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According to article 780 of the Civil Code the customer pays the bank's services to perform operations with funds in the account, subject to the conditions stipulated in the contract of bank account.
According to the third paragraph of "Instructions on bank accounts opened in banks of Uzbekistan " (Reg. No. 1948 , April 27, 2009) in the bank account agreement specifies the conditions payable for banking services.
According to Article 28 of the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On banks and banking activity " interest rates and the amount of commission to the Bank's operations is set by bank itself.
From the foregoing, interest rates and the amount of commission to the Bank's operations is set by the bank itself.
Within its competence, consular officers to perform notarial acts , civil registration , participate in issues of citizenship of the Republic of Uzbekistan . Along with protecting the rights and legitimate interests of citizens representation of Uzbekistan residing abroad , they inform them of acting in a foreign country laws and regulations stay, give them the necessary advice , take appropriate measures to ensure safety in case of emergencies , and in case of need - and evacuation of the country.
The legal status of citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan abroad is primarily determined by the laws of the State of their residence . Great importance in this case , the provisions of consular conventions and treaties on legal assistance in civil, family and criminal cases.
Consular Service of the Republic of Uzbekistan is designed to be as much as possible close to the man , aimed at ensuring their rights and interests . It seeks to respond flexibly to events and incidents in a timely manner and provide the necessary information to provide protection and assistance to the citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan , in a difficult situation. The effectiveness of this work , however , can not be achieved without a responsible approach to the issues of the citizens of their stay abroad.
For discovery of documents of the Republic of Uzbekistan citizens of Uzbekistan , foreign citizens and stateless persons may be treated as in the archival authorities of the Republic of Uzbekistan itself, and in the diplomatic missions and consular offices of the Republic of Uzbekistan abroad .
When applying to the diplomatic mission or consular post of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the State of his residence appealing person fills out a questionnaire prescribed form for each document claimed in duplicate , and also pays the appropriate consular fees and charges in respect of the actual costs.
Not subject to requisition , delivery or export abroad originals labor and pension books , military tickets.
Can not be claimed as repeated proof of marriage , if the marriage is dissolved , as well as a birth certificate for the deceased. Birth certificates of minors to exterminate their legal representatives. Death certificate can be claimed by relatives of deceased persons or legal entities for official purposes .
Practice has shown that the implementation of requests for the recovery of the Republic of Uzbekistan of educational documents ( certificates , diplomas and transcripts of ) performed significantly more effective at handling personal stakeholders directly in schools. It is indispensable to the recovery of all costs associated with the search for personal file in the archives, making duplicates of the document, its certification and shipment to the applicant.
Citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan, resident abroad, passport of the Republic of Uzbekistan issued by the diplomatic missions and consular offices of the Republic of Uzbekistan abroad.
However, the applicant refers to the consulate of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the country where it is on permanent consular registration.
In accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan , marriage registration citizen of the Republic of Uzbekistan with a foreign citizen or a stateless person is made consul in cases where the marriage is recognized by the laws of the State in whose territory the consular office , as well as agreement , which participated in the signing of the State and The Republic of Uzbekistan , or if it complies with international treaties.
Documents required for registration of the marriage of a citizen of the Republic of Uzbekistan ( turnout both marrying citizens required) :
Statement of persons entering into marriage (installed application form the consul ) .
Original certificate of absence of marriage ( bride and groom ) or a copy thereof , legalized MFA of the Republic of Uzbekistan (for citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan ) , Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the foreign state ( for foreign nationals ) .
Passports of both spouses.
Payment for consular services and reimbursement of actual expenses.
Citizen of Uzbekistan , resident outside the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan shall have the right to dissolve the marriage residing outside the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan spouse ( wife ) , regardless of nationality , in the court of the Republic of Uzbekistan .
In the absence of property disputes between spouses and minor children (including adopted ), the dissolution of the marriage may be made in consular missions abroad the Republic of Uzbekistan .
Documents required for registration of divorce citizen of the Republic of Uzbekistan ( turnout both divorce citizens required) :
Application for divorce (installed application form the consul ) .
Passports divorce .
Marriage certificate .
Payment for consular services and reimbursement of actual expenses.
Dissolution of marriage between citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan and foreign citizens or stateless persons committed outside the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan with the legislation of the relevant foreign state shall be valid in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Payers of property tax individuals are individuals, including foreign nationals, unless otherwise stipulated by international treaties of the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as dehkan started to form and not a legal entity, owning taxable property.

If you are unable to locate the owner of the real property, the taxpayer is the person from whom the property is owned and (or) use. (Article 272 of the Tax Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan)

According to Article 104 of the Family Code, alimony is made from all types of income received in the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan and abroad in cash or in kind. Consequently, with the payments on food and travel alimony also held. Amount of child support is calculated based on the total income after taxes (Article 65 of the Law 'On the performance of judicial acts and those of other bodies' from August 29, 2001 N258 II).

Since the tax on income of individuals and citizens premiums to the Pension Fund are generally established taxes (Article 23 of the Tax Code), the amount of support shall be calculated after deduction of the tax on personal income and insurance premiums.

In polling stations established at representative offices of the Republic of Uzbekistan in foreign nations, ballot boxes are unsealed by the precinct electoral commission following the announcement by its chairperson of the end of vote.
Counting of votes at the polling station is carried out by the precinct electoral commission separately on each candidate for membership of the legislature.
Outcomes of vote counting are deliberated during a session of the precinct electoral commission and are recorded in a report to be signed by the chairperson, deputy chairperson, secretary, and other members of the electoral commission. After that, the report is made public by the chairperson or the deputy chairperson of the precinct electoral commission, and a copy of that report is posted up in the hall of the precinct electoral commission for public familiarization for a period not less than 48 hours. The report of the precinct electoral commission is presented to a corresponding district electoral commission in a due procedure.
Under Article 8 of the Law on Elections to the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan, polling stations can be established at representative offices of the Republic of Uzbekistan in foreign countries.
Those abroad can cast their ballot in these stations. Voting is organized there on the election day from 6 am to 8 pm.
The ballot paper is filled in by the voter in a polling booth or room for secret ballot. When filling in the ballot sheet, presence of persons except for the voter is prohibited. Those not able to cast their ballot by their own are entitled to invite into the polling booth or room another person of their choice, except for those who are members of the electoral commission, observer mission or are authorized representatives.
During elections, the voter puts a cross-sign in an empty square located on the right in front of the name of the candidate for deputies, who the voter intends to cast his/her ballot for.
The filled-in ballot paper is thrown by the voter into the ballot box.
Upon request by the voter, a damaged ballot sheet can be replaced by a new one. Damaged ballot papers are subject to registration, discharge and are kept separately.

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