The Order In Which Recognises Cross-Compliance Consulting Service Providers

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā atzīst savstarpējās atbilstības konsultāciju pakalpojuma sniedzējus

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 463, Riga, 30 June 2008 (pr. No 44 13) order in which recognises cross-compliance consulting service providers, Issued under the agricultural and rural development Act article 5 4.1 part 1. determines the order in which recognises cross-compliance consulting service providers (hereinafter referred to as service providers). 2. Cross-compliance consulting services has consultation, which are carried out in accordance with the Council on 29 September 2003 of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003 establishing common rules for direct support schemes under the common agricultural policy and establishing certain support schemes for farmers and amending regulations (EEC) No 2019/93, (EC) no 1452/2001, (EC) no 1453/2001, (EC) No 1454/2001, (EC) No 1868/94, (EC) No 1251/1999 , (EC) No 1254/1999, (EC) no 1673/2000, (EEC) no 2358/71 and (EC) no 2529/2001 (hereinafter referred to as the Council Regulation No 1782/2003), 4, 5, and article 13, and (iii) and (IV) the requirements set out in the annex. 3. The provider recognized field support service (hereinafter service). 4. the service provider is registered in the business register recognises the legal person (hereinafter the applicant), if the application of the cross compliance advice provider (hereinafter application) (annex 1) certified the following conditions: 4.1 an applicant provides consulting services to farmers across the territory of Latvia in the following areas: mutual compliance 4.1.1. environment (Council Regulation No 1782/2003 annex III 1., 2., 3., 4. and 5.)
4.1.2. the identification and registration of animals (Council Regulation No 1782/2003 annex III, 6, 7 and 8;)
4.1.3. public, animal and plant health (Council Regulation No 1782/2003 annex III, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15;)
4.1.4. animal welfare (Council Regulation No 1782/2003 annex III, 16, 17 and 18;)
4.1.5. good agricultural and environmental condition (Council Regulation No 1782/2003, annex IV);
4.2. the economic activity of the applicant is not paused or stopped;
4.3. applicants, which provides cross-compliance advisory services for farmers (hereinafter referred to as consultants), is higher or professional secondary education, and the number of consultants with professional secondary education does not exceed 30%;
4.4. an applicant shall have at least three years of work experience in the provision of advice;
4.5 the applicant that provide cross-compliance consulting services, no commercial interest in agricultural production techniques, the use of chemical and biological materials and the distribution of advertising;
4.6. the tenderer capable of providing cross-compliance consulting services within 10 working days of the receipt of the request of the farmer. 5. The applicant and the application of the provisions of paragraph 6 referred to in documents submitted to the Department during the current January 1, April 1, July 1 or October 1. 6. the application shall be accompanied by the following documents: 6.1. legal persons a copy of the registration certificate;
6.2. the consultant list according to annex 2 of these rules. 7. the service within one month of this provision in paragraph 5 within the time limit specified in the submission received, provide cross-compliance consulting services provider recognition certificate (hereinafter certificate of recognition) for an unlimited period or writing to justify refusal to issue it. 8. certificate of recognition indicates the provider name and legal address. 9. the service shall not be issued a certificate of recognition, if not complied with any of these terms in paragraph 4 or 6. 10. the Department shall establish and maintain the cross compliance consulting service provider register. The register indicates the provider name, legal address, phone number, e-mail address, number of the certificate of recognition, as well as the consultants ' names, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, and an indication of the scope of cross compliance, in which the consultant provides advice. The information in the registry places the service home page on the internet. 11. Service during 10 working days after this rule 10 referred to the receipt of the information from the service provider shall make the necessary adjustments to the cross-compliance consulting service provider in the registry, as well as the following information: 11.1 recognition licence suspension;
11.2. for cancellation of the certificate of recognition. 12. certificate of recognition For the loss, theft, destruction or irreparable damage by the service provider within five working days of written notice to the Department. Service within 10 working days of the receipt of the written notice issued duplicate of certificate of recognition. 13. The service provider contracts with farmers for cross compliance consulting services in one or more areas to advise farmers, visiting his farm and fill in visit (annex 3). Visit the page to fill in two copies. One copy remains in the farm, and the other – at the service provider. 14. The service provider shall: 14.1. privacy of the farmer and the provision of information services, according to the Council Regulation No 1782/2003 in article 15 requirements;
14.2. compliance with this provision in paragraph 4 above;
14.3. the consultants ' knowledge of the maintenance of the cross-compliance requirements and their practical implementation. 15. The service provider in writing within five working days, inform the staff about last changes in these rules referred to in paragraph 10 of the provider information in the registry. 16. The service provider until the current year January 20, submit to the Department a report on the previous calendar year. The report indicates: 16.1. identified problems, risks and their possible solutions cross-compliance consulting services during the performance of the holdings by this provision in subparagraph 4.1 scope of cross compliance;
16.2. the popular cross-compliance advisory services by 4.1 in the mentioned scope of cross compliance. 17. If irregularities are found in the operation of the service provider, the service is entitled: 17.1. to temporarily suspend the operation of the certificate of recognition;
17.2. to cancel a certificate of recognition. 18. On the certificates of recognition suspension on time, preventing the service provider to provide advisory services, service, decide if the service provider does not comply with these rules 13, 14, 15 and 16 as referred to in paragraph 1. 19. Temporarily suspended the operation of the recognition certificate renewed after the prevention service. 20. the service certificate of recognition shall be withdrawn in the following cases: 20.1. service provider repeatedly during the year does not comply with these rules 13, 14, 15 and 16 as referred to in paragraph 1;
20.2. the service provider wishes to discontinue the provision of the service;
20.3. provider within a year of issue of the certificate of recognition does not conclude any contract on cross compliance consulting services;
20.4. the service provider's economic activity is suspended or terminated;
20.5. the recognition certificate service provider used the forged documents or false statements. 21. Where recognition is withdrawn, the certificate of recognition of the new certificate can be obtained not earlier than one year after the revocation of the certificate of recognition pursuant to these rules 4, 5 and 6 above. 22. decisions may be challenged, and to appeal to the administrative procedure law. The Prime Minister's site-traffic Minister a. shlesers Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 1 Cabinet June 30, 2008. Regulations No 463 of Agriculture Minister m. rose annex 2 Cabinet June 30, 2008. Regulations No 463 of Agriculture Minister m. rose annex 3 Cabinet June 30, 2008. Regulations No 463 of Agriculture Minister m. rose

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