17 Enforcement of Community provisions.E+W+S
(1)[F1the Secretary of State] may by regulations make such provision with respect to food, food sources or contact materials, including in particular provision for prohibiting or regulating the carrying out of commercial operations with respect to food, food sources or contact materials, as appears to [F2him ]to be called for by any Community obligation.
(2)As respects any directly applicable Community provision which relates to food, food sources or contact materials and for which, in [F2his] opinion, it is appropriate to provide under this Act, [F1the Secretary of State] may by regulations—
(a)make such provision as [F2he considers] necessary or expedient for the purpose of securing that the Community provision is administered, executed and enforced under this Act; and
(b)apply such of the provisions of this Act as may be specified in the regulations in relation to the Community provision with such modifications, if any, as may be so specified.
(3)In subsections (1) and (2) above references to food or food sources shall be construed in accordance with section 16(5) above.
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