Provisions On The Procedures For The Market Surveillance Authorities Shall Inform The Consumer Rights Protection Centre Of The Measures That Restrict Or Prevent The Placing Of Goods In Circulation, And The Consumer Protection Centre Forward The Informa...

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par kārtību, kādā tirgus uzraudzības iestādes informē Patērētāju tiesību aizsardzības centru par veiktajiem pasākumiem, kas ierobežo vai liedz preču laišanu apgrozībā, un kādā Patērētāju tiesību aizsardzības centrs saņemto informāciju nosūta Eir

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 916 Riga, 6 December 2005 (pr. No 72. § 3) the rules for the order in which the market surveillance authorities shall inform the consumer rights protection centre of the measures that restrict or prevent the placing of goods in circulation, and the consumer protection centre received information sent to the European Commission and with the information received from the European Commission Issued in accordance with the safety of goods and Services Act 16. the second paragraph of article i. General questions 1. establish procedures in which market surveillance authorities, as well as the authorities and the MUI that the food and veterinary service (hereinafter referred to as the market monitoring and control authorities) inform the consumer rights protection Centre (hereinafter referred to as the Centre) of the measures that restrict or prevent the placing of goods in circulation, and the order in which the Centre will forward the information received to the European Commission and with the information received from the European Commission. 2. These provisions shall not apply to the exchange of information on medicinal products, veterinārfarmaceitisk products, medical devices, medical goods, in vitro diagnostic medical devices and food. 3. the exchange of information between the Centre and the market surveillance and enforcement authorities for goods or services takes place, in case the market surveillance and control body shall take measures appropriate to the safety of goods and services, article 13 of the law or the requirements set out in the Act under the 8 February 1993 Council Regulation No 339/93 on checks of products for compliance with the security rules, which are imported from third countries, laid down in article 2. 4. market surveillance and the control authority shall notify the Center if it is received by the manufacturer, distributor or provider of the goods, the risk of which is incompatible with the General safety requirements, and the respective product or thing is common in other Member States of the European Union. Where the market surveillance authority shall inform the supplier, manufacturer, retailer or service provider-it is sent by the information center. II. Exchange of information between market surveillance and the control authorities and the Centre of Latvia's rapid exchange of information within the system LRAPEX 5. the exchange of information between the Centre and the market surveillance and enforcement authorities in Latvia Latvia takes place in the quick exchange of information systems LRAPEX (information system). It is an electronic information exchange system, including notification and response forms and a user guide. 6. the Centre shall provide assistance in market surveillance and the control authorities in the use of the information system and ensure its operation. 7. If the system does not work due to technical problems, the market surveillance authorities of information and control centre sends any other technically feasible manner. 8. providing information to the Centre, market monitoring and control authorities assess the risk of goods or services according to the requirements of laws and regulations on the safety of goods and services and the requirements established by the April 29, 2004 European Commission decision 2004/418/EC approved guidelines for working with the Community rapid information exchange system (RAPEX) and Directive 2001/95/EC on general product safety laid down in article 11. 9. market monitoring and control authorities, the Centre informed of the measures taken to limit or prohibit the placing in circulation of goods while providing Center information about the risks and about whether it impacts may occur in the European Union. 10. market monitoring and control authorities are responsible for the validity of the information contained in the notice and accuracy. III. Exchange of information between the Centre and the European Commission the Community rapid information exchange system RAPEX within 11. After market monitoring and control authorities informed on the measures taken to limit or prohibit the placing on the market of the goods, the Center shall inform the European Commission, through the Community rapid information exchange system RAPEX (the RAPEX system) if the risk of the goods in question and its impacts may occur in the European Union. 12. the Centre and market monitoring and control authorities, preparing the message, or reply to the RAPEX notifications, followed by 29 April 2004 the European Commission decision 2004/418/EC approved guidelines for working with the Community rapid information exchange system (RAPEX) and Directive 2001/95/EC on general product safety provided for in article 11 of the messages at certain time-limits for reply and provide the specified information. 13. After receipt of the notification of the European Commission, the Centre shall inform the market surveillance and control authority, which is obliged to check the information received and, where necessary, take action under the law on the safety of goods and services. 14. If the communication of the European Commission has requested urgent action and found serious risk to consumers of goods, market supervision and control authority via an information system gives an answer to the Centre on the market the results of the monitoring activities. The Centre will forward this information to the European Commission. 15. the Centre and the market surveillance authorities and ensure that the Commission with them could be contacted if needed urgent action. 16. market surveillance and the control authorities shall draw up a report or provides an answer to the RAPEX system notifications, whether or not the manufacturer, distributor or service provider has just launched the appeal procedure. Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 December 2001, Directive 2001/95/EC on general product safety. Prime Minister a. Halloween economic Minister A.r. Kariņš