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Exported Animals (Compensation) Act (Northern Ireland) 1952

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F19Assessment committees.N.I.

(1)Every claim for compensation under the last preceding section shall be investigated by a committee (in this Act referred to as an “assessment committee”) consisting of three qualified persons who shall, so far as qualified members of the Trustees are available, be appointed by the Trustees from amongst such members.

(2)In the preceding sub-section the expression “qualified” means in relation to a claim—

(a)respecting cattle or sheep, engaged in the business of exporting cattle or sheep;

(b)respecting pigs, engaged in the business of exporting pigs.

(3)Where qualified members of the Trustees are not available for appointment as members of any assessment committee, other qualified persons shall, on the request of the Trustees, be appointed by the Association to be members of that committee.

(4)Any person shall be disqualified from being a member of an assessment committee investigating a claim in which he has a pecuniary interest.

(5)Assessment committees may be appointed generally or in respect of a particular claim or otherwise as the Trustees may think fit.

(6)The Trustees may appoint one or more than one person resident in Great Britain and engaged in or connected with the business of trading in live stock, to be agent for any assessment committee; and such an agent shall, on being so directed by an assessment committee, inquire into and report to the committee on the value of any animals which are the subject of a claim being investigated by them; and an assessment committee, where such a report is furnished, may assess the value of the animals without themselves proceeding to Great Britain for that purpose.

(7)An agent shall be disqualified from acting in relation to any claim in which he has a pecuniary interest.

F1Ext., 1972 NI 7

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