Supplementing The Criminal Code Of The Russian Federation, Article 145-1
Original Language Title: О дополнении Уголовного кодекса Российской Федерации статьей 145-1
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RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW On Supplements of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation Article 145-1 adopted by the State Duma on 17 February 1999 Article 1. Supplement the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Collection of Laws of the Russian Federation, 1996, No. 25, Art. 2954) article 145-1, as follows: " Article 145-1. Non-payment of wages, pensions, stipends, benefits and other benefits 1. The failure to pay more than two months of wages, pensions, stipends, benefits and other statutory entitlements made by the head of an enterprise, institution or organization, regardless of the form of ownership of the individual's private or private property. - shall be liable to a fine in the amount of between one and two hundred times the minimum wage or the other income of the convicted person for a period of one to two months or deprivation of the right to occupy or engage in certain activities for a period of up to five years or deprivation of liberty (...) (...) 2. The same act causing serious consequences- shall be punished by a fine ranging from three hundred to seven times the minimum wage or salary or other income of the sentenced person for a period of three to seven months or deprivation of liberty. of liberty for a period of three to seven years with deprivation of the right to hold certain positions or engage in certain activities for up to three years or without it. ". Article 2. This Federal Law shall enter into force from the day of Official publication. President of the Russian Federation B. Yeltsin Moscow, Kremlin 15 March 1999 N 48-FZ
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