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Monitoring of the Federal Legislation dated 5.09.2006

Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 531 of August 31, 2006 on the Endorsement of the Rules of Sending of a Copy of the Declaration of the Object of Immovable Property with the Proprietary Right Registered by the Body in Charge of the State Registration of the Rights for Immovable Property and Transactions with It to the Organisation (Body) in Charge of Registration of Objects of Immovable Property



Defines the procedure of sending by the body in charge of the state registration to the organisation (body) in charge of the registration of objects of immovable property of the copy of the declaration of the object of immovable property, the proprietary right for which is registered in the Joint State Register of the Right for Immovable Property and Transactions with It, confirming the fact of creation of the object of immovable property on the land plot intended for cottages or gardening, or the fact of creation of the garage or another object of immovable property (if the permission for construction or reconstruction of this object of immovable property is not required) and containing a description of such object of immovable property.

Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 523 of August 25, 2006 on the Amendments to the Federal Rules (Standards) of Audit Activities Endorsed by the Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 696 of September 23, 2002



The federal rules (standards) of audit activities are extended to include 8 new standards.

Rule (standard) 24 specifies the main principles of the rules (standards) pertaining to services that may be provided by audit organisations and auditors. The standard defines, in particular, the services accompanying audit activities, as well as the consequences of improper use of the auditor name.

Rule (standard) 25 specifies uniform requirements to the actions for the audit organisation or independent auditor in the course of the audit of financial (accounting) reports of the audited person relying for the drawing of this financial (accounting) reports on the services of the centralised accounting service of a specialised organisation or accounting specialist.

Rule (standard) 26 specifies uniform requirements to the processing in the course of audit of comparable information in financial (accounting) reports.

Rule (standard) 27 pertains to other information processed by the auditor where he may not need to draw up the audit statement but included in the documents containing the audited financial (accounting) reports.

Rule (standard) 28 defines the cases when the auditor, while preparing the audit statement, relies on the results of work of another auditor checking financial information submitted by one or several divisions and included in the financial (accounting) reports of the audited person.

Rule (standard) 29 specifies uniform requirements for external auditors when examining the work of the services of internal audit.

Rule (standard) 30 defines the procedure of fulfilling of coordinated procedures pertaining to financial information.

Rule (standard) 31 specifies the rules of compiling of financial information.

Decision of the Chief State Sanitary Physician of the Russian Federation No. 30 of August 31, 2006 on the Organisation of Meals for Children in Institutions of General Education



Expresses concern because of unsatisfactory organisation of hot meals for schoolchildren in the period of 2005-2006 academic year. Hot meals are provided to: 63% on the average, 52.7% in the 5

In the majority of rural schools, the rations are not balanced, using a restricted set of foodstuffs. Foodstuffs from auxiliary gardening are used.

One of the major negative moments in the organisation of meals is insufficient financing from the budgets of various levels.

The average cost of breakfasts in rural regions makes Rbl 3 to Rbl 5, in the cities - Rbl 5 to Rbl 7, the lunches in rural regions make Rbl 10 to Rbl 15, in the cities - Rbl 20 to Rbl 25.

The federal budget is used to finance the meals to only those children living in the zones of radio active contamination because of the disaster at Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station and a number of subsidised territories. At the same time, resources from local budgets are allocated for meals to only those children from low-income and big families. Reliance on parents to pay for the hot meals for children is a common practice in all territories.

Weak material support of kitchens is emphasised, tear and wear of technological and refrigeration equipment. 11 outbursts of infectious diseases were registered in 2005-2006 because of the violation of food preparation technology and kitchen failure to comply with sanitary norms, the number of victims being 386 persons.

To provide for the sanitary and epidemiological well-being of children and their health, the task is set to both organise hot meals for all age groups and to outfit the kitchens with up-to-date refrigeration and technological equipment. Food rations for children should be optimised, first and foremost with foodstuffs enriched with vitamins and micronutrients, as well as the benefits and free meals should be restored for all students (including the senior forms). It is suggested to sell milk and balanced products enriched with vitamins and minerals through automatic dispensers.

The Decision of the Chief State Sanitary Physician No. 18 of July 20, 2006 on the organisation of meals for children in institutions of general education is invalidated.

Registered in the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation on September 4, 2006. Reg. No. 8190.

Order of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation No. 217 of August 4, 2006 on the Procedure for the Management Bodies of Special Economic Zones to Attract a Joint-Stock Company with 100% of Stocks Belonging to the Russian Federation or a Management Company to Create at the Expense of the Federal Budget, Budgets of the Subject of the Russian Federation, Local Budget Objects of Immovable Property in the Special Economic Zone and on the Adjacent Territory and to Manage These and Earlier Created Objects



Endorses the procedure defining the mechanism of implementation of the right of the Federal Agency for the Management of Special Economic Zones and its territorial bodies to attract a joint-stock company with 100% of stocks belonging to the Russian Federation or a management company to create at the expense of the budget resources objects of immovable property located within the boundaries of the special economic zone and on the adjacent territory and to manage these and earlier created objects.

The procedure permits to attract for this purpose the OAO Special Economic Zones, 100% of stocks of which belong to the Russian Federation. A contract is concluded within one month after the Federal Agency for the Management of Special Economic Zones takes the appropriate decision between it and the given OAO to regulate the procedure and terms of their interaction in the course of creation and reconstruction of objects of immovable property, their management.

The general agreement is concluded in pursuance of the joint decision of the Federal Agency for the Management of Special Economic Zones and the OAO Special Economic Zones to define the procedure of interaction on the territory of all special economic zones.

An affiliated joint-stock company of the OAO Special Economic Zones created with participation of the authorised bodies of executive power of the subject of the Russian Federation for the appropriate special economic zone may be attracted as a management company.

Registered in the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation on September 1, 2006. Reg. No. 8188.

Order of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation No. 122 of April 21, 2006 on the Procedures for Drawing up, Issue and Registration of Permissions for Export and Import, Certificates for Re-Export and Introduction of Sturgeons from the Sea and Products from Them, Including the Caviar, As Well As for Amending Them, Suspension and Revocation of the Mentioned Permissions/Certificates



In pursuance of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), introduces for CITES participating countries an administrative procedure for export, re-export, import and introduction from the sea of endangered plants and animals including also the sturgeons.

To provide for the execution of obligations of the Russian Federation in the framework of CITES, endorses the normative acts regulating the procedure of drawing up, issue, registration, changing, suspension and revocation of the two types of documents, the subject being sturgeons and products of them, including the caviar: permission for import or export; certificate for re-export or introduction from the sea.

The issue of the mentioned documents is vested in the Federal Service of Veterinary and Phytosanitary Enforcement to requests submitted by Russian and foreign citizens and legal entities.

The Order defines information to be indicated in the request and the list of attached documents.

The request is handed over to the federal state unitary enterprise All-Russia Scientific Research Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography that will accept recommendations no later than one month after. Negative recommendations serve as one of the reasons of refusal to issue the permissions or certificates.

Permissions for export and import, certificates for re-export may be used within 6 months, and certificates for the introduction from the sea - within 12 months.

The permission or certificate may be suspended or revoked at the recommendation of the Secretariat of the Convention if the requirements of the Convention are violated.

Registered in the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation on August 31, 2006. Reg. No. 8185.

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