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Monitoring of the Federal Legislation dated 29.06.2009

Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 537 of June 26, 2009 on Endorsing the Rate of Import Customs Duty on up to One Millimetre Thick Tropical Wood Veneer Sheets for Furniture

A permanent zero rate is set for import customs duty on up to 1-mm thick tropical wood veneer sheets for furniture (CC FEA of Russia code 4408 39 310 0). Previously zero import duty was introduced for nine months from October 24, 2008.
The Decision takes effect as of July 25, 2009.

Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 536 of June 26, 2009 on Endorsing the Rates of Export Customs Duties on Crude Oil and Specific Categories of Products Made from Oil Which Are Exported from the Territory of the Russian Federation to Areas Outside of the Member States of the Agreements on the Customs Union

The rates of export duties on crude oil and some categories of products made from it which are shipped to areas outside of the member states of the agreements on the Customs Union are increased.
The rate of duty is set at $212.6 per ton (instead of $152.8) for crude oil, $155.5 per ton for light and medium distillates, gas-oil and benzene, toluene and xylenes (instead of $115.2).
Export duty rose from $62.1 to $83.8 for liquid fuels, oils, worked-out petroleum products, petroleum jelly etc. (except for those subject to zero rate), and also petroleum coke, bitumen etc.(except for calcined petroleum coke subject to zero rate).
Starting from July 12, 2009 calcined petroleum coke will have a new CC FEA code, 2713 12 000. Its previous code, 2713 12 000 0, is to be used until July 11.
Zero rate of export duty on propane, butane, ethylene, propylene, butylene and butadiene as well as other liquefied gases keeps effective.
The Decision takes effect as of July 1, 2009.

Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 532 of June 25, 2009 on Endorsing the List of the Communication Facilities Subject to Compulsory Certification

The list of the communication facilities subject to compulsory certification is updated in view of the development of public communication networks and new equipment.
Some obsolete equipment is no longer on the list, while new facilities appeared on it.
The certificates issued earlier will keep effective until the end of the effective term thereof.

Order of the Federal Migration Service No. 119 of May 21, 2009 on Making Arrangement within the Federal Migration Service for Taking Decisions on the Undesirability of the Sojourn (Residence) of Foreign Citizens or Stateless Persons in the Russian Federation

In certain cases a decision may be taken that the sojourn (residence) of a foreign citizen or stateless person in Russia is undesirable. For instance, if the person's stay is illegal, if he has not been permitted to enter or if his stay (residence) is a threat to the state's defence or security, public order or public health.
A procedure is provided for a decision to be taken in such cases, with a territorial body of the Federal Migration Service preparing materials and the decision being taken by the director of the Service.
Such decision serves as ground for refusal to issue or extend a residence permit, for annulment thereof and for later refusal to allow entry into Russia.
If a person whose sojourn (residence) is deemed undesirable fails to leave this country he will be deported.
Registered by the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, registration No. 14118 of June 23, 2009.

Order of the Ministry of Public Health and Social Development of the Russian Federation No. 245n of May 15, 2009 on Endorsing the Rules for Filing an Application for a Lump-Sum Disbursement at the Expense of a Maternity (Family) Capital and the Procedure for Making Such Disbursement

Starting from January 1, 2007 women giving birth (adopting) a second or subsequent child and men being sole adopted parents of a second, third and subsequent child are entitled to a maternity (family) capital and receive a relevant state certificate.
On certain conditions a lump-sum disbursement, 12,000 roubles, may be received at the expense of the capital on an application filed with a territorial body of the Pension Fund.
The Order extends to legal relationships that have come into being since May 4, 2009 and is effective until May 1, 2010.
Registered by the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, registration No. 14116 of June 23, 2009.

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