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The Marketing of Fruit Plant Material Regulations 2010

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1

    1. 1.Title and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation

    3. 3.Application

    4. 4.Marketing of plant material for trials etc.

    5. 5.Notices

  3. PART 2

    1. 6.Accreditation of producers

    2. 7.Registration

    3. 8.Revocation etc.

    4. 9.Appeals

    5. 10.Registration of varieties

  4. PART 3

    1. 11.Varieties that may be marketed

    2. 12.Quality requirements for plant material

    3. 13.References to plant material

    4. 14.Accompanying documentation

    5. 15.Marketing of citrus plant material

  5. PART 4

    1. 16.Measures to be taken by producers

    2. 17.Monitoring of production process

    3. 18.Record-keeping

  6. PART 5 etc.

    1. 19.Inspectors

    2. 20.Offences and penalties

    3. 21.Offences by bodies corporate

    4. 22.Offences by partnerships or unincorporated associations

    5. 23.Transitional provisions

    6. 24.Revocations

  7. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Genera and species to which these Regulations apply

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Registration of varieties of fruit plant

      1. 1.Registration

      2. 2.Additional requirements for genetically modified varieties

      3. 3.Additional requirements for products to be used as genetically modified food or feed

      4. 4.Removal from the register

      5. 5.Distinctness

      6. 6.Uniformity

      7. 7.Stability

      8. 8.Interpretation

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Accompanying information

      1. PART 1 Plant material not accompanied by a plant passport

        1. 1.The date of issue of the document.

        2. 2.The words “EU quality”.

        3. 3.The EU member State code.

        4. 4.The name of the responsible official body or its distinguishing...

        5. 5.The registration or accreditation number of the supplier.

        6. 6.The name of the supplier.

        7. 7.The individual serial, week or batch number.

        8. 8.The botanical name of the plant material.

        9. 9.The denomination of the variety or, in the case of...

        10. 10.The quantity of the plant material.

        11. 11.The category of the plant material.

        12. 12.In the case of a genetically modified variety—

      2. PART 2 Plant material accompanied by a plant passport

        1. 1.The words “EU quality”.

        2. 2.The name of the responsible official body or its distinguishing...

        3. 3.The denomination of the variety or, in the case of...

        4. 4.The category of the plant material.

        5. 5.In the case of a genetically modified variety—

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      Powers of inspectors

      1. 1.Powers of entry etc.

      2. 2.Information notice

      3. 3.Prohibition on movement

      4. 4.Enforcement and prohibition notices

      5. 5.Appeals against enforcement and prohibition notices

      6. 6.Compliance with notices

  8. Explanatory Note

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