The Order In Which The Person Shall Bear The Costs For Services In The Field Of Plant Protection, Phytosanitary Measures Forced Pursuit And Phytosanitary Border Control

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā persona sedz izdevumus par maksas pakalpojumiem augu aizsardzības jomā, fitosanitāro pasākumu piespiedu veikšanu un fitosanitāro robežkontroli

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 1070 Riga 2004 December 28 (Mon. No 75 37) order in which a person shall bear the costs for services in the field of plant protection, phytosanitary measures forced pursuit and phytosanitary border control Issued under the plant protection act, article 5 paragraph 7 1. determines the order in which the Parties shall bear the expenses related to the registration of plant protection products, for plant-health control registration of persons subject to plant-health checks, laboratory tests or service of documents (hereinafter services), phytosanitary measures forced pursuit and phytosanitary border control. 2. Charges for services or phytosanitary measures forced pursuit set at a level to cover the following State plant protection service (hereinafter service) or the food and veterinary service of sanitary border inspection (bearing): 2.1. salaries and social security costs;
2.2. expenses associated with the service or the border inspection Office, other facilities, tools and equipment for sampling maintenance;
2.3. expenses associated with the conduct of laboratory tests or expert evidence;
2.4. administrative expenses, also with the Inspector of training expenses. 3. Plants, plant products and contact with them came an importer or his customs agent (agent) shall bear the expenses related to the phytosanitary border control. Fee for phytosanitary border control (annex) shall be determined, in the form laid down by the Bank of Latvia exchange rate. 4. Expenditure relating to services, phytosanitary measures forced or phytosanitary border control, the person charged with the supervision of credit institutions, based on the service or the invoice issued by the bearing. 5. credit institutions in certain payment collection costs shall be borne by the person. 6. A State may not directly or indirectly pay back (support payments, subsidies) to a person referred to in the annex to these provisions. 7. phytosanitary border control charges for value added tax is not applied. 8. Procedures for covered expenses registered plant protection products the reassessment, the European Union laid down in the laws and the inclusion of active substances in the European Community registered in the list of active substances. 9. Income from services rendered, phytosanitary measures forced or phytosanitary border control, including the General Treasury account and used according to the law on the annual national budget the appropriations approved. 10. the regulations shall enter into force by 1 January 2005. Informative reference to European Union directive rules included provisions deriving from Council of 28 November 2002 Directive 2002/89/EC amending Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the community of organisms and spread within the community, which are harmful to plants or plant products. Prime Minister, Minister of health l. Smith Minister of Agriculture m. Roze attachment Cabinet of 28 December 2004, regulations no 1070 fee for phytosanitary border control no position amount fee p.k. (euro) 1. Inspection of the cargo identity check 2 7.00 2.1. one shipment of one car load, wagon load or similar size container cargo cargo cargo 7.00 one 2.2 exceeding the amount referred to in point 2.1. cargo 14.00 3. Plant Health Inspection (depending on the specified item description) 3.1 cuttings , the seedlings (excluding forest reproductive material), strawberry plants or vegetables one shipment 3.1.1 to 10000 units of each 17.5 3.1.2 additional 1000 units 0.7 3.1.3. maximum charge 140 3.2 shrubs, trees (except for cut Christmas firs), other shrubs and saplings, forest reproductive material (excluding seed) 3.2.1. single load up to 10000 units of each 17.5 3.2.2 additional 100 units 0.44 3.2.3 maximum charge 140 3.3. onions , corms, rhizomes, tubers (except Potato tubers) 3.3.1. cargo weight up to 200 kg of each 17.5 3.3.2. additional 10 kg 0.16 3.3.3. maximum charge 140 3.4 seed tissue culture 3.4.1 one cargo weight up to 100 kg 7.5 3.4.2. for every additional 10 kg 0.175 3.4.3. maximum charge 140 3.5. other plant plants that are not mentioned in this annex one shipment 3.5.1 to 3.5.2 5000 units of each 17.5 additional 100 units 0.18 3.5.3 maximum fee cut flowers 140 3.6 3.6.1. one load up to 20000 units of each 17.5 3.6.2 additional 1000 units 0.14 3.6.3. maximum charge 140 3.7 branches with leaves, needles, tree parts (except cut Christmas firs) 3.7.1. one cargo weight up to 100 kg for each 17.5 3.7.2 additional 100 kg 1.75 3.7.3. maximum charge 140 3.8 cut Christmas firs 3.8.1. one shipment up to 1000 units per 17.5 3.8.2. an additional 100 units 1.75 3.8.3. maximum charge 140 3.9 plant leaves such as herbs, spices and leafy vegetables 3.9.1. one cargo weight up to 100 kg for each 17.5 3.9.2. an additional 10 kg 1.75 3.9.3 maximum charge 140 3.10. fruit, vegetables (except leaf vegetables) 3.10.1. one shipment up to 25000 kg weight 17.5 3.10.2. for every additional 1000 kg 0.7 3.11. Potato tubers 3.11.1. one batch of goods up to 25000 kg weight 52.5 3.11.2 for every additional 25000 kg 52.5 3.12. wood (excluding bark) 3.12.1. a single shipment having a capacity of not more than 17.5 m3 100 3.12.2. in addition for each m3 0.175 3.13 land and soil substrate, bark 3.13.1 one cargo weight up to 25000 kg 17.5 3.13.2. for each additional 100 kg 0.7 3.13.3 maximum charge 140 3.14. cereals 3.14.1. the cargo weight up to 25000 kg 17.5 3.14.2. for every additional 1000 kg 0.7 3.14.3. the maximum fee 700 3.15 other plants or plant products that is not mentioned in this annex one cargo 17.5 farming Minister m. rose