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Monitoring of the Federal Legislation dated 11.07.2006

Order of the Federal Service for Tariff Rates No. 106-t/1 of May 23, 2006 on the Endorsement of the Rates of Port Fees in the Sea Fishing Ports of the Russian Federation



Defines the amounts of port fees collected by the state administrations of sea fishing ports in the sea fishing ports of the Russian Federation for vessels serving the fishing complex and used for catching aquatic biological resources, pickup boats, service boats and special-purpose boats.

The rates of port fees in sea fishing ports of the Russian Federation possessing common water area with sea merchant ports for the merchant marine vessels shall be equal to the rates available in the merchant ports located in the common water area (except for the pilotage fee in the port of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski and the port of Kholmsk (out-of-port pilotage). The rates of port fees in the sea fishing ports of the Russian Federation that do not have a common water area with the sea merchant ports for merchant marine vessels shall be equal to the rates of fees available in the nearest sea merchant ports (Khasanksy Sea Merchant Port - port of Posyet, Nevelsky Sea Fishing Port - port of Kholmsk). Duplication of collection of fees from vessels in the ports with common water area is excluded.

The Order also endorses the rules of application of port fees in the sea fishing ports of the Russian Federation. The port fees in the sea fishing ports shall be collected by the state administrations of ports from Russian and foreign vessels (vessels serving the fishing complex and used for catching aquatic biological resources, pickup vessels, service boats and special-purpose boats) entering the sea fishing port for servicing regardless of proprietary forms, destination and agency subordination. The rules shall define the procedure of calculation and payment of the tonnage, beaconage, canal, wharfage, anchorage, ecological, pilotage and navigation fees, envisage opportunities of granting discounts for the rates of port fees, specify the grounds for exemption from the port fees.

The Order is entered into force from July 25, 2006.

Registered in the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation on July 6, 2006. Reg. No. 8023.

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