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Regional Law No. 114-ZTO On regulation of some relations in the field of apiculture and state support of apiculture .

Type of law
Legislation
Source

Abstract
This Regional Law regulates relations in the field of apiculture. State support of apiculture shall be performed by compensating citizens (except for subsidiary smallholders for individual personal needs) and legal entities regardless of the organizational and legal framework forms, of part of their costs for the purchase of bee families and/or the necessary equipment to carry out activities in the field of apiculture. Natural and legal persons carrying out activities in the field of apiculture are entitled: (a) to carry out the necessary measures to improve productive and breeding qualities of bees and their reproduction; (b) to receive in advance information on planned activities related to application of pesticides and agrochemicals in agriculture and forestry in accordance with the established procedure; and (c) to have other rights, if their realization complies with federal and regional legislation. Natural and legal persons carrying out activities in the field of apiculture shall have the following duties: (a) to perform apiculture in compliance with veterinary and sanitary rules and regulations; (b) to perform disinfection; and (c) to perform other duties envisaged by federal and regional legislation. Landowners, land possessors, land tenants and land lease holders, with a view of pollination of agricultural entomophiles plants, can provide land plots for apiaries in compliance with veterinary and sanitary rules and regulations.
Date of text
Entry into force notes
This Regional Law enters into force on 1 January 2020.
Repealed
No
Source language

English

Legislation Amendment
No
Original title
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