Amendments To The Law "on Accounting"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi likumā "Par grāmatvedību"

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The Saeima has adopted and the President issued the following law: amendments to the law "on accounting" make law "on accounting" (the Republic of Latvia Supreme Council and Government Informant, 1992, 44/; The Saeima of the Republic of Latvia and the Cabinet of Ministers rapporteur, 1995, nr. 3, 23; in 1996, no 24; 1999, no. 15; 2000, no. 10; 2003, no. 12; 2004, no. 6; 2006, nr. 10) the following amendments: 1. Turn off the article 2, paragraph 4, of the fourth part.
2. Turn off the second part of article 9, paragraph 1 of the words "individual companies, farmers and fishermen's holdings."
3. turn off the third subparagraph of article 11, the words "sole proprietorship, and fishing, as well as holding".
4. Article 13: replace the third paragraph, the words "the law" Of the annual accounts "with the words" the law "of the annual accounts;
off in the fifth subparagraph, the words and figures "individual companies, farmers and fishermen whose holdings in turnover (revenue) of economic transactions in the preceding financial year exceeds 200 000 LVL.
5. the transitional provisions be supplemented with point 7 by the following: "7. Amendment of this law article 2 paragraph 4 of the fourth subparagraph of this paragraph, as well as the amendments to the exclusion of article 9, paragraph 1, second subparagraph, and article 11, third paragraph of the word" sole proprietorship, and fishermen holding "(fold) shutdown and amendment article 13 in the fifth part of the word and figures" individual companies, farmers and fishermen to vanity of the sa that turnover (revenue) from economic transactions the previous year does not exceed 200 000 lats "exclusion comes into force July 1, 2011."
The law adopted by the Parliament in the March 12, 2009.
President Valdis Zatlers in Riga V 2009 April 1 editorial comment: the law shall enter into force by 15 April 2009.