European Union Aid, Administration And Supervisory Arrangements For Flax Processors And Persons Treated As Processors

Original Language Title: Eiropas Savienības atbalsta piešķiršanas, administrēšanas un uzraudzības kārtība šķiedras linu pirmapstrādātājiem un personām, ko uzskata par apstrādātājiem

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/88039

 
Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 339 in 2004 Riga 20 April (pr. No 23, 34) European Union support, administration and supervisory arrangements for flax processors and persons treated as processors are Issued under the agricultural and rural development Act article 5, fourth and seventh subparagraph 1. determines the order in which you assign, administer and monitor the aid the European Union (hereinafter referred to as aid) flax primary processors and persons treated as processors.
2. Support to get flax processors (processors) and persons treated as processors, according to the European Commission of 5 February 2001, Regulation (EC) No 245/2001 laying down detailed rules for the implementation of Council Regulation (EC) no 1773/2000 on flax and hemp grown for fibre the common organisation of the markets (hereinafter referred to as the European Commission Regulation No 245/2001), and the Council of 27 July 2000, the Regulation (EC) no 1673/2000 on flax and hemp grown for fibre the common organisation of the markets (hereinafter referred to as the Council Regulation No 1673/2000). 3. First processors each year up to February 1, submit a field support service (hereinafter service), the application for the authorization of eligibility for the aid for flax fibre produced in accordance with European Commission Regulation No 245/2001 these conditions. 4. the service performs the following administration and monitoring of the aid measures: 4.1 control processors and assign it permissions to qualify for the aid for flax fibre produced. This authorization number; 4.2. control processors and persons treated as processors, in accordance with Commission Regulation No 245/2001 Article 13; 4.3. the cost of the first processor and the person considered as controller, aid for flax fibre produced; 4.4. preparing the European Commission Regulation No 245/2001 information and submit it to the Ministry of agriculture and the European Commission.
5. The primary processor and the person regarded as the controller, each year before 1 august service information submitted in accordance with Commission Regulation No 245/2001, article 6, paragraph 1 and 2 and support application for long flax fibres and short flax fibres, the amount you plan to get from the current marketing year the flax grown stalks. 6. Processors and persons treated as processors shall submit regularly to the service information in accordance with European Commission Regulation (EC) No 245/2001, article 6 of this Regulation referred to in paragraph 3 of information processors and persons treated as processors, each year before 1 may submit service. 7. Processors and persons treated as processors every day out of flax straw, long flax fibres and short flax fibres and the inventory based on the supporting financial documents in accordance with the laws and regulations on accounting.
8. in the 2004/2005 marketing year, the unit of long flax fibre to be determined is 225 kilograms per hectare and the flax volume of short flax fibre detectable quantity of units is 820 kilograms per hectare of flax volume. 9. Authorisation for the purchase-sale contract or a transfer contract of processing to another authorized the first processor under a European Commission Regulation No 245/2001, article 5, paragraph 2, second subparagraph, shall be issued by the Ministry of agriculture. 10. the shives and impurity content in short flax fibre shall be determined in a laboratory accredited under the shives and the method of determination of impurities (annex). 11. provisions shall enter into force on 1 May 2004.
Prime Minister i. Emsis Minister of Agriculture m. Roze Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on 1 May 2004.