Earnest in Rent Contracts

Proclamation 107/2000 Proclamation to Regulation Rent and Payment of Earnest in House Leasing Contracts

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Eritrean Port Regulations

THE ERITREAN PORT REGULATIONS, LEGAL NOTICE 46/2000 Article 1. Short Title These Regulations may be cited as “The Eritrean Port Regulations, Legal Notice No. 46/2000”. Article 2. Repeal All Sea Port Regulations and directives heretofore in force in the Eritrean Ports concerning matters provided for in these Regulations are hereby repealed and replaced.

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Customs Proclamation

THE CUSTOMS PROCLAMATION, PROCLAMATION 112/2000 Article 1. Short citation This Proclamation may be cited as "the Customs Proclamation No. 112/2000."

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UN Peacekeeping Mission

A PROCLAMATION TO ESTABLISH A COMMISSION FOR COORDINATION WITH THE UNITED NATIONS PEACEKEEPING MISSION, PROCLAMATION 110/2000 Article 1. Short Title This Proclamation may be cited as “A Proclamation to Establish a Commission for Coordination with the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission 110/200.”

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Addendum to Standards Mark and Fees Regulations

FIRST ADDENDUM TO THE (LEGAL NOTICE No. 34/1997) STANDARDS MARK AND FEES REGULATIONS, LEGAL NOTICE 48/2000

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Addendum to Eritrean Standards

FIRST ADDENDUM (LEGAL NOTICE No. 33/1997) REGULATIONS TO DECLARE ERITREAN STANDARDS, LEGAL NOTICE 47/2000

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Petroleum Operations Regulations

THE REVISED REGULATIONS ON PETROLEUM OPERATIONS, LEGAL NOTICE 45/2000 Article 1. Short Title These Regulations may be cited as "the Revised Regulations on Petroleum Operations, Legal Notice No. 45/2000”. Article 2. Interpretation In these Regulations unless the context otherwise requires: • "Commercial Discovery" means a Discovery that can be produced commercially after consideration of all pertinent operating and financial data collected during the performance of the appraisal work program and otherwise, including but not limited to Crude Oil or Natural Gas recoverable reserves, sustainable production levels and other relevant technical and economic factors, according to generally accepted international petroleum industry practices.

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Foreign Exchange and Gold Regulation

LEGAL NOTICE, 44/2000 REGULATIONS IN RESPECT TO FOREIGN EXCHANGE TRANSACTIONS AND GOLD Article l. Short Title These Regulations may be cited as "Regulations In Respect to Foreign Exchange Transactions and Gold, Legal Notice No. 44/2000". Article 2. Definitions (1) In these Regulations "Temporary Visitor" means any person who is not employed by any employer in Eritrea and who does not stay in Eritrea for more than one hundred and eighty-three (183) days in the aggregate in any one year. (2) ThedefinitionsgiventothewordsinArticle2oftheBankofEritreaProclamation (Proclamation No. 93/1997) shall also apply to these regulations.

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Eritrean Port Regulations

LEGAL NOTICE No. 46/2000 THE ERITREAN PORT REGULATIONS Article 1. Short Title These Regulations may be cited as “The Eritrean Port Regulations, Legal Notice No. 46/2000”. Article 2. Repeal All Sea Port Regulations and directives heretofore in force in the Eritrean Ports concerning matters provided for in these Regulations are hereby repealed and replaced.

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Customs Proclamation

PROCLAMATION No. 112/2000 THE CUSTOMS PROCLAMATION Article 1. Short Citation This Proclamation may be cited as "the Customs Proclamation No. 112/2000." Article 2. Scope of Application and Entry into Force 1. The provisions of this Proclamation supersede any provisions of the Customs, Import and Export Taxes 14/7 (1995) p. 145 and any amendments thereof, the Transitional Penal Code of Eritrea Proclamation No. 4 of 1991 and any amendments thereof, and any other Proclamations or regulations of the State of Eritrea relating to Customs import and export taxes and duties.

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