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3. (1) A person who intends exporting plants, plant products or other objects to a third country may apply to the Secretary of State for a certificate under this Order.
(2) Where the Secretary of State has received an application made under paragraph (1), an authorised officer shall:—
(a)carry out any of the services listed in the first column of Schedule 3 which he considers necessary to allow him to issue the certificate; and
(b)if he is satisfied that a certificate should be issued, issue the certificate on behalf of the Secretary of State.
(3) An authorised officer may authorise any person in writing to inspect grain where such inspection is required to enable that officer to issue the certificate.
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