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17.—(1) Any person who is aggrieved by a decision specified in paragraph (2) may appeal against that decision to a sheriff court.
(2) A specified decision for the purpose of paragraph (1) is a decision by the Scottish Ministers to refuse to–
(a)register an establishment as a pedigree breeding establishment, other breeding establishment or hatchery under Article 2(1) of Commission Regulation (EC) No. 617/2008, or to withdraw such a registration;
(b)authorise an undertaking as a packing centre to grade eggs under Article 5(2) of Commission Regulation (EC) No. 589/2008, or to withdraw such an authorisation.
(3) Section 37(4) to (6) of the Act has effect in relation to an appeal under this regulation as it has effect in relation to an appeal under that section, but with the omission of–
(a)the references to appeals for which provision is made by regulations under Part II of the Act;
(b)the references to subsection (3) and appeals to the magistrates' court in subsection (5) and (6); and
(c)subsection (5)(b) and the word “or” immediately preceding it.
(4) The withdrawal of a registration or authorisation referred to in paragraph (2) shall not take effect until the time for appealing against it has expired, and, if an appeal is lodged, until the appeal is finally disposed of, withdrawn or abandoned.
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