data preparation, publishing and updating;
8) and informational war dialling and issues;

9) training for drawing up and issuing the cards;
10) national preparation and issue of Atlanta;
11) place names, geographical names information catalog and the preparation of the dictionary, publishing and updating. Article 17. Geospatial base data information (1) geospatial base data information are: 1) the Earth's surface, the image of tālizpēt data and ortofot scale 1:50 000 line-1:2000 and greater scale;
2) digital terrain and surface models, which used to make topographical plans and topographical maps to scale 1:250 000 lines — 1:500 and greater scale;
3) geospatial information contained topographic plans and topographic maps in scale 1:250 000 lines — 1:500 and greater scale;
4) national real estate cadastre information system using geospatial information;
5) administrative area boundaries, their description and the address of the register state geospatial information;
6) areas and difficulties in the protection zone-geospatial information objects;
7) geospatial information in the depths of the Earth;
8) geospatial information on soil quality, fertility and degradation;
9) agricultural lands and forest inventory and reclamation geospatial information;
geospatial information is about 10) air routes, aircraft flight, aircraft flight safety hazardous objects and obstacles;
11) geospatial information on Hydrography, geospatial information contained in Latvian territorial waters and economic zone of sea navigation maps, geospatial information about the waterways and navigation features to ensure safe shipping;
12) geospatial information on the State border line, the border zone and border;
13) geospatial information on the specially protected natural areas;
14 geospatial information) on the territory of the actual and scheduled (allowed);
15) geospatial information for land, sea, air and pipeline transport infrastructure and traffic nodes;
16) utilities geospatial information.
(2) holders of basic geospatial information determined in this law or the special laws.
(3) the national agency "Latvian geospatial information agency" is obtained, prepared and updates the following master data and master data is the holder: 1) the surface images, data and ortofot of the tālizpēt scale 1:50 000: line 1:2000;
2) digital terrain and surface models, which used topographical plans and topographical maps to scale dial line 1:250 000, 1:10, 000;
3) geospatial information contained topographic plans and topographic maps in scale 1:250 000 lines — 1:2000;
4 geospatial base data information) to provide support for the national armed forces exercises and their membership of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the Ministry of defence. 18. article. The geographical names information (1) the place names, assignment, approval, storage, disclosure, use, conservation and protection order is determined by the Cabinet of Ministers.
(2) geographical names information necessary for the geodetic and cartographic activity, collect the place names database. Place the holder and place names database state information systems manager is a State Agency "Latvian geospatial information agency". 19. article. Geospatial data sets included the classification of objects of geospatial (1) preparation of basic geospatial information, maintenance and use of the single use of national geospatial object classification system.
(2) joint national geospatial object classification system includes the geospatial object code, name, and description.
(3) joint national geospatial object classification system developed, approved and implemented in accordance with arrangements, the introduction and use of the common classification system for economic information.
(4) the Ministry of defence shall establish and maintain a single national geospatial object classification system, as well as coordinating its implementation and use.
(5) joint geospatial object classification system provides interoperability with the European infrastructure for spatial information in the Community uniform spatial objects identification system. 20. article. Geospatial information gathering, preparation and update (1) Geospatial base data of the information obtained, prepared and updated in accordance with this law and other regulations specified escalation requirements.
(2) in accordance with the procedure laid down in this law, prepare for the geospatial base data information used for geospatial industry for the preparation of the data set and update.
(3) the holder of a geospatial data set is responsible for geospatial information update available at most relevant geospatial base data information.
(4) the needs of the sector the necessary thematic maps and data acquisition, preparation and updating, taking into account the special laws.
(5) Geospatial information, prepared at the request of the authority, to ensure that the appropriate authorities of the functions and tasks, must comply with this law and other regulations laid down in the geospatial information requirements. 21. article. Geospatial metadata (1) the holder of a data set provides information relevant geospatial metadata and their constant updating.
(2) the cabinet shall determine the geospatial data required metadata content. Chapter IV participants in the work of the Geodetic certification article 22. Geodetic works general contractor certification rules (1) the geodetic works carried out by a qualified person whose third party liability is insured for professional activities.
(2) a certificate issued by the geodetic work analyst Latvian National Accreditation Bureau accredited certification authority.
(3) On receipt of the certificate, or the extension of its operations certified person shall pay the State fee. 23. article. Geodetic works required for issue of the certificate, recording and certified personal transactions monitoring

(1) for information on the certified participants in the work include the geodetic Surveying, land-use planning and land cadastral register of certified persons determine. Geodetic work, land-use planning and land cadastral register of certified person trying to maintain a Latvian National Accreditation Bureau accredited certification authority.
(2) certificate, issuing, distribution, registration and cancellation procedures, the certified person supervising procedures, as well as the rate of the State fee and the payment arrangements, civil insurance policy and insurance agreement minimum amount is determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. Chapter v geospatial information and geospatial information services and general provisions article 24. Geospatial information and geospatial information services (1), the holder of the geospatial data sets provide information with geospatial information infrastructure through appropriate procedures laid down in this Act.
(2) the holder of the geospatial information geospatial information as well as geospatial information services provides, on the basis of the authorities, natural or legal persons pursuant to the request of the application, and the freedom of information act statutory arrangements whereby the authority to request information.
(3) a holder of information with Geospatial geospatial information or geospatial information service requester can agree on permanent cooperation in the existing geospatial information. 25. article. Geospatial information and geospatial data sets of the holders of copyright protection (1) the copyright for geospatial information database or its protected works and the law of the nationality of the maker of the database shall be fixed in accordance with the Copyright Act.
(2) geospatial data users of geospatial data sets for re-use shall receive the license or license agreement concluded with the geospatial data sets. License or the terms of the license agreement may include other contracts concluded by the geospatial data sets and the holder of the user. In the licence or a licence agreement may not: 1) discriminate against users of geospatial data sets;
2) include such restrictions that are contrary to this law, article 27 of third and fourth;
3) to restrict competition.
(3) geospatial data users these data sets common to conclude a cooperation agreement with the geospatial data sets or interdepartmental agreements. The cooperation agreement or the interdepartmental agreement text includes provisions on the use of geospatial data sets. These rules may not: 1) discriminate against users of geospatial data sets;
2) include such restrictions that are incompatible with article 27 of this law the third and fourth.
(4) If, in the exercise of public administration functions, use geospatial information database and the copyright to this database, or to protect the works contained therein or the right of the maker of the database is the third person, other people approach this geospatial information database provides, subject to the terms of use of this database.
(5) in the fourth paragraph of this article, these terms of use of the database may not restrict users of geospatial information database for those specific government functions and tasks in full.
(6) geospatial data users who are involved in the management of disasters, rescue or emergency-relief, provide timely geospatial data sets himself the holder's written authorization for the use of the database in one of the second and third subparagraphs the following relevant geospatial data sets for use on-demand disaster, there is a risk of disaster and emergency notification.
(7) the holder of the geospatial data sets provides freely accessible information on the geospatial data sets common to use and re-use. Geospatial data sets of mandatory terms of use and the content of the authorisation procedure shall be determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. 26. article. The fee for geospatial information and geospatial information services (1) metadata available without charge.
(2) acquisition of basic geospatial information, preparation and maintenance of the public administration, the functions and duties provided from the State or local government funds, if the law does not provide otherwise.
(3) the fee for high-detail of topographic information, registration database, preparation and issuance of this law, in article 13, in the fourth paragraph, the central database referred to in the order of the Cabinet of Ministers, but from local authorities — local government database binding rules.
(4) the high detail of the topographic information exchange between local government database and central database without charge.
(5) the holder of the geospatial data sets to ensure the provision of basic geospatial information according to the assigned country or local government funding.
(6) a charge for the re-use of geospatial information and geospatial information services shall be determined in accordance with the relevant geospatial information holder or geospatial information services provider to the public charge price list. The Cabinet of Ministers issued the rules, which determine the re-use of geospatial information and geospatial information service price list and its procedures.
(7) the fee for geospatial information, including basic data, geospatial information sharing or geospatial information service function of public administration and the performance of the tasks, if the relevant geospatial information, preparation and maintenance of geospatial information, or where the service delivery funding is secured from the authority for this purpose, assigned to the national budget shall be determined in accordance with the relevant information to the holder of information or geospatial public service provider paid services price list. The Cabinet of Ministers issued the rules that define the geospatial information and geospatial information service price list and its application of the rules of procedure.

(8) providing environmental message to the European institutions and bodies of the Community legislation in order, geospatial information transfer without a fee.
(9) as an exception to the freedom of information act information laid down in the conditions of re-use charges for the re-use of geospatial information, this information will not exceed the cost of collection, production, reproduction and dissemination.
(10) the Cabinet of Ministers issued the rules that govern the procedures to be taken for high detail topographical information, registration database, preparation and service. 27. article. Geospatial information restrictions (1) geospatial information holder is not obliged to create new geospatial information, or customize the existing information, to comply with a request for re-use.
(2) geospatial information holder may not fulfill a request for re-use, if it involves disproportionate consumption of resources that go beyond simple information processing.
(3) the holder of a data set geospatial may restrict public access to geospatial data sets, using this law, article 28 referred to in the second subparagraph, if such access does not adversely affect international relations, public security or national defence.
(4) the holder of a data set geospatial may restrict public access to geospatial data sets, using this law 28. the second paragraph of article 2, 3, 4 or 5 of these services, if such access would impact negatively on: 1) State and local government agencies under the privacy regulations;
2) the course of Justice, the right of every person to a fair trial or the ability of a public authority to conduct an enquiry of a criminal or disciplinary nature;
3) regulations or European Community legislation intended to protect the confidentiality of commercial or industrial information, in order to protect a legitimate economic interest, including the public interest in maintaining statistical confidentiality and tax secrecy;
4) intellectual property rights;
5) with individual related data privacy, where the natural person has not consented to the disclosure of the information to the public;
6) the interests or protection of any person who voluntarily supplied the requested information without necessarily geospatial obligation to do so or capable of being put under a mandatory obligation to do it, if that person has not consented to such geospatial information disclosure;
7) environmental protection, subject to the geospatial information, such as the location of rare species.
(5) the holder of a data set geospatial should not be based on the fourth paragraph of this article 1, 3, 5, 6 and 7, to restrict access to information on emissions into the environment.
(6) geospatial information, including individual data processing under the individual data protection control regulations.
(7) the geospatial datasets, restricting public access to data, reasoned response, indicating the specific circumstances and considerations that prevent the grant information. Chapter VI geospatial information infrastructure and the functioning of article 28. Geospatial information infrastructure and national single ģeoportāl (1) geospatial information for the joint exploitation between the authorities and the re-use of geospatial information in electronic form creates geospatial information infrastructure.
(2) to provide the geospatial information infrastructure includes the geospatial data and metadata available to users, establish a national uniform geo-Portal operated. Ģeoportāl provides at least the following geospatial information services: 1) search services that, on the basis of the content of the corresponding metadata that provides geospatial data sets available to search and display the content of the metadata;
2) view services that allow, as a minimum, to display, navigate, zoom in and zoom out, Pan, or overlay viewable geospatial data sets, as well as displaying agreed geospatial data set labels and any related metadata content;
3) download service that allows you to download the full geospatial data sets, or parts of copies and, if possible, to access them directly;
4) transformation services, enabling the geospatial data sets, in order to ensure the necessary interoperability;
5) service that allows you to directly use geospatial information services information systems.
(3) Ģeoportāl postmaster is regional development and local government Ministry. Its functions and tasks, ģeoportāl of geospatial data to be included in the set, metadata, as well as geospatial data holders and sliding their obligations to provide geospatial data and metadata in the availability and use of ģeoportāl, as well as geospatial information contained in ģeoportāl of the terms of use are governed by the Cabinet of Ministers.
(4) geospatial information infrastructure information in common use and re-use, subject to this law contained in chapter V of the geospatial information and geospatial information service of the General rules and the application of the exceptions to the freedom of information act for the re-use of information laid down in the conditions determined by the following rules: 1) geospatial data search and viewing ģeoportāl, without making it download, are free of charge;
2) fee for geospatial data viewing, without having to ģeoportāl downloads, you can request information about those geospatial sets that maintenance has not been fully secured from the State budget funds, and that the holder does not need to provide large amounts of geospatial information and frequent updates;
3) geospatial data viewing, without having to ģeoportāl downloads may be restricted for re-use for commercial purposes. 29. article. Geospatial information in the European Community ģeoportāl (1) Ģeoportāl Manager provides the ģeoportāl contained in the geospatial data and metadata available to the European Community ģeoportāl.
(2) Ģeoportāl Manager ģeoportāl European Community adhere to certain geospatial data and metadata for technical specifications and interoperability requirements. Chapter VII geospatial information special provisions article 30. Geospatial information circulation in cases of emergency or exceptional situation of mobilization in the event of notification

(1) in cases where the derogation or call for mobilization, geospatial information upon request free of charge transfer to the national armed forces and institutions which perform civil defence tasks plans.
(2) in the event of a disaster or emergency situations in the case of notification of national or local government bodies geospatial information about the area in which the disaster occurred or declared emergency, receives or downloads from a single geospatial information portal free of charge. 31. article. The Republic of Latvia State border demarcation of geospatial information (1) the Ministry of Foreign Affairs within their government functions, tasks and competence of the Republic of Latvia and the binding rules of international law: 1) plan and provide for the demarcation of the border measures in accordance with international agreements;
2) provides for the demarcation of the State border signed the original document storage and send a copy of the competent authorities.
(2) the Republic of Latvia State border demarcation work within the State Agency "Latvian geospatial information agency" supports transnational agreements of the Republic of Latvia State border landmark geodetic coordinates and the display of the maps. Transitional provisions 1. Cabinet of Ministers until 2010 December 31 issue 11 article 30(1), third paragraph of article 12, in the fourth paragraph of article 12, the eighth article 15, in the first paragraph of article 18, in the first paragraph of article 21, second paragraph, article 23, second paragraph and article 26 the tenth part of those rules. 2. the Cabinet of Ministers until 30 June 2011 manages this law, in the third paragraph of article 13 and article 13, the provisions referred to in the fifth subparagraph. 3. The Cabinet of Ministers until 15 May 2010 does this law article 25 in the seventh and the third paragraph of article 28 of these rules. 4. the Cabinet of Ministers regulations for entry into force, but no longer than up to 2010 December 31 is applicable to the following regulations: 1) of the Republic of Latvia to the Council of Ministers decision No 172 "about the cartographic material picking order";
2) Republic of Latvia Council of Ministers decision No. 213 "about moving to Latvia's geodetic coordinate system";
3) of the Republic of Latvia to the Council of Ministers decision No 484 "on the Regulations of the national geodetic reference point in the installation, monitoring and protection order";
4) Republic of Latvia to the Council of Ministers on 2 July 1992 decision No. 254 "On railway station, port, airport and physical geography object naming and renaming";
5) of the Republic of Latvia Supreme Council June 6, 1991, decision No. 257 "On physical geography and other object naming and renaming of the order". 5. Until 2007 December 31 licences issued cartographic work terminates this law enters into force. 2007 December 31 issued licenses for geodetic work is valid until the date indicated on the licence, but no longer than up to 2010 31 December. 6. Article 13 of the law referred to in the sixth subparagraph of high detail topographical information database creates or article 13 of this law, the seventh subparagraph shall be concluded a contract of delegation within a period of six months from the entry into force of this law. 7. Article 13 of the law referred to in the third subparagraph of the Cabinet of Ministers Regulations entry into force: 1) high-detail terrain determine in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2000, the regulations No 168 "rules for the Latvian et seq of the LBN 005-99" rules "in construction engineering studies" and issued the State land service methodologies and appropriate local binding provisions agreed with the State land service;
2. Article 13 of the law) the sixth part of the database, the local authority shall establish and maintain appropriate cabinet 2 May 2000 regulations No 168 "rules for the Latvian et seq of the LBN 005-99" rules "in construction engineering studies" and issued the State land service methodologies. Before the date of entry into force of the law to create the high detail of the topographic information database in the local authority maintained its binding provisions. 8. By article 13 of the law referred to in the fifth subparagraph, the Cabinet of Ministers regulations and the date of entry into force of this law, in article 13, in the fourth paragraph that the central information system of the State land service maintains under the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2000, the regulations No 168 "rules for the Latvian et seq of the LBN 005-99" rules "in construction engineering studies" and issued the State land service methodologies, information organizing separate files according to the 1993 topographic map system-wide 1 : 1000 card page nomenclature. 9. By article 13 of the law referred to in the fifth subparagraph, the Cabinet of Ministers regulations and the date of entry into force of the State land service of its high held detail topographical information in the original local municipality for the area and the local authority, of the high detail of the topographical information in the regular transfer of State land service of the central database for the maintenance of the conclusion of the cooperation agreement: 1) within three months from the date of entry into force of the law, with local authorities that high-detail of topographic information database created before the entry into force of this law;

2) within one month from the high detail of the topographic database of the information created by local authorities, which are high-detail of topographic information database created after this date of entry into force of the law. 10. Article 9 of this law, the third part of the entry into force of the relevant amendments to the Latvian Code of administrative offences. 11. within six months from the date of entry into force of the law on local government issued this law, article 13 of the sixth part of the above applicable rules, but previously released local regulations on high-detail of topographic information lapse. 12. By article 13 of the law referred to in the sixth subparagraph of detail information of high topographic database creation or article 13 of this law in the seventh paragraph of the conclusion of a contract of delegation in high detail of the topographic information about trying the local government administrative area stocked and recorded, trying to perform the necessary data by the State land Department, except when such information is maintained by the local authority in its binding provisions. 13. The Cabinet of Ministers within six months from the date of entry into force of the Act to issue this law, article 10, in the fourth paragraph of article 12 of the sixth paragraph and the second paragraph of article 15 of these provisions. 14. This law, article 25 of the second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh subparagraph shall enter into force on 15 May 2010. Article 25 of this law's provisions as regards planning process is applied from 1 January 2014. Until 15 May 2010 for concluding contracts on the use of the database, if they do not conflict with the provisions of article 25 of this law, in force in the relevant period specified in the contract. 15. Article 28 of this law, the first and second subparagraph shall enter into force on 15 May 2010. Informative reference to European Union directives, the law includes provisions resulting from: 1) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 March 2007 of Directive 2007/2/EC establishing an infrastructure for spatial information in the European Community (inspire);
2) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 November 2003 of Directive 2003/98/EC on the re-use of public sector information;
3) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 January 2003 of Directive 2003/4/EC on public access to environmental information and repealing Council Directive 90/313/EEC. The Parliament adopted the law of 17 December. President Valdis Zatlers in Riga V 2009 December 30