LAW No. 13 of 17 March 1994 concerning the establishment and use of the special fund for the development and modernisation of public roads was published in PARLIAMENT ISSUING the OFFICIAL GAZETTE NR. 71 of 18 March 1994, the Romanian Parliament adopts this law.
Article 1 in addition to the funding sources for the development and modernization of national and local roads shall constitute the special fund for the development and modernization of public roads.
Article 2 special fund for the development and modernization of public roads are formed on account of revenue made by manufacturers and importers from selling oil to domestic automakers delivered regardless of form of payment.
Article 3 special Revenue Fund for the development and modernisation of public roads shall be calculated by applying the quota of 5% on the price of): with high excise taxes, negotiated exclusively for automotive fuel quantities delivered by producers in the country and destined for domestic consumption;
b customs value), established under the law for petrol auto import.
Calculating this obligation and odds on behalf of the Ministry of transportation is the responsibility of manufacturers, regardless of the form of organization and the owner of the property, for products intended for domestic consumption and importers on imported products.
Article 4 of the special fund for the development and modernization of public roads 60% shall be used to finance national roads, and 40% for the financing of local roads.
Special fund for the development and modernisation of public roads will be able to perform the following categories of expenditure: a) investment and covering works new sections of national roads or local counties and Bucharest, as well as repairs and modernizations;
b) studies and design work on the expansion and modernization of the road network.
Article 5 management of the special fund for the development and modernisation of public roads shall be carried out by the Ministry of transport through the National Administration of roads in Romania according to the law No. 10/1991 on public finances.
Article 6 the Ministry of transportation, through the National Administration of roads in Romania, shall establish, in agreement with the county councils, the municipality of Bucharest, or local councils, local road sections, which will fund the share of 40% of the income of the special fund.
The works financed by the special fund may be performed by specialized units of the National Administration of roads in Romania or from those in County Councils, coordination of the municipality of Bucharest and local councils, where appropriate, as well as specialised operators, on the basis of service contracts bids.
Article 7 Budget special fund for the development and modernisation of public roads approved annually as annex to the State budget law.
Article 8 the Ministry of transport together with the Ministry of finance, within 15 days following the entry into force of this law, shall issue instructions relating to the manner of collection of income and allocation of the amounts for financing the expenditures approved by the budget of the special fund for the development and modernisation of public roads, of recognising and reporting to this Fund.
Article 9 payment of the amount due to the special fund for the development and modernization of public roads is done by businesses on a monthly basis not later than the 25th of the following month.
Failure to pay within the time limit set by an increase attracts 0.3% per day of delay.
Control over the calculation of the amount due shall be made by specialized bodies of the Ministry of finance.
This law was adopted by the Senate at its meeting on 24 February 1994, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (2) of the Constitution of Romania.
p. DANIELS SENATE PRESIDENT KEVIN this law was adopted by the Chamber of deputies at its meeting of 28 February 1994, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (2) of the Constitution of Romania.
PRESIDENT Of The CHAMBER Of DEPUTIES ADRIAN NASTASE — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —