National Cultural Monument Protection Inspectorate Charter

Original Language Title: Valsts kultūras pieminekļu aizsardzības inspekcijas nolikums

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/96371

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 916 Riga 2004 (9 November. 64. § 22) national cultural monuments protection inspection regulations Issued pursuant to the public administration Act, article 16 of the equipment the first part i. General question 1. national cultural monument protection Inspectorate (Inspectorate) is under the supervision of the Ministry of culture an existing direct regulatory authority implementing national policy in the field of the protection of cultural monuments. II. Inspection functions, tasks and competences 2. inspections shall have the following functions: 2.1 to put the Government in the protection of cultural monuments;
2.2. know the cultural monuments in the territory of the country. 3. in order to ensure the fulfilment of the inspection function: 3.1 identify objects that have cultural value, as well as the surveyed cultural monuments;
3.2. evaluate object compliance with governmental or local cultural monument status.
3.3. the decision of the newly discovered object protection, sampling if it is historical, scientific, artistic or other cultural value;
3.4. preparing the cultural Minister's proposals on the inclusion of cultural monuments of national protected cultural monument listing or delisting;
3.5. define the cultural monuments protection zone and their maintenance;
3.6 evaluate and coordinate projects that developed cultural monuments or objects, located in the cultural monuments protection zone;
3.7. If necessary, issue the conditions and technical rules for cultural monuments and civil design objects, which are located in the cultural monuments protection zone and transforming heritage environment; 3.8. authorise economic activities or cultural monument protection zone, if the activities in question, it is transformed into a cultural monument or heritage environment;
3.9. make decisions on the suspension of the economic activity of the cultural monument or the protection zone, in contravention of any provision for the protection of cultural monuments;
3.10. maintain a national register of protected cultural monuments;
3.11. cultural monuments shall be issued to the owners (proprietors) instructions on the use of cultural monuments and conservation;
3.12. the authorisation to carry out the research work of cultural monuments;
3.13. authorise the construction as well as renovation (renovation), preservation, restoration or reconstruction work or cultural monuments protection zones;
3.14. give an opinion as to whether the cultural monument or a building, which is located in the protection zone and transforming heritage environment, suitable for operation;
3.15. the decision on the environment-damaging the status object that is in the area of cultural monuments or the protection zone;
3.16. authorise the art objects and antiques items for export to foreign countries;
3.17. organizes the unlawfully removed cultural objects return procedure;
3.18. the Ministry of Culture shall be prepared and the Ministry of finance proposals on the State of the right of pre-emption, or renunciation of them, if the intended disposal of cultural monuments;
3.19. determine the cultural monument heritage value to determine the compensation for the damage which it has suffered;
3.20. in accordance with the law "on procurement for State or local government needs" of specific objectives allocated funds financed cultural monument for research, rescue and restoration work, as well as other monuments protection measures;
3.21. organise activities related to improving the quality of modern architectural cultural monument areas and their protection zones;
3.22. the decision on the imposition of the administrative penalty;
3.23. the laws and carry out other tasks. 4. inspection within their field of competence: 4.1. participates in scientific research related to the preservation of cultural heritage;
4.2. taking part in legislative drafting and policy planning documents, as well as provide opinions on the other institutions the law drawn up projects;
4.3. provides document storage, accounting, storage and use in accordance with the law on Archives ";
4.4. preparing inspection project budget;
4.5. participates in the international treaty in the preparation and execution. 5. Inspection is the law "on the protection of cultural monuments" rights, as well as the following rights: 5.1. to request and receive, free of charge from natural and legal persons the inspection tasks required for the implementation of the information and documents;
5.2. According to competence to represent the Republic of Latvia in international organizations and activities;
5.3. in order to ensure that inspection activities, conclude agreements with natural and legal persons;
5.4. to provide paid services to the laws prescribed in the order;
5.5. creating an expert Council;
5.6. to organize professional training and qualifications;
5.7. implementation of other legal rights. III. structure of the inspection the inspection work 6 conducts the inspection. The head of the inspections carried out in the facilities of Public Administration Act direct authorities managerial functions. The head of the Inspectorate of recruiting and dismissal of Culture Minister. 7. is the Deputy Head of the Inspectorate. Deputy Head of the inspection of the competence of the inspection. 8. inspection of the structure determines the inspection. 9. The inspection unit functions and tasks shall be laid down in the rules of procedure. IV. Inspection activities and the provision of rule of law activity report 10. Inspection operations rule of law provides the head of inspection. Inspection Manager is responsible for the inspection system decisions and action. 11. the head of the inspection shall take a decision on the individual's contested inspection officials issued the administrative act or the officials and employees of the actual action. 12. inspection leader to succeed administrative provisions and the actual action of an individual may challenge the Ministry of Culture. The Ministry of culture's decisions can be appealed in court. 13. inspection at least once a year, submit a report of the Ministry of culture inspections of activities and its results. V. closing question 14. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 June 1996, Regulation No 232 "national cultural monuments protection inspection rules" (Latvian journal, 1997, 111 no). Prime Minister i. Emsis cultural demakova, Minister H.