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  1. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Adoption and Foster Care No. 746-IIS, adopted on 4 May 2017 - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2017-05-04 | Date of entry into force: 2017-05-24 | GEO-2017-L-104534

    Chapter I - General provisions
    Chapter II - Main conditions for adoption
    Chapter III - Adoption of a child in Georgia
    Chapter IV - International adoption
    Chapter V - Court decision on adoption, legal consequences of adoption, and confidentiality of adoption
    Chapter VI - Annulment or reversal of adoption
    Chapter VII - Foster care
    Chapter VIII - Transitional and Final Provisions.

    This Law establishes the rules and conditions for adoption and foster care, regulates relations between the State and the adoptive/foster care provider subjects, and regulates relations between the State of origin and the State of adoption. This law stipulates that the Law of Georgia on Adoption and Foster Care of 18 December 2009 shall be repealed.

  2. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Electronic Documents and Electronic Trusted Services No. 639-IIS, adopted on 21 April 2017 - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2017-04-21 | Date of entry into force: 2017-05-10 | GEO-2017-L-104540

    Article 1 - Purpose and scope of the law
    Article 2 - Definition of terms
    Article 3 - Legal force of electronic signature and electronic stamp
    Article 4 - Electronic document
    Article 5 - Rights and responsibilities of a provider of qualified trusted service
    Article 6 - Certificate of qualified electronic signature/qualified electronic stamp
    Article 7 - Qualified mention of time
    Article 8 - Qualified verification of authenticity of qualified electronic signature/qualified electronic stamp
    Article 9 - Qualified conservation of qualified electronic signature/qualified electronic stamp
    Article 10 - Cancellation, suspension and renewal of qualified electronic signature/qualified electronic stamp
    Article 11 - Authorization and supervision over qualified provide of trusted service
    Article 12 - Recognition of qualified trusted service provided by foreign or international organization
    Article 13 - Transitional provisions
    Article 14 - Conclusive provision

    This Law establishes a legal framework for electronic documents, the use of electronic signatures, and the use of trusted electronic services. This law stipulates that the law of Georgia of 14 March 2008 on Electronic Signature and Electronic Documents shall be repealed.

  3. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on International Protection No. 42-IS, adopted on 1 December 2016. - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-12-01 | Date of entry into force: 2016-12-15 | GEO-2016-L-104536

    Chapter I - General Provisions
    Chapter II - General Principles and Procedural Guarantees of Asylum Procedure
    Chapter III - Reasons for Granting and Denial of Refugee Status, Humanitarian Status or Temporary Protection
    Chapter IV - Request for International Protection in Georgia
    Chapter V - Procedures for Examination of Application for International Protection
    Chapter VI - Cessation, Cancellation and Revocation of Refugee or Humanitarian Status or Temporary Protection
    Chapter VII - Rights and Obligations of Asylum-Seekers, Refugees, Humanitarian Status Holders, and Persons under Temporary Protection
    Chapter VIII - Durable Solutions for Refugees and Humanitarian Status Holders
    Chapter IX - Timeframes for Keeping Personal Data
    Chapter X - Authority, Responsibilities of the Administrative Bodies of Georgia and International Cooperation
    Chapter XI - Transitional and Final Provisions

    This Law establishes legal framework for asylum procedures, ensures human rights protection to asylum-seekers, refugees, humanitarian status holders and persons under temporary protection, and establishes procedural guarantees of international protection as prescribed by this Law. This Law stipulates that the Law of Georgia on Refugee and Humanitarian Statuses of December 6, 2011, shall be repealed.

  4. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Innovation No. 5501-IIS, adopted on 22 June 2016. - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-06-22 | Date of entry into force: 2016-07-12 | GEO-2016-L-104539

    Chapter I - General Provisions
    Chapter II - Infrastructure of Innovations Activities
    Chapter III - Financing of Innovations Activities
    Chapter IV - Commercialization of Innovation Projects Finances by the State
    Chapter V - Transitional and Final Provisions

    This law is aimed at creating and improving the necessary national ecosystem for Georgia’s social-economic development, building economy based on knowledge and innovations, supporting use in Georgia of foreign technologies, supporting the use and export of intellectual property and technologies created in Georgia.

  5. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Early and Preschool Education No. 5366-IIS, adopted on 8 June 2016. - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-06-08 | Date of entry into force: 2016-06-24 | GEO-2016-L-104529

    Chapter I - General Provisions
    Chapter II - Powers and/or Obligations of State Authorities and Municipalities in the Field of Early and Preschool Education
    Chapter III - The Foundation and Authorisation of Institutions
    Chapter IV - Institutions
    Chapter V - Provision of Early and Preschool Education Services, Including the School Preparation Programmes
    Chapter VI - Monitoring, Assessment and Reporting at Institutions
    Chapter VII - Financing of Early and Preschool Education System
    Chapter VIII - Transitional and Final provisions

    This Law governs the legal grounds for ensuring universal accessibility to, and the development and quality assurance of, early and preschool education in Georgia, and the organisational structure of early and preschool education institutions, and defines the rules for their foundation, operation and accountability, as well as the binding nature of their authorisation. This Law also defines the powers, obligations, functions and responsibilities of state bodies, municipalities and other legal and/or natural persons related to early and preschool education, as well as the principles for the financing thereof.

  6. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Volunteering No. 4717-RS, adopted on 24 December 2015. - legislation on-line legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-12-24 | Date of entry into force: 2015-12-30 | GEO-2015-L-104533

    Article 1 - Scope of the Law
    Article 2 - Volunteering
    Article 3 - Volunteer relations and parties
    Article 4 - Rights and obligations of volunteers and host organisations
    Article 5 - Compensation for expenses incurred in the performance of volunteering activities
    Article 6 - Ensuring volunteers’ safety
    Article 7 - Liability of the host organisation
    Article 8 - Volunteer agreements
    Article 9 - Working hours of volunteers
    Article 10 - Entry into force of this Law.

    This Law regulates relations between volunteers and host organisations and their relations with third parties within Georgia, unless these relations are otherwise regulated by the international agreements of Georgia. Volunteer relations that are not regulated by this Law, or other special laws, are regulated by other legislative and subordinate normative acts of Georgia.

  7. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Radioactive Waste No. 4487-IS, adopted on 11 November 2015 - legislation on-line legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-11-11 | Date of entry into force: 2016-01-04 | GEO-2015-L-104538

    Article 1 - Scope of the Law
    Article 2 - Objectives of the Law
    Article 3 - Principles of radioactive waste management
    Article 4 - Definition of terms
    Article 5 - Competent authorities in the field of radioactive waste management
    Article 6 - National strategy for radioactive waste management and the action plan for its implementation
    Article 7 - Selection of locations for radioactive waste management facilities and radioactive waste disposal facilities
    Article 8 - Establishment of protection zones for radioactive waste disposal facilities and radioactive waste management facilities
    Article 9 - Radioactive waste disposal
    Article 10 - General requirements for the owners of radioactive waste
    Article 11 - Duties of other persons in the field of radioactive waste management
    Article 12 - Rights of citizens of Georgia, stateless persons and aliens in the field of radioactive waste management
    Article 13 – Import, export, transit, re-export and transportation of radioactive waste
    Article 14 - Liability for non-compliance with the requirements established by the legislation of Georgia in the field of radioactive waste management
    Article 15 - Normative acts to be adopted in relation to the entry into force of the Law
    Article 16 - Transitional provision
    Article 17 - Entry into Force of the Law.

    This Law regulates legal relations between the public authorities and the natural and legal persons performing the management of radioactive waste, the handling of radioactive waste and/or activities related to the generation of radioactive waste. This Law also determines the security and safety requirements of radioactive waste management for activities related to radioactive waste and relevant operations.

  8. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Public Service No. 4346-IS, adopted on 27 October 2015. - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-10-27 | Date of entry into force: 2015-11-11 | GEO-2015-L-104530

    Chapter I - General Provisions
    Chapter II - Public Service Principles
    Chapter III - Centralised Public Service Management System
    Chapter IV - Classification of Officers' Positions
    Chapter V - Appointment of Officers
    Chapter VI - Managing the Career of Officers
    Chapter VII - Rights, Guarantees and Obligations of Officers
    Chapter VIII - Agreements under Public Law in Public Service
    Chapter IX - Employment Agreements in Public Service
    Chapter X - Disciplinary Liability
    Chapter XI - Reorganisation, liquidation or merger of a public institution with another public institution
    Chapter XII - Dismissal of Officers
    Chapter XIII - Protection of Rights
    Chapter XIV - Organisational Support
    Chapter XV - Transitional Provisions
    Chapter XVI - Final Provisions

    This Law aims to establish a legal basis for the formation and functioning of a stable, unified public service in Georgia based on career promotion, merit, integrity, political neutrality, impartiality and accountability. The Law determines the status of a public servant, the conditions for the recruitment of qualified public officers and performance of service by them and matters of public service administration. It also regulates official legal relations between public servants in state bodies, in bodies of the autonomous republics of Abkhazia and Adjara and municipalities and in legal entities under public law, unless otherwise provided for by this Law. This law stipulates that the Law of Georgia on Public Service of 31 October 1997 and the subordinate acts adopted/issued on its basis shall be repealed from 1 January 2017.

  9. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on the Development of High Mountainous Regions No. 4036-RS, adopted on 16 July 2015. - legislation on-line legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-07-16 | Date of entry into force: 2015-07-28 | GEO-2015-L-104537

    Article 1 - Definition of terms
    Article 2 - Regulation of issues related to the status of high mountainous settlements
    Article 3 - Granting, terminating, suspending, and restoring the status of permanent resident of a high mountainous settlement
    Article 4 - Social benefits in high mountainous settlements
    Article 5 - Tax privileges in high mountainous settlements
    Article 6 - Status and composition of the National Mountain Development Council
    Article 7 - Powers of the National Mountain Development Council
    Article 8 - High mountainous settlements development fund
    Article 9 - Measures to be implemented related to the entry of this Law into force
    Article 10 - Normative acts repealed as from the entry into force of this Law
    Article 11 - Entry into force of this Law

    This law stipulates that the policy implemented by the State towards high mountainous regions is part of the regional development policy of the country and is aimed at ensuring the equal socio-economic development of the entire territory of Georgia and at solving the social and economic problems of persons living in high mountainous regions. The aim of this Law is to determine the benefits of encouraging the social and economic progress of high mountainous regions as guaranteed by the Constitution of Georgia; such benefits ensure the well-being of persons living in high mountainous regions, raise living standards, promote employment and improve social and economic conditions. This law stipulates that the law of Georgia of 8 June 1999 on High Mountainous Regions Social-Economic and Cultural Development shall be repealed on 1 January 2016.

  10. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on the State Security Service of Georgia No. 3921-RS, adopted on 8 July 2015. - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-07-08 | Date of entry into force: 2015-07-15 | GEO-2015-L-104531

    Chapter I - General Provisions
    Chapter II - Composition of the Service; Appointment and Early Termination of Competencies of the Head of the Service
    Chapter III - Functions and Competence of the Service
    Chapter IV – Protection of State Secrets and Ensuring State Security
    Chapter V - Coercive Measures
    Chapter VI - Procedure of Service
    Chapter VII - Legal and Social Protection of Employee
    Chapter VIII – Financial, Logistical, Informational and Analytical support of the Service
    Chapter IX - Control and Supervision over the Activities of the Service
    Chapter X - Transitional and Final Provisions

    This Law determines basic guiding principles for the activities of the State Security Service of Georgia, its functions and competence, procedures for the performance of services by public servants of the Service, including persons with special military or state rank and their legal and social protection guarantees, the forms of control and overseeing activities of the State Security Service of Georgia and other matters. The State Security Service of Georgia is a system of special-purpose institutions of executive authority subordinate to the Government of Georgia, which ensures state security under its authority. This law stipulates that the Law of Georgia on Public Security Service of 18 February 1998 shall be repealed as of 1 August 2015.

  11. Georgia - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ordinance of the Government of Georgia on Approval of the Procedures for Issuing, Extending, and Terminating Georgian Visas No. 280, issued on 23 June 2015. - legislation on-line legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-06-23 | Date of entry into force: 2015-06-23 | GEO-2015-R-104543

    Chapter I - General Provisions
    Chapter II - Persons Who May Obtain Visas
    Chapter III - Visa Categories and General Conditions for Visa Issuance
    Chapter IV - Visa Issuing Authorities and their Powers
    Chapter V - Visa Issuance Procedures
    Chapter VI - Issuance of Visas
    Chapter VII - Issuance of Short-term Electronic Visas by the Ministry
    Chapter VIII - Issuance of Visas in Exceptional Cases
    Chapter IX - Extension of Visas
    Chapter X - Termination of Visas
    Chapter XI - Storage and Availability of Information, and Communication
    Chapter XII - Appeal Procedure
    Chapter XIII - Transitional Provision.

    The Ordinance regulates matters related to the issuance, extension and termination of Georgian visas, and determine the authority of authorised state bodies with respect to these matters, unless otherwise determined by the legislation of Georgia.

  12. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Juvenile Justice Code of Georgia No. 3708-IIS, adopted on 12 June 2015 - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-06-12 | Date of entry into force: 2015-06-24 | GEO-2015-L-104525

    Chapter I - Juvenile Justice Legislation and its Scope
    Chapter II - General Principles of Juvenile Justice
    Chapter III - Persons Administering Juvenile Justice Procedure
    Chapter IV - Minor Witnesses and Minor Victims
    Chapter V - General Rules of Juvenile Justice Procedure
    Chapter VI - Release of Minors from Criminal Liability
    Chapter VII - Arrest of Minors; Investigation and Criminal Prosecution
    Chapter VIII - Hearing juvenile cases in court
    Chapter IX - Pre-trial Preventive Measures
    Chapter X - Objectives and Types of the Sentences, Conditional Sentence
    Chapter XI - Sentencing Minors
    Chapter XII - Execution of Non-custodial Sentences
    Chapter XIII - Conditions of Minors in Detention and Prison Facilities
    Chapter XIV - Preparation of a minor for release; care for, resocialisation and rehabilitation of a minor after serving a conditional or other sentence
    Chapter XV - Transitional Provisions

    Article 45, para. 2 (b) stipulates that minors may be obligated to start working with the assistance of a specialised state agency; Article 69, para. 4 stipulates that house arrest shall be imposed on a minor in a manner that its execution does not obstruct the performance of remunerated work or education; Article 71, para. 1 stipulates that community service shall be imposed on a minor for a period of 40 to 300 hours; Article 71, para. 3 stipulates that community service shall be imposed on a minor in a manner that its execution does not obstruct the performance of a remunerated work; Article 71, para. 4 stipulates that when imposing community service on a minor, it is desirable that the minor is assigned to work at a place where he/she can acquire the experience and skills necessary to become a member of society; Article 85 - Working opportunities of a minor stipulates that 1. An accused or convicted minor may perform remunerated work. 2. An accused or convicted minor shall work after his/her studies, and the combined time of work and education shall not exceed eight hours a day. 3. The administration of a juvenile rehabilitation facility shall promote the performance of remunerated work by minors. Accused or convicted minors may work outside the juvenile rehabilitation facility. 4. An accused or convicted minor may only perform the work that facilitates his/her professional training and employment after release, and that does not impede his/her education. 5. A convicted minor placed in a juvenile rehabilitation facility may not be employed to perform general maintenance duties.

  13. Georgia - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ordinance of the Government of Georgia on Approval of the List of Countries Whose Citizens May Enter Georgia without a Visa No. 255, issued on 5 June 2015. - legislation on-line legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-06-05 | Date of entry into force: 2015-06-08 | GEO-2015-R-104541

    This Ordinance establishes the list of countries, whose citizens may enter and stay in Georgia without a Visa for one full year. These countries are: Commonwealth of Australia, Republic of Austria, Republic of Azerbaijan, Republic of Albania, United States of America, Principality of Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, United Arab Emirates, Argentine Republic, New Zealand, Barbados, Kingdom of Bahrain, Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Republic of Belarus, Kingdom of Belgium, Belize, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Botswana, Federative Republic of Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Republic of Bulgaria, Federal Republic of Germany, Kingdom of Denmark, Territories of the Kingdom of Denmark - Faroe Islands and Greenland, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Overseas territories of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - Bermuda Islands, Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands, Falkland Islands, Turks and Caicos Islands, Gibraltar, Crown Dependencies of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Republic of Ecuador, Kingdom of Spain, Republic of Estonia, Republic of Turkey, Turkmenistan, Japan, Republic of Ireland, Iceland, State of Israel, Italian Republic, Canada, State of Qatar, Republic of Cyprus, Republic of Colombia, Republic of Korea, Republic of Costa Rica, Republic of Latvia, Republic of Lithuania, Lebanese Republic, Principality of Liechtenstein, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Republic of Mauritius, Malaysia, Republic of Malta, United Mexican States, Principality of Monaco, Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, Kingdom of the Netherlands, Territories of the Kingdom of the Netherlands - Aruba and Netherlands Antilles, Kingdom of Norway, Sultanate of Oman, Republic of Panama, Republic of Poland, Portuguese Republic, Romania, Russian Federation, Hellenic Republic, Republic of South Africa, Republic of San Marino, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, French Republic, Territories of the French Republic - French Polynesia and New Caledonia, Seychelles, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Republic of Serbia, Republic of Singapore, Slovak Republic, Republic of Slovenia, Republic of Armenia, Kingdom of Thailand, Republic of Tajikistan, Republic of Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Hungary, Republic of Finland, State of Kuwait, Kyrgyz Republic, Republic of Kazakhstan, Kingdom of Sweden, Swiss Confederation, Czech Republic, Holy See, Republic of Croatia, Republic of Honduras, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
    Citizens of Member States of the European Union may enter Georgia with a travel document, as well as with an identity card issued by a Member State of the European Union. Aliens holding a Laissez-Passer - a travel document issued by the United Nations Organisation or its specialised agencies may enter and stay in Georgia without visa for one full year. In special cases, by decision of the Government of Georgia, aliens (who need visa) may be granted the right to enter and stay in Georgia without visa for one full year in cases defined under the same decision.

  14. Georgia - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ordinance of the Government of Georgia on Approval of the List of Countries, Whose Visa and/or Residence Permit Holders May Enter Georgia without a Visa for an Appropriate Period and under Appropriate Conditions No. 256, issued on 5 June 2015. - legislation on-line legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-06-05 | Date of entry into force: 2015-06-08 | GEO-2015-R-104542

    This Ordinance stipulates the list of countries, whose Visa and/or Residence Permit holders may enter Georgia without a Visa for an appropriate period and under appropriate conditions. These countries are: Commonwealth of Australia, Republic of Austria, United States of America, United Arab Emirates, New Zealand, Kingdom of Bahrain, Kingdom of Belgium, Republic of Bulgaria, Federal Republic of Germany, Kingdom of Denmark, Territories of the Kingdom of Denmark - Faroe Islands and Greenland, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Overseas territories of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - Bermuda Islands, Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands, Falkland Islands, Turks and Caicos Islands, Gibraltar, Crown Dependencies of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man, Kingdom of Spain, Republic of Estonia, Japan, Republic of Ireland, Iceland, State of Israel, Italian Republic, Canada, State of Qatar, Republic of Cyprus, Republic of Korea, Republic of Latvia, Republic of Lithuania, Principality of Liechtenstein, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Republic of Malta, Kingdom of the Netherlands, Territories of the Kingdom of the Netherlands - Aruba and Netherlands Antilles, Kingdom of Norway, Sultanate of Oman, Republic of Poland, Portuguese Republic, Romania, Hellenic Republic, French Republic, Territories of the French Republic - French Polynesia and New Caledonia, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Slovak Republic, Republic of Slovenia, Hungary, Republic of Finland, State of Kuwait, Kingdom of Sweden, Swiss Confederation, Czech Republic, Republic of Croatia.

  15. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Business Ombudsman of Georgia No. 3612-IIS, adopted on 28 May 2015. - legislation on-line legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-05-28 | Date of entry into force: 2015-06-04 | GEO-2015-L-104528

    Article 1 - Scope of the Law
    Article 2 - Legal grounds for the activities of the Business Ombudsman
    Article 3 - Main principles of the activities of the Business Ombudsman
    Article 4 - Appointment of the Business Ombudsman and termination of his/her authority
    Article 5 - Activities incompatible with the position of the Business Ombudsman
    Article 6 - Powers of the Business Ombudsman
    Article 7 - Office and the Deputy of the Business Ombudsman
    Article 8 - Review of an application
    Article 9 - Analysis of the legislation of Georgia
    Article 10 - Practice analysis
    Article 11 - Informational and advisory activities
    Article 12 - Annual report of the Business Ombudsman
    Article 13 - Property and financing of the Business Ombudsman
    Article 14 - Transitional provisions
    Article 15 - Final provisions

    This Law is intended to facilitate protection of rights and legitimate interests related to the performance of entrepreneurial activities of persons in the territory of Georgia. Repeals the Ordinance No.92 of the Government of Georgia of 23 February 2011 on the Powers and Main Principles and Forms of Activities of the Tax Ombudsman.

  16. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Special Penitentiary Service No. 3524-IIS, adopted on 1 May 2015 - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-05-01 | Date of entry into force: 2015-07-01 | GEO-2015-L-104535

    Chapter I - General Provisions
    Chapter II - Objectives of the Service
    Chapter III - Organisation, Management and Control of the Service
    Chapter IV - Procedures for Recruitment and Service
    Chapter V - Special State Ranks
    Chapter VI - Rights and Obligations of Employees and Conditions of the Service
    Chapter VII - Suspension and Termination of Official Relationship with Employees, and Dismissal/Discharge from the Service
    Chapter VIII - Reappointment of an Employee to the Service
    Chapter IX - Legal, Safety and Social Protection Guarantees for Employees
    Chapter X - Transitional and Final Provisions.

    This law defines the organisation and procedural rules and powers of the Special Penitentiary Service of the Ministry of Corrections and Legal Assistance of Georgia within the scope of its powers of enforcement of detention and imprisonment, its rules of recruitment, the status of its employees and the system of their continuing professional education, and legal guarantees and guarantees for security and social protection.

  17. Georgia - - International agreement

    Accord entre l’Agence exécutive “Administration maritime” du Ministère du transport, des technologies de l’information et des communications de la République de Bulgarie et l’Agence pour le transport maritime du Ministère de l’économie et du développement durable de Géorgie sur la reconnaissance mutuelle des brevets des gens de mer, conformément à la Règle I/10 de la Convention internationale sur les normes de formation des gens de mer, de délivrance des brevets et de veille (STCW), telle que modifiée. - Accord (version bulgare)

    Adoption: 2015 | INT-2015-IA-103255

    L’accord a été approuvé par la Bulgarie par la décision n° 596 du Conseil des ministres du 6 août 2015.

  18. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 2697 of 17 October 2014 to Amend and Supplement the Law on Elimination of Domestic Violence, Protection and Support of Victims of Domestic Violence. - Legislation On-Line

    Adoption: 2014-10-17 | Date of entry into force: 2014-11-14 | GEO-2014-L-98931

    In article 3 modifies the definition of the "domestic violence" as the violation of constitutional rights and freedoms of one family member by another family member through neglect and/or physical, psychological, economic, sexual violence or coercion; in article 4 introduce the definition of "neglect" as failure by a parent and/or a legal representative to satisfy physical and psychological needs of a child, restriction of a child's right to basic education, failure to protect a child from danger or to perform the actions necessary to register birth or to use medical and other services, provided the parent and/or the legal representative has appropriate information, possibility and access to the appropriate services; introduce article 91 - Identification of domestic violence cases; in paras 5-7 of article 10 further develop provisions related to protective and restraining orders; introduce article 141 concerning identification of domestic violence against minors (children); modify article 17 - Rights and protection guarantees for victims of domestic violence and introduce article 171 - Raising awareness of domestic violence victims and 172 - A temporary accommodation for victims of domestic violence (a shelter); introduce article 182 - Retention by victims of domestic violence of the right to temporarily use the place of residence; introduce article 191 - Toll-free support line; modify article 20 - Rehabilitation measures for abusers; introduce paras 10-11 to article 21 on the measures related to putting the Law into force.

  19. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 6538-Is of 22 June 2012 to Amend the Law of Georgia on Trade Unions. - Legislation On-line

    Adoption: 2014-06-22 | Date of entry into force: 2012-07-04 | GEO-2014-L-97805

    In para 9 of article 2 decreases the number of persons necessary to establish a trade union from 100 to 50.

  20. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination (No. 2391-II of 2 May 2014). - Legislation On-line Legislation On-line

    Adoption: 2014-05-02 | Date of entry into force: 2014-05-07 | GEO-2014-L-97804

    Article 1 - Purpose of the Law
    Article 2 - Notion and prohibition of discrimination
    Article 3 - Scope of regulation of the Law
    Article 4 - Measures for eliminating discrimination
    Article 5 - Interpretation and scope of the Law
    Article 6 - Monitoring the elimination of discrimination and the process of ensuring equality
    Article 7 - Special report of the Public Defender of Georgia
    Article 8 - Hearing a case by the Public Defender of Georgia
    Article 9 - Decisions by the Public Defender of Georgia
    Article 10 - Application to the court
    Article 11 - Participation of a third party in the proceedings
    Article 12 - Protecting the persons using the procedures defined in this Law
    Article 13 - Entry into force

  21. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Organic Law of Georgia on Georgian Citizenship (No. 2319-IIs of 30 April 2014). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2014-04-30 | GEO-2014-L-99407

  22. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on the Legal Status of Aliens and Stateless Persons (No. 2085 of 5 March 2014). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2014-03-05 | GEO-2014-L-99405

  23. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Internally Displaced Persons - Persecuted from the Occupied Territories of Georgia (No. 1982-IIs of 6 February 2014). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2014-02-06 | GEO-2014-L-99402

  24. Georgia - - International agreement

    Accord entre le Gouvernement de la République française et le Gouvernement de la Géorgie relatif au séjour et à la migration circulaire de professionnels, signé à Paris le 12 novembre 2013. - Accord

    Adoption: 2013-11-12 | INT-2013-IA-108238

    Encourage une migration professionnelle temporaire fondée sur la mobilité et l’incitation à un retour en Géorgie, après l’acquisition de compétences. En sont bénéficiaires:
    - les étudiants géorgiens ayant obtenu un diplôme de niveau master en France ou en Géorgie et souhaitant bénéficier d’une première expérience professionnelle dans la perspective de leur retour en Géorgie;
    - les ressortissants géorgiens présentant un contrat de travail leur permettant d’exercer en France l’un des 50 métiers énumérés dans l’accord (plafond de 500 visas par an) ainsi que;
    - les jeunes professionnels français et géorgiens, âgés de 18 à 35 ans, dont la France et la Géorgie s’engagent à développer les échanges et qui souhaitent améliorer leurs perspectives de carrière par une expérience de travail salarié en Géorgie ou en France (plafond de 150 visas par an).

    Ces trois catégories de bénéficiaires sont autorisées à séjourner et travailler sur le territoire de l’autre État pour une durée pouvant aller jusqu’à 12 mois, avec des prolongations possibles selon les conditions de l’accord. A été approuvé par la France par la loi n° 2018-1068, publiée au Journal officiel du 4 décembre 2018.

  25. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Organic Law No. 729-IIs of 12 June 2013 to Amend the Labour Code of Georgia. - Legislation On-line

    Adoption: 2013-06-12 | Date of entry into force: 2013-07-04 | GEO-2013-L-97806

    Overall the Law aims at improving an employee's status; provides for special protective legal provisions for an employee in para 3 of article 1, para 10 of article 6, para 4 of article 13 (a labour agreement may not establish norms different from those provided for by this Law that can worsen employee's condition); widens material scope of the pre-existing anti-discriminatory clause enshrined in para 3 of article 2 adding general prohibition of discrimination in pre-contractual relations; further develops personal scope of labour relations in para 1 of article 3 adding "employers association" as a recognized subject; in para 1 of article 3 refers to the ILO Conventions No 87 and No 98 in regards to the employees association; rephrases para 6 of article 5 explicitly requiring an employer to provide an employee with the contract details; in para 1 of article 6 defines terms of oral, written (more than 3 months), fixed-term and open-ended labour agreements (more than 30 months); further sophisticates essentials of any labour agreement in para 9 of article 6; in para 2 of article 9 imposes obligation to an employer to pay to an employee during the trial period; obliges an employer to communicate internal labour regulations to an employee in para 1 of article 13; in para 1 of article 14 decreases working time from 41 to 40 hours a week for general services and introduces 48 hours working week provision for special services; provides for 36 hours working week for minors from 16 to 18 years of age in para 3 of article 14 and 24 hours working week for minors from 14 to 16 years of age in para 4 of article 14; in para 2 of article 17 introduces obligation to get the minor's consent to work overtime; in para 4 of article 17 explicitly stipulates an employer's obligation to compensate overtime work by increased amount of hourly pay rate; in para 4 of article 21 introduces employer's obligation to compensate any unused leave of absence should the labour agreement be terminated before the expiration date; in article 261 introduces right to 10 calendar days annually of extra leave of absence for employees working under harsh, harmful, or hazardous labour conditions; in article 27 raises maternity and child care leaves to 730 calendar days stating that 183 days of absence shall normally be paid and 200 days shall be paid in case of pregnancy complication or multiple births; in article 28 raises newborn (an infant under 12 months) adoption leaves of absence from 365 to 550 days stating that 90 days shall be paid instead of 70; in article 37 modifies the preexisting regulation concerning termination of labour agreements and defines precise list of grounds for termination as well as obliges an employer to explain the exact ground of agreement termination; in para 1 of article 38 modifies terms of termination of labour agreements and confers additional rights to an employee; in article 381 introduces a notion of "massive layoffs" (at least 100 employees within 15 calendar days) and obliges an employer to notify about such a decision in writing the Ministry for Labour, Health, and Social Affairs of Georgia; in articles 401, 402, and 403 explicitly grants and regulates freedom of association for employers and employees; in article 48 specifies provisions concerning individual disputes and introduces article 481 which specifies provisions in regards of collective disputes; abolishes 90 days limit for a strike in para 7 of article 49; in articles 521, 522, 523, 524 establishes a new body - Tripartite Social Partnership Commission (the Government of Georgia, employers associations and employees associations) as a consultative body for the Prime Minister in order to facilitate development of social partnership and social dialogue at all levels in the country between employees, employers and the Government of Georgia and to draft proposals and recommendations on different issues in labour and other concomitant relations.

  26. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Nuclear and Radiation Safety Law of Georgia (No. 5912 of 20 March of 2013). - Legislation On-line Legislation On-line

    Adoption: 2012-03-20 | Date of entry into force: 2012-03-23 | Date of gradual entry into force: 2012-05-01 | GEO-2012-L-94748

    Governs legal relations between public authorities and natural and legal persons performing activities related to nuclear and radioactive materials and other sources of ionizing radiation as well as other measures to protect against nuclear materials and other sources of ionizing radiation.
    Repeals the previous Law on Nuclear and Radiation Safety (Legislative Herald of Georgia No 5, 1998, Art. 40).

  27. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law on Personal Data Protection (No. 5669 of 28 December 2011). - Legislation On-line in Georgian Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2011-12-28 | Date of entry into force: 2012-04-01 | Date of gradual entry into force: 2016-01-01 | Date of gradual entry into force: 2013-01-01 | GEO-2011-L-90399

    Guarantees, inter alia, basic rights of individuals for their personal data protection, sets up data processing rules, and defines the procedure of personal data exchange between States and international organizations.

  28. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 5595 of 23 December 2011 on Education and Certification of Seafarers. - Legislation On-line in Georgian

    Adoption: 2011-12-23 | Date of entry into force: 2011-12-23 | Date of gradual entry into force: 2012-02-01 | GEO-2011-L-90401

    Regulates, inter alia, the question of vocational training, education, certification of seafarers in Georgia.

    Repeals the previous Law on the Certification of Seafarers of September 26, 2000 (Official Gazette, No. 36, 2000).

  29. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Civil Status Acts (No. 5562 of 20 December 2011). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2011-12-20 | GEO-2011-L-99408

  30. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law on Special Vocational Education (No. 5366-II of 6 December 2011). - Legislation On-line in Georgian Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2011-12-06 | Date of entry into force: 2011-12-06 | GEO-2011-L-90398

    Chapter I: General Provisions
    Chapter II: Special Rules for Professional and Vocational Education Programs
    Chapter III: Special Vocational Educational Institutions

  31. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law on Refugee and Humanitarian Status (No. 5370-II of 6 December 2011). - Legislation On-line in Georgian Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2011-12-06 | GEO-2011-L-90400

    Chapter I: General Provisions
    Chapter II: Refugee or Humanitarian Status
    Chapter III: Procedure of Obtaining Refugee or Humanitarian Status
    Chapter IV: Suspension or Revocation of Refugee or Humanitarian Status
    Chapter V: Rights and Duties of Asylum Seeker, Refugee and Person Having Humanitarian Status.
    Chapter VI: Governments Competences, Duties and International Cooperation
    Chapter VII: Responsibility for Violation of this Law
    Chapter VIII: Transitional and Final Provisions

    Repeals the previous Law on Refugees of 18 February 1998 (Official Gazette No. 11-12, 14.03.1998, p. 39)

    Implements the 1951 UN Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees and its 1967 Protocol.

  32. Georgia - - International agreement

    Progran of cooperation between the Republic of Poland and the Government of Georgia in the field of Science, Culture, Youth and Sports for the years 2011-2013 (Text. No. 1178). (Program Wspólpracy z dnia 26 lipca 2011 r. miedzy Rzadem Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej a Rzadem Gruzji w dziedzinie nauki, edukacji, kultury oraz mlodziezy i sportu na lata 2011-2013) - Act on-line

    Adoption: 2011-07-26 | Date of entry into force: 2011-07-26 | Date of end of application: 2014-12-31 | INT-2011-IA-89776

    Part I. Science and Education
    Part II. Exchange of persons
    Part III. Culture and art
    Part IV. Youth and Sport

  33. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Labour Code of Georgia (Law No. 4113 of 17 December 2010). - Laws On-line in Georgian Legilsation On-line in Russian Legislation on-line in English

    Adoption: 2010-12-17 | GEO-2010-L-88313

    Part I: General Provisions
    Part II: Individual Labour Relations
    Part III: Collective Labour Agreement
    Part IV: Liability and Disputes
    Part IV (I):Tripartite Social Partnership Commission
    Part V: Transitional and Final Provisions

  34. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 4059 of 15 December 2010 on Tobacco Control. (თამბაქოს კონტროლის შესახებ, 2010-12-15) - Laws On-line in Georgian

    Adoption: 2010-12-15 | Date of entry into force: 2010-12-15 | GEO-2010-L-88316

    Sets up basic principles, conditions and criteria for tobacco control and mortality reduction in Georgia.

  35. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 3591 of 12 November 2010 to Amend and Supplement Several Legal Acts. - Legislation On-line in Georgian

    Adoption: 2010-11-12 | GEO-2010-L-90395

    Makes amendments to a large number of different laws. Amends, inter alia, Law on Trade Union (Official Gazette N15-16, of 26 April 1997) introducing minor changes to article 2 on rights to form Trade Unions, associations of Trade Unions.

    Also amends, inter alia, the following:
    - Civil Code (N31, 24 July, 1997)
    - Road Traffic Safety Law (N22 (29), 1999)
    - Code of Civil Procedure (N47-48, 31 December 1997)
    - State Law (N198 (2898), 5 August 1998)
    - Railway Law (N4, 22 January 2003, Art. 25)
    - State Customs Law (N19-20, 30 May 1998, p. Of 37)
    - Public Health Law (N26, 11.07.2007, Art. 244)
    - The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Law (N33, 10.11.2001, Art. 132)
    - The Budgetary Law (N47, 28.12.2009, Art. 361)
    - The License and Permission Fees Law (N26, 5.09.2003, Art. 195)
    - Free Industrial Zones Law (N28, 18.07.2007)
    - Ministry of Finance's Investigative Service Law (N32, 06.11.2009, Art. 191)
    - Law on the Maritime Zone of Georgia (N2 (9), 1999)
    - The Criminal Code (N41 (48), 1999)
    - State Owned Assets Law (N48, 09.08.2010)
    - Law on the Police (N9, 1993)
    - The Administrative Procedure Code (N39 (46), 1999)

  36. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 2911 of 8 April 2010 on Controlling Technical Hazards. (ტექნიკური საფრთხის კონტროლის შესახებ, 2010-04-08) - Laws On-line in Georgian

    Adoption: 2010-04-04 | Date of entry into force: 2010-04-04 | GEO-2010-L-88315

    Aims, inter alia, at reducing technical and technological risks posed to environment and human health at hazardous industrial installations.

  37. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law on Gender Equality (No. 2844 of 26 March 2010). (გენდერული თანასწორობის შესახებ, 2010-03-26) - Laws On-line in Georgian Laws On-line in English Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2010-03-10 | Date of entry into force: 2010-03-10 | GEO-2010-L-88314

    Aims at ensuring for equal rights for men and women and gives State guarantees for equal right for men and women in politics, economy and social life. Article 6 specifically regulates the question of gender equality in labour relations.

  38. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 2508-rs of 28 December 2009 to amend the Labour Code of Georgia. (საქართველოს შრომის კოდექსში დამატების შეტანის შესახებ) - Parliament's website

    Adoption: 2009-12-28 | Date of entry into force: 2010-04-01 | GEO-2009-L-85496

    Adds para "e1" to article 36 (Right to a Safe and Healthy Working Environment) of the Labour Code that reads as follows:
    "e1) placement of a victim of domestic violence in a shelter and/or crisis centre when he/she cannot perform his/her job for a period not exceeding 30 calendar days in a year."

  39. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 2509 of 28 December 2009 to amend the Law on Public Service. (საჯარო სამსახურის შესახებ საქართველოს კანონში ცვლილებისა და დამატების შეტანის თაობაზე) - Council of Europe home page

    Adoption: 2009-12-28 | Date of entry into force: 2010-04-01 | GEO-2009-L-85498

    Amends para 2 of article 88 and supplements sub-para "f1" to article 89 of the previous law which reads as follows:
    Para 2 of article 88:
    "2. When employment relations have been suspended, the public servant receives the salary, bonuses or other kind of compensation according to the rules prescribed by legislation, except in the cases of military service, described in sub-section "f" of Article 89, or in the cases when a victim of domestic violence has been placed in a shelter or crisis center, as described in sub-paragraph f1 of Article 89."
    sub-paragraph "f1" to Article 89:
    "f1) When a victim of domestic violence has been placed in a shelter or crisis center and cannot perform his/her job for a period not exceeding 30 calendar days per year. Herewith, the responsibility of informing the employer of the victim rests with the service provider organization."

  40. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 2381-IIs of 18 December 2009 on Adoption and Tutorship Upbringing. (შვილად აყვანისა და მინდობით აღზრდის შესახებ) - Laws on-line in Georgian

    Adoption: 2009-12-18 | Date of entry into force: 2010-01-01 | GEO-2009-L-85367

    Part I: General Provisions
    Part II: Respecting the Procedure of Adoption and Tutorship by Competent Bodies and the Competencies of these Bodies
    Part III: Procedure for Adoption
    Part IV: Procedure for Tutorship
    Part V: Transitional and Final Provisions

  41. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 2257-IIs of 4 December 2009 on General Courts. (საერთო სასამართლოების შესახებ) - Laws on-line in Georgian

    Adoption: 2009-12-04 | Date of entry into force: 2009-12-04 | GEO-2009-L-85364

    Chapter I: General Provisions
    Chapter II: the High Court
    Chapter III: Court of Appeal
    Chapter IV: Regional (City) Courts
    Chapter V: Nomination (Election) and Promotion of Judges
    Chapter VI: Dismissal of the Judge, Responsibility of the Judge
    Chapter VII: High Council of Justice of Georgia
    Chapter VIII: Department of Courts of General Instance
    Chapter IX: Organizational Guarantees of Activities of the Court
    Chapter X: Protection of the Court.
    Chapter XI : Conference of Judges of Georgia
    Chapter XII: Funding of Courts of General Instance: Guarantees for Social and Legal Protection of Judges
    Chapter XIII: Place of the High Court; Symbols of Judicial Power
    Chapter XIV: Transitional Provisions
    Chapter XV: Final Provisions

    Repeals the previous laws on General Courts of 13 June 1997; on High Courts of 12 May 1999; on Guarantees for Social and Legal Protection of Judges of High Courts of 25 June 1996; and on Social and Legal Protection of Judges of 3 December 2002.

  42. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law on Official Statistics (No. 2291-rs of 11 December 2009). (ოფიციალური სტატისტიკის შესახებ) - Law on-line in Georgian Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2009-12-01 | Date of entry into force: 2009-12-11 | GEO-2009-L-85365

    Part I: General Provisions
    Part II: Geostat: Competences, Structure and Financing
    Part III: Council of Geostat
    Part IV: Other Bodies Providing Official Statistics
    Part V: Population Census
    Part VI: Gathering of Statistical Data, its Analysis and Keeping. Ensuring their Confidentiality

    Repeals the previous law on Statistics of 1997 and the Law on Census of 2001.

  43. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law on HIV/AIDS (No. 2042-IIs of 17 November 2009). (აივ ინფექცია/შიდსის შესახებ) - Law on-line in Georgian Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2009-11-17 | Date of entry into force: 2009-11-17 | GEO-2009-L-85366

    Provides, inter alia, for public guarantees for physical persons and aims at facilitating the implementation of international obligations taken by Georgia. Replaces the previous Law of 21 March 1995 on Prevention of HIV/AIDS.

  44. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 1876-IIs of 22 October 2009 on Normative Acts. - Law on-line in Georgian

    Adoption: 2009-10-22 | Date of entry into force: 2009-12-07 | GEO-2009-L-84070

    Defines the types of Normative Acts, the hierarchy between different legal acts, their relation to the Constitution and international treaties.

  45. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Criminal Procedure Code of Georgia (No. 1772 of 9 October 2009). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2009-10-09 | GEO-2009-L-99406

  46. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No 1280-Is of 19 June 2009 on Arbitration. (არბიტრაჟის შესახებ) - Law on-line in Georgian

    Adoption: 2009-06-19 | Date of entry into force: 2010-01-01 | GEO-2009-L-85363

    Part I: General Provisions
    Part II: Arbitration Agreement
    Part III: Composition of Arbitration
    Part IV: Competency of Arbitration
    Part V: Arbitration Examination
    Part VI: Deliberation of Arbitration Decisions and Cancellation of the Examination of the Case
    Part VII: Appeal of Arbitration Decision and its Cancellation
    Part VIII: Notification of Arbitration Decisions and its Expiration
    Part IX: Transitional Provisions
    Part X: Final Provisions

    Replaces the previous Law on Private Arbitration of 17 April 1997

  47. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 884 of 26 December 2008 to amend the previous Law on Social Allowances. ("სოციალური დახმარების შესახებ" საქართველოს კანონში ცვლილებებისა და დამატებების შეტანის თაობაზე)

    Adoption: 2008-12-26 | Date of entry into force: 2008-01-01 | GEO-2008-L-81333

    Regulates, inter alia, questions related to social protection of certain categories of workers in the education sector.

  48. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 805 of 19 December 2008 Repealing the Law on Emigration of 1993. ("ემიგრაციის შესახებ" საქართველოს კანონის ძალადაკარგულად ცნობის თაობაზე)

    Adoption: 2008-12-19 | Date of entry into force: 2009-02-01 | GEO-2008-L-81270

    Repeals the previous Law on Emigration adopted on 20 July 1993.

  49. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 802 of 19 December 2008 to amend the previous Law on Citizenship. ("საქართველოს მოქალაქეობის შესახებ" საქართველოს ორგანულ კანონში ცვლილებების შეტანის თაობაზე)

    Adoption: 2008-12-19 | Date of entry into force: 2009-02-01 | GEO-2008-L-81336

    Amends provisions concerning the requirements to obtain Georgian citizenship. The applicant must have: resided five years or more in Georgia; have a basic knowledge of Georgian and the history of Georgia; and have an employment or property in Georgia.

  50. Georgia - - Law, Act

    Law No. 431 of 23 October 2008 on Occupied Territories.

    Adoption: 2008-10-23 | Date of entry into force: 2008-10-23 | GEO-2008-L-81268

    Gives legal definition to the status of territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia occurred after the August 2008 War. Establishes a special legal regime on these territories.

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