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The Ministry of Justice is the leading State administrative institution in the sectors of justice (legal system policy, judiciary system and court administration), as well as in other fields of the State policy referred to in these Regulations.
Correcting and supplementing an entry in the register of civil status documents in Latvia is regulated by Law On Registration of Civil Status Documents and Cabinet of Ministers 03.09.2019. regulation No.761 “Regulations on Registers of Civil Status Documents” Chapter IX.
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Bordāns: Audit of the State Audit Office promises conclusions of great value
On Wednesday, 26 August, the Deputy Prime Minister, the Minister of Justice Jānis Bordāns met with the Auditor General Elita Krūmiņa, in order to discuss the audit implemented by the State Audit…
The Minister of Justice Jānis Bordāns will visit Daugavpils Court
On Friday, 21 August, the Minister of Justice Jānis Bordāns will visit Daugavpils in order to meet with Jānis Šauša, the Chairman of the Court, and to discuss the possibilities to improve…
Latvian authorities will ensure faster and more effective protection of the nationals of Latvia abroad
On Wednesday, 19 August, the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Office of the Prosecutor General and the State Police signed the memorandum about the cooperation for protection…
Government supports the need for long-term operation of SLLC “Latvijas Vēstnesis”
On Tuesday, August 18, the Cabinet of Ministers reviewed the informative report "On the Execution of Official Publication and Legal Information Provision Functions". The informative report determines…
Ministry of Finance does not support the report prepared by the Ministry of Finance on the directions of tax policy development
On Friday, August 14, the Ministry of Justice issued a negative opinion on the draft report prepared by the Ministry of Finance in connection with the development of tax policy, as it does not…
CPC provides funding for more effective fight against financial and economic crime
On Thursday, August 13, the meeting of the Crime Prevention Council supported the necessary measures to combat financial and economic crime more effectively. On behalf of the Prime Minister, the…
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