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Commission Decision of 11 June 1992 laying down the criteria for the approval or recognition of organizations and associations which maintain or establish stud-books for registered equidae (92/353/EEC)

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Article 1U.K.

In order to be officially approved or recognized, organizations or associations which maintain or establish stud-books must submit an application to the authorities of the Member State in whose territory their headquarters are situated.

Article 2U.K.

1.The authorities of the Member State concerned must grant official approval or recognition to any organization or association which maintains or establishes a stud-book, provided it meets the conditions laid down in the Annex.

2.However, in a Member State where one or more officially approved or recognized organizations or associations already exist in respect of a given breed, the authorities of that Member State may refuse to recognize a new organization or association:

  • if it endangers the preservation of the breed or jeopardizes the operation or the improvement or selection programme of an existing organization or association, or

  • if equidae of that breed may be entered or registered in a specific section of a stud-book maintained by an organization or association which applies in particular for that section the principles laid down in accordance with point 3 (b) of the Annex by the organization or association which maintains the stud-book of the origin of that breed.

3.Member States shall inform the Commission of any official approval or recognition granted, as well as contested refusals.

4.Where an organization or association in a Member State is refused official approval or recognition, the reasons for the refusal must be communicated in writing to the association or organization.

Article 3U.K.

The authorities of the Member State in question shall withdraw official approval or recognition from any organization or association which maintains a stud-book if it no longer consistently meets the conditions laid down in the Annex.

Article 4U.K.

This Decision is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Brussels, 11 June 1992.

For the Commission

Ray Mac Sharry

Member of the Commission

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