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Anglo-Portuguese Commercial Treaty Act 1916

1916 CHAPTER 39 6 and 7 Geo 5

An Act to amend the Anglo-Portuguese Commercial Treaty Act, 1914.

[23rd August 1916]

X1Whereas thetreaty of commerce and navigation set out in the Schedule to the M1Anglo-Portuguese Commercial Treaty Act, 1914 (hereinafter referred to as the “principal Act”), has not been ratified, and in order to give effect to the intention of the said treaty it is expedient further to limit the use of the description “port” as applied to wine:

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1 Further limitation of the use of the description “port.”E+W+S+N.I.

(1)The description “port” applied to wine the produce of Portugal, imported into the United Kingdom after the commencement of this Act, shall be deemed to be a false trade description within the meaning of [F1the M2Trade Descriptions Act 1968], if the wine on importation into the United Kingdom was not accompanied by a certificate issued by the competent Portuguese authorities to the effect that it was a wine to which by the law of Portugal the description “port” may be applied, and that Act shall have effect accordingly:

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(1)This Act may be cited as the Anglo-Portuguese Commercial Treaty Act, 1916, and the principal Act and this Act may be cited together as the Anglo-Portuguese Commercial Treaty Acts, 1914 and 1916.

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