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The Controlled Drugs (Substances Useful for Manufacture) Regulations 1991

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5.—(1) An operator who is concerned in an export, import or transitoperation involving a scheduled substance shall ensure that he has thedocumentation required by Article 2(1) of the Community Regulation.

In this paragraph,“export”,“import”,“scheduled substance” and“transit” have the same meanings as in the Community Regulation.

(2) The obligations imposed by Article 2(4) of the Community Regulationshall be complied with by the operator mentioned in paragraph (1) ofthis regulation, and in that Article the words“the competent authorities” shall be taken as a reference to the Secretary of State.

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