The Rules Of The Country Of Registration Of The Trade Union Dues

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par arodbiedrību reģistrācijas valsts nodevu

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 701 in 2004 (august 10. No 47 26. §) rules on trade union dues of the country of registration Issued in accordance with the law "on tax and duty" 10. the second paragraph of article 1. determines the rates of State fees for the registration of trade unions, an amendment of the Statute and other changes relating to the registration of trade unions from the register of trade unions and the duplicate certificate of registration is issued, as well as State duty payment procedures and facilities. 2. the duty rates are as follows: 2.1 the trade unions registration – 8 lats; 2.2. amendments of the statutes registration – 6 lats; 2.3. registration of other changes – 4 Lati; 2.4. trade unions from the Trade Union registry – 4 Lati; 2.5. the duplicate certificate of registration is issued – 2 Lats.
3. a State fee shall be paid before the submission of the relevant application. 4. If the notary public business register has adopted a decision on the refusal to register the trade union statutes, amendments or other changes or turn off the registry of trade unions from the trade unions, the State fee shall not be refunded. 5. If the applicant, within two months from the date on which the register State notary accepted this provision the decision referred to in paragraph 4, a decision given in address gaps and repeatedly made by the trade unions, amendment of the statutes or other changes in the registration duty is not charged again. 6. State fee, including the State budget. 7. a State fee shall be paid to: 7.1. concerning the amendment, relating to the conversion of administrative territories, borders or name change, as well as the street name or building number; 7.2. the fact of registration on the basis of the decision of a public authority or a court ruling.
Prime Minister i. Emsis, Minister of Justice v. höche Editorial Note: regulations shall enter into force with the 14 august 2004.