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The Products of Animal Origin (Third Country Imports) (England) (No. 2) Regulations 2004

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 Introduction

    1. 1.Title, commencement and extent

    2. 2.Interpretation

    3. 3.Exemptions

  3. PART 2 Enforcement

    1. 4.Enforcement authorities and exchange of information

    2. 5.Enforcement by an authorised officer or the Agency in place of local authority

    3. 6.Appointment of official veterinary surgeons and official fish inspectors

    4. 7.Exercise of enforcement powers

    5. 8.Powers of entry and inspection

    6. 9.Powers in relation to documents

    7. 10.Protection of officials acting in good faith

    8. 11.Entry warrants

    9. 12.Local authority returns

    10. 13.Suspension of border inspection posts

    11. 14.Regulatory functions of official fish inspectors

  4. PART 3 Provisions Applicable to Products in General

    1. 15.Prohibition of non-conforming products

    2. 16.Prohibition of introduction of products except at border inspection posts

    3. 17.Advance notice of introduction or presentation

    4. 18.Presentation of products at border inspection posts

    5. 19.Veterinary checks

    6. 20.Common veterinary entry document to accompany consignment

    7. 21.Products which fail veterinary checks

    8. 22.Treatment as animal by-products

    9. 23.Products containing unauthorised substances and excess residues

    10. 24.Consignments and products illegally introduced

    11. 25.Products dangerous to animal or public health

    12. 26.Serious or repeated infringements

    13. 27.Invalidation of veterinary documents

    14. 28.Costs in respect of products redispatched or disposed of

  5. PART 4 On-Board Catering Supplies

    1. 29.Disposal of unused catering supplies

  6. PART 5 Burial of Unused On-Board Catering Supplies in Landfills

    1. 30.Approval of landfills

    2. 31.Operators of landfills

    3. 32.Amendment, suspension and revocation of approvals

    4. 33.Appeals

  7. PART 6 Products Intended for Import

    1. 34.Retention of documents at border inspection posts

    2. 35.Evidence of certification of, and payment for, veterinary checks

    3. 36.Products not intended for the United Kingdom

    4. 37.Products transported under supervision

    5. 38.Transhipment of products intended for import

  8. PART 7 Transit Products

    1. 39.Border inspection posts of entry and exit

    2. 40.Prior authorisation of transit

    3. 41.Physical check of transit products

    4. 42.Movement of transit products

    5. 43.Disposal of returned transit products

  9. PART 8 Products Intended for Warehouses or Ships' Stores

    1. 44.Application of Part 8

    2. 45.Additional information to be given in advance

    3. 46.Physical check of non-conforming products

    4. 47.Exclusion of non-conforming products from warehouses

  10. PART 9 Products Returned from Third Countries

    1. 48.Meaning of “export certificate”

    2. 49.Additional documentation for returned products

    3. 50.Physical check of returned products

    4. 51.Movement of returned products

  11. PART 10 Charges for Veterinary Checks

    1. 52.Payment of charges

    2. 53.Calculation of charges

    3. 54.Conversion of charges to sterling

    4. 55.Liability for charges

    5. 56.Information relating to charges

    6. 57.Appeals against charges paid to local authorities

    7. 58.Appeals against charges paid to the Secretary of State or the Agency

  12. PART 11 Emergency Declarations

    1. 59.Disease outbreaks in third countries

  13. PART 12 Offences and Penalties

    1. 60.Obstruction

    2. 61.Defence of due diligence

    3. 62.Contraventions

    4. 63.Penalties

    5. 64.Offences by bodies corporate

  14. PART 13 Notices and Decisions

    1. 65.Service of notices

    2. 66.Notification of decisions

  15. PART 14 Disapplications and Revocations

    1. 67.Disapplication of existing provisions

    2. 68.Revocations

  16. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Import Conditions

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Equivalence Decisions

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Calculation of Charges for Veterinary Checks

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      Provisions Where Due Diligence Defence is Available

  17. Explanatory Note

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