1. Museums and local Government can make the conversion, sale or donation of the exhibits, with the permission of the Minister responsible for culture and protection of national heritage. Permission on the Exchange, sale or donation exhibits can only be granted in justified cases. Funds obtained from the sale of exhibits may be intended only to supplement the collection of the Museum.
2. the competent Minister for culture and protection of national heritage, after consultation with the Council for Museums, may issue a permit for the Exchange, sale or donation exhibits, on a proposal from the Director of the Museum reviewed by the Council.
3. In matters concerning the operation of the Council for the protection of struggle and martyrdom operations, referred to in paragraph 1. 1 and 2, require seeking its opinion.
Chapter 3 the Museum recorded Art. 13. [a record of] 1. To confirm the high level of substantive activities and the importance of the harvest and to check in museums that meet these conditions, the competent minister for culture and protection of national heritage, leads Government register of Museums, hereinafter referred to as “the register”.
2. the competent Minister for culture and protection of national heritage makes the entry in the register, in particular, on the importance of the museum collections, the team of skilled employees, premises and permanent sources of funding-to ensure compliance with the statutory purposes of the Museum.
3. the competent Minister for Cultural Affairs and the protection of the national heritage shall determine by regulation: 1) keep a register, 2) model application for entry in the register, 3) conditions and making entries in the register, 4) the circumstances in which you can order the control to determine whether the Museum still meets the terms of entry to the registry, taking into account the supervisory powers of the Minister of the museums.
4. From the date of entry in the register of the Museum is entitled to use the name “Museum recorded”.
5. The Museum recorded uses of special protection and financial assistance to the Member States.
6. the competent Minister for culture and protection of national heritage, public information Bulletin announces the list of museums registered.
Article. 14. [removal from the register] 1. If the Museum recorded no longer fulfil the conditions for entry in the register, the competent minister for Cultural Affairs and the protection of the National Heritage Museum sets deadline to comply, and after its expiration shall be deleted from the registry.
2. To initiate the procedure on the deletion from the registry and the competent minister for culture and protection of national heritage, shall notify the body referred to in article 1. 5. 1, and shall make this fact public in the customary manner.
Article. 15. [Decision] Determination in matters of entry and deletion from the register is by way of an administrative decision.
Article. 16. [the scope assigned to privilege] the competent Minister for culture and protection of national heritage, after consultation with the Council for Museums, museums of registered, directly subordinated to him, entrust their powers to the Council of Trustees, 1) supervision of the fulfilment by the Museum of his duties to the collections and the public;
2) direct supervision over the implementation of the objectives set out in article 1. 1;
3) the appointment and dismissal of the Director of the Museum.
Article. 17. [Entrust powers] the competent authorities of the Government Administration and bodies of local government units can museums registered directly under the Entrust-with the consent of the Minister responsible for culture and protection of national heritage, after consultation with the Council for Museums – its powers to the Council of Trustees, to the extent specified in article 2. 16. Article. 18. [the solution the Council Museum] 1. In the Museum, in which the Board of Trustees, not appoint to the Council the Museum, and so far the Council is terminated.
2. The delegation of power referred to in article 1. 16 and 17, requires an opinion the Council for the protection of struggle and martyrdom, in terms of its properties.
Article. 19. the [Board of Trustees] 1. The Board of Trustees consists of 9 to 15 members. The work of the Council directs the President. The members of the Council and the President appoints and dismisses the authority referred to in article 1. 16. 17.2. Detailed mode of operation of the Board of Trustees determines the set of regulations adopted by the Council and approved by the authority referred to in article 1. 16. 17.3. The term of Office of the Board of Trustees takes 5 years.
4. the Membership of the Council of Trustees expire before the expiry of the term of Office if: 1);
3) conviction by a final judgment on the loss of public rights;
5) references from non-performing duties as a member of the Council under the provisions of the Act or the regulations.
Article. 19A. [refund travel] 1. The members of the Board of Trustees may be entitled to reimbursement of travel on the principles set out in the rules governing employee’s statutory duties, employed at the State or local government unit of the budgetary sphere, for a business trip within the country and remuneration for participation in the meeting of the Board of Trustees. This expenditure covers the Museum.
2. the Director of the Museum granted reimbursement of travel, if the funds for this purpose are included in the financing plan of the Museum for the year.
3. The entity referred to in art. 16 or 17, the remuneration referred to in paragraph 1. 1, and its height.
4. in the case of the granting of remuneration referred to in paragraph 1. 1 can not be higher than 1) to the President of the Council – 50%, 2) for the rest of the members of the Council – 45% of the minimum wage provided for in the provisions of the minimum wage for the work.
Article. 20. [Powers when acquiring monuments] 1. The Museum has recorded the preferential right of purchase from entities doing business consisting in offering for sale of monuments, within 14 days from the date of notification by the Museum’s intention to purchase. In the case of the exercise of the right of priority the acquisition by the Museum logged follows the price at the time of the purchase application.
2. The Museum registered shall have the right of first refusal of the monument sold at auction. Declaration on the exercise of the right of first refusal should be submitted by the Museum immediately after the auction of the monument, but no later than the end of the whole auction.
3. If you make a statement about going to the right of first refusal by more than one Museum recorded entitled it the Museum, which had previously made such a statement.
4. the sale made in violation of the right of priority referred to in paragraph 1. 1, and the right of first refusal referred to in paragraph 1. 2, is void.
(Translation used as found on https://www.global-regulation.com/translation/poland/2986505/act-of-21-november-1996.-on-museums.html)
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