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The Poultrymeat (Scotland) Regulations 2011

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Regulation 7(3)

SCHEDULE 2FEES FOR WATER CONTENT CHECKS

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1.  In this Schedule—

“Article 16(1) water content check” means a check of the type mentioned in the first sub-paragraph of Article 16(1) of the Commission Regulation;

“Article 16(2) water content check” means a check of the type mentioned in Article 16(2) of the Commission Regulation;

“Article 16(3) water content check” means a check of the type mentioned in the second sub‑paragraph of Article 16(3) of the Commission Regulation;

“Article 20(2) water content check” means a check of the type mentioned in paragraph (a) of the first sub-paragraph of Article 20(2) of the Commission Regulation;

“Article 20(3) water content check” means a check of the type mentioned in Article 20(3) of the Commission Regulation; and

“Article 20(4) water content check” means a check of the type mentioned in second sub‑paragraph of Article 16(3) of the Commission Regulation, as applying to poultry cuts by virtue of Article 20(4) of that Regulation.

2.  The following table sets out the fees payable in respect of water content checks carried out by the Agency or food authority—

Check

Fee (£)

Article 16(1) water content check42
Article 16(2) water content check297.02
Article 16(3) water content check297.02
Article 20(2) water content check42
Article 20(3) water content check207.02
Article 20(4) water content check207.02

3.  All fees payable under this Schedule are payable to the Agency or food authority within 28 days of the Agency or food authority giving an operator an invoice demanding the payment of the fee, beginning with the day on which the invoice is received.

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