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Text consolidated by Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre) with amending laws of:

6 November 2014 [shall come into force from 1 January 2014];
28 November 2013 [shall come into force from 26 December 2013];
17 December 2014 [shall come into force from 1 Januray 2015];
23 March 2017 [shall come into force from 19. April 2017].

If a whole or part of a section has been amended, the date of the amending law appears in square brackets at the end of the section. If a whole section, paragraph or clause has been deleted, the date of the deletion appears in square brackets beside the deleted section, paragraph or clause.

The Saeima1 has adopted and
the President has proclaimed the following law:

Law on the Information System of Restricted Territories

Section 1. Terms Used in this Law

The following terms are used in this Law:

1) restricted territory - a territory on which restrictions of the rights of use have been imposed in accordance with the law;

2) object - a natural formation, structure or another artificial formation, to which a protection zone is determined in accordance with the Protection Zone Law.

Section 2. Purpose of this Law

The purpose of this Law is to ensure current and publicly accessible information on restricted territories and objects by creating the Information System of Restricted Territories (hereinafter - the Information System) and ensuring its operation.

Section 3. Data and Operation of the Information System

(1) The Information System is a State information system in which the following data shall be included:

1) on restricted territories and their borders;

2) on objects and their borders.

(2) Data on objects shall be included in the Information System in order to:

1) automatically show the borders of restricted territories in the Information System;

2) to maintain, update and specify the data included in the Information System on objects and their borders, as well as borders of restricted territories.

(3) The data on borders of restricted territories and borders of objects shall be included in the Information System electronically in the form of vector data in the geodetic co-ordinate system of Latvia (1992).

(4) The following cartographic materials shall be used for ensuring the operation of the Information System:

1) the most current topographic maps, topographical plans and orthophoto maps;

2) data on borders of administrative territories and their territorial units;

3) data of the Immovable Property State Cadastre Information System.

(5) The Cabinet shall determine the procedures for the establishment, maintenance and circulation of information in the Information System by also including requirements for:

1) the amount, format, accuracy, specification and classification of the data to be submitted;

2) the content of the data of the Information System;

3) the procedures, by which cartographic materials shall be submitted and used for ensuring the operation of the Information System;

4) the procedures for submitting, storing, updating, requesting and issuing data of the Information System.

(6) The data of the Information System shall be compatible with data of the Immovable Property State Cadastre Information System.

[28 November 2013]

Section 4. Manager of the Information System

The State Land Service shall be the manager of the Information System.

Section 5. Data Providers

(1) The provider of data to be included in the Information System is the owner of an object or the institution which is responsible for the preparation of the object data or establishment of the restricted territory and preparation of data on its borders (hereinafter - the responsible institution).

(2) Data providers shall provide the data referred to in Section 7 of this Law on restricted territories and their borders and the data referred to in Section 8 of this Law on objects and their territories free of charge.

[28 November 2013]

Section 6. Presentation of Borders of Restricted Territories after Including the Data of the Object in the Information System

(1) The Information System shall automatically show the border of the restricted territory, if data of the object have been included in the Information System and if the size of the restricted territory in the Protection Zone Law or other respective laws and regulations has been determined accurately and without additional conditions.

(2) If the Information System after inclusion of data of the object cannot automatically show the border of the restricted territory, data on restricted territory and its borders shall be provided by the data provider.

Section 7. Provision of Data on Restricted Territories for Inclusion in the Information System

Data providers shall provide the following data on restricted territories and their borders:

1) the State limited liability company Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre - on:

a) polluted and potentially polluted sites;

b) sections of subterranean depths of State significance;

c) protection zones around State stations and posts of meteorological and hydrological observations and around other fixed monitoring points and posts of State significance;

2) the Nature Conservation Agency - on:

a) State established specially protected nature territories and their functional zones;

b) micro-reserves and their buffer zones;

3) the State scientific institute Institute of Food Safety, Animal Health and Environment "BIOR" - on the territory of a towpath for the needs of fishing;

4) the Ministry of Transport - on the territory of a towpath for navigation needs;

5) the State Inspection for Heritage Protection - on territories of State protected cultural monuments and their towpaths (protection zones);

6) the State Forest Service - on towpaths around swamps;

7) the State limited liability company Immovable Properties of the Ministry of Agriculture - on:

a) protection zones around hydrometric posts;

b) protection zones around State, State significance, local government and common-use amelioration structures and facilities;

8) the State stock company Latvian Air Traffic - on protection zones around navigation technical means for ensuring civil aviation safety;

9) port authorities and the State stock company Maritime Administration of Latvia - on protection zones around navigation technical means for ensuring safety of navigation;

10) the State Centre for Defence Military Sites and Procurement - on:

a) protection zones around national defence objects;

b) protection zones around navigation technical means provided for national defence needs;

c) protection zones around military technical means for marine observation;

11) the State Border Guard - on, which are restricted due to determination of the State border, borderland and border zone regime;

12) local governments - on:

a) the specially protected nature territories established by the local government;

b) protective coastal zone of the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Riga;

c) protection zones of surface water bodies;

d) towpaths, except towpaths for fishing and navigation needs;

e) protection zones around water supply points;

f) forest protection zones around cities;

g) protection zones around cemeteries;

h) protection zones around animal burial sites;

i) protection zones around waste landfill sites, waste dumps, around undertakings for high-temperature incineration of by-products of animal origin not intended for human consumption or processing undertakings and around wastewater purification installations;

j) protection zones around dams;

k) protection zones along streets and motorways;

l) protection zones along railway, including railway used for carrying petroleum, petroleum products, hazardous chemical substances and products;

m) pedestrian roads and parking lots, determined by the local government in order to ensure access to beach;

n) construction restrictions territories determined in spatial development planning documents.

[28 November 2013]

Section 8. Provision of Data on Objects for Inclusion in the Information System

Data providers shall provide the following data on objects and their borders:

1) the Latvian Geospatial Information Agency - on:

a) geodetic points;

b) surface water bodies;

c) swamps;

2) the State Inspection for Heritage Protection - on State protected cultural monuments;

3) the State limited liability company Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre - on:

a) water supply points;

b) State stations and posts of meteorological and hydrological observations and other fixed monitoring points and posts of State significance of the State environmental monitoring programme;

4) the State stock company Latvian State Roads - on State motorways;

5) the owner of railway infrastructure or the head of railway infrastructure belonging to the State - on railway and infrastructure objects related thereto within the scope of this Law;

6) electronic communications operators and owner or private electronic communications networks - on electronic communications networks, their infrastructure structures and fixed radiomonitoring points;

7) licensed operators of transmission and distribution networks - on electric networks, their installations and structures;

8) the State limited liability company Immovable Properties of the Ministry of Agriculture - regarding:

a) State, State significance, local government and common-use amelioration structures and facilities;

b) hydrometric posts;

9) the State stock company Latvian Air Traffic - on navigation technical means for ensuring civil aviation safety;

10) port administrations and State stock company Maritime Administration of Latvia - on navigation technical means for ensuring safety of navigation;

11) the State Centre for Defence Military Sites and Procurement - on:

a) national defence objects, for which a protection zone is determined in accordance with laws and regulations;

b) navigation technical means provided for national defence needs;

c) military technical means for marine observation;

12) owners of the respective objects or responsible authorities - on:

a) heat networks, their installations and structures, as well as surface heat pipelines;

b) water main and sewerage networks;

c) control measuring device for determining the safety of dams;

d) cemeteries;

e) animal burial sites;

f) carbon extraction sites, pipelines, tanks, depositories for petroleum, petroleum products, hazardous chemical substances and products, processing and reloading undertakings, fuel filling stations;

g) dams;

h) waste landfill sites and waste dumps, undertakings for high-temperature incineration of by-products of animal origin not intended for human consumption or processing undertakings, and wastewater purification installations;

i) wind power stations;

j) local government motorways and streets;

k) optical telescopes and radiotelescopes;

l) liquefied hydrocarbon gas warehouses, depositories and filling stations, warehouses and trading sites of liquefied hydrocarbon gas cylinders, motor vehicle gas filling stations;

m) gas pipelines, gas supply installations and structures, gas warehouses and depositories, other objects specified in the Protection Zone Law, which are related to gas supply.

[28 November 2013]

Section 9. Obligation and Rights of the Manager of the Information System

(1) The manager of the Information System shall be obliged to accept and include the data that conforms to the requirements of this Law provided by data providers in the Information System.

(2) If data provided by the data provider does not conform to the requirements of this Law, the manager of the Information System may refuse to accept such data by indicating the reason for refusal.

Section 10. Obligations and Responsibility of the Data Provider

(1) The data provider shall be obliged to submit the data at the disposal of the data provider to the manager of the Information System for filling in the Information System for the first time and updating of data.

(2) If the data provider has received a refusal of the manager of the Information System in the case referred to in Section 9, Paragraph two of this Law, after receipt of refusal it shall specify such data in accordance with the requirements of this Law and shall re-submit them to the manager of the Information System within a month.

(3) The data provider shall immediately submit data to the manager of the Information System for updating, if it has more current or accurate data at the disposal thereof in comparison to the data included in the Information System, also if it has received information regarding non-conformity of data with the situation in the area in the cases referred to in Section 11 of this Law.

(4) If the data provider detects that the data provided thereby have been included in the Information System inaccurately, the data provider shall request the manager of the Information System to correct such data.

(5) When submitting data, the data provider is obliged to inform the manager of the Information System, if the respective data (except for data on restricted territories and their borders) is restricted access information by indicating the grounds for determining the restricted access status of data and the time period until which the restricted access status is determined. Data of the Information System which are generally accessible in accordance with the provisions of the Law on High-speed Electronic Communications Networks shall be issued as generally accessible information even if the data provider has indicated that it has the status of restricted access information.

(6) The data provider shall be responsible for conformity of the data provided thereby with the requirements of this Law and other laws and regulations, including such requirements, which govern the determination or representation of protection zones.

[23 March 2017]

Section 11. Obligation and Rights of the User of Data of the Information System

(1) If, when performing the topographic and land cadastral survey, the performer of works detects non-conformity of the data of the Information System with the situation in the area, the performer of works has an obligation to inform the data provider thereof.

(2) If a person who is not a data provider within the meaning of this Law or who is not a performer of topographic and land cadastral survey works, using the data of the Information System, detects a non-conformity of data with the situation in the area, it is entitled to inform the data provider thereof.

Section 12. Financing of the Information System

(1) The creation and maintaining of the Information System, as well as preparation and issuance of information in electronic form to State institutions of direct administration and local governments for the performance of their functions, as well as to data providers is financed from the grant from the general revenue allocated for such purpose in the annual law on State budget.

(2) The manager of the Information System is entitled to finance the expenses referred to in Paragraph one of this Section also from own revenue for the paid services provided, as well as from the resources of foreign financial assistance.

(3) Preparation and issuance of data of the Information System is paid service. Every person shall pay for the preparation and issuance of data of the Information System in the amount indicated in laws and regulations, except the cases referred to in Paragraph four of this Law. The Cabinet shall issue regulations governing the procedures, by which payment for the preparation and issuance of data of the Information System shall be made.

(4) The manager of the Information System shall prepare and issue the information in electronic form to State institutions of direct administration and local governments for the performance of their functions, as well as to the data provider free of charge.

Transitional Provisions

1. The Cabinet shall issue the Cabinet regulations referred to in Section 3, Paragraph five and Section 12, Paragraph three of this Law not later than until 31 December 2010.

2. The manager of the Information System shall develop the software of the Information System no later than by 31 December 2013.

3. The data provider shall submit the data referred to in Sections 7 and 8 of this Law for the first time to the manager of the Information System starting from 1 January 2014. Data on restricted territories and their borders referred to in Section 7, Clauses 8 and 9, and Clause 12, Sub-clauses "k" and "l", and on objects and their borders referred to in Section 8, Clauses 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10, and Clause 12, Sub-clauses "a", "b", "j" and "m" shall be submitted for the first time by the data providers until 30 June 2017. Other first time data referred to in the norms of these Sections shall be submitted until 31 December 2017.

[6 November 2013; 17 December 2014; 23 March 2017]

3.1 The manager of the Information System shall register the data submitted to the Information System for the first time, starting from 1 January 2016.

[17 December 2014]

4. [6 November 2013]

5. The manager of the Information System shall ensure the preparation and issuance of the data registered in the Information System starting from 1 July 2017.

[23 March 2017]

Informative Reference to the European Union Directive

[23 March 2017]

The Law includes legal norms arising from Directive 2014/61/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 May 2014 on measures to reduce the cost of deploying high-speed electronic communications networks.

This Law shall come into force on 1 January 2011.

This Law has been adopted by the Saeima on 29 January 2009.

President V. Zatlers

Riga, 18 February 2009

 


1 The Parliament of the Republic of Latvia

Translation © 2017 Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre)

 
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Issuer: Saeima Type: law Adoption: 29.01.2009.Entry into force: 01.01.2011.Theme:  Immovable property, construction; Environmental rightsPublication: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 27, 18.02.2009.; Latvijas Republikas Saeimas un Ministru Kabineta Ziņotājs, 6, 26.03.2009.
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