The Procedure For The Grant And The Owner Of The Animal Shall Receive Compensation For Losses Incurred By The State Supervision Of Animal Infectious Diseases Or Epizootic Outbreak

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā piešķir un dzīvnieku īpašnieks saņem kompensāciju par zaudējumiem, kas radušies valsts uzraudzībā esošās dzīvnieku infekcijas slimības vai epizootijas uzliesmojuma laikā

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 177 in Riga, 15 March 2005 (pr. 14. § 3) the procedure for the grant and the owner of the animal shall receive compensation for losses incurred by the State supervision of animal infectious diseases or epizootic outbreak Issued in accordance with article 35 of the law on veterinary medicine, second subparagraph, and article 38, the second part of rule 1 defines the procedure for the grant and the owner of the animal shall receive compensation for losses incurred by the State in the supervision of infectious diseases of animals (annex 1) and during the outbreak of the disease.
2. Compensation paid to the owner of the animals of the Field support service regional agricultural administration (Administration).
3. Management of infectious animal disease and epizootic outbreaks during the loss to the animal owner is compensated for in the following: 3.1 the outbreak of an epizootic disease and its loss in the fight, according to this provision, 2., 3., 4., 5 and 6 of the annex;
3.2. the transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (BSE and Skrēp disease) outbreak and its loss in the fight — in accordance with these rules 2, 5 and annex 7;
3.3. bovine tuberculosis, bovine, ovine and caprine brucellosis and enzootic bovine leukosis outbreak and its loss in the fight – up to 50% of the average of kautprodukt.
4. where products of animal origin are exported, but the outbreak of the disease and its fighting during the limitation of economic activity, product sales prohibition or animal vaccination policy is terminated the export production, compensation shall be calculated on the basis of the difference between the export price and the local market price.
5. food and veterinary service officer (hereinafter Inspector) draw up legislation on forced and destroy animals slaughtered, the carcasses destroyed, products of animal origin, ova, embryos, and animal feed, as well as destroyed equipment or damage caused from animal housing sanitation. A copy of the Act shall be issued to the owner of the animal.
6. the Inspector in paragraph 5 of these rules in the Act for forcibly or destroy animals slaughtered shall check on the amount of compensation payable and shall indicate: "reduce the amount of compensation payable" or "do not reduce the amount of compensation payable", taking into account the following assessment criteria: 6.1 forcibly destroyed the animals slaughtered or age;
6.2. diseases caused by the impact of changes in the value of the products;
6.3. the live weight;
6.4. market value;
6.5. forcibly animals slaughtered subsequent processing food, feed or other people not to use the product;
6.6. the forced destruction of the animals slaughtered.
7. Compensation for forced and slaughtered the animals destroyed, taking into account the indication of the Inspector in paragraph 5 of these provisions in the Act, the Board may be paid: 7.1, not exceeding 75% of the provisions laid down in Appendix 2 the amount of the refund, if compensation is paid to the disease or transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (BSE, Skrēp disease) during the fight to cover expenditure incurred;
7.2. up to 25% of the average of kautprodukt, where the refund is paid for bovine tuberculosis, bovine, ovine and caprine brucellosis, or enzootic bovine leukosis during the fight to cover the expenditure incurred.
8. to receive compensation, the owner of the livestock sector: 8.1. applications;
8.2. a mandatory if the Bill of lading, have purchased animal feed, animal products, live animals, embryos, ova, inventory;
8.3. documents proving ownership of the animal (purchase agreement, or animal movement of accounting documents);
8.4. This provision in the legislation referred to in paragraph 5, if the force is killed or destroyed animals, destroyed carcasses, animal products, eggs, embryos, and animal feed, as well as destroyed equipment or due to damage to animal housing sanitation.
9. The Board examined the documents, taking into account the provisions of paragraph 6 of the Inspector referred to in a statement of the amount of the refund (reduction or reduction), and the quarterly cost of compensation to the owner of the animal, the animal owner's transfer to a bank account.
10. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet's June 3, 2003 Regulation No 293 "procedure for granting and animal owner shall receive compensation for losses due to the disease or State supervision of infectious diseases of animals at the time of the fight" (Latvian journal, 2003, no. 85; 2004, nr. 19).
Informative reference to European Union directive rules included provisions deriving from Council 13 December 1977 Directive 78/52/EEC laying down Community criteria for national plans related to enhanced of brucellosis, tuberculosis and enzootic bovine leukosis as regards bovine herds of the fight.
Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. Roze Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions by 19 March 2005.
 
1. the annex to Cabinet of 15 March 2005, regulations No 177 national supervision of animal infectious diseases that occur during combat losses compensated by the owner of the animal 1. Bovine spongiform encephalopathy.
2. Sheep and goat Skrēp disease.
3. Bovine Tuberculosis.
4. Bovine, ovine and caprine brucellosis.
5. Enzootic Bovine Leukosis.
Minister of agriculture m. Roze annex 2 Cabinet of 15 March 2005, regulations No 177 loss compensation for forced and destroy animals slaughtered no PO box
Animal species or category of damages (in dollars per animal) 1.
Monitoring (individual animal tracking and control system, which provides the productivity and product quality data assessing the) existing cow 300 2.
The cow, which do not comply with paragraph 1 of this annex the specific category, tele and bull, older than one year 200 3.
Certified breeding bull 500 4.
Due to the age of one to 100 5.
Captive-bred deer, older than one year, 150 6.
Captive-bred deer up to one year of age 80 7.
Monitoring in ovine or caprine animals or teķ, ibex 100 8.

Other adults breeding animals, which do not conform to this annex, paragraph 7 a specific criterion (sheep, goat, teķ, ibex) 70 9.
Jaundzīvniek (Lamb, kid), older than 6 months 50 10.
Jaundzīvniek (Lamb, kid) up to 6 months of age 20 11.
Monitoring of existing sow or boar 120 12.
Other adults breeding stock (sow, boar) 100 13.
Gilts or fattening animals, older than 5 months 100 14.
Piglets up to 5 months of age 25 15.
Other captive-bred increased by 100 16 pārnadz.
Other captive-bred domestic baby 60 17.
Certified breeding Stallion 900 18.
Certified breeding Mare 700 19.
High class sports horse 2000 20.
Young of the year up to the age of 2 250 21.
The Colt up to 12 months of age 150 22.
The Colt until 6 months of age 60 23.
Other horses, older than 2 years 400 24.
Grown donkey, pony 400 25.
Donkey or pony Colt until the age of 12 months 100 26.
Other adults solipeds (Zebra, Mule and other wild solipeds) 300 27.
Other solipeds kid under the age of 12 months 50 28.
Adult birds (chicken, quail) 2.50 29.
Adult birds (duck, goose, Turkey, captive-bred wild bird) 6 30.
Chicken (chicken) 0.35 31.
Turkey poults for 2.50 32.
Gosling, quail kid and captive-bred wild birds baby 1.70 33.
Poultry (duck, goose, Turkey, captive-bred wild bird) 4 34.
Poultry (chicken, quail) 1 35.
Grown Strauss 150 36.
New Strauss to productivity age 60 37.
Baby ostrich 10 38.
The imported animals, imported not more than three years before the outbreak of communicable diseases 100% of the purchase value of the Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 3 Cabinet of 15 March 2005, regulations No 177 loss compensation for destroyed animal feed no PO box
Way to feed the compensation of losses (in dollars per tonne) (1).
Silage prepared silage pits or towers 8 2.
Silage in hermetically sealed packaging (rolls) 12 3.
Hay 25 4.
Grains (barley, wheat, rye, oats) 50 5.
Other feedingstuffs and feed additives for animal feed in accordance with average market values or the mandatory purchase of goods specified in the invoice amount to the Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 4 Cabinet of 15 March 2005, regulations No 177 refund amount for damages incurred by disinfection of the animal housing no PO box
Animal the type of loss compensation (ls) 1.
Beef storage (for parking) 300 2.
Sheep, goats, pigs fattening storage (for parking) 30 3.
Mammals of sows storage (for parking) 150 4.
Pregnant gilts and sows storage (for parking) 50 5.
Other cloven-hoofed animals (breeding boars, breeding pigs and others) storage (for parking) 200 6.
Solipeds (horses, mules, donkeys and other) storage (for parking) 300 7.
Birds of storage (about 10 m2 large area) 50 agricultural Minister m. rose annex 5 Cabinet of 15 March 2005, regulations No 177 loss compensation for destroyed animal carcases and animal products no PO box
Products of animal origin, the amount of compensation for damage 1.
Products which are removed from the circulation of the processing plant or warehouse and destroyed according to the acquisition cost of the products the average value of 2.
Products which are removed from the circulation of the retail or catering establishment and destroyed according to the mandatory purchase of goods specified in the invoice amount 3.
Products which are removed from the circulation of animal shed and destroyed according to the average of the market value of the products to the Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 6 Cabinet of 15 March 2005, regulations No 177 loss compensation for destroyed inventory no PO box
Type of equipment the amount of compensation for damage 1.
Low inventory of 30% of the mandatory item on the packing slip for the amount 2.
Pamatinventār 70% of the mandatory item on the packing slip for the amount the Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 7 Cabinet of 15 March 2005, regulations No 177 loss compensation for destroyed the embryos and ova no PO box
Products of animal origin, the amount of compensation for damage 1.
Embryos and ova, which are removed from the circulation of the artificial insemination station and destroyed according to the acquisition cost of the products the average value of 2.
Embryos and ova, which are removed from the circulation of animal or artificial insemination technician confiscated and destroyed according to the mandatory purchase of goods specified in the invoice amount to the Minister of Agriculture m. rose