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Steps (3) arrow_drop_up arrow_drop_down
Obtain catch certificate  (3) expand_more expand_less

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Summary of the procedure

Institutions involved 1 expand_more expand_less

Quality Control Unit - Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Recourses (x 3)

Results 2 expand_more expand_less

Catch certificate (for large boats)
Catch certificate (for small boats)

Required Documents expand_more expand_less

Exporter section completed and signed.(blank catch certificate - large boats)
Paying-in voucher (DFAR)
Payment receipt (DFAR)

Cost: Free

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Free of charge

Total Duration 20mn - 4h. 40mn  expand_more expand_less

  min max
Total time (sum): 20mn 4h. 40mn
of which:
Waiting time in queue (sum): 10mn 20mn
Attention at counter: 10mn 20mn
Waiting time until next step (sum): 0mn 4h.

Laws 2 expand_more expand_less

Fish catch data collection Regulation, 2014 Fish Catch Data Collection Regulations, 2014 (Gazette Extraordinary No. 1878/11)
Fisheries and aquatic resources Act No. 2 of 1996 Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Act No. 2 of 1996
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