The solved case
A ruling ordering an administrative penalty in the form of a fine totaling 2.8 million rubles was issued to a client of UBLaw.
An airline was charged with an offense provided for in part 1 of article 19.7.9 of the Code of the Russian Federation on Administrative Offenses.
In accordance with part 1 of article 19.7.9 of the Code on Administrative Offenses, failure to submit data on passengers and vehicles’ crew to an automated, centralized personal database or submission of false data, or violation of the procedure for creating and maintaining these databases committed through negligence.
In turn, the team of professionals from UBLaw managed to annul a number of decisions on the imposition of administrative sanctions totaling more than 2 million rubles, which reduced the total fine to less than one-third.
Description of the case:
The airline operates flights from a number of airports in the Russian Federation to other countries.
The Federal Transportation Inspection Service detected essential elements of an offense provided for by part 1 of article 19.7.9 of the Code of the Russian Federation on Administrative Offenses in the actions of the airline, such as failure to provide data on passengers and the aircraft’s crew no later than 24 hours prior to the departure time.
Yuri Morozov and his team referred to the fact that the airline duly performed its obligations and the data errors were caused by the data center, which was supported by presenting APIS data submission reports.
The professionals of UBLaw also identified formal grounds for annulling several decisions on the imposition of administrative sanctions.