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The Sea Fishing (EU Recording and Reporting Requirements) (Scotland) Amendment Order 2011

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SCHEDULE 1Entries to be inserted into Schedule 1 to the Sea Fishing (EU Recording and Reporting Requirements) (Scotland) Order 2010

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PART 1

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ProvisionDetailed RulesSubject MatterPersons liable
1. The Control Regulation
(ha)Article 63(1), as read with Article 64 and subject to Article 65(2).In relation to registered buyers, registered auctions or other bodies or persons authorised by Member States that are responsible for the first marketing of fisheries products landed in a Member State and have an annual financial turnover in first sales of fisheries products of €200,000 or more—The registered buyer, the registered auction or other authorised body or person responsible for the first sale of the fishery products.
Requirement to: (a) record sales note data by electronic means, and (b) send that data by electronic means to the competent authority of the Member State where the first sale takes place within 24 hours of the first sale.

PART 2

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ProvisionDetailed RulesSubject MatterPersons liable
1. The Control Regulation
(j)Article 67(1).In relation to registered buyers, registered auctions or other bodies or persons authorised by Member States that are responsible for the first marketing of fisheries products landed in a Member State and have an annual financial turnover in first sales of fisheries products of €200,000 or more, and where fisheries products are intended for sale at a later stage—The registered buyer, the registered auction or other authorised body or person responsible for the first sale of the fisheries products.
Requirement to: (a) record take-over declaration data by electronic means, and (b) send that data by electronic means to the competent authority of the Member State where the take-over takes place within 24 hours of landing.
(k)Article 68(1), (3), (5) and (7), subject to Article 68(2) and (8).In relation to fisheries products that are landed in the EU (either unprocessed or having been processed on board), for which neither a sales note nor a take-over declaration has been submitted in accordance with Article 62, 63, 66 or 67 of the Control Regulation, and which are transported to a place other than that of landing—The transporter of fisheries products. (“Transporter” means the owner of, the hirer of, and the person responsible for, any vehicle used to transport fisheries products.)
Requirement to: (a) draw up a transport document; (b) ensure that it accompanies the fisheries products until the first sale; (c) submit the transport document to the competent authority of the Member State where the landing takes place and, where the products are transported to a different Member State, submit a copy of the transport document to the competent authority of the Member State where the first marketing is declared to take place, both within 48 hours of loading the fisheries products, and (d) prove at all times by documentary evidence that a sales transaction has taken place, in cases where fisheries products have been declared as sold in a sales note and are transported to a location other than the place of landing.

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