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The Measuring Equipment (Liquid Fuel delivered from Road Tankers) Regulations 1983

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66.—(1) It shall be lawful to destroy, obliterate or deface a stamp on a meter measuring system, and it shall not be a contravention of section 11(2) of the Act to use such equipment for trade during the relevant period by reason only that a stamp on it has been lawfully destroyed, obliterated or defaced (such destruction, obliteration or defacement being in this Regulation referred to as “the occurrence”) if—

(a)the person responsible for the occurrence is, or is the duly authorised agent of, the proprietor of the equipment or a person who is the manufacturer, or is regularly engaged in the repair, of equipment for measuring liquid fuel;

(b)the occurrence was confined to the stamp protecting a part of the meter measuring system other than the joint in the vent pipe from the gas separator;

(c)after the occurrence access cannot be gained to the calibration mechanism of the meter; and

(d)notification in writing complying with paragraph (2) below of the occurrence has been given by the proprietor of the equipment or his duly authorised agent before the occurrence to the chief inspector of weights and measures for the area in which the equipment is situated.

(2) The notification referred to in paragraph (1) above shall contain the following information:—

(a)the location of, and particulars by which, the road tanker may be identified;

(b)the place where the tanker may be inspected;

(c)the intended date of the occurrence;

(d)the business name and address of the proprietor or other person referred to in paragraph (1)(a) above; and

(e)the name and address of the person giving the notification.

(3) In paragraph (1) above “relevant period” means a period of 28 days beginning with the day on which the notification referred to in that paragraph is given in accordance with that paragraph.

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