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Plant Health (Wood and Bark) (Amendment) Order (Northern Ireland) 1996

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Amendment of the Plant Health (Wood and Bark) Order (Northern Ireland) 1993

7.  For Article 8 (Requirements for plant passports), there shall be substituted the following:—

8.(1) Subject to Article 6A—

(a)there shall not be landed any wood or isolated bark which is specified in column (2) of Section II of Part A of Schedule 4 or in column (2) of Part B of that Schedule (other than wood of conifers actually in use as dunnage or wood of conifers which has been stripped of its bark), and has been consigned directly from a Member State, Great Britain, the Isle of Man or any of the Channel Islands;

(b)a person shall not move or cause to permit to be moved within Northern Ireland any wood or isolated bark specified in column (2) of Section II of Part A of Schedule 4 or in column (2) of Part B of that Schedule (other than wood of conifers actually in use as dunnage or wood of conifers which has been stripped of its bark),

unless that wood or isolated bark is accompanied by a plant passport valid for Northern Ireland.

(2) Subject to Article 6A, a person shall not consign directly from Northern Ireland to a Member State or to Great Britain, the Isle of Man or any of the Channel Islands any wood, isolated bark or other object specified in column (2) of Part A of Schedule 5 (other than wood of conifers actually in use as dunnage or wood of conifers which has been stripped of its bark) unless that wood, isolated bark or other object is accompanied by a plant passport.

(3) Subject to Article 6A, a person shall not consign directly from Northern Ireland to a protected zone listed in column (4) of Part B of Schedule 5 any wood or isolated bark specified opposite thereto in column (2) (other than wood of conifers actually in use as dunnage or wood of conifers which has been stripped of its bark) unless that wood or isolated bark is accompanied by a plant passport valid for that protected zone..

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