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3. In this Part and in Schedule 1 any reference to a numbered Article or Annex is a reference to the Article or Annex so numbered in Regulation 767/2009.
4.—(1) Subject to the transitional provisions contained in Article 32, any person who contravenes or fails to comply with any provision of Regulation 767/2009 specified in Schedule 1 is guilty of an offence.
(2) Where, pursuant to Article 17(2)(c), the name of a specific feed material may be replaced by the name of the category to which the feed material belongs, only the categories listed in the Annex to Directive 82/475 may be indicated.
5.—(1) Each feed authority in its area or district as the case may be is the competent authority for the purposes of —
(a)Article 5(3), 13(1)(a) and 17(3) and Annex VII, Chapter 1, paragraph 8; and
(b)Article 13(1)(b) as the competent authority that may request scientific substantiation of a claim and to whose attention purchasers have the right to bring doubts regarding the truthfulness of a claim.
(2) The Food Standards Agency is the competent authority for the purposes of —
(a)Article 26(1)(b); and
(b)Article 13(1)(b) as the competent authority that may submit to the Commission doubts concerning the scientific substantiation of a claim.
(3) The Food Standards Agency and each feed authority in its area or district as the case may be is the competent authority for the purposes of Article 5(2).
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