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Licensing (License Revenue)

INTRODUCTION

1. Section 16 of the National Forestry Act 1984 empowers the Authority of the State Government to allow the harvesting of Permanent Reserved Forests and State land by way of license or sub-license in 3 ways: - after he caused to be invited tenders in respect thereof;

  • after it has entered into an agreement to that effect; or
  • by any other means or through any other manner as it deems fit in the circumstances of a particular case.
2. In all states that produce forest products, one or all three of these ways is through a bidding process, through the concession agreement or by the application used.

3. In accordance with section 2 of the National Forestry Act 1984 on interpretation:

  • "Forest produce" includes:
  1. The following when found in or brought out of the Permanent Forest Reserve: guano plant, factory, sand, sea, river sand, sea shells, shells and sand soil surface;
  2. The following when found in or taken out of the permanent reserved forest or State land:
  3. trees and all parts of the tree or the results are not mentioned hereinafter;
  4. plants such as climbers, creepers and grass, and all its parts or the result of such plants;
  5. silk, cocoons, honey and wax and bird nests can eat;
  • which is either found in or brought from the Permanent Forest Reserve, State Land, land mines, reserve land or alienated land: wood, firewood, coal, rubber, rubber taban leaves, wood oil, bark, bark extract, mastic and roofing ,
  1. "Major forest produce" is made up of logs, poles, firewood, charcoal, and all kinds of rattan.
  2. "Minor forest produce" shall consist of other forest products which are not included as major forest produce.
  • A license is required for the production of forest products from the permanent reserved forest or State land.
  • A license is required to produce any major forest products does not exceed 70 cubic meters or any minor forest produce from any permanent reserved forest or State land.

OBJECTIVES

  • Determining the production of forest products from a reserve forest or state land properly executed by the National Forestry Act 1984.
  • Determine the reserve forest, the production of forest products is in accordance with the principles of "Sustainable Forest Management" with minimal damage to the environment.
  • Determining the production of forest products can provide optimal results to the State.

CONDITIONS FOR APPLICATION

  1. Application for a license to produce forest products open to all for some states. For other states open only to loggers who are registered with the State Forestry Department.
  2. For licenses issued by tender, tender is open to loggers who are registered with the State Forestry Department. In certain circumstances, a special open tender for certain groups such as the owners of the forest products processing plants or Bumiputera.
  3. For concessions, licensing only be considered the owner of the concession in accordance with the timetable set out in the agreement.

CLIENT CHARTER

"All applications for the issue of forest products are processed according to established procedures; and
Licence to produce forest products are processed and removed as far as possible within a period not exceeding twelve (12) months from the date of approval, after all the conditions for approval have been complied with."

OFFICER IN CHARGE

The officer responsible for issuing licenses and signing at the Forestry Department of Forest States are:

  • Director of the State Forestry; and
  • District Forest Officer.

FORESTRY DEPARTMENT FUNCTIONS

State Forestry Department is responsible for:

  • advise the State Authority in the administration of forest resources for optimum harvesting income;
  • acting as the implementing agency policies and forest law enforcement; and
  • managing forest resources in line with the concept of sustainable forest management.
In particular, the functions of the State Forestry Department are as follows:

  • Department of General Administration is responsible for the administrative aspects, and financial services;
  • The Division is responsible for the aspects of revenue, which includes premium, royalty, forest development sessions and charges as well as shuttle report;
  • Operations involving the licensing of forest harvesting and wood-based industry licensing and law enforcement; and
  • Development Division is responsible for the planning and execution of forest development projects and control its cost effectiveness.

ORGANIZATION CHART

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FLOW CHART FOR APPROVAL

Workflow for Approval Taking Forest Through Tender Process
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Workflow for Approval Taking Forest, through concessions

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Workflow for Approval Taking Forest Through the application

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WORK PROCESS FOR APPROVAL

Work Process For Getting Approval Taking Forest Through Tender Process

 Steps Work Process
 1a & 1b State Director of Forestry plans and tender documents.
 2 Tender issued by the Director of the State Forestry border area after the completion of the tender are provided in the field. The parties which took part in the tender must:
  • Consists of them-they are registered with the Department of Forestry and qualify as tenderers as stipulated in tender documents.
  • Deposit required to clarify tender.
  • Tender forms from the State Forestry Department
  • Visit the tendered area to allow settling tender affordable price.
 3 The tender closed.
 4 The tenders under consideration of the State Tender Evaluation Committee for a decision.

Work Process For Getting Approval Taking Forest, through concessions

Step Work Process
1 Director of the State Forestry concession plan.
2 Director of the State Forestry Authority to submit papers to the State Government on the proposal to sign a concession agreement with a particular party.
3 Authority of the State Government gave the approval.
4 Director of the State Forestry contract documents together with the plan and the proposed concession areas for the opening of the annual coupe for harvesting.
5 The agreement submitted for review State Legal Advisor.
6 State forestry Director making amendments on the proposed State Legal Advisor if necessary.
7 The concession Agreement was signed among the documents the State Government with the concessionaire.
8 State forestry Director issue a letter of approval to the concessionaire on the application in accordance with a predetermined annual Coupe.

Work Process For Getting Approval Taking Forest Through application granting of concessions

Step Work Process
1 District Forest Officer receives a request from other person or company to get to the area harvested along with the plan.
2 Applications can also be received by the Director of the State Forestry.
3 Director of the State Forestry requested a report on the applied area of District Forest Officer.
4 District Forest Officer Forest Ranger may be asked to report on their visit and the applied area received either directly or through the Director of the State Forestry.
5 District Forest Officer to prepare a report and received the report and the views of the Forest Rangers.
6 Director of the State Forestry received a report from the District Forest Officer.
7 Director of the State Forestry bring an application for consideration by the Authority of the State Government.
8 Authority of the State Government to make a decision.
9 State Director of Forestry issued a letter of approval to successful applicants and asked to explain the payments required. Director of the State Forestry also responded to those who are not successful.

LICENSING PROCESS FLOWCHART

Licensing Process Flowchart Removing logs from permanent reserved forest (Licence form 1, the national forestry Act 1984)

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Licensing Process Flowchart Harvesting Forests (Timber and other forest produce Major) Of Government land (Licence form 1 national forestry Act 1984)

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Licensing Process Flowchart Small Major Forest Harvesting does not exceed 70 cubic metres or Small Revenue (License form 3, the national forestry Act 1984)

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THE PROCESS OF LICENSING WORK

Work process Licensing Issue logs from permanent reserved forest (Licence form 1, the national forestry Act 1984)

Step Work Process
1 State Forestry Director will receive a fee from the Licensee. The fee is:
  • Deposit Licenses
  • Premium
  • Preparation fee Border
  • Other fees (varies between states)
2 Director of the State Forestry directed the District Forest Officer provides license Form 1.
3 District forest officer, forest ranger ordered a clearing, painting and confirm the boundary marking blocks extraction licenses, as well as providing a certificate of Acknowledgement, cleaning and verification of borders.
4 Forest Ranger to submit certificates to district forest Officer.
5 District forest officer checks the certificate.
6 If corrections need to be made if they had been made.
7 If the certificate does not need amendment, the district forest Officer distribute a format Mengusahasil (RMH) to prospective Licensees to available.
7a District Forest Officer also provides the information needed by the prospective Licensee to provide part of the RMH.
8 District Forest Officer also start preparing the document license.
9a&9b District forest Officer determine the pleasure the main road and Secondary Roads as well as the site of the Matau Utama dan Kongsi.
10 Determining whether there is a forest ranger who need to cut down trees in providing road and Matau and Kongsi sites.
11 If there are trees to be cut down, the forest ranger began to carry out marking of road trees, matau and Kongsi as well as carry out the assessment of compensation needs to be charged.
12 District Forest Officer received from prospective Licensees RMH.
13 District Forest Officer checks the RMH.
14 If amendments are to be made to the RMH it implemented.
15 If completed, the forest Officer RMH District provide comments as well as view and sign the RMH.
16 The license document provided by the District Forest Officer signed together Licensees, contractors and the Head of the Forest.
17 Forest Ranger to report as well as the assessment of compensation for the street, the site of a share to matau and district forest.
18 District Forest Officer directing the Licensee defaults in payment.
19 District Forest Officer to accept payments from Licensees.
20 District Forest Officer to provide the Road Permits and Permit the use of the documents for the Matau and Kongsi sites.
21 District Forest Officer signed a Road Permit.
22 District Forest Officer and Licensee sign Permit of use for the Matau and Kongsi sites. Normally it is done with the work process 16.
23 District Forest Officer, documents submitted the RMH license, Permit, and permits the use of the Roads to state forestry Director.
24 State Forestry Director receives and review of these documents, RMH, Road Permits and Permit its use.
25 If necessary amend, amendment made
26 If not, the Director of the State Forestry register and sign the documents.
27 State Forestry Director submit the copies of the documents to the District Forest Officer is meant to be distributed to licensees as well as the parties concerned.


The process of Licensing Work Harvesting Forests (Timber and other forest produce Major) Of Government land (Licence form 1 national forestry Act 1984)

Step Work Process
1 State Forestry Director to accept payments from Licensees. Fees are as follows:
  • Deposit Licence
  • Premium
  • Costs Of Preparing Borders
  • Other costs (vary between States)
2 Once payment is received directing the State forestry Director District forest Officer provides license.
3 District Forest Officer, Forest Ranger ordered to clean up, painting and confirm the license area and border provides a certificate Confirmation and Cleanup Claims.
4 Forest Ranger to submit a Certificate of Acknowledgement of Cleaning and Verification of the boundary to the District Forest Officer.
5 District Forest Officer check certificate presented.
6 If necessary, corrections made corrections.
7 If a correction is not needed, the District Forest Officer to provide the license.
8 License signed by the District Forest Officer, Licensees, contractors and the Head of the forest.
9 District Forest Officer present licence to the Director of the State Forestry.
10 State Forestry Director receives and reviews the document license.
11 Director of State Forestry register and sign the license.

The process of Licensing Work Small Main Forest Harvesting does not exceed 70 cubic metres or Small Revenue (License form 3, the national forestry Act 1984)

Step Work Process
1 State Forestry Director to accept payments from Licensees. Fees are as follows:
  • Deposit Licence
  • Premium
  • Other costs (vary between States)
2 State Forestry Director directed the District Forest Officer provides a license form 3 in accordance with the National Forestry Act 1984.
3 District Forest Officer, Forest Ranger ordered a clearing, painting and confirm the license area border and prepare a certificate Confirmation and Cleanup Claims.
4 Forest Ranger submit certificate.
5 District Forest Officer checks the certificate.
6 If a correction is required, the corrections made.
7 If there is no need for correction, District Forest Officer to provide the license.
8 License signed by the District Forest Officer and Licensee.
9 District Forest Officer present licence to the Director of the State Forestry.
10 State Forestry Director receives and reviews the document license.
11 Director of State Forestry register and sign the license.
12 State Forestry Director of distributing copies of the licenses to the District Forest Officer for distribution to the Licensees and parties concerned.

ABBREVIATION

PPN: State Forestry Director

PHD: Forest District/Provincial Offices

PL: Prospective/Licensee

RH: Forest Ranger

 
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