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8 December 2009 [shall come into force from 1 January 2010];
19 December 2017 [shall come into force from 1 January 2018].

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Republic of Latvia

Cabinet
Regulation No. 532
Adopted 27 June 2006

Regulations Regarding Accreditation of Museums

Issued pursuant to
Section 9, Paragraph one of the Law on Museums

1. This Regulation prescribes the procedures for the accreditation of the State, local government, autonomous and private museums.

2. Museums shall be accredited and the museum accreditation certificate (Annex) shall be issued by the Ministry of Culture.

[8 December 2009]

3. There shall be two types of accreditations - the initial accreditation when a museum is accredited for the first time, and the re-accreditation.

[19 December 2017]

4. In the initial accreditation a museum shall be accredited for one term - for five years.

[19 December 2017]

5. In the re-accreditation a museum shall be accredited for one or two terms.

[19 December 2017]

6. A museum shall submit to the Ministry of Culture an application for the accreditation of the museum (hereinafter - the application) and the documents referred to in Paragraph 8 of this Regulation (for the initial accreditation) or the documents referred to in Paragraph 10 of this Regulation (for the re-accreditation).

[8 December 2009; 19 December 2017]

7. The application for the initial accreditation shall specify:

7.1. the name of the museum;

7.2. the date of approval or coming into effect of the museum by-law (statutes, regulations, contract);

7.3. the legal address of the museum.

[19 December 2017]

8. The application for the initial accreditation shall be accompanied by the following documents:

8.1. a copy of the constitutive decision;

8.2. the by-law, statutes, regulations or contract;

8.3. the analysis of the operation of the museum where the policy of the holdings work, research work and communication is characterised;

8.4. the procedures established by the museum for the formation, supplementation, registration, preservation and use of the National Holdings in the ownership or possession of the museum, and also for the processing of the data in the information system of the Joint Catalogue of the National Holdings of Museums;

8.5. the operation and development strategy of the museum for the subsequent five years.

[19 December 2017]

9. The application for the re-accreditation shall specify:

9.1. the name of the museum;

9.2. the date of approval or coming into effect of the museum by-law (statutes, regulations, contract);

9.3. the date of the initial accreditation of the museum;

9.4. the legal address of the museum.

[19 December 2017]

10. The application for the re-accreditation shall be accompanied by the following documents:

10.1. the by-law, statutes, regulations or contract;

10.2. the analysis of the operation of the museum where the policy of the holdings work, research work and communication is characterised;

10.3. the procedures established by the museum for the formation, supplementation, registration, preservation and use of the National Holdings in the ownership or possession of the museum, and also for the processing of the data in the information system of the Joint Catalogue of the National Holdings of Museums;

10.4. the operation and development strategy of the museum for the period (one or two terms) for which the museum is applying for the receipt of accreditation;

10.5. the report on the implementation of the recommendations of the previous accreditation.

[19 December 2017]

11. The accreditation shall be commenced after receipt of the application and documents referred to in Paragraph 8 or 10 of this Regulation (hereinafter - the submitted materials).

12. The application for the accreditation shall be examined within the time period specified in the Law on Museums.

[19 December 2017]

13. If the Ministry of Culture finds that the provided information is insufficient, it shall send a notification to the submitter, requesting additional information.

[8 December 2009]

14. If within 14 days after sending the notification referred to in Paragraph 13 of this Regulation the submitter fails to provide the Ministry of Culture with the requested additional information, the application shall not be examined and the submitted materials shall be sent back to the submitter together with a substantiated decision on the refusal to accredit the museum.

[8 December 2009]

15. The time period from sending the notification referred to in Paragraph 13 of this Regulation until the receipt of the additional information shall not be included in the time period for examination.

16. The Ministry of Culture shall examine the submitted materials, assess the conformity of a museum to the museum accreditation conditions provided in the Law on Museums, prepare an opinion and submit it to the Latvian Council of Museums.

[8 December 2009]

17. The Latvian Council of Museums shall examine the opinion prepared by the Ministry of Culture, if necessary, assess the conformity of a museum to the museum accreditation conditions provided in the Law on Museums and provide an opinion on the conformity of the relevant museum to the determined accreditation requirements.

[8 December 2009]

18. In accordance with the opinion of the Latvian Council of Museums on the conformity of the relevant museum to the determined accreditation requirements, the Ministry of Culture shall take a decision on the accreditation of the museum or on the refusal to accredit the museum.

[8 December 2009]

19. The Ministry of Culture shall publish the notification of the accreditation of a museum in the official gazette Latvijas Vēstnesis.

[8 December 2009; 19 December 2017]

20. The Ministry of Culture shall control the conformity of an accredited museum to the museum accreditation conditions provided in the Law on Museums, analyse the annual reports of the museum and carry out inspections in the museum.

[8 December 2009]

21. If the Ministry of Culture finds that the accredited museum fails to comply with the museum accreditation conditions provided in the Law on Museums, it shall prepare a relevant opinion and submit it to the Latvian Council of Museums.

[8 December 2009]

22. In accordance with the opinion of the Latvian Council of Museums, the Ministry of Culture shall take a decision to withdraw the accreditation of a museum if:

22.1. the museum is being liquidated or reorganised;

22.2. the museum fails to comply with the museum accreditation conditions provided in the Law on Museums.

[8 December 2009]

23. The decision of the Ministry of Culture may be appealed to a court in accordance with the procedures specified by the Administrative Procedure Law.

[8 December 2009]

24. Museum accreditation certificates issued prior to the coming into force of these Regulations remain in force until the end of the accreditation term.

Prime Minister A. Kalvītis

Minister for Culture H. Demakova

 

Annex
Cabinet Regulation No. 532
21 June 2006

[8 December 2009; 19 December 2017]

Museum Accreditation Certificate No.___

   
 

(place and date of issue)

 
     
Issued to
  (name of the museum)

(address of the museum)

 
as certification for the operation of a State recognised museum from
  (date of accreditation)
until  
 

(expiry date of accreditation)

 

Place for a seal

State Secretary of the Ministry of Culture
 

(signature and full name)

Note. * The details of the document "signature" and "Place for a seal" shall not be completed if the electronic document has been drawn up in conformity with the laws and regulations on the drawing up of electronic documents.

Minister for Culture H. Demakova

 


Translation © 2018 Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre)

 
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Issuer: Cabinet of Ministers Type: regulation Document number: 532Adoption: 27.06.2006.Entry into force: 01.07.2006.Publication: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 102, 30.06.2006.
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