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Food Standards Act 1999

Section 37: Subordinate legislation

142.This section groups together the general provisions relating to the manner in which the powers in the Act to make subordinate legislation may be used. These are the powers:

  • to modify statutory bars on disclosure of information to the Agency (in section 25);

  • to establish a notification system for food borne diseases (in section 27);

  • to apply the Food Safety Act 1990 or the corresponding Northern Ireland legislation to feedingstuffs (in sections 30 and 31); and

  • to make Orders in Council relating to the constitution of the Agency and the consequences of the Scottish Parliament or Northern Ireland Assembly removing functions from the Agency (in sections 32 and 33).

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