The Procedure For The Issue Of A Permit (License) For Fishing For Specific Purposes And Scientific Research Purposes

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā izsniedz atļaujas (licences) zvejai īpašos nolūkos un zinātniskās izpētes nolūkos

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/104131

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 192 in Riga, 15 March 2005 (pr. No. 14) order in which permission (license) issued to fish for specific purposes and scientific research purposes issued under the Fisheries Act, article 12 quarter 1. determines the order in which the natural or legal persons are granted permission (license) to fish for specific purposes and scientific research purposes of the Republic of Latvia in internal waters, in territorial waters and economic zone waters.
2. Permission (license) to fish for specific purposes and scientific research purposes shall be issued by the environmental protection administration.
3. Natural or legal persons who intend to fish for specific purposes or scientific research purposes (hereinafter applicant) shall submit an application in the management of nature conservation on permission (license) received for specific purposes or scientific research purposes.
4. where to fish for specific purposes or scientific research purposes designed for inland waters, the Baltic Sea or Bay of Riga, the applicant shall indicate in the application: 4.1 permission (license) the recipient's first name, last name, ID number, phone number and address of the legal person or the name, registration number, phone number and address;
4.2. the person responsible for the name and telephone number;
4.3. the fisherman (fishermen's) first and last name;
4.4. the period for fishing;
4.5. place for fishing. If fishing for inland waters, the water body or water bodies and local (self government), in the territory of which it is located. If fishing for Baltic Sea or Bay of Riga, indicating fisheries and local governments (municipalities), in the territory of which it is located;
4.6. gear types, or length in metres and mesh size in millimetres;
4.7. the fishing vessels or vessels registration numbers.
5. where to fish for specific purposes or scientific research purposes for the Gulf of Riga or Latvia in the Baltic Sea in the territorial waters of the Republic of (other than the coast) or economic zone waters, the applicant shall indicate in the application: 5.1 permits (license) the recipient's first name, last name, ID number, phone number and address of the legal person or the name, registration number, phone number and address;
5.2. the person responsible for the name and telephone number;
5.3. the period for fishing;
5.4. the fishing district, which provides for fishing;
5.5. the ship's name, type, registration number, call sign, of the port, as well as the owner of the ship and its address;
5.6. the ship's gross tonnage (tonnes) of the total power of the engine (in kilowatts), speed (knots) and greater length (in metres);
5.7. master's name and last name;
5.8. the number of crew members;
5.9. types of fishing gear, the number or the length in metres and mesh size in millimetres;
5.10. the scientific work of the person responsible for the name and telephone number, as well as a number of members of the scientific team and its supervisor's name, if fishing for scientific research purposes.
6. the application shall be accompanied by the applicant State in the management of the fisheries and Environment Ministry operating rules of harmonised body of water, the fisheries program or a copy of the project, the need to fish for specific purposes or scientific research purposes, as well as document, which contains information on the proposed derogations from commercial fishing or angling rules and indication of those catches that fishermen shall not be included in the catch limits.
7. If any of the provisions referred to in paragraph 6 of document for more permission (license), the documents do not need to re-submit.
8. If the information provided in the application is incomplete or inaccurate, the environmental protection administration is entitled to require from the applicant the additional information required.
9. If the license period there have been changes in the information specified in the application, the natural or legal person who has received permission (license) to fish for specific purposes or scientific research purposes, 10 working days in writing inform the environmental protection administration.
10. Decision concerning the issue of a permit (license) for specific purposes or scientific research purposes or to justify the refusal to issue a licence referred to in (license) a nature conservation authority takes 20 days after submission or additional information requested.
11. authorisation (licence) to fish for specific purposes or scientific research purposes to inland waters, fishing in the Baltic Sea or Bay of Riga shall be issued in accordance with the provisions laid down in the annex to the permit (license) the sample form. Permission (license) to fish for specific purposes or scientific research purposes in the territorial waters of the Republic of Latvia (except the coast) or economic zone waters shall be issued in accordance with the laws and regulations on industrial fishing in the territorial waters and economic zone waters down the permission (license) the sample form.
12. After the authorisation (licence) to fish for specific purposes or scientific research purposes receive nature conservation in the management of the National Environment Department issued to each respective permission (license) to the recipient a separate logbook.
13. Nature protection authority is entitled to refuse permission (license) issued for specific purposes or scientific research purposes in the following cases: If the application does not specify 13.1. all required information or it is false news;
13.2. If the application is not added to that rule 6, paragraph document justifying the need to fish for specific purposes or scientific research purposes.
14. the nature protection authority is entitled to revoke the permission (license) to fish for specific purposes or scientific research purposes in the following cases: 14.1. where it is established that the application or the documents attached to it is false news;
14.2. If the natural or legal person who has received permission (license) to fish for specific purposes or scientific research purposes, violates the commercial fishing rules;
14.3. If the natural or legal person who has received permission (license) to fish for specific purposes or scientific research purposes, does not comply with or violates the relevant permission (license);
14.4. If the national fisheries authority and the Ministry of the environment provide mutually agreed opinion that this provision has been lost the documents referred to in point 6 of the reasons or certain circumstances have changed the permission (license) the continued use is not justified or possible.
15. If the nature protection authority has taken a decision on the refusal to issue a permit (license) for specific purposes or fisheries scientific research purposes, so within 10 working days of the decision, notify the applicant in writing, stating the decision of the opposition and appeal procedures.
16. If the nature protection authority has taken a decision on the permission (license) to fish for specific purposes or scientific research purposes, the three working days after the decision shall notify the natural or legal person, who has received permission (license), and the National Environment Department.
Prime Minister a. Halloween Environment Minister r. vējonis Editorial Note: regulations shall enter into force with the March 23, 2005.
 
The annex to Cabinet of 15 March 2005, regulations No 192 environment ministers r. vējonis