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(1)A levy imposed on persons carrying out a designated primary activity or a designated secondary activity for any period is calculated by reference to the number of chargeable cattle, sheep or pigs.
(2)The Welsh Ministers may, by order, make further provision about levies imposed on persons carrying out a designated primary activity or a designated secondary activity, including, but not limited to, provision about—
(a)rates and components of a levy, and how levies are calculated;
(b)how levies are to be held and paid;
(c)offences for non-compliance;
(d)exceptions from levy payment in certain circumstances;
(e)procedures relating to the imposition (including notification to persons liable to pay a levy of the amount which they are required to pay) and payment and collection of levies.
(3)An order under subsection (2) may make any amendments to this Measure as appear necessary or expedient to the Welsh Ministers in connection with any provisions made under subsection (2).
(4)In this Measure “chargeable cattle, sheep or pigs” (“gwartheg, defaid neu foch y gellir codi ardoll amdanynt”), in relation to a person carrying out a designated primary or secondary activity and in respect of any period for which levy is imposed, means cattle, sheep or pigs in respect of which that activity is carried out in that period.
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