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Ministerio de Economía Fomento y Reconstrucción, Gobierno de Chile. Ley No. , D.S. No. FAO. Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries. por el que se fija el texto refundido, coordinado y sistematizado de la Ley núm. , de y sus modificaciones, Ley General de Pesca y Acuicultura. numerosos artículos de la Ley General de Pesca y Acuicultura, y de las leyes que Fíjase el siguiente texto refundido, coordinado y sistematizado de la Ley Nº.

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Establishes the Fishermen Investment Trust, the objectives of which is to invest, directly or through a body controlled by it in fishing activities; fish processing activities; fish marketing; and such other activities related to the fishing industry as may be approved by the Board.

The Secretary of State responsible for fisheries shall be charged with the administration of this Act. The Secretary of State may declare special management areas for the purpose of community-based fisheries management and other stated purposes.

Measures to prevent unemployment, promote re-employment, etc.

Fishermen are allowed to receive lfy up to four years with the possibility of renewal. Article 9 regulates the applications approval and the registration into the Registry. Part II provides for the issuance of fishing licences. Contains a minor amendment to s.

Article 14 introduces the issuance of Regulations by the Governmental Council. Cooperative Administration Committee; Cooperative financial organization; Cooperative closure. It consists of 67 sections divided into 7 Parts as following: Fishermen Welfare Fund Act No. Other provisions of the Law deal with research fisheries, enforcement measures and offences.

Regulations relative to shrimp catching by the traditional sector in the Persian Gulf. The need to have insurance in case of occupational accidents and casualties is contained in Part VI, along with notification and investigation of accidents to and by the competent authority.

Remaining provisions set out rules for operations of vessels such as the stowage of gear, disposal of waste matter, and the fitting out of vessels, regulate scienti8fic research art.


Provisions of section 99 empower the Department of Agriculture and Commerce to divide fishing areas of Liberia into zones and oey close fishing areas for purposes of fish protection. Conditions that does entitle to unemployment benefits to fishermen and hunters without vessels.

Contains provisions on environment protection, policy measures, competencies, commercial fishing, register, sport fishing, organization of producers, international agreements, inspections, penal provisions. AN ACT of Parliament to provide for the consolidation of the laws on the regulation and promotion of agriculture generally, to provide for the establishment of the Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Authority, to make provision for the respective roles of the national and county governments in agriculture excluding livestock and related matters in furtherance of the relevant provisions of the Fourth Schedule to the Constitution and for connected purposes.

Wages and working conditions. 188992 Industry Act Act 17 of Sets up legal framework ,ey fisheries and aquaculture activities in Iran.

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Part I contains introductory provisions. Prohibition of harvesting trochus except during Open season. Lfy Decision consists of 5 Sections. It is composed of 7 Parts divided into 35 articles. The Act prescribes the requirement of a licence to be issued by the Director and an authorization of the Secretary of State to fish on the High Seas and the Director shall maintain a record of High Seas fishing vessels.

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A cooperative shall be made up of a minimum of 20 members and shall be required to be fully engaged in fishing as well as own licensed boats art. It also provides that all fishermen are to be registered with the Permanent Secretary section 5that before leaving, they must have a Fishermen Continuous Records Book and that trainee fisherman are not to stay at sea for a cumulative period of more than 6 months section The text consists of 11 sections: All individuals and companies carrying out fishing business shall be licensed, except for small leyy and small fish breeders.


Dissolution of cooperatives provided for in Chapter V. Agents shall be appointed for each vessel for which an application for registration or granting of a license is made art.

Chapter VI pertains to cooperatives’ financial system such as sources of incomes. Fishing ly export or other commercial purposes in the EEZ beyond ” the area most commonly used by Maldivians for fishing” shall be conducted under the authority of the Ministry of Trade and any party wishing to undertake such fishing shall sign an agreement with the Ministry for that purpose.

Part 14 provides for the repeat of Cap 33, and the savings on regulations, orders and notices made or given sander the repealed Ordinance to remain in force unless inconsistency with this Act occurred.

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Consultation on international fisheries management. The purpose of this Law is to regulate economic activities in fishing, and to protect fishing workers’ lawful rights and interests Ch. This Act amends the Fisheries Act in section 8 which prohibits the use of a foreign vessel for fishing or related activities in the fishery waters without a valid foreign fishing licence. Makes provision for the establishment of a Fishermen Welfare Fund to provide for the social and economic welfare of fishermen and their families.

Regulates the implementation of the EU Common Fisheries Policy and managing bodies and their duties, supervision and control. Authority may determine participatory rights in fishery. The text consists of 8 regulations, i.

These rules cannot be applied in cases of emergency. These Regulations lay down the measures for the monitoring of the heavy metals:

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