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The Agriculture (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Northern Ireland) Order 1984

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Repeal of enactments relating to agricultureN.I.

Repeal of Live Stock Breeding Act (Northern Ireland) 1922N.I.

18.  The Live Stock Breeding Act (Northern Ireland) 1922F1 (which regulates the keeping of bulls, boars and rams) shall cease to have effect.

Repeal of Marketing of Poultry Act (Northern Ireland) 1949N.I.

19.  The Marketing of Poultry Act (Northern Ireland) 1949F2 (which prescribes quality standards and licensing requirements for the marketing of poultry) shall cease to have effect.

Abolition of felling licencesN.I.

20.  F3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Licensing of slaughter-housesN.I.

21.  In section 1 of the Slaughter-houses Act (Northern Ireland) 1953F4 (licensing of slaughter-houses) subsection (4)(f) (which empowers the Department to refuse a licence if not satisfied that the premises are needed for use as a slaughter-house) shall cease to have effect.

Repeal of Control of Fertilisers Act (Northern Ireland) 1953N.I.

22.  The Control of Fertilisers Act (Northern Ireland) Act 1953F5 (which provides for fertilisers to be sold only by licensed persons) shall cease to have effect.

Art.23 rep. by SR 1995/201

Art.24—Repeals

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