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Agricultural Marketing Act (Northern Ireland) 1964

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26Interpretation.F1N.I.

(1)In this Act, the following expressions have the meanings hereby assigned to them, that is to say:—

  • “agricultural product” includes any product of agriculture or horticulture and any article of food or drink wholly or partly manufactured or derived from any such product, and fleeces (including all kinds of wool, whether from a living animal or from a dead animal or from the skin of a dead animal) and the skins of animals;

  • “board” means a board administering a scheme and, in relation to any scheme, means the board administering that scheme;

  • “Minister” and “Ministry” respectively mean the Minister and Ministry of Agriculture;

  • “producer” means, in relation to any scheme, any person who produces the regulated product;

  • “regulated product” means, in relation to any scheme, any product the marketing of which is regulated by the scheme, but does not include any product in so far as it is produced outside the area to which the scheme is applicable;

  • “registered”, in relation to any scheme, means registered under that scheme;

  • “regulations” means regulations made by the Ministry under this Act;

  • “scheme” means a scheme under this Act;

  • “United Kingdom Act” means the Agricultural Marketing Act 1958 [1958 c.47] .

(2)For the purposes of a scheme regulating the marketing of livestock of any kind, every person whose business it is to keep livestock of that kind for the purpose of breeding from it or selling it in an improved condition shall (except in so far as the scheme otherwise provides be deemed to produce it.

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