Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 20 September 2005, The Regulation No 725 "rules On Minimum Safety And Labelling Requirements For Dietary Supplements And Dietary Supplements Registration Order"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2005.gada 20.septembra noteikumos Nr.725 "Noteikumi par obligātajām nekaitīguma un marķējuma prasībām uztura bagātinātājiem un uztura bagātinātāju reģistrācijas kārtību"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 51 in Riga in 2008 (January 29. 6. § 18) the amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 20 September 2005, the Regulation No 725 "rules on minimum safety and labelling requirements for dietary supplements and dietary supplements registration order" Issued under the food surveillance law article 4 of part two and 10.1 and 13. the third paragraph of article 1 do Cabinet of 20 September 2005, the Regulation No 725 "rules on minimum safety and labelling requirements for dietary supplements and dietary supplements registration order" (Latvian journal , 2005, 152, 154, 210. no; 2007, 112 no). the following amendments: 1. express an indication on what basis the provisions of the law, issued by the following: "Issued under the food surveillance law article 4 of part two and 10.1 and third part of article 13";
1.2. the deletion of paragraph 1, the words "and related costs";
1.3. make points 14 and 15 by the following: "14. at 6 and 11 of these regulations, paragraph document the receipt of food and veterinary service invoice is issued to the applicant the expenses paid for the inclusion of food supplements food and veterinary service of food supplements in the register or on the document inspection of food supplements.
15. the fees for the inclusion of food supplements food and veterinary service of food supplements in the register or on the inspection of food supplements shall be borne by the applicant in accordance with the laws and regulations of the food and veterinary service of the national monitoring and control activities. ";
1.4. to supplement the provisions of the following paragraph 22.1: "void of lost 22.1 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 3 April 2001, Regulation No 154" minimum safety requirements for dietary supplements "(Latvian journal, 2001, 56 no; 2002, no. 42; 2003, no. 167; in 2004, 69 no). "
2. the rules shall enter into force by February 1, 2008. Prime Minister i. Godmanis Minister of Agriculture m. rose