The Provisions On The Formalities Connected With The Arrival Of The Ship In Port And Exit From The Port

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par formalitātēm, kas saistītas ar kuģu ienākšanu ostā un iziešanu no ostas

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 892 Riga 2005 22 November (pr. No 68 45) provisions on the formalities connected with the arrival of the ship in port and exit from the port are Issued in accordance with the State border of the Republic of Latvia article 8 of the law on the fifth part i. General questions 1. down with the arrival of the ship in port and exit from the port formalities. 2. Those rules shall determine the port formalities according to the competence of the State border guard of the supervisors, the State revenue service customs, food and veterinary service (if the ship is in the products of vegetable or animal origin cargo) and the port authority (hereinafter authority). II. General port formalities to be observed when the ship enters the port and leaving its 3. If the vessel's gross tonnage of 300 or more, except for non-commercial (country) service employed in the ship, fishing ship, any kind of historical ships and their replicas including traditional post and shipping promotion and promotion provided that together serve as functional cultural monument, which operated according to traditional principles of seamanship and technique (tradition), and leisure vessels up to 45metr, the captain, the owner, operator or owner of an authorised legal person acting in accordance with the operation of the regulatory agent law (hereinafter referred to as the agent of the ship), prior to entering a port or anchor of Latvia, the Republic of Latvia in the territorial sea or internal waters provide the competent port captain general information on the vessel (vessel name, vessel, vessel type, call sign, IMO identification number, mobile identification of marine services (HM) number, estimated time of arrival at the port, as well as the estimated time of departure from port , number of crew and passengers on board): 3.1 at least 24 hours before the arrival of the ship in port;
3.2. the ship leaving the previous port, if the duration of the voyage is less than that SafeSeaNet isoperational;
3.3. If the next port of call is not known or it is changed during the voyage, as soon as it became known, next is the Latvian port. 4. the master, owner, operator, or agent of the vessel, using electronic mail or faksimilsakar, shall inform the relevant control authorities on arrival of the ship at the port at least six hours prior to entry into, providing information on the type of ship, flag, name, entering or leaving the port, type of cargo, crew and passengers, but the ship leaving from the port — at least two hours before exiting. 5. the master, owner, operator, or agent of the vessel based on the dock operator (stevedoring) provided information on the berth readiness to admit vessels shall inform the relevant control authorities of the ship's mooring time and place as soon as possible, but not later than two hours before. 6. The master of a ship shall have the obligation to take back the person who on board with this ship come in Latvia, if its under immigration laws governing the refusal of entry is received in Latvia, as well as to ensure that person to exit the port the ship will not go of it. 7. Port formalities have been completed, if the relevant control authorities are submitted to these rules 10 and 11 of the acts referred to in the paragraph. 8. If after the provision referred to in paragraph 11 of document submission has been changes crew, passengers or cargo, the ship's captain, owner, operator, or agent of the vessel shall inform the inspection authority concerned. III. Port formalities documents 9. vessels engaged in international traffic the port formalities according to the 1965 International Convention on facilitation of international maritime traffic, with amendments (hereinafter referred to as the IMO FAL Convention) are submitted to the following standardised A4 size form (hereinafter referred to as the IMO FAL forms) and other documents: 9.1. Universal Declaration (IMO FAL Form 1) — basic document under the relevant control authorities, the ship enters the port and leaving its gives information on the ships (annex 1). The General Declaration is valid if it is dated and signed by the master, the ship's agent or other person authorised by the master;
9.2. cargo declaration (IMO FAL Form 2) — a document that, in accordance with the IMO FAL Convention and pursuant to paragraph 2.3.1.1. relevant control authorities are given general information about the cargo on board the vessel when it enters the port and leaving them (annex 2). Cargo declaration may replace the manifest of the vessel, as defined in the IMO FAL Convention in point 2.3.4. Cargo declaration is valid if it is dated and signed by the master, the ship's agent or some other person authorized by the master. Cargo declaration or ship manifest, the ship entered the port shall be submitted, if it is. Leaving the port, cargo declaration or ship manifest submitted, if this port the ship is loaded with cargo. If, in accordance with European Union customs legislation necessary to bring the ship's manifest, cargo declaration is presented;
9.3. ship's stores Declaration (IMO FAL Form 3) — basic document under the relevant control authorities provide information on ship's stores (annex 3), and submitted to, the ship enters the port and leaving them. The ship's stores Declaration is valid if it is dated and signed by the master or other officer of the ship, which is authorised by the master and personal knowledge of the facts relating to the ship's stores;
9.4. crew's effects Declaration (IMO FAL Form 4): the kument pamatd, which according to the relevant control authorities information about the crew's personal effects (annex 4). Control authorities require the crew belongings Declaration to provide data on the crew's personal effects, which is not exempt from customs payments or are subject to the prohibitions and restrictions. Crew's effects Declaration is not filed, the ship leaving the port. Crew's effects Declaration is valid if it is dated and signed by the master or other officer of the ship, which is authorised by the master. Customs officials have the right to require each crew member with a signature to verify your personal property specified in the Declaration, or, if he did, to make a mark against his list;
9.5. crew list (FAL form 5 IMO) — basic document under the relevant control authorities information about the crew and crew, the ship enters the port and leaving them (annex 5). If the relevant control authorities require information about the crew, the ship leaving the port, you can submit a copy of the crew list, which was made when the vessel enters the port. In this case, the signature list again, confirming the indicated changes in the composition of the crew or that changes have occurred. The crew list is valid if it is dated and signed by the master or other officer of the ship, which is authorised by the master;
9.6. passenger list (FAL Form 6, IMO) — basic document under the relevant control authorities information about passengers of the ship, the ship enters the port and leaving them (annex 6). The passenger list includes the IMO FAL Convention 2.7.3. the information listed in point. The passenger list is valid if it is dated and signed by the master, the ship's agent or other person, duly authorised by the master. Passenger ship passenger list may be submitted in place of passenger registration information;
9.7. passenger registration information — basic document under the relevant control authorities information about passengers of the ship, passenger ship entering port and exiting, and which is prepared according to the procedure of registration of ship passenger laws regulating requirements. 10. Arrival in port, the master, owner, operator, or agent of the vessel shall submit the following documents: the National Guard: 10.1 10.1.1. General declarations, one copy;
10.1.2. crew list-two copies;
10.1.3. passenger ship passenger lists or registration information, if you have passengers, two copies;
10.2. The State revenue service customs offices: 10.2.1. General declarations, one copy;
10.2.2. the ship's manifest or cargo declaration, if there is cargo — one copy;
10.2.3. crew list — one copy;
10.2.4. crew's effects declaration — one copy;
10.2.5. ship's stores declaration — one copy;
10.2.6. passenger ship passenger lists or registration information, if you have passengers, one copy;
10.3. the food and Veterinary Office: 10.3.1. General Declaration will be unloaded in the port of vegetable or animal origin cargo — one copy;
10.3.2. the manifest of the vessel or the cargo declaration, will be unloaded in the port of vegetable or animal origin cargo — one copy;
10.4. port authorities the documents and submit the number of copies to be submitted shall be determined in terms of the port, as well as the Cabinet of Ministers on 8 October 2002, the Regulation No. 455 "vessel waste and polluted water making arrangements and ship generated waste management plan of the development agenda." 11. Leaving port, the master, owner, operator, or agent of the vessel shall submit the following documents: the National Guard: 11.1.

11.1.1. the Universal Declaration — one copy;
11.1.2. crew list, one EC semplār;
11.1.3. passenger ship passenger lists or registration information, if you have passengers, one copy;
11.2. The State revenue service customs offices: 11.2.1. General declarations, one copy;
11.2.2. the ship's manifest or cargo declaration, if there is cargo — one copy;
11.2.3. passenger ship passenger lists or registration information, if you have passengers, one copy;
11.2.4. ship's stores Declaration, if a ship's location in the port changes, — one copy;
11.3. the food and Veterinary Office: 11.3.1. General Declaration if the port the ship is loaded with the products of vegetable or animal origin cargo — one copy;
11.3.2. the manifest or manifests, if port a ship is loaded with the products of vegetable or animal origin cargo: one EC semplār;
11.4. port authorities the documents and submit the number of copies to be submitted shall be determined in the port. 12. If the relevant control authorities already have sufficient information about the vessel, its cargo, ship's stores, crew, crew or passengers, goods it can release the master, owner, operator or agent of the vessel from 10 and 11 of these regulations, paragraph or allow the submission of the document to submit less documents number of copies. Port authorities IMO FAL forms may be submitted after the SafeSeaNet isoperational ship in the port of entry or exit from it. 13. the requirements of this regulation do not prejudice the control of officials to inspect the ship, request additional information, as well as take other measures or controls in accordance with border control, customs cooperation, veterinary or phytosanitary control of regulatory laws. In order not to delay the operation of the ship, these measures and checks to be carried out in accordance with the Republic of Latvia the binding rules of international law and in the shortest time possible. IV. Technical specifications 14. Imo FAL forms shall be printed on separate A4 size paper sheets (210mm × 297 mm) arranged vertically. At least one third of the form (the other side) left blank inspection authority notes (if required). 15. This provision in paragraph 10 and 11 documents can be designed to standardised simplified forms, based on the recommendations of the International Maritime Organization in accordance with the IMO FAL Convention which was in force on 1 May 1997. 16. the control authorities in any legible and understandable way provide information also on the forms that are filled out in ink or indelible pencil or prepared electronically. 17. the information referred to in these provisions and for the provision of documents may use electronic means of communication. V. port formalities in specific cases, 18. When the ship arrives in port, the port of Latvia comes from, or exit from the port to go to another port of Latvia or to return to the same port without calling at a port of another country or offshore terminal, the master, owner, operator, or agent of the vessel shall inform the master or the jahtklub port of entry or exit from the port. The State border control on such ships take in such a case, if determined border regulatory laws. Customs controls on such ships carried out in cases where it is subject to customs control. On such a vessel (other than a recreational vessels) must be a crew list, ship's passenger list or registration information of passengers and crew and passenger identity documents. 19. Passenger ships and cargo passenger ships with a horizontal cargo loading and unloading (Ro/pax vessel) regular lines that connect only to ports of the European Union, entering and exiting the port (starting with the second flight), the National Guard to be submitted in a single copy in the passenger ship passenger lists or registration information, if you have passengers, crew list, if there is a change (compared to the previously submitted). 20. Port formalities on site recreational craft shall be defined with the port authority, after consulting the relevant control authorities. Recreational vessels shall comply with the order in which the persons crossing the State border of the Republic of Latvia. Leaving the Harbor, to cross the State border of the Republic of Latvia, the rest of the vessel shall inform the relevant port captain for the number of persons on board. 21. the terminals, which comes in passenger ships, cruise ships, cargo and passenger ferries and other vessels of similar type, port authority after consulting the National Guard special inspections where passengers and cargo examination takes place after the pass-line principle, in order, separated by the border crossing traffic entry and exit flows. 22. foreign vessels, equipment and personnel participating in the marine pollution or other types of emergency events, the effects of the liquidation is subject only to the national border guard control. VI. final question 23. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 15 September 1998, the Regulation No 348 ' provisions on the entry and exit formalities at the port "(Latvian journal, 1998, nr. 270; 2002, 32 No; 2005, 77 no). Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 February 2002 Directive 2002/6/EC on reporting formalities for ships arriving in and/or departing from ports of the Member States of the community;
2) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 June 2002 Directive 2002/59/EC establishing a Community vessel traffic monitoring and information system and repealing Council Directive 93/75/EEC. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, the provisions of no. 892 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, the provisions of no. 892 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, the provisions of no. 892 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, the provisions of no. 892 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 5 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, the provisions of no. 892 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 6 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, the Regulations No. 892 traffic Minister a. shlesers