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The Republic of Belarus (Sanctions) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 General

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation

    3. 3.Application of prohibitions and requirements outside the United Kingdom

    4. 4.Purposes

  3. PART 2 Designation of persons

    1. 5.Power to designate persons

    2. 6.Designation criteria

    3. 7.Meaning of “owned or controlled directly or indirectly”

    4. 8.Notification and publicity where designation power used

    5. 9.Confidential information in certain cases where designation power used

  4. PART 3 Finance

    1. 10.Meaning of “designated person” in Part 3

    2. 11.Asset-freeze in relation to designated persons

    3. 12.Making funds available to designated persons

    4. 13.Making funds available for benefit of designated persons

    5. 14.Making economic resources available to designated persons

    6. 15.Making economic resources available for benefit of designated persons

    7. 16.Circumventing etc prohibitions

  5. PART 4 Immigration

    1. 17.Immigration

  6. PART 5 Trade

    1. CHAPTER 1 Interpretation

      1. 18.Definition of “restricted goods” and “restricted technology”

      2. 19.Definitions relating to “restricted goods” and “restricted technology”

      3. 20.Interpretation of other expressions used in this Part

    2. CHAPTER 2 Restricted goods and restricted technology

      1. 21.Export of restricted goods

      2. 22.Supply and delivery of restricted goods

      3. 23.Making restricted goods and restricted technology available

      4. 24.Transfer of restricted technology

      5. 25.Technical assistance relating to restricted goods and restricted technology

      6. 26.Financial services and funds relating to restricted goods and restricted technology

      7. 27.Brokering services: non-UK activity relating to restricted goods and restricted technology

    3. CHAPTER 3 Further provision

      1. 28.Circumventing etc prohibitions

      2. 29.Defences

  7. PART 6 Exceptions and licences

    1. 30.Finance: exceptions from prohibitions

    2. 30A.Exception for authorised conduct in a relevant country

    3. 31.Exception for acts done for purposes of national security or prevention of serious crime

    4. 32.Treasury licences

    5. 33.Trade licences

    6. 34.Licences: general provisions

    7. 35.Finance: licensing offences

    8. 36.Trade: licensing offences

    9. 37.Section 8B(1) to (3) of Immigration Act 1971: directions

  8. PART 7 Information and records

    1. 38.Finance: reporting obligations

    2. 39.“Relevant firm”

    3. 40.Finance: powers to request information

    4. 41.Finance: production of documents

    5. 42.Finance: information offences

    6. 43.Trade: application of information powers in CEMA

    7. 44.General trade licences: records

    8. 45.General trade licences: inspection of records

    9. 46.Disclosure of information

    10. 47.Part 7: supplementary

  9. PART 8 Enforcement

    1. 48.Penalties for offences

    2. 49.Liability of officers of bodies corporate etc

    3. 50.Jurisdiction to try offences

    4. 51.Procedure for offences by unincorporated bodies

    5. 52.Time limit for proceedings for summary offences

    6. 53.Trade enforcement: application of CEMA

    7. 54.Trade offences in CEMA: modification of penalty

    8. 55.Application of Chapter 1 of Part 2 of Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005

    9. 56.Monetary penalties

  10. PART 9 Maritime enforcement

    1. 57.Exercise of maritime enforcement powers

    2. 58.Maritime enforcement officers

    3. 59.Power to stop, board, search etc

    4. 60.Seizure power

    5. 61.Restrictions on exercise of maritime enforcement powers

    6. 62.Interpretation of Part 9

  11. PART 10 Supplementary and final provision

    1. 63.Notices

    2. 64.Article 20 of the Export Control Order 2008

    3. 65.Trade: overlapping offences

    4. 66.Revocation of the Belarus Council Regulation

    5. 67.Other revocations and amendments

    6. 68.Transitional provision: Treasury licences

    7. 69.Transitional provision: trade licences

    8. 70.Transitional provision: pending applications for trade licences

    9. 71.Transitional provisions: prior obligations

  12. Signature

  13. SCHEDULES

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Rules for interpretation of regulation 7(2)

      1. 1.Application of Schedule

      2. 2.Joint interests

      3. 3.Joint arrangements

      4. 4.Calculating shareholdings

      5. 5.Voting rights

      6. 6.In applying regulation 7(2) and this Schedule, the voting rights...

      7. 7.Rights to appoint or remove members of the board

      8. 8.A reference to a board of directors, in the case...

      9. 9.Shares or rights held “indirectly”

      10. 10.Shares held by nominees

      11. 11.Rights treated as held by person who controls their exercise

      12. 12.“Arrangement” includes— (a) any scheme, agreement or understanding, whether or...

      13. 13.Rights exercisable only in certain circumstances etc

      14. 14.Rights attached to shares held by way of security

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      List of internal repression goods and internal repression technology

      1. 1.Firearms and related goods

      2. 2.Simulators for training persons to use firearms.

      3. 3.Bombs and grenades.

      4. 4.Vehicles

      5. 5.Explosive substances and related goods

      6. 6.Linear cutting explosive charges.

      7. 7.The following explosives and related substances— (a) amatol;

      8. 8.Other goods

      9. 9.Night vision equipment.

      10. 10.Thermal imaging equipment.

      11. 11.Image intensifier tubes.

      12. 12.Razor barbed wire.

      13. 13.The following types of knives— (a) knives that are designed...

      14. 14.Production equipment

      15. 15.Software and technology

      16. 16.Any technology which is specially designed for the development, production...

      17. 17.Interpretation

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Treasury licences: purposes

      1. 1.Interpretation

      2. 2.Basic needs

      3. 3.Legal services

      4. 4.Maintenance of frozen funds and economic resources

      5. 5.Extraordinary expenses

      6. 6.Pre-existing judicial decisions etc

      7. 7.Diplomatic missions

      8. 8.Extraordinary situation

      9. 9.Prior obligations

  14. Explanatory Note

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