The Procedure For The Issue, Refuse Or Revoke The Export And Import Permits For Goods Which Could Be Used For Capital Punishment, Torture Or Other Cruel, Inhuman Or Degrading Treatment Or Punishment

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā izsniedz, atsaka vai anulē eksporta un importa atļaujas precēm, kuras varētu izmantot nāvessoda izpildei, spīdzināšanai vai citādai nežēlīgai, necilvēcīgai vai pazemojošai rīcībai vai sodīšanai

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 620 in Riga in 2006 (25 July. No 39 43) procedures for issuing, refusing or withdrawing authorisation of exports and imports of goods which could be used for capital punishment, torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment Issued in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 law equipment of the first paragraph of article 3, paragraph 1. rules shall determine any issue, refuse or revoke the export and import permits (hereinafter permits) goods which could be used for capital , torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment (hereinafter goods), as well as the movement of goods subject to the obligations arising from the Council of 27 June 2005, Regulation (EC) no 1236/2005 concerning trade in certain goods which could be used for capital punishment, torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment (hereinafter Regulation No 1236/2005). 2. Control is subject to the goods referred to in Regulation (EC) no 1236/2005 Annex 2 and 3. 3. The Ministry of economy issued the following documents: 3.1. Regulation No. 1236/2005 2. imports referred to in the annex to the permit;
3.2. Regulation No. 1236/2005 2. goods referred to in the annex of the export permit;
3.3. Regulation No. 1236/2005 3. exports of goods referred to in the annex. 4. signature of the authorisation provided by the Ministry of Economic Affairs authorised officers (hereinafter authorised persons). 5. to get the goods to the export or import permit, the applicant (hereinafter the applicant) of the Ministry of the economy, submit an application for authorisation (annex a) and the following documents: legal: 5.1 5.1.1. the certificate of registration issued by the commercial register copy (showing original);
5.1.2. the export transaction, a copy of the contract;
5.1.3 approval of final uses-if product will be exhibited in the Museum;
5.1.4. a statement that the goods will be used only for the declared purposes and will not be used for torture;
5.2. the natural person: 5.2.1. passport copy (showing original);
5.2.2. the export transaction, a copy of the contract;
5.2.3. the approval for final uses-if the goods will be exhibited in the Museum;
5.2.4. certification that the goods will be used only for the declared purposes and will not be used for torture. 6. End use approval shall contain the following information: 6.1 goods to the end user's legal name, address, telephone and fax numbers;
6.2. the legal name of business intermediaries;
6.3. the reference to the contract between the exporter and the final user;
6.4. end use, the name of the country;
6.5. a statement that the goods will be used only for the declared purposes and will not be used for torture. 7. On all copies of documents must bear the inscription "the copy corresponds to the original". If the applicant is a legal person, the copies must be stamped with the company seal. 8. If the application is lodged by the representative of the applicant, that person is required for the applicant is issued a token. 9. the applicant may submit the application and necessary documents for receiving of permission, sent by post or on arrival at the economic Ministry personally. 10. The applicant submissions of import and export licences for a maximum of 15darbdien appearance. If the documents submitted information is incomplete or inaccurate, authorised persons have the right to request additional information, and to postpone the issue until the receipt of the information. 11. If the notified person shall adopt a decision to cancel an authorisation, as well as the decision on the refusal to issue a licence or make the amendment, to the applicant within 10 working days of the adoption of the decision in writing to give a reasoned answer. 12. If changing the permissions specified in the applicant's undertaking, the applicant 10darbdien the properties after the relevant change in the Ministry of the economy, submit an application and the documents attached to it, justifying the amendment permit issued. 13. in addition to the Regulation No. 1236/2005 specified criteria of the authorised person can take a decision on the refusal to issue a licence to the applicant if: 13.1. application documents or provides false statements or accompanying documents are forged;
13.2. after repeated request of the authorised persons, in the absence of these regulations set out the information required in the application, or not submitted all the required supporting documents. 14. To extend the authorization, the Merchant shall submit to the Ministry of Economic Affairs issued the original and application with a request to extend. 15. the decision of the parties on the authorization or cancellation, refusal to issue a licence or make the amendment may be challenged in the Ministry of the economy. The Ministry of the economy, may appeal to the Court of Justice of the administrative procedure law. 16. the authorisation is entitled to use only the natural or legal person to whom it was issued. That person or entity is responsible for the use of the licence. 17. If the permit has been lost, the Ministry of economy after the receipt of the written submission of the ma shall authorise the duplicate. Prime Minister a. Halloween economic Minister a. Štokenberg annex a Cabinet of 25 July 2006, regulations No 620 model application to import or export authorization economic Minister a. Štokenberg in