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5.—(1) Regulation 3(1) (registration) is amended as follows.
(2) After paragraph (1) there is inserted —
“(1A) For the purposes of the registration of any birds listed in the Schedule, the register referred to in paragraph (1) may be any register maintained by the Secretary of State which lists birds in respect of which a relevant certificate has been issued.
(1B) In relation to any birds that are listed or to be listed in any register of a kind referred to in paragraph(1A)—
(a)paragraphs (2) and (4) do not apply; and
(b)paragraphs (2)(a)(iii), (c) and (d) and (3) of regulation 4 do not apply.”.
(3) After paragraph (4) there is added—
“(5) In this regulation, “relevant certificate” means a certificate issued by the Secretary of State (as the relevant management authority) which is referred to in Article 10 of the Council Regulation.
(6) In this regulation, “relevant management authority” means the authority notified to the Depositary Government (within the meaning of Article XX of CITES), under Article IX(2) of CITES, as designated pursuant to Article IX(1) of CITES to carry out the functions of a management authority for the purposes of granting permits or certificates on behalf of the United Kingdom pursuant to CITES.”.
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