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The Gangmasters Licensing (Exclusions) Regulations 2013

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement and extent

  3. 2.Circumstances in which a licence is not required

  4. 3.Revocation

  5. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      CIRCUMSTANCES IN WHICH A LICENCE IS NOT REQUIRED

      1. PART 1 Produce workers

        1. 1.The supply of a worker to process or pack produce...

        2. 2.The supply of a worker to process or pack a...

        3. 3.In this Part— “catering establishment” means— a restaurant, canteen, club,...

      2. PART 2 Agricultural workers

        1. 4.(1) The supply of a worker for agricultural work by...

        2. 5.The use of a worker for agricultural work by a...

        3. 6.The supply of a worker by a farmer to a...

        4. 7.(1) The supply of a worker by a sole operator...

        5. 8.The use of a worker for agricultural work by a...

        6. 9.The use of a worker for agricultural work by a...

        7. 10.The use of a worker by a person (A) to...

        8. 11.The use of a worker to harvest crops by a...

        9. 12.The supply of a worker for the purpose of killing...

        10. 13.The supply of a worker by an educational establishment to...

        11. 14.The supply of an apprentice by an Apprentice Training Agency—...

        12. 15.The supply by a person (A) to a farmer of...

        13. 16.(1) The use of a worker for agricultural work by...

        14. 17.The use of a worker by a land agent where—...

        15. 18.The use of a worker by a farmer to plant,...

        16. 19.The supply of volunteers to undertake conservation work.

        17. 20.The use of a worker by A for forestry work...

        18. 21.The use of a worker by a member of the...

        19. 22.The use of a worker by a supplier of vaccines...

        20. 23.The supply or use of a worker to determine the...

        21. 24.The supply of a worker by a person authorised to...

        22. 25.In this Part “farmer” means a person who—

      3. PART 3 Shellfish gatherers

        1. 26.(1) The use of a worker— (a) to dive with...

      4. PART 4

        1. 27.Bodies corporate

        2. 28.Scottish partnerships

  6. Explanatory Note

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