National Fisheries Management Regulations

Original Language Title: Valsts zivsaimniecības pārvaldes nolikums

Read the untranslated law here:

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 877 in Riga 2004 (19 October. No 60 61) national fisheries management regulations Issued in accordance with the law of public administration facilities 16. the first paragraph of article i. General questions 1. national fisheries authority (hereinafter authority) is the Minister of agriculture under the supervision of an existing direct regulatory authority. 2. the aim of government public administration functions of the fisheries sector, to ensure that the scope of regulatory compliance laws and enforcement. II. Administrative functions, tasks and responsibilities 3. Administrative functions: 3.1 implement European Union and national policies on efficient resource of fish and gentle use, reproduction and scientific research;
3.2. provide knowledge resources and usage in the laws regulating the procedures specified;
3.3. to participate in the building of national interests in the fisheries and to represent them in the European institutions and international organisations;
3.4. other regulations in certain functions. 4. to ensure that the provisions referred to in paragraph 3 of the functions, the Board performs the following tasks: 4.1. participates in the fisheries of the regulatory legal acts and policy planning documents the development of the project;
4.2. at the request of the Ministry of agriculture shall give opinions on other institutions developed legislation and policy planning document for the project management competence issues;
4.3. According to competence, cooperate with other national regulatory authorities, the institutions of the European Union, other countries, international fisheries bodies and organisations of Latvia;
4.4. develop national positions in the field of fisheries, the European Council working group, the Permanent Representatives Committee (COREPER) and the European Union's agricultural and Fisheries Council meetings of Ministers;
4.5. ensure uniform fisheries information system building, maintenance and submission of the information required in the relevant European Union institutions;
4.6. the legislation in the cases specified in the regulation of the use of resources of the Republic of Latvia in internal waters, in territorial waters and economic zone in the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Riga;
4.7. the law determines the procedures laid down and divides the fishing limits of the Republic of Latvia in internal waters, in territorial waters and economic zone in the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Riga, Member States of the European Union waters and in international waters, which the Republic of Latvia is divided into quotas, or the waters of third countries with which Latvia has concluded in the field of fisheries;
4.8. the involvement of local authorities and coordinate their activities for the management of fish resources and fisheries matters of the Republic of Latvia in internal waters and territorial waters in the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Riga;
4.9. the lease of State-owned fishing rights and public bodies use fisheries laws and regulations in the order;
4.10. the legislation in the cases specified in the permission (license) issued by commercial fisheries;
4.11 on the basis of scientific advice, determine the reproduction of fish resources and ensure the reproduction of fish resources in the national surveillance program execution;
4.12. to coordinate the distribution of the fishing card and licensed angling;
4.13. provide the fish Fund;
4.14. the regulations issued in the cases specified in the regulations;
4.15 according to the competence of the European Union supports legislation resulting State obligations in the field of fisheries;
4.16. the laws and carry out other tasks. 5. Administrative law: 5.1. to request and receive, free of charge from national and municipal authorities, as well as — in the legislation, the administration of the individuals tasks required information and documents;
5.2. National behalf take private transactions that are required for the functioning of the Government;
5.3. to involve ministries and other institutions, the representatives of fisheries issues;
5.4. to participate in the work of international organizations in activities in the field of fisheries;
5.5. implementation of other legal rights. III. Governance structure and competence of officials 6. Administration shall be headed by a Chief of Government. 7. the Chief of administration after the approval of the nomination of the Cabinet of Ministers appointed Minister of agriculture. Administration boss released from the post of Minister of agriculture, based on the Cabinet decision. 8. the Government Commissioner shall Government equipment Act direct authorities managerial functions. 9. the administration of the Chief administration of internal form the organisational structure. IV. Administration of Justice in the action mechanism of ensuring the regulatory actions 10. the rule of law provides the regulatory Chief. The Chief of Government is responsible for the Authority's internal control and management decisions for the creation and operation of the system. 11. the Administration is entitled to cancel the Chief regulatory officer decisions and internal regulations. 12. Government officials succeed in administrative or Executive and employee's actual action may be challenged, by submitting the submission management boss. Management decisions can be appealed to the superior court. 13. the administrative Chief to succeed administrative provisions, except those referred to in paragraph 12 of the rules of administrative law, or actual action may be challenged in the Ministry of agriculture. The Ministry of agriculture decisions can be appealed in court. 14. The Board, not less frequently than once a year, provide to the Minister of Agriculture report on regulatory functions and the use of budget resources. 15. the Minister of Agriculture has the right at any time to request a review of regulatory action and results. V. closing question 16. Regulations shall enter into force by 1 November 2004. Prime Minister i. Emsis farming Minister, Minister for the environment r. vējonis