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Regulation on conditionality.

Country
Type of law
Regulation
Source

Abstract
This Regulation, based on the provisions of the Croatian Law on agriculture, prescribes the concept of conditionality, those obliged to comply with conditionality, control of conditionality and enforcement of administrative fines. This text contains provisions that are in accordance with several acts of the European Union, as specified in article 2. Conditionality represents a system of requirements and conditions that the obligee must respect in performing agricultural activities on the farm. Conditionality consists of: (a) prescribed management requirements as mandatory requirements that must be complied with by the obligee in performing agricultural activities on the farm, in accordance with Annex III. Regulation (EU) no. 2021/2115 and within the provisions of the national legislation; (b) good agricultural and environmental conditions as minimum management conditions on the agricultural holding, i.e. mandatory conditions that must be observed by the obligee in carrying out agricultural activities on the agricultural areas in his use, in accordance with Annex III. Regulation (EU) no. 2021/2115 established at the national level. Conditionality is related to the following areas: (a) climate and environment, including water, soil and ecosystem biodiversity; (b) public and plant health; (c) animal welfare.
Date of text
Entry into force notes
This text entered into force on 4 March 2023.
Repealed
No
Publication reference
Official Gazette of the Republic of Croatia 26/2023
Source language

English

Legislation Amendment
No
Original title
Pravilnik o uvjetovanosti.
Implements
Repeals