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Romanian Legal Week in brief: May 15-21, 2017

Ioana-Cătălina Barbu
Ioana-Cătălina
Barbu

Unilateral exclusion of certain categories of foreigners from needing an entry visa in Romania

On Friday, the 12th of May 2017, the Ministry of External Affairs launched into public debate a bill for the unilateral exclusion of certain categories of foreigners from needing an entry visa in Romania.

:: Bill

:: Substantiation note

 

Revisions regarding the legal regime of batteries and accumulators

On Friday, the 12th of May, the Ministry of Environment launched into public debate a bill for the alteration and completion of Government Decision no. 1132/2008 regarding the legal regime of batteries and accumulators.
:: Bill 
:: Substantiation note

 

Implementation of food wasting decrease law
On Friday, the 12th of May, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development launched into public debate the bill for the approval of methodological norms of Law no. 217/2016 regarding the decrease of food wasting.

:: Bill 

 

Legal regime for narcotic plants, substances, and products         

On Tuesday, the 16th of May 2017, the bill for the alteration and completion of Law no. 339/2015 on the legal regime for narcotic and psychotropic plants, substances, and products was launched into public debate by the Ministry of Health.

:: Bill 

:: Justification instrument

 

Revision of Government Emergency Ordinance for staff wages funded through the public budget in 2016, term prorogation, and other budgetary and fiscal measures

On Tuesday, the 16th of May 2017, the draft for the Emergency Ordinance regarding the revision of the Government Emergency Ordinance no. 57/2017 for staff wages funded through the public budget in 2016, term prorogation, and other budgetary and fiscal measures was launched into public debate by the Ministry of Transportation.

:: Draft 
:: Justification instrument

 

Reference rates for Civil Auto Liability market

On Wednesday, the 17th of May 2017, the Financial Supervisory Authority published the reference rates for the CAL policies.
The reference rates are determined based on information regarding policies and losses sourced from authorised insurance agencies since 2016.
According to ASF data:

  • The reference rate for a CAL policy for 1 year, for people between 31 – 40 years, who own a vehicle with a cylindrical capacitor of 1201 – 1400 cmc, is 506 lei
  • For legal persons who own a vehicle with a cylindrical capacitor of 1401 – 1600 cmc, the reference rate is 957 lei
  • For legal persons who own a vehicle intended for load transportation, weighing more than 16 tons, the reference rate is 7314 lei
  • For vehicles intended for demand responsive transport owned by natural and legal persons, with a capacity of more than 40 seats, the reference rate is 5616 lei

Reference rates for each vehicle category can be viewed here.

 

NAFA reimburses VAT amounting to 881 million lei

On Thursday, the 18th of May 2017, the National Agency for Fiscal Administration stated that it will reimburse VAT amounting to 881,20 million lei during the current month.

The payment was scheduled in two instalments – 11th of May and 31st of May 2017.


Ioana-Cătălina Barbu

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