1 18170 Tuesday, 31 May 2005 Spanish Official Gazette number: 129 I. General provisions MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY, TOURISM AND TRADE 8902 ORDER ITC/1542/2005, of 19 May, which approved the National Plan for Internet Domain Names Under the Country Code Corresponding to Spain (".es"). The purpose of this Order, which approves the National Plan for Internet Domain Names Under the Country Code Corresponding to Spain (".es"), is to make the regulations for assigning domain names with the indicative (".es") more flexible, in order for them to constitute a significant mechanism for promoting the development of the Information Society in Spain. The previous regulations on this issue were contained in Order CTE/662/2003, of 18 March, which approved the National Plan for Internet Domain Names Under the Country Code Corresponding to Spain (".es"), which was the first implementation of the Additional Provision Six, Law 34/2002, of 11 July, the Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services Act, which regulates the general principles of the system for assigning ".es" domain The aforementioned Order CTE/662/2003, of 18 March, was the first step in reorganising the space available under the indicative ".es" and adapting domain names to the development of the internet in our country. As a result, there has been a noticeable increase in registration of ".es" domain However, experience so far has revealed limitations, resulting in the need to introduce greater flexibility in order to achieve the same level of acceptability and use of the ".es" indicative as that which exists for country codes in the countries around us. This reform consists of significantly simplifying the rules for eligibility required to obtain a second level domain name, to reduce other limitations and prohibitions on the formation of domain names at this level, and to establish basic principles to govern the system for extrajudicial resolution of conflicts that the Assignment Authority shall develop. For these purposes, as provided for under Additional Provision Six of the Information Society and e-commerce Services Act, the practices generally applied in the management of first level domain names and the recommendations of the international entities and organisations that conduct activities related to the management of the internet domain names system were taken into account. As a result, the allocation of domain names is based on the time priority criterion of the order in which applications are made, provided that all other requirements contained in the Plan are met. The structure of the domain name space shall be maintained as that established in the previous Plan, being divided into second and third level domains, with the modifications detailed herein below. With regard to second level domain names, the new Plan extends eligibility for assignment of domain names to any individual or incorporated or non-incorporated entity that have "an interest in or maintain ties with Spain". These concepts should be understood in their widest sense, and include, in principle, individuals or incorporated or nonincorporated entities that are based, resident or registered in Spain, which wish to aim their services either partly or in full at the Spanish market, together with those that wish to offer information, products or services that are culturally, historically or socially linked to Spain. This is in accordance with the literal interpretation of Additional Provision Six of Law 34/2002, dated 11 July, on Information Society and e-commerce Services, and is supported by the positive experiences accumulated through the application of the previous Plan with third level domain names, such as ".com.es", ".nom.es" and ".org.es". In addition, the restrictions that have existed up to now with regard to the regulations for deriving domain names are also repealed, and the prohibitions that continue to be applicable to the assignment of second level domain names are, as far as is possible, be simplified. In this sense, among other measures, it will be permitted for individuals to request any type of domain name, apart from the possibility of requesting names consisting exclusively of surnames or a combination of given names and surnames, in which case it will be required that said names are directly related to the applicant. As a result, it will be possible to reduce to a minimum the verification task required prior to granting these types of domain This will practically eliminate the bureaucratic steps associated with such tasks and, as a result, make these domains more attractive to users. In addition, the distinction between standard and special domain names contained in the previous Plan will be removed, establishing uniform scheme of regulations for the assignment of all second level domain names, also taking into account the elimination of requirements for derivation and substantial simplification of specific limitations. This greater freedom will be balanced, in order to ensure adequate security and flexibility, with a new system to control the transfer of domain names, which will serve to discourage abusive and speculative registration; this shall be supplemented by the extrajudicial conflict resolution procedure, the principles of which were included in the Plan whilst maintaining, furthermore, the possibility of verification by the Assignment Authority, on its own initiative or upon request by a party, fulfilment of the requirements established in the Plan.
2 Spanish Official Gazette number: 129 Tuesday, 31 May Finally, in order to avoid situations of abuse in the initial phase of brining the new regulations applicable to the ".es" domains into operation, a staggered registration period for second level domain names is planned, so that the Public Administration, diplomatic offices that are duly registered in Spain, international organisations to which Spain belongs, or the bodies that result from the international agreements and conventions of which Spain is a signatory, and the holders of industrial property rights may register their domain names before opening domain name registration to the general public. Until such time as the Assignment Authority announces the end of this staggered registration period and the initiation of the unrestricted registration of second level domain names, it will not be possible to register any name in accordance with the new Plan; nor will it be possible whilst the staggered registration phase is in progress to apply for preregistration or reservation of second level domain names. With regard to third level domain names, the positive experience in managing such domain names since their creation through Order CTE/662/2003, of 18 March, makes it advisable to continue to regulate them in the same way, without prejudice to small adjustments being made as are considered appropriate for technical legislative purposes. Therefore, the general assignment criteria for third level domain names will continue to include the requirement that the applicant has some ties with Spain. These are classified in "unrestricted registrations", consisting of the domains ".com.es", "nom.es" and ".gob.es", for which compliance with the requirements and applicable prohibition provisions will be verified prior to their being allocated. As regulation common to all second and third level domain names, a system is being established that will enable the voluntary transfer of the names assigned to be carried out in a controlled and ordered way, whilst at the same time maintaining the existing possibility of transfers in the case of full inheritance, either "mortis causa" or "inter vivos" applicable in the cases of company mergers or splits. The Plan shall be completed by the procedural regulations determined by the Chairman of the Public Business Entity Red.es, based on Additional Provision Eighteen of Law 14/2000, dated 29 December, on Tax, Administrative and Social Order Measures, as modified by article 70 of Law 24/2001, dated 27 December 2001, on Tax, Administrative and Social Order Measures. This Order has been subject to the information procedure required for technical regulations and standards relating to Information Society services, as provided for in Directive 98/34/EC of the European Parliament and Council, of 22 June, and modified by Directive 98/48/EC, of 20 July, together with the stipulations of Royal Decree 1337/1999, of 31 July, which regulates the sending of information regarding technical standards and regulations and regulations related to Information Society services, by which the aforementioned Directives are incorporated into Spanish Law. In consideration of all the above and with the agreement of the Cabinet of Ministers, I hereby declare: One. Approval of the National Internet Domain Name Plan. As provided for under Additional Provision Six of Law 34/2002, dated 11 July, on Information Society and e- Commerce Services, the National Plan for Internet Domain Names Under the Country Code Corresponding to Spain (".es"), the text of which is included below, is hereby approved. Transitory Provision One. Names assigned prior to the Plan coming into effect. Domain names assigned prior to the National Plan for Internet Domain Names coming into effect shall continue to be valid. Sole Repeal Provision. Repeal of regulations. Without prejudice to the stipulations of Transitory Provision One of the National Domain Names Plan, which is approved by this order, Order CTE/662/2003, of 18 March, which approved a National Plan for Internet Domain Names Under the Country Code Corresponding to Spain (".es") is hereby repealed. Final Provision One. Constitutional Grounds. This Order has been issued within the scope of article of the Constitution. Final Provision Two. Domain name registration procedures. The Chairman of the Public Business Entity Red.es shall establish, by resolution, the specific requirements for applications and the procedures for assignment and all other operations associated with registering internet domain names and addresses under the country code corresponding to Spain (".es"), taking into account the criteria included in Additional Provision Eighteen of Law 14/2000, of 29 December, on Tax, Administrative and Social Order Measures. As provided for under Additional Provision Six of Law 34/2002, dated 11 July, on Information Society and e- Commerce Services, the assignment of domain names shall be carried out by electronic means that ensure the speed and reliability of the registration procedures. Submission of applications and notifications shall be carried out using electronic means, except in the event of the circumstances described in the assignment procedures and other operations associated with the registration of domain The Public Business Entity Red.es shall publicise the procedures adopted, which shall be available to the public by electronic means at no charge. In addition, it may establish and agree the mechanisms for co-ordination with national and community public registries as it considers appropriate for the performance of its duties. Final Provision Three. Entry into effect. This Order shall come into effect on the day following its publication in the Spanish Official Gazette. Madrid, 19 May 2005, MONTILLA AGUILERA NATIONAL PLAN FOR INTERNET DOMAIN NAMES UNDER THE COUNTRY CODE CORRESPONDING TO SPAIN (".ES") CHAPTER I General provisions One. Purpose. The purpose for the National Plan for Internet Domain Names Under the Country Code
3 18172 Tuesday, 31 May 2005 Spanish Official Gazette number: 129 corresponding to Spain (".es") is to develop the criteria for the assignment of domain names as established in Additional Provision Six of Law 34/2002, dated 11 July, Information Society and e-commerce Services. Two. The Assignment Authority. 1. The Public Business Entity Red.es shall perform the role of Assignment Authority for the assignment of ".es" domain names as established in the Additional Provisions Six of Law 11/1988, dated 24 April, that is, the General Telecommunications Act, and the Information Society and e-commerce Services Act. 2. The assignment function consists in managing the registration of domain This includes the implementation, maintenance and operation of equipment, applications and databases required for operation of the internet domain name system under the country code corresponding to Spain (".es"). 3. The Register shall be managed based on criteria of general interest, ensuring its security, and in accordance with the principles of quality, efficiency, reliability and accessibility. 4. The management of, and access to the Register's databases containing personal data shall be in accordance at all times with the provisions of Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, that is, the Personal Data Protection Act, and the regulations that implement it. Three. Second and third level domain Second and third level ".es" domain names may be assigned in accordance with the stipulations of this Plan. Four. Accredited Registrar. 1. Accredited Registrars shall act before the Assignment Authority for the assignment of domain names in accordance with the applicable regulations and in conditions of free competition. Such registrars shall be obliged to process applications for assignment addressed to them in the order that they are received. 2. The Assignment Authority shall determine the requirements to be met by the Registrars in order to receive accreditation for the purposes of carrying out the functions contained in point 1 of this section, and the conditions of access by such Registrars to the Registry's databases. These requirements and conditions shall be proportionate, non-discriminatory and transparent, and shall guarantee the existence of conditions of free competition. 3. Applications for assignment of domain names may be addressed directly by the interested party to the Assignment Authority. 4. The Assignment Authority shall create a working group related to assignment of domain names, which will include the participation of accredited Registrars and representatives of the Secretary of State for Telecommunications and for the Information Society. CHAPTER II Assignment of second level domain names Five. The general criteria for assignment of second level domain Second level ".es" domain names shall be assigned based on the criteria of the order in which they are received. Applications may not be submitted for ".es" domain names that have been assigned previously. Second level ".es" domain names shall be assigned without prior verification, except as regards the syntax rules stipulated in point 1, section eleven, the list of prohibited terms in point 2, section eleven, and the specific limitations and the lists of prohibited or reserved second level domain names indicated in section seven. Six. Eligibility for the assignment of second level domain All individuals or incorporated or nonincorporated entities with interests in or ties with Spain, may apply for the assignment of a second level domain name. Seven. Specific limitations and lists of prohibited and reserved second level domain 1. Second level domain names may not be assigned when they coincide with any first level domain name (such as ".edu", ".com", ".gov", ".mil", ".uk", ".fr", ".ar", ".jp", ".eu") or with any has been proposed or is being studied by the body with competence to create it, although, in this case, the prohibition shall only apply when, in the opinion of the Assignment Authority, the use of the domain name might create confusion. 2. Neither may second level domain names be assigned when they coincide with names that are generally recognised as internet terms and the their use might lead to confusion. In this respect, the Chairman of the Public Business Entity Red.es shall approve a short and updated list of terms of a public nature, which will made be available without charge by electronic means. 3. The Chairman of the Public Business Entity Red.es may determine an updated list of second level domain names relating to the names of constitutional bodies or other state institutions that have not previously been assigned, which shall thereby be reserved, and which, once on said list, may not be freely assigned. Furthermore, the Chairman of the Public Business Entity Red.es may approve an updated list of second level domain names relating to the names of internationally accredited supranational bodies and international organisations that have not previously been assigned, which shall thereby be reserved, and which, once on said list, may not be freely assigned. These lists shall be made public and shall be available at no charge by electronic means. 4. The Chairman of the Public Business Entity Red.es shall approve an updated list of second level domain names of place names that coincide with official the names of regional public administrations that have not previously been assigned, which shall thereby be reserved, and which, once on said list, may not be freely assigned. This list shall be made public and shall be available at no charge by electronic means. CHAPTER III Assignment of third level domain names Eight. Types of assignable third level domain Third level domain names may be assigned with the indicatives ".com.es", ".nom.es", ".org.es", ".gob.es" and ".edu.es". Nine. General criteria for the assignment of third level domain 1. Third level domain names shall be assigned based on the criteria of the order in which they are received.
4 Spanish Official Gazette number: 129 Tuesday, 31 May Applications may not be submitted for domain names that have been assigned previously. 2. Compliance with the requirements established in section ten and the syntax regulations contained in point 1 of section eleven shall be verified prior to assignment of third level ".gob.es" and ".edu.es" domain Third level ".com.es", ".nom.es" and ".org.es" domain names shall be assigned without prior verification, except with regard to the syntax requirements contained in point 1 of section 11 and the list of prohibited terms contained in point 2 of section eleven. Ten. Eligibility for the assignment of third level domain Applications for the assignment of third level domain names be filed by: a) For domain names under the indicative ".com.es", individuals or incorporated or non-incorporated entities with interests in or ties with Spain. b) For domain names under the indicative ".nom.es", individuals with interests in or ties with Spain. c) For domain names under the indicative ".org.es", entities, non-profit making institutions and groups, whether incorporated or otherwise, with interests in or ties with Spain. d) For domain names under the indicative ".gob.es", Spanish Public Administrations and the Public Bodies responsible to them, including any branches, agencies and units thereof. e) For domain names under the indicative ".edu.es", officially recognised bodies, institutions and groups, whether incorporated or otherwise, that carry out activities related to teaching or research in Spain. CHAPTER IV Provisions common to second and third level domain names Eleven. Common provisions for the assignment of second and third level domain 1. Domain names assigned with the indicative ".es" shall comply with the following syntax rules: a) The only valid characters shall be the letters of the Spanish alphabet, the digits ( 0 9 ) and the dash ( ). b) Neither the first nor the last character may be a dash. c) The first four characters of the domain name may not be "xn ". d) The minimum length for a second level domain name shall be three characters; the minimum length for a third level domain name shall be two characters. e) The maximum length for second and third level domain names is 63 characters. All applications for domain name assignment shall be checked against these criteria prior to assignment. 2. The Assignment Authority shall suspend as a precaution, or cancel, in accordance with the corresponding judicial requirement, domain names that include terms or expressions that are against the Law, morals or public decency, and those whose literal meaning may infringe upon individual name rights or industrial property rights, contravene the right to honour, privacy or one's good name, or when it could lead to the commission of a crime or misdemeanour as established in the Criminal Code. Domain names that are cancelled on the basis of this article may be entered on a list of prohibited domain 3. The assignment of second and third level domain names consisting entirely of surnames, or combinations of given and surnames shall be conditioned on their having a direct relationship with the beneficiary of the domain name. Twelve. Transfer of domain 1. The rights to use a domain name may be freely transferred, providing that the party acquiring the domain name complies with the terms of this Plan and the regulations implementing it. All voluntary transfers must be approved by the former domain name holder, which must be communicated to the Assignment Authority prior to the modification of the registration details for the domain name. This acceptance by the former holder shall be given in accordance with the procedures established for this purpose by the Assignment Authority. 2. In cases of universal "inter vivos" or "mortis causa" succession and in those related to transferring the trademark or commercial name with which the domain name is associated, the successor or transferee may continue to use said name, as long as he or she complies with the domain name assignment rules outlined in this Plan and requests that the Assignment Authority modify the domain name registration data. Thirteen. Rights and obligations deriving from the assignment and maintenance of domain 1. Applicants for a domain name shall provide their identification details, being responsible for their accuracy and truthfulness. 2. The assignment of a domain name confers the right to its use for the purposes of addressing in the internet domain name system in the terms established by this Plan, and the continuity and quality of the service provided by the Assignment Authority. 3. Beneficiaries of an ".es" domain name must respect the technical rules and conditions that are established by the Assignment Authority to ensure the efficient functioning of the ".es" domain names system. 4. Users of a domain name must immediately inform the Assignment Authority of all modifications relating to the details held in the domain name register. 5. The right to use the domain name is conditioned on fulfilment of the obligations contained in section thirteen, the regulations contained in section eleven and the maintenance of all conditions that may apply to it. Failure to comply with such conditions shall result in cancellation by the Assignment Authority, following the procedure and within the schedule established by the Assignment Authority in accordance with the provisions of the Additional Provision Eighteen of Law 14/2000, dated 29 December, on Tax, Administrative and Social Order Measures. The beneficiary of the domain name shall always be given a hearing in such proceedings. The Assignment Authority may confirm at any time, on its own initiative or at the request of third parties, that the conditions for assignment of the domain name are being complied with. In procedures instigated at the request of third parties, the only intention of said request shall be the cancellation of the domain name for failure to comply with the general conditions to which it is subject.
5 18174 Tuesday, 31 May 2005 Spanish Official Gazette number: 129 Assignments referred to in this Plan, without prejudice to the parties rights to recourse before the corresponding jurisdiction. The person or entity that instigated the proceedings shall have preference for obtaining the domain name if they submit their application within the time period established in the procedural regulations. 6. Changes in the service provider or simultaneous connection to several providers shall not alter the assignment or maintenance of domain 7. The holders of second and third level domain names shall be subject to extrajudicial conflict resolution procedure established under the Sole Additional Provision, without prejudice to any legal action that the parties may finally take. Fourteen. Responsibility for the use of domain 1. Responsibility for the use of a domain name and respect for intellectual and industrial property rights resides with the person or organisation to which the domain name has been assigned. 2. Accredited Registrars are not responsible for the use made of domain names assigned to organisations or persons to which they provide the services set forth in this Order. Additional Provision Six. Extrajudicial conflict resolution system. As a complement to this Plan, and in the terms permitted by the applicable laws, the Assignment Authority shall establish an extrajudicial system for resolving conflicts relating to the use of domain names in relation to, among other issues, industrial property rights that are protected in Spain, such as trade names, protected trade marks, denominations of origin, company names, and the official or generally recognised names of the Public Administration and Spanish public bodies. This system for extrajudicial resolution of conflicts shall be based on the following principles: a) It shall provide effective protection against the speculative and abusive registration of names, in particular when the domain name is identical or so similar that it could cause confusion with another term for which a right existed prior to those cited in the preceding paragraph. b) It shall be understood that a speculative or abusive registration exists when the holder of the domain name has no legitimate rights or interests in the domain name in question and has registered it or is using it in bad faith. c) It shall be obligatory for holders of domain names to take part in the extrajudicial conflict resolution system. d) The Assignment Authority may accredit providers of extrajudicial conflict resolution services based on proportionate, objective, transparent and nondiscriminatory conditions that guarantee their qualifications and experience in the field of extrajudicial conflict resolution. The Assignment Authority shall maintain a list of such accredited providers on its website. e) The decisions of the extrajudicial conflict resolution system shall be binding for the parties and the Assignment Authority, unless legal proceedings are subsequently undertaken in a period of 30 calendar days from the date of notification of the decision to the parties. f) The person or entity that instigated the proceedings shall have preference for obtaining the domain name if they submit their application within the time period established in the procedural regulations. g) The extrajudicial conflict resolution system shall ensure adequate procedural guarantees for the parties, and these shall be applied without prejudice to any legal actions that the parties may subsequently take. The Assignment Authority shall, from time to time, publish and update the domain names assigned in order to facilitate the exercising of ownership rights through the extrajudicial conflict resolution system. Transitory Provision One. Staggered implementation of the new second level ".es" domain name assignment system. 1. Before initiating the registration of second level domain names established in this Plan, a staggered registration process shall be implemented. 2. This staggered registration process shall consist of two phases: The first phase of the staggered registration process shall be reserved for applications for official and generally recognised domain names related to the Public Administration and public bodies. This phase will also include domain names related to the official or generally recognised names of duly accredited diplomatic offices in Spain and international organisations to which Spain belongs and bodies arising from international agreements and conventions of which Spain is a signatory. The second phase of the staggered registration process shall be open to applications for domain names related to foundations, associations and companies. In addition, it shall be open to applications for the registration of domain names relating to trade names, registered trade marks, denominations of origin and other industrial property rights that are protected in Spain. For these purposes, the derivation rules contained in point 1 of section 8 of Order CTE/ 662/2003, of 18 March, which approved the National Plan for Internet Domain Names Under the Country Code Corresponding to Spain (".es"), shall continue to apply. 3. The Assignment Authority shall verify, through its own offices or through duly qualified third parties, prior to assignment, that the applicants hold the rights or satisfy the requirements that justify the assignment of the domain name requested during the initial registration process regulated under this transitory provision. 4. Domain names shall be assigned based on a time priority criteria of the order in which the applications are submitted, providing that it is considered that the applicant has sufficiently demonstrated compliance with the requirements for such applications. 5. The Assignment Authority may establish the intervals required between the phases in order to process the applications received. The Assignment Authority shall announce the start date and the exact duration of each of the phases of the initial registration procedure, giving sufficient notice of the start date using media that are appropriate for ensuring that they are as widely known as possible. In addition, once the staggered registration process has been completed, the Assignment Authority shall announce, with a minimum advance notice of 15 days, the start of operations for the second level domain name registration in accordance with the new regulations set forth in this Plan. 6. During the duration of the staggered registration process established in this Transitory Provision it will still be possible to request second level
6 Spanish Official Gazette number: 129 Tuesday, 31 May ".es" domain names under the regulations for assignment of domain names established in Order CTE/662/2003, of 18 March, which approved the National Plan for Internet Domain Names Under the Country Code Corresponding to Spain (".es"). 7. The extrajudicial system for resolving conflicts, as described in Additional Provision One shall be fully operational prior to the end of the staggered registration period established in this Transitory Provision. Transitory Provision Two. Multilingual characters in ".es" domain It will not be possible to assign domain names that contain Spanish language characters that do not appear in the English alphabet until the mechanisms for recognition of multilingual characters are operational for ".es" domain Prior to the mechanisms for the recognition of multilingual characters becoming available for ".es" domain names, the Assignment Authority will publicly notify the possibility of applying for names containing such characters and establish, sufficiently in advance, a staggered registration process for such In addition, it will establish and publish the criteria applied for acceptance of multilingual characters, which shall include regulations on the applicability of the provision established in point 1.c) of section eleven of this Plan to the aforementioned criteria. Transitory Provision Three. Initial lists of prohibited and reserved Within a period of one month following the date of entry into effect of the Order approving this and, in any case, prior to the start of the second phase of the staggered registration process described in Transitory Provision Three of this Plan, the Chairman of the Public Business Entity Red.es shall approve and publish, as appropriate, the initial lists of prohibited or reserved terms as described in point 2 of section eleven and in points 2, 3 and 4 of section seven RESOLUTION of 30 May 2005, by the Department of Energy Policy and Mining, which made public the new maximum prices for natural gas for use as a raw material. The Order from the Ministry of the Economy of 28 May 2001, which modified point of the Annex of the Order of 30 September 1999, and updated the parameters for the system of maximum prices for the supply of natural gas for industrial use, including a specific rate for natural gas for use as a raw material. In development of Royal Decree 949/2001, of 3 August, Order ECO/33/2004, of 15 January and issued by the Ministry of the Economy regulates the rates for natural gas and manufactured gas for transportation and the rental of meters, and in its Sole Transitory Provision stated that the rate for the supply of natural gas for use as a raw material established in point of Annex I of the Order to 30 September 1999, with the amendments made in the Order of 28 May 2001, shall be applicable until 31 December Section six of the Ministerial Order of 30 September 1999 establishes that the Energy Department and the Ministry of Industry and Energy shall calculate and publish, on a monthly basis in the Spanish Official Gazette, the maximum prices for the sale of supplies of natural gas for use as a raw material, and that these shall enter into effect on the first day of each month. In compliance with the preceding regulation, and in accordance with the provisions of section six of the Order of 30 September 1999, this Energy Policy and Mining Department has resolved as follows: One. From 00:00 on 1 June 2005, the maximum price for the sale of supplies of natural gas for use as a raw material, excluding taxes, shall be cents/kwh. Second.Invoicing of consumption of supplies of natural gas for transportation measured by meters, relating to the period that includes the date on which this Resolution enters into effect or, if applicable, any other earlier or subsequent Resolutions relating to the same invoice period, shall be calculated by sharing out proportionately the total consumption corresponding to the invoice period prior and subsequent to each of said dates, applying to the resulting consumption the relevant prices from the applicable Resolutions. Madrid, 30 May 2005.The Director General, Jorge Sanz Oliva. MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES AND FOOD 8904 CORRECTION of errors in Royal Decree 620/2005, of 27 May, which approved the restructuring Plan for the dairy sector. An error was noted in Royal Decree 620/2005, of 27 May, which approved the Plan for the restructuring of the dairy products sector as published in Spanish Official Gazette 127 of 28 May 2005, and the following rectification is therefore made: On pages and 18064, an Annex II shall be published as a result of the error found:
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