The Provisions On The Political Party Registry Entry Publication Procedures, Costs And Charging Arrangements

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par politisko partiju reģistra ierakstu publicēšanas kārtību, izmaksu apmēru un maksas iekasēšanas kārtību

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 76 in Riga in 2007 January 23rd (Mon. Nr. 6 23. §) rules for the political party registry entry publication procedures, costs and charging order Issued under the political party law article 18, second subparagraph 1. determines the political party registry (hereinafter lot register) entry arrangements for publication of the newspaper "Gazette", costs and charging procedures. 2. a lot of registry entries for publication in the newspaper "Latvian journal" batch register authority shall submit one workday after entry. 3. Newspaper "journal" provides a lot of the entries in the register published four working days after the receipt of the information from the registry. 4. The fee for a lot of the entries made in the register a publication of political parties or associations thereof (hereinafter lot), registration is $24. 5. The fee for another batch of entries in the register and publication of the amendments is 8 lats. 6. If several amendments to the same lot lot of registry entries that are applied at the same time, the fee for the publication is 8 lats. 7. The fee for the publication of the party registry entry is not charged in the following cases: 7.1. registry entry related to the administrative area boundary alteration, or change of name, as well as the street name or building number;
7.2. the batch register entry is made on the basis of a judicial decision;
7.3. a lot of registry entries associated with the liquidation of the party;
7.4. the Party excluded from party registry. 8. Fee for the registry entry batch publishing pay the party before the application of the party in the registry office. Prime Minister a. Halloween Justice Minister g. Smith