Ordine publică: Legi & Amenzi

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About this app

Be up to date with rules, legislation, decisions, articles, ordinances and contraventions of Public Order

The application provides you with public policy. The information is presented quickly, and the information is at your fingertips in an organized way. You can quickly find out the article of law, contraventions and other information. You can quickly search for laws with the dedicated function.

The best part is that you can add to your favorite laws that you need frequently. This way you have a dedicated section and you won't have to constantly look for the same laws.

The content of the application can be summarized as follows:

1. Sanctions from Law 4/2008 - Violence in sports competitions
2. Sanctions from Law no. 349/2002 - Tobacco consumption
3. Sanctions from GEO 34/2008 - Single national system for emergency calls
4. Sanctions from GEO 55/2002 - Possession of dangerous or aggressive dogs
5. Sanctions of Law 217/2003 - Prevention and combating of domestic violence
6. Sanctions from Law 60/1991 - Public Assemblies
7. Sanctions from GEO 97/2005 - Evidence, domicile, residence and identity documents
8. Sanctions from Law 61/1991 - Violation of public order and peace
9. Sanctions from Law 55/2020 - Measures to combat the COVID pandemic - 19

If you have noticed that information is missing or incorrect, you can use the "Send feedback" function.

Disclaimer: The information provided in this application is for general information purposes only. This information does not constitute advice and does not guarantee legal liability.
Updated on
Apr 11, 2021

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