Ecolex Logo
The gateway to
environmental law
Search results » Legislation

Regulation on amounts of compensation for harms caused to the fishing industry (Adopted by Decree No. 202 of 1994).

Country/Territory
Bulgaria
Document type
Regulation
Date
1994
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Subject
Fisheries
Keyword
Marine fisheries Inland fisheries Size Offences/penalties Fishery management and conservation
Geographical area
Black Sea, Eastern Europe, Europe, EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA, European Union Countries
Abstract

Compensations specified in the table of article 1 shall be paid for harm caused to fish and other aquatic animals in the course of violations of articles 34-40 of the Fish Husbandry Act (art. 1). Compensations vary according to species, size, and the location of fishing. Article 2 specifies the size of fish considered to be young fish, and prohibits catching, transportation, sale and purchase of such fish all year round. The departments described in article 9 and 10 of the Fish Husbandry Act shall add to the categories of fish and aquatic animals described in article 1(1) of this Regulation other kinds of fish and aquatic animals including fish and aquatic animals imported for breeding (para.1 of transitional and concluding provisions). The Regulation consists of 6 articles and transitional and concluding provisions.

Full text
English

References - Legislation

Implements

Fish Husbandry Act 1982.

Legislation | Bulgaria | 1982

Keyword: Basic legislation, Marine fisheries, Inland fisheries, Fishery management and conservation, Stock enhancement/repopulation, Non-commercial fishing, Aquaculture, Institution, Cooperative/producer organization, Access right, Policy/planning, Alien species, Marine pollution, Offences/penalties, Waterworks

Source: FAO, FAOLEX