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Nom: Law No.HO-245-N of 15 December 2016 "On compensation for injuries to health of military servants defending the Republic of Armenia".
Pays: Arménie
Sujet(s): Assistance et services sociaux; Fonctionnaires et agents publics
Type de loi: Loi
Adopté le: 2016-12-15
Entry into force:
ISN: ARM-2016-L-104560
Lien: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=104560&p_lang=fr
Bibliographie: legislation on-line legislation on-line Armenian Legal Information System ARLIS, Armenia PDF in Armenian PDF in Armenian (DOC.NORMES) (consulté le 2017-06-18)
Résumé/Citation: This law aims to implement a special system ensuring provision of compensations to military servants for injuries they got defending the Republic of Armenia, participating in battles, during military duty on the front line or carrying out a special task. Sets general provisions, describes, inter alia, beneficiaries, compensation cases, reasons for payment thereof, the payer, the amounts of compensations, conditions and procedure of payment, peculiarities of payment in case of declaring military servants as missing, the procedure of identification of persons who have right to compensation. Chapter III introduces the concept of "stamp fee" which establishes a mandatory payment to state budget to provide for the compensation to military servants, also, inter alia, the amounts of the "stamp fee", as well as the categories of payers. Chapter IV establishes the Foundation for the compensation for the injuries to life or health of military servants, with a detailed insight to the status, functions, competencies, financial resources, expenditures, resource management, management bodies, Board of Trustees. The transitional provisions implements the electronic system of production of stamps.
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