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Art. 4. For all intents and purposes of this law, the following definitions are established: That it is a duty of the State to create the conditions and promote adequate measures for the promotion and operation of tourism, within a sustainable development policy regarding the protection of the environment and the national culture. 4.1.3.1. Family Hostelries: Small lodging establishments, in rural or urban zones, operated by an individual or a family, with home like dining services. 9) Investments in Tourism Infrastructure and connected Tourism Equipment. 4.7.1. Filming of Motion Pictures for the benefit of Tourism: Production by companies within the national boundaries dedicated to filming long length motion pictures, oriented to the International Market, and which are transmitted abroad, and whose benefits and contribution to the tourism function are certified by INTUR for the purposes of this Law. 4.6. Tourism activities in Food, Drink and Amusement Services: the ownership and/or administration of installations providing food, drink and amusement services for tourists and visitors in restaurants, bars, "Tourist Eateries", discos, night clubs and casinos, which can demonstrate their ties mainly with tourism and which are declared of tourism's interest by INTUR. Such facilities shall qualify under this Law if they comply with the Food, Drink and Amusement Regulations. Art. 1. Tourism is declared an industry of national interest. 4.1.1.2. Condo-Hotels: Set of habitational units in a building or group of buildings where each unit is obtained within a tourist regimen of horizontal property, which fulfil the operational and lodging requirements for Major Lodging Facilities and the Hostelry Regulations. MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, INDUSTRY AND TRADE
 MARKS, Trade and Services - Page: 2726. 5) Internal and Receptive Tourism; and Ground Collective Tourism Transportation. That Nicaragua has bountiful natural beauty, such as: volcanoes, lakes, lagoons, rivers and hundreds of kilometres of exuberant and almost unknown beaches, which constitute a potential that merits its development in order to reach the level of growth attained by other countries of the world. 4.1.1.1. Hotels: Lodging installations for guests in transit, in a building, part of the same or group of buildings, approved by INTUR to provide complete food service, cleaning and other services, accessory and connected with the tourism activity, which fulfil the lodging and operation requirements for Major Lodging Facilities and the Hostelry Regulations. 4.2.3.3. Cabins: Group of individual buildings in tourist areas and beaches, with partial services not necessarily of cleaning and food. 4.6.2 "Mesones de Nicaragua Program": a program sponsored by INTUR to foment and stimulate with the incentives of the Law and other specific measures of promotion and marketing prepared and implemented without cost by the Institute, the creation of a national network of "Mesones" dedicated to the taste and/or gastronomy of traditional and regional cuisine, that can be installed new, or the existing ones, when their owners undertake new investments with the purpose of improving and remodeling said installations to qualify under the norms and criteria concerning Mesones de Nicaragua promoted with the INTUR seal of approval in the Food, Drink and Amusement Regulations. 1) Services of the Hotel Industry (Hotels, Motels, Apart hotels, Condo-hotels). 1) Restaurants with and without Bars.
2) Installations called "Mesones de Nicaragua".
3) Discotheques and Night Clubs.
4) Casinos, Installations of Racetracks for races with Betting Systems and other Gambling Games. 4.1.1.4. Time Shared Lodging: installations, in buildings or group of buildings, subject to contractual patterns and regulations through which usage rights are acquired over the premises by different persons, in different periods of the year. Such installations may qualify under this Law if it complies with the requirements for Major Lodging Facilities and Hostelry Regulations. 3) The Central Bank of Nicaragua (BCN) and INTUR will establish agreements and mechanisms that stimulate and support the financing as well as the public and private investment necessary for the development of the tourism activity. 4.1.1.3. Apart-Hotels: Set of habitational units in a building or group of buildings, equipped with individual ranges where partial services are provided for cleaning, but not necessarily food, and which comply with the requirements of Major Lodging Facilities and Hostelry Regulations. 4.1.1.5. Motels: Installations oriented towards automobile travellers and tourists that, due to their location on highways and the proximity of parking spaces to the rooms, with cleaning services, but not necessarily food services, which for the effects of this Law comply with the requirements for Major Lodging Facilities and Hostelry Regulations. P.O. Box: 122
Tels: 222-4334 / 222-2962
 Central: 222-3333 / 222-2498 / Ext. 133. 4.1.2.2. Paradores de Nicaragua Program: A program patronised by INTUR to foment and stimulate, with the incentives of this Law and other specific promotion and marketing measures prepared and implemented without cost by the Institute, the creation of a national network of Paradores, which can be new hotel installations, or the existing ones whenever their owner undertakes new investments for the purpose of improving and remodelling said installations in order to qualify under the norms applicable to the Paradores de Nicaragua promoted with the quality seal of INTUR as per Hostelry Regulations. 4.1. Tourism Activity in Services of the Hotel Industry: The ownership and/or the administration of installations providing services for tourists and visitors for public occupancy through payment, jointly or not, with other tourism activities. Said activity varies depending on the category of services, type of installations and type of ownership, as follows: