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Republic of Latvia

Cabinet
Regulation No. 278
Adopted 2 June 2015

Regulations Regarding a State Fee for Making an Entry in the Arbitration Court Register

Issued in accordance with
Section 6, Paragraph two of the Arbitration Law

1. This Regulation prescribes the amount of the State fee for making an entry in the Arbitration Court Register, and also the procedures for payment of the State fee and reliefs thereof.

2. The following State fees shall be determined for making an entry in the Arbitration Court Register or registration of documents (adding to a case):

2.1. for registering a permanent court of arbitration with the Arbitration Court Register - 300 EUR;

2.2. for registering amendments to the rules of procedure of the permanent court of arbitration - 50 EUR;

2.3. for registering a list of arbitrators of the permanent court of arbitration (adding to a case) - 50 EUR;

2.4. for making other entries or amendments thereto in the Arbitration Court Register or registration of documents (adding to a case) - 50 EUR;

2.5. for registering terminating the operation of a permanent court of arbitration with the Arbitration Court Register - 50 EUR.

3. If an applicant applies for making two or more entries referred to in Sub-paragraph 2.2, 2.3 or 2.4 of this Regulation or amendments thereto, or registration of several documents (adding to a case), the State fee shall be paid in the amount of 50 EUR.

4. If the applicant submits the application electronically by using a special online form under the supervision of the Enterprise Register of the Republic of Latvia, and expresses the wish to receive a decision of the public notary by using a special online form under the supervision of the Enterprise Register of the Republic of Latvia or by intermediation of electronic mail by using a safe electronic signature, the State fee shall be paid in the amount of 90 percent of the State fee rates referred to in this Regulation.

5. The State fee shall be paid before submission of the relevant application by using the following types of payment services:

5.1. with a payment card in the payment card acceptance terminal at the Enterprise Register;

5.2. via intermediation of a provider of payment services who has the right to provide payment services within the meaning of Payment Services and Electronic Money Law;

5.3. using online payment service in the special online form under the supervision of the Enterprise Register.

6. The State fee shall be transferred into the revenue account of the State basic budget in the Treasury.

7. The State fee shall not be paid for:

7.1. amending an entry in the Arbitration Court Register, if such amendment is related to transformation of administrative territories, change of borders or name, and also change of street name or building number;

7.2. making changes in the Arbitration Court Register, if the entry is made on the basis of the court adjudication.

8. Cabinet Regulation No. 205 of 29 March 2005, Regulations Regarding a State Fee for Making an Entry in the Arbitration Court Register (Latvijas Vēstnesis, 2005, No. 52; 2013, No. 65, 163; 2014, No. 144), is repealed.

Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma

Minister for Justice Dzintars Rasnačs

 


Translation © 2016 Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre)

 
Document information
Title: Noteikumi par valsts nodevu ieraksta izdarīšanai šķīrējtiesu reģistrā Status:
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Issuer: Cabinet of Ministers Type: regulation Document number: 278Adoption: 02.06.2015.Entry into force: 06.06.2015.Publication: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 109, 05.06.2015. OP number: 2015/109.10
Language:
LVEN
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