Rules For Public Event Organizer Civil Liability Compulsory Insurance

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par publiska pasākuma organizatora civiltiesiskās atbildības obligāto apdrošināšanu

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 298 in Riga, 8 May 2007 (pr. 4. § 28) the rules on the public event organizer civil liability compulsory insurance Issued pursuant to Public Entertainment and celebratory event security law article 10 of the second paragraph of point 8 i. General questions 1. determines the order in which the actions of the organ is insured for civil liability, zator and civil liability insurance policy holders mini clay. 2. Third parties are visitors to the event, which is not responsible for the organisation of events and logistical support. 3. the third party shall indemnify the losses was a civil liability compulsory insurance contract (hereinafter-the insurance contract) during operation and for which the insurer notified the insurance for the duration of the contract or not less than six months after the insurance contract expiration in accordance with the agreement of the parties to the insurance contract. II. conclusion of the insurance contract 4. If the public does not need permission for the organisation, the event organizer, the insurance contract shall be concluded prior to the authorisation. 5. If a public event for the organisation permission is not required, the event organizer before the insurance contract shall be the relevant event. 6. civil liability compulsory insurance being a public event during a response event organizer. III. Limits of liability 7. Concluding the insurance contract for the event organizer civil legal liability compulsory insurance for one event, the minimum liability insurance contract for one insurance event and for the total period of insurance is as follows: 7.1 if the planned measure visitors and the number of participants is up to 100 people-2000 lats;
7.2. If the planned measure visitors and the number of participants is from 101 to 1000 people-7500 dollars;
7.3. If the planned measure visitors and the number of participants has more than 1000 people-10000 dollars. 8. If during the event planned to use an increased hazard sources or pyrotechnics, event organizer civil liability compulsory insurance šināšan one event, the minimum liability insurance contract for one insurance event and for the total period of insurance is two times greater than that of the provisions referred to in paragraph 7, the minimum liability amount. 9. Concluding with the event organisers insurance contract for more civil court action by joint liability compulsory insurance, total insurance agreement minimum šināšan liability amount is LVL 30000, minimum amount of liability insurance for one case, determined in accordance with the provisions of point 7 and 8. IV. Insurance contract provided for recoverable expenditure 10. insurance contract shall provide that insurance for photovoltaic modules cover the expenses for the issue of such third party's life or damage: 10.1. expenses related to the treatment of a third party (the arrival of a third party, posting and stay in the medical institution, for the diagno so, treatment and rehabilitation, care of the person, for the treatment and healing food purchase, home treatment, including travel incurred by visiting the hospital as well as prosthetic Arthroplasty, and technical AIDS for the purchase or lease);
10.2. expenses related to the third-person temporary incapacity (including foregone income on treatment person's certified disability time-money amount of labour relations legislation in regulating vajos in normat duly calculated third-person average earnings of physicians certified incapacity of the person, the less time after the health damage of third party law duly granted benefits and compensation);
10.3. costs related to third party uptime losses (including the difference in income, determined in accordance with the provisions of sub-paragraph 10.2.-of the estimated income not received received earned income (if any), and from the State social insurance budget allocated pension or from State and local budget received benefits);
10.4. expenses associated with the death of a third party (including roll the damage of dājam not part of income received, which is due for each dependant, third person living and deducted from the allocated the dependant survivors pension). Dependents: 10.4.1. third-party children (also adopted) to reach age away or while they are learning secondary education institution or higher education institutions are full time students (but no longer than up to 24 years of age), regardless of age, if they are before adulthood become disabled;
10.4.2. third parties brothers, sisters and grandchildren, if they are under the age of 18 years and no other functional household or while they are learning secondary education institution or higher education institutions are full time students (but no longer than up to 24 years of age), regardless of age, if they have no other survivors and they live before the adulthood become disabled;
10.4.3. disabling third party widow dependant parents or siblings to their uptime, as well as a functional widow, if a family has children up to eight years or a disabled child;
10.4.4. other third-person past dependent family members, which are to be considered as such according to the law "on State pensions";
10.5. expenses related to the funeral of a third party. Insurance šināšan contract States that pay the actual iztērēto and proven with documents for reasonable expenses. The right to receive damages for the death of a third party is a natural person, which has taken the funeral and has recorded the original death certificate, as well as the submitted documents proving the fact of death;
10.6. the costs incurred by national pension or benefits paid from the State social insurance special budget or the budget of the State injured third party, or the dependant. 11. The insurance contract shall provide that insurance will cover the costs of šinātāj third party property damage suffered or its destruction. V. the claims procedure and decision on claims 12. who qualifies for insurance claims, than to be so quickly it may inform in writing the event organizer for the acts or omissions of the damage caused. 13. the organizer of the event, after the event insurance: 13.1 immediately, as soon as possible, notify the insurer in writing about any measure directed against the organizer or the claims submitted to the Court the claim of the third party's life and health, damage or damage caused by third parties, or to third party property belongings of collapse;
13.2. without delay, as soon as possible, notify the insurer in writing about events that could be a potential cause of claim or claims against the insured for suckling izvir losses compensation provides the insurance contract;
13.3. seven days written notice to the third party claim to insurance claims, the need to turn to the insurer for damage assessment, as well as notify the insurer in writing that a third party has been informed about it;
13.4. seven days in writing inform the public of the authorising organisation of the event. 14. The event organizer shall submit to the insurer the insured equestrian event completed application-statement of losses (hereinafter application). Application description as detailed as possible for potential or already occurred in the insurance case. The application shall be accompanied by: 14.1. compulsory insurance against civil liability in respect of a copy of the insurance policy;
14.2. documents certifying the insured loss in the order of the fault (if any). The following documents shall be deemed to be: 14.2.1. investigation, judicial authorities or other competent bodies, with which the insured person is found guilty of breach of third party šajai;
14.2.2. other documents certifying the insured's fault. 15. The event organizer shall submit to the insurer that rule 16. pun kt documents referred to the case where a third party has presented the event organiser Orga. 16. Third party or its successor rights and obligations (third party in the event of death), the insurer shall submit the application for damages for the sa. The application shall be accompanied by: 16.1 the National Center of forensic expertise's opinion or the opinion of the medical establishment for: 16.1.1. third parties life and health, the nature of the damage and seriousness;
16.1.2. a third person's cause of death;
16.2. the documents (if any) that attest to the damage and the amount;
16.3. the investigative or judicial documents about the incident (if any);
16.4. the administrative act concerning the organisation of a public event of infringement of the provisions (if any);

16.5. the Court ruling on the damages to a third party, if the third person has submitted a claim for damages, and it dealt with in court. 17. Within one month of the date of receipt of the application for claims for damages and this provision in paragraph 14.2, and the documents referred to in paragraph 16, the insurer shall decide on the costs of insurance claims, or of the refusal to pay insurance claims. The insurer the decision taken within five working days, inform the applicant of the insurance case and the applicant. Claims paid within 10 working days of the adoption of the relevant decision. 18. The insurer within 10 working days of the compensation cost of the third party of the event organizer of the acts or omissions of the damage suffered by third parties life and health, or suffered damage to property of a third party, or third party's property destruction shall inform the public of the authorising organisation of the event. 19. Claims for third party uptime, as well as the loss of insurance reimbursement for the cost of the third death in at least every month (unless otherwise agreed with the insurer) until the preserved third-person capacity loss or until the preserved the dependent dependant status. VI. final question 20. Requirements of this regulation do not apply to event organizers, who received permission to hold a public event to the date of entry into force of the provisions. Prime Minister a. Halloween Justice Minister g. Smith