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The Dairy Produce Quotas (Wales) Regulations 2002 (revoked)

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1. Title and commencement

  3. 2. Application

  4. 3. Interpretation

  5. 4. Scottish Islands areas

  6. 5. Determination of levy

  7. 6. Milk equivalence of dairy produce

  8. 7. Adjustment of purchaser quota

  9. 8. Transfer of quota with transfer of land

  10. 9. Apportionment of quota

  11. 10. Prospective apportionment of quota

  12. 11. Notification by the National Assembly of apportionment of quota by arbitration

  13. 12. Transfer of quota without transfer of land

  14. 13. National reserve

  15. 14. Temporary transfer of quota

  16. 15. Temporary reallocation of quota

  17. 16. Special allocation of quota

  18. 17. Conversion of quota

  19. 18. Representative fat content of milk

  20. 19. Reallocation of quota and calculation of levy liability

  21. 20. Prevention of avoidance of levy

  22. 21. Payment of levy

  23. 22. Annual statements

  24. 23. Registers to be prepared and maintained by the National Assembly

  25. 24. Inspection of entries in the National Assembly’s registers

  26. 25. Approval and registration of purchasers

  27. 26. Obligations of producers and purchasers with respect to registration and deliveries

  28. 27. Registers as evidence

  29. 28. Information

  30. 29. Withholding or recovery of compensation

  31. 30. Keeping and retention of records

  32. 31. Administrative penalties

  33. 32. Offences and criminal penalties

  34. 33. Confiscation and restoration of quota

  35. 34. Withdrawal of special quota

  36. 35. Revocations

  37. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      APPORTIONMENT AND PROSPECTIVE APPORTIONMENT BY ARBITRATION

      1. 1. Appointment and remuneration of arbitrator

      2. 2.(1) In any case where a prospective apportionment is to...

      3. 3.(1) An arbitrator appointed in accordance with paragraph 1(1) to...

      4. 4.(1) No application may be made to the President for...

      5. 5.Where the National Assembly makes an application to the President...

      6. 6.Any appointment of an arbitrator by the President shall be...

      7. 7.For the purposes of paragraph 1(2) the panel of arbitrators...

      8. 8.If the arbitrator dies, or is incapable of acting, or...

      9. 9.No party to the arbitration shall have power to revoke...

      10. 10.Every appointment, application, notice, revocation and consent under paragraphs 1,...

      11. 11.The remuneration of the arbitrator shall be—

      12. 12. Conduct of proceedings and witnesses

      13. 13.The parties to the arbitration shall, within 35 days of...

      14. 14.The parties to the arbitration and all persons claiming through...

      15. 15.Any person having an interest in the holding to which...

      16. 16.Witnesses appearing at the arbitration shall, if the arbitrator thinks...

      17. 17.The provisions of county court rules as to the issuing...

      18. 18.(1) Subject to sub-paragraphs (2) and (3), any person who—...

      19. 19.(1) Subject to sub-paragraph (2), the judge of the county...

      20. 20.The High Court may order that a writ of habeas...

      21. 21. Award

      22. 22.The award shall be final and binding on the parties...

      23. 23.The arbitrator shall have power to correct in the award...

      24. 24. Reasons for award

      25. 25. Costs

      26. 26.On the application of any party, any such costs shall...

      27. 27.(1) The arbitrator shall, in awarding costs, take into consideration—...

      28. 28. Special case, setting aside award and remission

      29. 29.(1) Where the arbitrator has misconducted himself or herself, the...

      30. 30.(1) The county court may from time to time remit...

      31. 31. Miscellaneous

      32. 32.For the purposes of this Schedule, an arbitrator appointed by...

      33. 33.Any instrument of appointment or other document purporting to be...

      34. 34.The Arbitration Act 1996 shall not apply to an arbitration...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      REALLOCATION OF QUOTA AND CALCULATION OF LEVY LIABILITY

      1. 1. Wholesale quota

      2. 2.In making that determination the National Assembly shall complete in...

      3. 3.The National Assembly shall where necessary authorise an adjustment of...

      4. 4.The National Assembly shall authorise the adjustment by purchasers (to...

      5. 5.The National Assembly shall determine for each purchaser the amount,...

      6. 6.The National Assembly shall determine the total amount, if any,...

      7. 7.The National Assembly shall reallocate the amount, if any, referred...

      8. 8.Where a purchaser fails to notify the National Assembly on...

      9. 9.The National Assembly shall determine the total amount of the...

      10. 10.Where, for any quota year, a purchaser is unable to...

      11. 11.Where— (a) a purchaser has not been approved pursuant to...

      12. 12. Direct sales quota

      13. 13.The National Assembly shall make an award of a temporary...

      14. 14.The National Assembly shall determine the aggregate amount, if any,...

      15. 15.The National Assembly shall determine for each direct seller the...

      16. 16.The National Assembly shall determine the aggregate of the amounts,...

      17. 17.The National Assembly shall determine the total amount of the...

      18. 18.The National Assembly shall calculate the rate of levy per...

      19. 19.Where a direct seller fails to notify the National Assembly...

      20. 20.Where for any quota year a direct seller is unable...

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      KEEPING AND RETENTION OF RECORDS

      1. 1. Records to be kept by purchasers

      2. 2. Records to be kept by producers

      3. 3.A producer, other than a direct seller, who makes wholesale...

      4. 4. Records to be kept by any person undertaking butterfat testing in a laboratory

      5. 5. Records to be kept by hauliers

      6. 6. Records to be kept by processors

      7. 7. Records to be kept by persons buying, selling or supplying milk or milk products obtained directly from a producer or purchaser

      8. 8.In this Schedule, in relation to any records —

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      REVOCATIONS

  38. Explanatory Note

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