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10(1)The question of what is whole-time work in forestry, or work in forestry as a permit worker, for the purposes of this Part of this Schedule shall be determined in the same way as what is whole-time work in agriculture, or work in agriculture as a permit worker, is determined for the purposes of Part I of this Schedule, and for that purpose all work which is not work in forestry shall be disregarded.E+W
(2)For the purposes of this Part of this Schedule a person is employed in forestry as a whole-time worker if he is employed to work in forestry by the week, or by any period longer than a week, and the number of hours for which he is employed to work in forestry, or in activities incidental to forestry, in any week is not less than the standard number of hours.
(3)For the purposes of this Part of this Schedule a person is employed in forestry as a permit worker if he is employed in forestry and there is in force in relation to him a permit granted under section 5 of the M1Agricultural Wages Act 1948.
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