The provisions of the Services Act do not apply to:

  1. non-economic services of general interest,
  2. financial services,
  3. electronic communications networks and services and electronic communications infrastructure and other related equipment, regulated by special regulations adopted in the field of electronic communications,
  4. services in the field of transport, including urban transport, taxi service, transportation of medical emergency vehicles, transport by car for sanitary transport and harbor activities,
  5. temporary employment agency services,
  6. health services, regardless of whether they are provided by health facilities, private practice or healthcare company, regardless of the manner in which they are organized and funded at the national level, whether public or private. This exception covers health care and pharmacy services provided by health professionals to patients to evaluate, maintain or improve their health,
  7. audiovisual services, including cinematographic, whatever their mode of production, distribution and transmission, and radio broadcasting,
  8. games of chance that include lottery games, casino games, bookmaking games and slot machines,
  9. activities related to the execution of official authority,
  10. social services in the area of ​​housing, childcare and support to families and persons in need of permanent, temporary or temporary assistance provided by the State, by an authorized service provider or charitable organization recognized by the State as such,
  11. private security services,
  12. services of public notaries and public enforcers, which is named by the head of the central state administration body competent for the judiciary.

Exceptions to the freedom to provide services:

  1. services of general economic interest, including:
    1. postal services,
    2. services in the power sector,
    3. gas supply services,
    4. public water supply and public sewerage,
    5. waste management services;
  2. rules on the work of delegated workers covered by Directive 96/71 / EC;
  3. the rules on the protection of personal data contained in Directive 95/46 / EC;
  4. the rules of Directive 77/249 / EEC which facilitate the effective exercise of the freedom to provide services to lawyers;
  5. activities of public enforcers;
  6. rules from Title II. Of Directive 2005/36 / EC on regulated professions and the requirements of the EEA contracting state in which a service is provided, limiting the activity to a particular profession;
  7. EU rules on the coordination of the social security system provided for in Regulation (EEC) No. 1408/71;
  8. administrative conditions relating to the free movement of persons and their habitual residence or their place of residence, in accordance with Directive 2004/38 / EC;
  9. rules relating to the visa regime and residence of third-country nationals;
  10. rules on monitoring and checking shipments of waste;
  11. intellectual property rights;
  12. acts that by law require the participation of a notary public;
  13. the statutory rules for mandatory audit of annual financial statements and consolidated accounts;
  14. registration of vehicles leased in the other country of the EGP (leasing);
  15. provisions relating to contractual and extrabudgetary obligations, including the form of contract, determined in accordance with the rules of international private law.

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