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Order APA/349/2020, of April 15, extending the authorizations for projects concerning the use of animals for scientific purposes granted under Royal Decree 53/2013, of February 1, establishing the basic rules applicable for the protection of animals used in experimentation and other scientific purposes, including teaching.
Please note that this Order applies until 120 days after the end of the state of alarm, declared by Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, which ended at 00:00 hours on June 21, 2020, so it should be understood that this rule has lost its validity.
Law 32/2007, of November 7, for the care of animals, in their exploitation, transport, experimentation and sacrifice establishes, in its article 7, that the procedures and projects where animals are used for experimentation and other scientific purposes, including teaching, must be regulated, evaluated and authorized in the terms determined in the European Union regulations.
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Order HAC/612/2021, of June 16, approving model 179, «Quarterly informative declaration of the transfer of use of housing for tourist purposes» and establishing the conditions and procedure for its presentation.
Specifically, and considering that this is a matter relating to technical regulations and rules relating to information society services, it bases said judgment on the infringement of Article 5. 1 of Directive (EU) 2015/1535 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 September 2015 laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical regulations and of rules on information society services, which provides for «the obligation on Member States to communicate immediately to the Commission any draft technical regulation, except where it is simply a full transposition of an international or European standard, in which case simple information concerning that standard shall suffice; Likewise, the Member States shall send the Commission a notification concerning the reasons why the adoption of such a technical regulation is necessary, unless these reasons are already apparent from the draft. «
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Royal Decree 53/2013, of February 1st, establishing the basic rules applicable to the protection of animals used for experimental and other scientific purposes, including teaching.View consolidated text
On the other hand, the European Commission, through Recommendation 2007/526/EC of June 18, 2007, established guidelines for the housing and care of animals used for experimental and other scientific purposes, which, moreover, had been adopted within the Council of Europe as Appendix A to the European Convention for the protection of vertebrate animals used for experimental or other scientific purposes (ETS 123).
The new directive represents an important step forward in the field of animal welfare, not only because it adapts the general minimum requirements to scientific progress, but also because it extends the scope of the protection rules to cephalopods and certain fetal forms of mammals, and because it establishes as a general principle the promotion and implementation of the «three Rs principle», i.e. the replacement, reduction and refinement of procedures, encouraging the use of alternative methods to experimentation on live animals.
Order HFP/544/2018, of May 24, approving form 179, «Quarterly informative return on the transfer of use of housing for tourist purposes» and establishing the conditions and procedure for its presentation.
Royal Decree 1070/2017, of December 29, introduces a new article 54 ter in the General Regulation of the actions and procedures for tax management and inspection and for the development of the common rules of the procedures for the application of taxes, approved by Royal Decree 1065/2007, of July 27, regulating the obligation to report on the assignment of use of housing for tourism purposes.
The new reporting obligation, as provided in the preamble of the aforementioned Royal Decree 1070/2017, is established for tax fraud prevention purposes for persons or entities, in particular, the so-called «collaborative platforms», which intermediate in the assignment of use of housing for tourism purposes.
They are excluded from this concept, and therefore, they do not have to present the new model of informative declaration, with respect to the lease or sublease of housing as defined in the Law 29/1994, of November 24, of Urban Leases; the tourist lodgings regulated by its specific regulation; the right of use of real estate and the uses and contracts referred to in Article 5 of the aforementioned law, with the exception, precisely because they are transfers subject to the new reporting obligation, of the temporary transfer of use of the entirety of a furnished and equipped dwelling in conditions of immediate use, marketed or promoted in tourist supply channels and carried out for profit, even when subject to a specific regime derived from its sectorial regulations.