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The Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Export and Movement Restrictions) (Scotland) (No. 2) Regulations 2007

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5.—(1) Where these Regulations require any approval to be issued or granted by the Scottish Ministers, an equivalent document issued in another part of Great Britain by a competent authority in that part is valid in Scotland.

(2) A licence granted in another part of Great Britain for the same purpose as a licence granted under these Regulations shall, unless the Scottish Ministers direct otherwise, be valid for that purpose in Scotland, and any condition of that licence shall apply in Scotland is if it were in a licence granted under these Regulations.

(3) Where these Regulations require that any declaration is made, an equivalent document made in another part of Great Britain is valid in Scotland.

(4) Where these Regulations require anything to be done in an approved establishment, holding, slaughterhouse or cutting plant in Scotland, anything done in premises approved for the same purpose in another part of Great Britain shall be treated as if it had been approved in Scotland.

(5) Where these Regulations require that a thing is authorised by or done under the supervision or control of the Scottish Ministers, a thing authorised by or done under the supervision or control of the equivalent authority for the same purpose in another part of Great Britain shall be treated as if it had been authorised or done by the Scottish Ministers.

(6) A direction under paragraph (2) shall be in writing, and may be suspended or revoked in writing at any time.

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