Upon suspension of the term and upon determination of a new term, the court shall take into account the general term of community service prescribed for the respective offence. In the case of enforcement of detention or imprisonment, the sentence shall be deemed to be served to the extent of the community service performed by the offender, whereas one hour of community service corresponds to one day of detention or imprisonment. A court may suspend the running of the term due to an illness or family situation of the offender or for a period during which the offender is in compulsory military service, alternative service or reserve service. Substitution of fine to extent of assets by imprisonment 1 If an offender fails to pay the amount of the fine imposed on him or her to the extent of his or her assets, the court shall substitute the fine by imprisonment. In the case of other undertakings of other Contracting States the economic administrative authority may request from the undertaking the information necessary to prove exemption from the authorisation obligation in accordance with subsection 19 6. Fifty minimum daily rates of a fine to the extent of assets correspond to one day of imprisonment.
Active remorse A court may apply the provisions of § 60 or release a person from the punishment if the act committed comprises the necessary elements of a completed offence but the person voluntarily abandons further commission of the act or eliminates the risk in any other manner. Imposition of less onerous punishment than minimum term or rate 1 Taking into consideration special circumstances, a court or a body conducting extra-judicial proceedings may impose a less onerous punishment than the minimum term or rate provided by law.
Imposition of principal and supplementary punishments One principal punishment and one or several supplementary punishments may be imposed for one offence. Imposition of principal punishment for several offences 1 If a person commits an act which comprises the necessary elements of Juudi valu offences, one punishment shall be imposed on the person on the basis of the provision of law which prescribes the most onerous punishment.
Imposition of aggregate punishment 1 In the case of principal punishments of the same type, the aggregate punishment shall be imposed by increasing the most onerous of the individual punishments imposed or by considering a lesser punishment to be imposed by imposition of the most onerous one.
Subsequent imposition of aggregate punishment 1 If, after the pronouncement of a Aclaus valu alkohoolses, it is ascertained that the offender has committed another criminal offence prior to the pronouncement of the conviction, an aggregate punishment shall be imposed pursuant to the procedure provided for in § 64 of this Code.
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Punishment served in part or in full pursuant to the previous conviction shall be deducted from the aggregate punishment. In such case, the aggregate punishment shall not exceed the maximum term of the given type of punishment.
If any of the punishments constituting the set is unserved actual imprisonment, actual imprisonment shall be imposed as the aggregate punishment. Serving of sentence in parts 1 If a court imposes a pecuniary punishment, detention, or imprisonment for a term of up to six months, the court, taking into consideration the situation of the family and the professional activities of the offender and his or her state of health, may order the pecuniary punishment to be paid in instalments or the punishment to be borne in parts.
The court shall determine the duration of the imprisonment or detention to be borne consecutively, or the amounts of the instalments of the pecuniary punishment.
The duration of imprisonment or detention to be borne consecutively shall be at least two days. Calculation of terms of punishment 1 A term of imprisonment shall be calculated in years, months and days.
One day of detention corresponds to twenty-four hours. Consideration of provisional custody and detention 1 Provisional custody, including the time spent in provisional arrest and arrest for surrender, shall be included in the term of a punishment.
One day of provisional custody corresponds to one day of imprisonment or three daily rates of a pecuniary punishment. Twenty-four hours of custody correspond to one day of detention or to ten fine units.
Community service 1 If a court imposes detention or imprisonment for a term of up to two years or enforces a conditional prison sentence imposed pursuant to the procedure provided for in §§ 73 or 74 of this Code, the court may substitute it by community service. One day of detention or imprisonment corresponds to one hour of community service which minimum duration is five hours.
Detention or imprisonment shall be substituted by community service only with the consent of the offender. If an offender performs community service during the time free from his or her other work or studies, the duration of community service shall not exceed four hours a day.
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- Liigeste ravi kondroprotektorite
- Hurt pahkluu liigeste
- Prohibition to repeatedly consider mitigating or aggravating circumstances The mitigating or aggravating circumstances provided for in §§ 57 and 58 of this Code shall not be considered in imposition of a punishment if they are described by law as the necessary elements of an offence.
- General Part of the Economic Activities Code Act – Riigi Teataja
- An activity licence issued to an undertaking in foundation becomes effective upon the acquisition of passive legal capacity thereby at the earliest.
- Penal Code – Riigi Teataja
The principle of entry into into force of an activity licence by default is not applied in the case when an activity licence must be granted with secondary conditions. Territorial and personal extent of subject of regulation of activity licences 1 An activity licence is valid across the whole territory of Estonia unless the activity licence is designated for activities within a specific licensed territory or place.
The extent of the subject of regulation of activity licences outside the territory of Estonia is determined by international agreements.
General Part of the Economic Activities Code Act
Activity licences of Contracting States and third countries 1 An economic administrative authority exempts a service provider of another Contracting State and in the cases provided by law an undertaking of another Contracting State, including its subsidiaries, who wishes to commence economic activities Aclaus valu alkohoolses to an authorisation obligation in Estonia from the authorisation obligation in Estonia if the specified service provider or undertaking has been granted an activity licence for operation in the respective area of activity in another Contracting State hereinafter activity licence of Contracting Statewhich by its subject of review predominantly corresponds to the activity licence of Estonia and which validity has not Solvestab haige ilma liikumiseta confined to a territory or place of business situated outside Estonia.
The economic administrative authority adjudicates the application for exemption from the authorisation obligation and responds to the undertaking of another Contracting State within the time limit for adjudication of applications for activity licences prescribed in this Act. The economic administrative authority may refuse to exempt from the authorisation obligation if the existence of the basis for exemption cannot be verified with reasonable efforts within the prescribed time limit.
In the case of other undertakings of other Contracting States the economic administrative authority may request from the undertaking the information necessary to prove exemption from the authorisation obligation in accordance with subsection 19 6. A service provider exempted on the basis of subsection 5 of this section may be required to apply for an activity licence Aclaus valu alkohoolses if it is justified by the protection of public order, public security, public health or the protection of the environment and it is in compliance with Article 16 1 of the Services Directive.
Limitation of number of activity licences 1 In the cases provided by law an economic administrative authority may limit the number of undertakings to which it issues an activity licence if this is justified by: 1 the scarcity of technical or natural resources; 2 an overriding reason relating to the public interest.
For this purpose the economic administrative authority makes public at Aclaus valu alkohoolses the information provided for in subsection 19 5 of this Act. Term of activity licence 1 An economic administrative authority grants an activity licence for an unspecified term, unless the limitation of the term of validity is prescribed by law due to an overriding reason relating to the public interest or it is applied for by the undertaking itself.
The term may not be automatically extendable without inspecting the economic activity requirements and without considering the applications for activity licences by other undertakings; neither can other advantages over other applicants be given to an undertaking, whose term of activity licence is about to end or has just ended or to persons related to the specified undertaking.
Combining of authorisation procedures 1 If an undertaking submits applications for obtaining activity licences in several areas of activity at the same time and one economic administrative authority is competent to adjudicate the submitted applications for activity licences, the economic administrative authority decides with the consent of the undertaking that the activity licence issued to the undertaking includes all the activity licences required for the commencement of activities to the extent specified therein, combining for this purpose the subjects of review of the activity licences applied for by the undertaking and the activity licence application procedures.