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The Food (Meat Inspection) (Scotland) Regulations 1988

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PART IVTRANSFER OF MEAT FROM ONE SLAUGHTERHOUSE TO ANOTHER

Need for inspector’s statement

10.  Any meat which does not bear a health mark in terms of Schedule 4 may be brought into a slaughterhouse other than that in which it was inspected only if there is produced, to the person having charge of the slaughterhouse into which the meat is to be brought, a statement signed by the inspector who inspected the meat that it has been inspected by him and is fit for human consumption.

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