The document was developed by the Ministry of Finance in connection with the adoption of the revised Tax Code, as well as in order to regulate relations in the field of establishment, collection, exemption and refund of the state duty.
According to the law, the state duty is a mandatory payment levied for the commission of legally significant actions and (or) the issuance of documents by authorized institutions and (or) officials.
The types of state duty also include the consular fee paid for the commission of relevant actions by consular offices of Uzbekistan; patent fee paid for the commission of legally significant actions related to the provision of legal protection for inventions, utility models, industrial designs, selection achievements, trademarks, service marks, appellations of origin and topologies of integrated circuits.
State duty payers are individuals and legal entities that apply to authorized institutions and (or) officials, and for whom legally significant action and issuance of documents are performed.
The procedure and list of persons exempted from paying the state duty at civil courts, at economic and administrative courts, when performing notarial acts, registering acts of civil status, issuing a biometric passport of a citizen of the republic, including for traveling abroad, as well as upon payment of the consular fee and others will be defined.