Russian Federation: Review Of The Developments In The Legislation In Production And Trade Sector For April 2014

Registered in the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation on 3 April 2014.

No.

Branch of Law

Name and Date of Legislative Act

Date

Summary

Effective Date

1.

Administrative Law (Pharmaceuticals)

Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 224 'On Amendments to Some Acts of the Government of the Russian Federation Due to the Improvement of Control Over the Circulation of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substance',

22 March 2014

Expansion of the list of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substance, circulation of which is prohibited in the Russian Federation. For the purposes of prosecution under Articles 228, 228.1, 229 and 229.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, the Resolution established a significant, large and especially large size of the new narcotic drugs

8 April 2014

2

Administrative Law

The Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 236 'On Amendments to Some Acts of the Government of the Russian Federation on Marking Alcoholic Products'

27 March 2014

Changes in the forms of declarations Nos. 3, 5, 11 providing for the reflection of balances of products marked with old federal special and(or) with excise marks as of the end of a reporting period.

8 April 2014

3

Administrative Law

The Federal Law No. 61-FZ 'On Amendments to Article 8.6 of the Code of the Russian Federation on Administrative Violations'

2 April 2014

Increase in the sizes of fines for land damage including construction works, heavy vehicles traffic, pollution, etc.

13 April 2014

4

Administrative Law

The Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 285 'On Amendments to the the Regulations on the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation'

12 April 2014

Detalisation o the powers of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation related to the issue of licenses and permits to perform export-import transactions with certain types of goods.

26 April 2014

5

Administrative Law

The Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 344 'On Amendments to Some Acts of the Government of the Russian Federation'

15 April 2014

Detalisation of Regulations on licensing operations with explosive and chemically hazardous production facilities of I, II and III hazard classes.

29 April 2014

6.

Administrative Law (Pharmaceuticals)

The Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 305

15 April 2014

Approval of a new version for the State Program - 'Development of Pharmaceutical and Medical Industries' for 2013–2020.

2 May 2014

7.

Administrative Law (Pharmaceuticals)

The Order of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation No. 2n

9 January 2014

Approval of the procedure for technical testing, toxicity study, and clinical investigation of medical products for the purpose of the state registration thereof Determination of the forms for acts of testing results and report on toxicity studies of medical products.

Registered in the Ministry of Justice of The Russian Federation on 3 April 2014.

8.

Administrati ve Law (Pharmaceuticals)

The Order of the Federal Service for the Supervision of Public Health and Social Development of the Russian Federation No. 1271

3 March 2014

Approval of the form of documents used by the Federal Service for Supervision of Health in licensing activities in the area of production and maintenance of medical equipment, including an application for a license and application for the termination of the production and maintenance of medical equipment.

Registered in the Ministry of Justice of the Russia n Federation on 11 April 2014.

9.

Civil Law

The Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation 'On Amendments to the Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 252, dated 28 April 2006'

26 March 2014

Detalisation of the regulations for licensing of production of audiovisual works, computer software and databases on any media.

5 April 2014

10.

Land Law

The Resolution of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation No. 12-P 'On the case on the constitutional review of paragraphs 2 - 6 of Article 13 of the Federal Law 'On Agricultural Lands Commerce' in connection with the complaint from V.L. Gerasimenko and L.N. Gerasimenko'

22 April 2014

Clarification of the procedure for apportionment of shares in land plots of agricultural purpose after 1 June 2011

22 April 2014

11.

Labour Law

The Order of the Federal Migration Service No. 182 'On Amendments to Appendix 12 to the Order of the Russian FMS No. 147 'On the Forms and Procedure for Notification of the Federal Migration Service on the Work Performance by Foreign Nationals in the Territory of the Russian Federation, dated 28 June 2010'

12 March /2014

Amendments to the procedure for submission of notices on performance of obligations to pay remuneration to qualified professionals, in case of termination of employment or civil contracts with these persons and cases of granting them unpaid leaves of over one month during a year.

20 April 2014

12.

Tax Law

The Federal Law No. 81-FZ 'On Amendments to the Second Part of the Tax Code of thr Russian Federation'

20 April 2014

When selling immovable property, the moment for determination of the respective tax base for VAT will be the day of transfer of the property to the buyer under the act of transfer or other document of transfer of the immovable property. Invoice issued by individual entrepreneur will be allowed to sign by other persons authorised by the power of attorney on behalf of the EI.

1 July 2014

13.

Tax Law

The Federal Law No. 81-FZ 'On Amendments to the Second Part of the Tax Code of the Russian Federation'

20 April 2014

Deleting the concept of 'value differences' and the procedure of accounting thereof from the Tax Code of the Russian Federation. Exclusion of LIFO method from tax accounting.

1 January 2015

14.

Tax Law

Federal Law No. 52-FZ 'On Introduction of Amendments to the First and Second Parts of the Tax Code of the Russian Federation and Individual Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation'

2 April 2014

Establishment of the liability of taxpayers, which apply simplified taxation system (STS) and uniform tax on imputed income (UTII), to pay the property tax with respect of the real estate, the tax base of which is determined as its cadastral value.

2 May 2014

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