Rules For Associations And Foundations, Which In 2008 Are Exempt From Real Estate Tax Payments On Those Sites Buildings

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par biedrībām un nodibinājumiem, kas 2008.gadā atbrīvoti no nekustamā īpašuma nodokļa maksājumiem par tiem piederošajām ēkām

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 368 in Riga, June 5, 2007 (pr. No 33 14. §) rules on associations and foundations, which in 2008 are exempt from real estate tax payments for these buildings Issued suspension in accordance with the law "on real estate tax" 1. the second paragraph of article 18, paragraph 1. determine the associations and foundations, which in 2008 are exempt from real estate tax payments for associations and foundations of buildings sites.
2. From real estate tax payments on associations and foundations of buildings are exempt sites such associations and foundations: auce Latvian Association 2.1 crisis centre "House";
2.2. the 1991 barricades members of society;
2.3. NGO "Latvian Youth Council";
2.4. NGO "Latvian Union of Architects";
2.5. the society of the "save the children";
2.6. the Association "Union of the deaf of Latvia";
2.7. the society of the blind;
2.8. "Latvian Red Cross";
2.9. "Latvian SOS Children's Village Association";
2.10. the Foundation "the World Wildlife Fund";
2.11. Riga city Latgale suburb society of disabled persons;
2.12. the care and development of the stands "Mežazīl";
2.13. "the Union of the municipalities of Latvia";
2.14. "employee of the Latvian theatre Union";
2.15. "Dunduriņš".
3. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 27 June 2006 no. 533 of the rules "rules for the associations and foundations, which are exempt from real estate tax payments for these buildings and construction sites" (Latvian journal, 2006, no. 102).
4. the rules shall enter into force by 1 January 2008.
Prime Minister a. Halloween instead of the Minister of finance, regional development and local Government Minister a. Štokenberg Editorial Note: regulations shall enter into force by 1 January 2008.