LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS

of 14 December 1990

"ON ENTERPRISES IN THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS"
The present Law determines general legal, economic and social principles of organization of an enterprise in conditions of multiple forms of ownership and of its activities in conditions of developing market relations. The Law is aimed at securing independence of an enterprise, determines its rights and responsibility in carrying out economic activities, regulates relations between an enterprise and other enterprises and organizations, Soviets of Deputies, state administrative bodies, acts in combination with other laws of the Republic of Belarus. The present Law covers all enterprises, located on the territory of the Republic of Belarus.

SECTION 1. General provisions

CHAPTER 1.

An enterprise and its main tasks

ARTICLE 1.
Definition of the enterprise An enterprise shall be an independent economic entity having the rights of a legal person, which realizes its products, carries out work, renders services through the use of its property by its labour collective. An enterprise shall not include other legal persons. An enterprise shall act on the principles of cost-accounting, irrespective of its form of ownership for means of production and other property.
ARTICLE 2. Main task of an enterprise The main task of an enterprise shall be economic activities, aimed at gaining profits so as to meet social and economic interests of its labour collective's members and interests of its property owner. Public needs for its products, work and services shall be regulated by the state through economic methods.
ARTICLE 3. Types of economic activities of an enterprise An enterprise may carry out any types of economic activities, if they are not banned by the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus and correspond to the objectives, stipulated by the statute of the enterprise. Certain types of activities, a list of which is approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus, may be exercised by an enterprise only on the basis of a special permission (a license).
ARTICLE 4. Types of enterprises In accordance with the forms of ownership, established by the Law of the Republic of Belarus "On Ownership in the Republic of Belarus", there may be the following types of enterprises: based on public ownership; based on collective ownership; based on private ownership; based on joint ownership; based on mixed forms of ownership. In the Republic of Belarus there may be other types of enterprises, the formation of which does not contradict the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus.
`CHAPTER 2. Organizational and legal forms of state-owned enterprises
ARTICLE 5. A state-owned enterprise A state-owned enterprise shall be formed by the administrative bodies of the Republic of Belarus, authorized to manage state property, as well as through transfer of enterprises and other property complexes from the Union subordination to the ownership of the Republic of Belarus. Property of a state-owned enterprise shall be owned by the Republic of Belarus and assigned to the state-owned enterprise by the right of possession, use and disposal within the limits, established by the property owner and the current legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus. A state-owned enterprise shall be responsible for its obligations within the limits of its own assets. The state and its bodies shall not be responsible for the obligations of a state-owned enterprise. An enterprise shall not be responsible for the obligations of the state and its bodies. A state-owned enterprise shall be a legal person, have its own name showing its type.
`ARTICLE 6. A communal enterprise A communal enterprise shall be formed by a local Soviet of Deputies or its authorized local administrative bodies. Property of a communal enterprise shall be owned by a territorial administrative entity and assigned by the respective local Soviet of Deputies to the enterprise by the right of possession, use and disposal within the limits, established by the property owner and by the current legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus. A communal enterprise shall be responsible for its obligations within the limits of its own assets. Local Soviets of Deputies and local administrative bodies shall not be responsible for obligations of a communal enterprise. A communal enterprise shall not be responsible for obligations of local administrative and management bodies. A communal enterprise shall be a legal person, have its own name showing its type.
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CHAPTER 3. Amalgamation of enterprises
ARTICLE 7. Types of amalgamations Enterprises may amalgamate (unite), on a voluntary basis, into unions, economic associations, concerns and other amalgamations on industrial, territorial or other principles for the purpose of coordinating their activities, securing the protection of their rights, representing common interests in relevant governmental and other bodies, as well as in international organizations. By an agreed decision such amalgamation may be charged to exercise centralized implementation of certain production, economic and other functions. Amalgamations of enterprises may be also set up by decision of the owner or a body authorized by him. The rights to administer the constituent enterprises may be delegated to the amalgamation of this kind. Keeping of the management body of the amalgamation is exercised on terms ed by owner. Article 7 was supplemented after part 1 by a new part according to the Law N 2131 of 27th of January 1993 ( Surpreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus's News, 1993, N.8, page 49). Such structures shall be formed with due account of anti-monopoly requirements, established by relevant legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus.
ARTICLE 8. Statute of an amalgamation. Rights of enterprises, constituting an amalgamation. An amalgamation shall act on the basis of its statute, adopted by its founders. Enterprises, constituting organizational structures, mentioned in Article 7 of this Law, shall retain their independence and rights of a legal person, and shall be subjected to the present Law.
`ARTICLE 9. Registration of an amalgamation An amalgamation shall be registered according to the procedures, stipulated by the present Law for the enterprise. An amalgamation shall be a legal person, have its current and other accounts in bank institutions, and a seal with its name.`
ARTICLE 10. Splitting of responsibilities of an amalgamation and its constituent enterprises An amalgamation shall not be responsible for obligations of its constituent enterprises, while the enterprises shall not be responsible for obligations of the amalgamation, unless the statute or the organizing agreement states otherwise. `
ARTICLE 11. Withdrawal of an enterprise from an amalgamation Enterprises, constituting an amalgamation, shall have the right to withdraw from it on a decision, taken by its labour collective, retaining at the same time its liabilities to the enterprises, constituting the amalgamation, in accordance with the agreements concluded.`
`ARTICLE 12. Liquidation of an amalgamation An amalgamation shall be liquidated on a decision, taken by its constituent enterprises. An amalgamation shall be liquidated in accordance with the procedures, established for liquidation of an enterprise. Property, left after the liquidation of an amalgamation, shall be distributed among its participants in accordance with the statute of the amalgamation.
CHAPTER 4. Laws on an enterprise
ARTICLE 13. Laws on an enterprise An enterprise shall act according to the present Law and other laws of the Republic of Belarus. Legal status of some types of economic societies and partnerships, which may include enterprises, shall be determined by legislative acts on economic societies and partnerships. Relations, which are not regulated by the laws of the Republic of Belarus, may be regulated by the laws of the USSR.
ARTICLE 14. Specific applications of the present Law to some types of enterprises Specific application of the present Law to some types of enterprises, whose activities are connected with higher work organization and safety requirements, continuous technological processes, and the necessity of centralizing managerial functions, as well as a list of such enterprises shall be determined by the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus. `
ARTICLE 15. Specific aspects of formation and operation of joint ventures Specific aspects of formation and operation of joint ventures, involving physical and legal persons of the Republic of Belarus, other Soviet Union republics and foreign states, shall be established by the laws of the Republic of Belarus.`
`SECTION 2. `
Formation of an enterprise and the procedures for its registration
CHAPTER 5. General terms and conditions for forming an enterprise
ARTICLE 16. Procedures for forming an enterprise An enterprise may be formed on a decision, taken by a property owner (owners) or a body, duly authorized by it (them), or by an enterprise an organization when and as specified by the present Law and other legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus. An enterprise may also be formed as a result of a breakdown in accordance with the anti-monopoly laws.
ARTICLE 17. Formation of an enterprise, when a structural unit withdraws from an acting enterprise An enterprise may be formed as a result of withdrawal from an acting enterprise of one or several structural units with consent of the property owner or a body duly authorized by it.
ARTICLE 18. Formation of an enterprise on the basis of a structural unit of an amalgamation An enterprise may be formed on the basis of a structural unit of an amalgamation with consent of the property owner or a body duly authorized by it
ARTICLE 19. A founder of an enterprise A founder of an enterprise may be the state represented by relevant bodies, a physical or a legal person, a group of physical and/or legal persons. The procedures of enterprise formation by state governmental bodies are determined by the current laws of the Republic of Belarus Article 19 contains alterations according to the law of April, 23, 1992 N.1620 ( the Surpreme Soviet of the Repuslic of Belarus's News, 1992, N.19, page 302) A founder of an enterprise may be the state represented by the relevant bodies, Council of Deputies, workers of the enterprise, a physical or a legal person, an association of physical and legal persons, as well as foreign physical and legal persons. An enterprise may be set up by one or several founders.
ARTICLE 20. Statute of an enterprise An enterprise shall act according to its statute. The statute shall be approved by the property owner or a body duly authorized by it. The statute of an enterprise shall include the name of the property owner, the name and the type of the enterprise, its location, objectives of its activities, a list of its managerial bodies and their competence, the way of forming property of the enterprise and terms and conditions of disposing of this property, the way of allocation of its profits (incomes), terms and conditions of its reorganization and liquidation. The statute may also include other provisions that do not contradict the law and are connected with specific aspects of activities of the enterprise.
ARTICLE 21. Formation of subsidiaries and isolated units of an enterprise With the consent of the property owner or a body authorized by it an enterprise shall have the right to form subsidiaries with the right of a legal person by transferring to them part of its property for possessing, using and disposing within the limits, established by the owner of the property or a body duly authorized by it and by current legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus. A founder shall not be responsible for the obligations of its subsidiaries, while subsidiaries shall not be responsible for the obligations of their founder, unless the enterprise foundation documents envisage otherwise. An enterprise shall have the right to form its affiliates, representations, branches and other isolated units with the right to open relevant accounts, and shall adopt their statutes.
ARTICLE 22. Settling the question of location of subsidiaries and isolated units an enterprise The question of location of subsidiaries and isolated units of an enterprise shall be settled with relevant local Soviets of People's Deputies according to the procedures, established for the formation of an enterprise.
ARTICLE 23. Allotment of land and other natural resources for the formation and operation of an enterprise In cases, when a plot of land or other natural resources are needed for the formation and operation of an enterprise, a permit for their use shall be issued by a relevant Soviet of People's Deputies, provided there is a positive ecological expertise conclusion; and in special cases, envisaged by the legislative acts, - by a primary natural resources user, too. A refusal to allot a plot of land and other natural resources may be appealed against according to the procedures, stipulated by the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus.
ARTICLE 24. Acquisition of the rights of a legal person by an enterprise An enterprise shall be considered as having been formed and acquires the rights of a legal person as of the day of its registration by the state.
CHAPTER 6. State registration of an enterprise
ARTICLE 25. State registration of an enterprise State registration of an enterprise shall be made by local executive and managing bodies at the place, where the enterprise is located, unless the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus state otherwise. Data of state registration of the enterprise shall be submitted by a registering body, within a ten-day period, to the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Belarus and to the State Committee of the Republic of Belarus on Statistics and Analysis, so that they are included into the state Registers of the Republic of Belarus. It shall not be allowed for an enterprise, that is not registered, to carry out its activities. Incomes, received from activities of an unregistered enterprise, shall be recovered in a court or a state arbitration and directed to a local budget.
ARTICLE 26. Documents, required for state registration To arrange for the state registration of an enterprise, it shall be necessary to submit to the local executive and managing body the decision on its formation, its statute and other documents according to the list, which is determined by the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus.
ARTICLE 27. The term for state registration State registration of an enterprise shall not be made later than 30 days after an application and all the necessary documents have been submitted to the local executive and managing body . An applicant shall be informed in a written form of a decision taken within a five-day period. The keeper of the register shall make public the fact of the registration of the enterprise in the official press.
ARTICLE 28. Re-registration of an enterprise An enterprise shall be re-registered, when it is sold, leased or transferred in another way, as envisaged by the law, to the state, other physical or legal persons, or when the founding documents of an enterprise are emended or appended. When an enterprise is re-registered, the same rules shall be applied as in the case of its registration. Alterations and appendixes in the founding documents of an enterprise shall be registered according tj the procedures determined by the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus.
ARTICLE 29. Motives for refusing state registration Refusal to provide state registration for an enterprise may be motivated by a violation of the procedures, established by the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus for the formation of an enterprise, discrepancies between the founding acts (documents) and the demands, envisaged by the legislation, or by the absence of a positive conclusion on the part of a relevant ecological expertise. It shall not be allowed to refuse state registration for an enterprise by the motive of its inexpediency.
ARTICLE 30. Appealing against a refusal for state registration If state registration of an enterprise has not been made within the established period of time, or it was refused by a motive, which the founder of the enterprise thinks unfounded, it may appeal to a court or the State arbitration.
ARTICLE 31. Fees for state registration The founder of an enterprise shall pay state registration fees, the amount of which is established by the legislation of the Republic of Belarus. The sums received shall be transferred by the local executive and managing body Deputies to the budget of a region, a city (a town), a district in a city (a town), where the enterprise is registered.
ARTICLE 32. Licensing of activities To carry out the activities, which are subjected to licensing, an enterprise shall acquire the necessary license according to the procedures, established by the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus.
SECTION 3. Property of an enterprise CHAPTER 7. Terms and conditions of the formation and use of property
ARTICLE 33. Property of an enterprise Property of an enterprise shall be composed of its fixed and current assets, as well as of other valuables, whose cost is reflected in a separate balance sheet of the enterprise.
ARTICLE 34. Property rights of an enterprise According to the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus and the statute of an enterprise its property may belong to it by the right of ownership, or by the right of possessing, using and disposing within the limits, established by the property owner or a body authorized by it and the current legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus.
ARTICLE 35. Sources for forming the property of an enterprise Sources for forming the property of an enterprise shall be: pecuniary and material contributions of its founders; incomes, received from realization of products, work, services, as well as from other types of economic activities; incomes from securities; credits of banks and other creditors; capital investment and subsidies from budgets; gratuitous or charitable contributions, donations from organizations, enterprises and physical persons; other sources, which are not banned by the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus.
ARTICLE 36. Drawing in means of legal and physical persons by an enterprise An enterprise shall have the right to issue and realize securities, so as to draw in additional means for expansion and improvement of production and for social development of its labour collective. The procedures for issuing and realizing securities by an enterprise, types of securities and rights of their holders shall be determined by the legislation of the Republic of Belarus.
ARTICLE 37. Rights of an enterprise to dispose of the property An enterprise shall have the right to sell and transfer to other enterprises, organizations and institutions, exchange, lease, lend free for temporary use buildings, installations, equipment, transport means, tools, raw materials and other material valuables, as well as to write them off their balance sheet, unless the legislation of the Republic of Belarus or the statute of the enterprise state otherwise. An enterprise shall have the right, unless the statute states otherwise, to sell, lease to the citizens means of production and other material valuables, except those, which cannot be owned or used by them in accordance with the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus. The state property shall be evaluated in accordance with the procedures established by the legislation of the Republic of Belarus. A state-owned enterprise can gratuitously transfer and provide its property to the citizens, labour collectives and enterprises of other forms of ownership, if the owner of the property or a body, authorized by him, has given a permission, unless the legislation of the Republic of Belarus states otherwise. In case an enterprise violates the procedures for the transfer, provision, exchange or sale of the property, the above transactions can be recognized by the court invalid.
CHAPTER 8. Possession and use of natural resources
ARTICLE 38. Procedures for the possession and use of natural resources An enterprise shall possess and use land and other natural resources with payment according to the established procedures, and in special cases, envisaged by the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus, on favorable terms or without payment.
ARTICLE 39. Responsibility of an enterprise for taking nature protection measures An enterprise shall be obliged to take timely nature protection measures, aimed at reducing and compensating unfavorable effects of its production processes on the natural sphere. Such measures shall be financed from its own resources or other sources.
ARTICLE 40. Responsibility of an enterprise for irrational use of natural resources An enterprise shall be responsible for non-observance of requirements and norms of rational use, rehabilitation and protection of lands, waters, subsoil, forests, other natural resources, as well as shall compensate for the damage, caused by its activities.
CHAPTER 9. Guarantees of the property rights of an enterprise
ARTICLE 41. Guarantees of the property rights of an enterprise The state shall guarantee the protection of the property rights of an enterprise. The state shall not expropriate from an enterprise its fixed and current assets or property, used by the enterprise, except in the cases, envisaged by the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus.
ARTICLE 42. Compensation of losses, caused to an enterprise by a violation of its property rights Losses, that have been caused to an enterprise as a result of a violation of its property rights by physical and legal persons, as well as by state bodies, shall be compensated to the enterprise on a decision of a court or the state arbitration.
SECTION 4.
Managing an enterprise
CHAPTER 10. General principles for managing an enterprise
ARTICLE 43. Managing an enterprise An enterprise shall be managed in accordance with the current legislation and its statute on the basis of combined rights and interests of its labour collective and of its property owner. The enterprise shall independently determine its management structure and personnel, and establish management expenses. A property owner shall exercise its rights for managing the enterprise directly or through the bodies, authorized by it. A property owner or the bodies, authorized by it, may fully or partially delegate these rights to the managerial body of the enterprise (a council, a board, etc.), envisaged in its statute. Specific aspects of management of enterprises of certain types shall be regulated by relevant legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus.
ARTICLE 44. Hiring (appointing, electing) the head of an enterprise The right to hire (appoint, elect) the head of an enterprise shall belong to its property owner, which realizes this right directly or through the bodies, authorized by it, or through a board of management of the enterprise, or through other bodies, which have been delegated the rights to manage the enterprise.
ARTICLE 45. Procedures for solving socioeconomical issues Solutions on socioeconomical issues, related to the activities of an enterprise, shall be worked out and adopted by its managerial bodies with the participation of its labour collective or the bodies, authorized by it.
CHAPTER 11. The labour collective of an enterprise, its powers
ARTICLE 46. The labour collective of an enterprise The labour collective of an enterprise shall be composed of all citizens, who participate in its activities by their work on the basis of a labour contract (agreement), as well as of other forms, that regulate labour relations between a worker and an enterprise.
ARTICLE 47. Powers of a labour collective The labour collective shall solve the questions, related to: buying out property of the enterprise; concluding a labour contract with the management of the enterprise; examination of the draft contract and authorization of its trade-union committee or other trade-union bodies to sign it on behalf of the labour collective; election (recalling) of its representatives to (from) a board of the enterprise; hears reports on their activities; other issues of self-management of the labour collective in accordance with the statute of the enterprise. The main form for exercising powers of the labour collective shall be its general meeting (conference).
CHAPTER 12. A labour contract
ARTICLE 48. Conclusion of a labour contract The conclusion, fulfilment and cancellation of the labour contract is exercised according to legislation. A labour contract shall be concluded at all types of enterprises and should not contradict the current legislation.
ARTICLE 49. Issues, regulated by a labour contract A labour contract shall regulate production and labour relations at an enterprise, including issues of labour protection, social development of the collective and health of its members.
ARTICLE 50. Settlement of differences arising while concluding or executing a lobour contract. If differences arise when concluding or executing a labour contract, they shall be settled according to the procedures, established by the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus.
CHAPTER 13. Board of management of an enterprise
ARTICLE 51. Setting-up a board of management of an enterprise The board of management of anenterprise shall be formed according to the statute of the enterprise. The board of management of an enterprise shall be composed of equal numbers of representatives, appointed by the owner of the property of the enterprise or a body authorized by it and elected by its labour collective respectively, unless the statute of the enterprise states otherwise. The number of members of the board of management of an enterprise shall be determined by its statute. The board of management of an enterprise shall be set up for a time period, specified in its statute.
ARTICLE 52. Employment guarantees for members of the board of management of an enterprise Members of the board of management of an enterprise, elected to it from the labour collective, during the time of their powers can not be (at the initiative of the administration) dismissed from the enterprise, or demoted in rank (salary), or transferred to a lower paid job without the consent of the general meeting (conference) of the labour collective, which elected them.
ARTICLE 53. Powers of the board of management of an enterprise The board of management of an enterprise shall: determine the general guide-line for socioeconomic development of the enterprise; determine procedures for the distribution of its net profit; on the advice of the head of the enterprise take decisions on issuing securities of the enterprise, as well as on buying securities of other enterprises and organizations; solve questions of the formation and liquidation of subsidiaries and other isolated units of the enterprise, of joining and leaving associations and amalgamations; take decisions, related to basic issues of foreign economic activities of the enterprise; examine disputes between the administration and the labour collective of the enterprise, and take measures for solving them; solve other issues, envisaged by the statute of the enterprise. The board of management of an enterprise shall solve issues within its competence at its sittings. It shall not be allowed for the board of management to interfere in administrative actions, taken by the administration. The statute of an enterprise shall regulate rules of decision-making for the board of management.
ARTICLE 54. Chairman of the board of management of an enterprise. The chairman of the board of management of an enterprise shall be elected at a sitting of the board of management from its members by an open or a secret ballot.
CHAPTER 14. Head of an enterprise
ARTICLE 55. Procedures and terms of hiring (appointing, electing) a head. According to legislation in force the head of an enterprise shall sign at least a two-year contract (agreement), which specifies his rights, duties and responsibilities and conditions of his maintenance (remuneration) and removal from his position with due account of guarantees, envisaged by the current laws.
ARTICLE 56. Powers of the head of an enterprise The head of an enterprise shall solve independently all issues of enterprise's activities except those, which this Law and the statute of the enterprise refer to the competence of the property owner or a body authorized by it, the general meeting (conference) of the labour collective and the board of management of the enterprise. The head of an enterprise, without a power of attorney, shall act on behalf of the enterprise, represent its interests at all enterprises, institutions and organizations, dispose of the property and means (resources) of the enterprise within the rights established by the property owner or a body authorized by it, conclude contracts including labour contracts, issue warrants, open current and other accounts in banks, approve management executives, issue orders and give instructions, that are compulsory for all workers of the enterprise.
ARTICLE 57. Dismissal of the head of an enterprise from his position The head of an enterprise may be dismissed from his post before expiration of a contract (agreement) on the grounds, envisaged by the contract (agreement) or the current laws.
CHAPTER 15. Deputy heads of an enterprise, heads of its structural units
ARTICLE 58. Procedures for appointing deputy heads of an enterprise, and heads of its structural units The head of an enterprise shall appoint and remove his deputies, heads of managerial units and structural units (production sections, shops, departments, branches, bays, farms, other analogous units of the enterprise, or a structural unit of an amalgamation), as well as foremen and senior foremen. In certain cases, related to the specific character of an enterprise, its statute may envisage other procedures for appointing deputy heads of the enterprise, heads of its structural units.
ARTICLE 59. Procedures for electing team-leaders Team-leaders shall be elected at the meetings of team-members (by a secrete or an open ballot) and approved by the head of the unit, which includes these teams. In certain cases, related to the specific character of an enterprise, its statute may envisage other procedures for appointing team-leaders.
ARTICLE 60. Binding character of the decisions of deputy heads of enterprises, and those of heads of units Decisions, taken by deputy heads of an enterprise, heads of its structural units, or by foremen or team-leaders, shall be binding for all their subordinates.
SECTION 5.
Economic and social activities of an enterprise
CHAPTER 16. Profit of an enterprise
ARTICLE 61. Profit of an enterprise Profit shall represent the main summary indicator of financial results of economic activities for enterprises of all types.
ARTICLE 62. Net profit and ways of its use Profit, which is left for an enterprise after taxes and other payments to the budget have been paid (net profit), shall be fully put at the disposal of the enterprise. An enterprise shall independently determine ways of use of its net profit, unless the statute envisages otherwise. The state shall influence the choice of the ways of use of the net profit through taxes, tax privileges and economic sanctions.
ARTICLE 63. Transfer of part of the net profit to the ownership of the enterprise labour collective members. In cases, which are envisaged by the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus and the statute of the enterprise, part of the net profit shall be transferred to the ownership of the members of the enterprise labour collective. The amount of this profit and ways for its distribution shall be determined by the board of management of the enterprise. The sum of the profit, which belongs to a member of the labour collective, shall constitute his (her) share. For this share a member of the labour collective may receive shares (stocks). An enterprise shall annually pay to a member of its labour collective his per cent (dividends) in the amount and according to the procedures, determined by the statute of the enterprise. A member of the labour collective shall have the right to receive the amount of his share (value of shares) according to the procedures and within the period, determined by the statute of the enterprise.
CHAPTER 17. Labour incomes of a worker of an enterprise
ARTICLE 64. Labour incomes of a worker of an enterprise Labour incomes of each worker of an enterprise, irrespective of its type, shall be determined by his (her) own labour contribution with due account of the final results of the enterprise's operation regulated by taxes and shall have no upper limits.
ARTICLE 65. Minimum amount of remuneration of workers The minimum amount of remuneration of workers of all types of enterprises shall be established by the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus.
ARTICLE 66. Forms, systems and amount of labour remuneration Enterprises shall independently establish forms, systems and the amount of labour remuneration, as well as other types of incomes of its workers. Enterprises may use state-imposed tariffs and salaries as a reference for differentiating remuneration of labour depending on a trade, skills, complexity and conditions of work.
CHAPTER 18. Planning the activities of an enterprise
ARTICLE 67. Basic principles of planning An enterprise shall independently plan its activities and determine development prospects, proceeding from the demand for its products, work and services and from the necessity of production and social development of the enterprise and of increasing personal incomes of its workers. Its plans shall be based on contracts, concluded with consumers (buyers) of its products, work, services, and suppliers of logistic resources.
ARTICLE 68. Fulfillment of work and provision of supplies for state needs An enterprise shall fulfil work and provide supplies for state needs on the contractual basis according to the procedures, stipulated by the legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus.
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