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30.—(1) The Plant Protection Products Regulations 2005 and the Plant Protection Products (Scotland) Regulations 2005 are saved for the purposes of deciding applications for approvals of plant protection products referred to in Article 80(5). Any approval granted under either of those sets of Regulations or the 1986 Regulations, following such an application, shall be deemed to be granted under Regulation 1107/2009.
(2) Any plant protection product that has a valid approval granted—
(a)by, or on behalf of, the Secretary of State or the Scottish Ministers under the 1986 Regulations;
(b)by, or on behalf of, the Secretary of State under the Plant Protection Products Regulations 2005; or
(c)by, or on behalf of, the Scottish Ministers under the Plant Protection Products (Scotland) Regulations 2005,
when these Regulations come into force is deemed to be authorised in accordance with Regulation 1107/2009.
(3) Any conditions or requirements in an approval referred to in paragraph (2) are deemed to be requirements made under Article 31(2).
(4) Any parallel trade approval granted by, or on behalf of, the Secretary of State or the Scottish Ministers which is valid when these Regulations come into force is deemed to be a parallel trade permit granted in accordance with Article 52.
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