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The Plant Protection Products Regulations 2011

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement, extent and review

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Competent Authority

  5. 4.Co-ordinating national authority

  6. 5.Emergency measures

  7. 6.Enforcement

  8. 7.Powers of authorised persons

  9. 8.Evidence of authorisation

  10. 9.Placing on the market and use

  11. 10.Seeds treated with plant protection products

  12. 11.Parallel trade permits and permits for trial purposes

  13. 12.Use of plant protection products

  14. 13.The provision of information on potentially harmful or unacceptable effects

  15. 14.Adjuvants

  16. 15.The sharing of tests and studies involving vertebrate animals

  17. 16.Packaging and presentation

  18. 17.Labelling

  19. 18.Advertising

  20. 19.Record keeping

  21. 20.The provision of information

  22. 21.Non-compliance with notices

  23. 22.Obstruction of an authorised person

  24. 23.Offence

  25. 24.Offences by bodies corporate

  26. 25.Defences

  27. 26.Penalties

  28. 27.Service of documents

  29. 28.Agency arrangements

  30. 29.Application to the Crown

  31. 30.Savings and transitionals

  32. 31.Amendments and revocations

  33. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Powers of authorised persons

      1. 1.Powers of entry

      2. 2.Search warrants

      3. 3.Execution of warrants

      4. 4.General powers

      5. 5.Power of authorised person to use reasonable force

      6. 6.Protection of authorised persons

      7. 7.Seizure and disposal of products and requirements to recover or export

      8. 8.Enforcement Notices

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Adjuvants

      1. 1.An adjuvant is authorised for use with an authorised plant...

      2. 2.An adjuvant is authorised for use with an authorised plant...

      3. 3.The Secretary of State and the Scottish Ministers may, in...

      4. 4.The Secretary of State and the Scottish Ministers shall, in...

      5. 5.The Secretary of State and the Scottish Ministers may, in...

      6. 6.The Secretary of State and the Scottish Ministers shall, upon...

      7. 7.(1) In paragraph 5(c)(i), “literature relating to the adjuvant” means—...

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Service of documents

      1. 1.The provisions of this Schedule apply to the service of...

      2. 2.A notice or requirement may be served on, or given...

      3. 3.In the case of a body corporate, a notice or...

      4. 4.In the case of a partnership, a notice or requirement...

      5. 5.If a person to be served with, or given, a...

      6. 6.For the purposes of this Schedule, “proper address” means—

      7. 7.In this Schedule, “partnership” includes a Scottish partnership.

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      Amendments

    5. SCHEDULE 5

      Revocations

  34. Explanatory Note

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