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The New Russian Law Abolishes the State Duty for the Restoration of Documents Lost as a Result of Emergencies
6.08.2018 20:45
The New Russian Law Abolishes the State Duty for the Restoration of Documents Lost as a Result of Emergencies
(Source: http://.dp.ua/poleznoe)

The deputies have abolished the state duty for the restoration of documents lost as a result of emergencies.

      The State Duma approved the relevant amendments to the Tax Code in the final version. To get comprehensive clarification, consult  Russian attorneys.

      The new law abolishes the state duty for the restoration of documents lost as a result of emergencies. The amendments are made to the Article 333.35 of the Tax Code.

      Now one can only restore a passport free of charge.

      However, you will have to pay 2,900 roubles for a new international driver's license, a vehicle certificate and a vehicle registration certificate, issued as substitutes for lost documents.

      Read more about Russian laws...


Sources: https://pravo.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian law Legal Services in Russia    

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