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Agricultural Marketing Act (Northern Ireland) 1964

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. Whole Act repealed in relation to the Milk Marketing Board...

  3. Agricultural Marketing Schemes Framing of marketing schemes. (1) A scheme regulating the marketing of any agricultural product,...

    1. Agricultural Marketing Schemes

      1. 1.Framing of marketing schemes.

      2. 2.Approval of schemes.

      3. 3.Constitution of boards to administer schemes.

      4. 4.Register of producers and lists.

      5. 5.Regulation of sales of regulated product.

      6. 6.Further provisions as to marketing of regulated product and provisions for encouragement of co-operation, education and research.

      7. 7.Miscellaneous provisions of schemes.

      8. 8.Penalties for contravention of schemes.

    2. Financial Powers and Duties of Boards

      1. 9.Schemes to provide for establishment of a fund, payment of contributions, etc.

      2. 10.Power of marketing boards to make loans and grants and to enter into guarantees.

      3. 11.Borrowing power of boards and application of loans and grants made to boards.

    3. Effect of Schemes on Contracts

      1. 12.Effect of schemes on contracts.

      2. 13.Registration of certain contracts.

    4. Powers of the Minister and the Ministry

      1. 14.Directions by Minister to boards as respects certain matters.

      2. 15.Temporary directions by Minister.

      3. 16.Savings for effect of sections 14 and 15 and provisions as to orders thereunder.

      4. 17.Power of the Ministry to make regulations and orders.

      5. 18.Employment of officers and payment of members.

      6. 19.Inspection of premises and furnishing of returns.

    5. Financial Provisions

      1. 20.Provisions as to expenses of the Ministry, licence fees and guarantees.

    6. General and Supplementary

      1. 21.Power of marketing boards to negotiate with other persons.

      2. 22.Power of marketing boards to co-operate with boards in Great Britain for purposes of s.7 of the United Kingdom Act.

      3. 23.Restrictions on disclosing information or returns.

      4. 24.Prosecutions and fines.

      5. 25.Parliamentary control of regulations and orders.

      6. 26.Interpretation.

      7. S. 27 rep. by SLR 1973

      8. 28.Short title.


    1. SCHEDULE 1


      1. PART I Approval of schemes (1) Before approving a scheme, the Ministry shall cause to be published,...

        1. Approval of schemes

          1. 1.Before approving a scheme, the Ministry shall cause to be published, in the Belfast Gazette...

          2. 2.Every objection must be sent to the Ministry in writing and must state the grounds...

          3. 3.Where an objection has been duly made to a scheme by a person affected thereby...

          4. 4.The Ministry may by regulations provide for such matters as it thinks necessary regarding an...

          5. 5.After considering any objections and representations duly made with respect to the scheme as framed...

      2. PART II Revocation and cesser of schemes (6) Where a scheme is revoked by a subsequent scheme...

        1. Revocation and cesser of schemes

          1. 6.Where a scheme is revoked by a subsequent scheme approved by an order of the...

          2. 7.The Ministry shall revoke a scheme (a) if an order is made for the winding...

          3. 8.The board administering a scheme shall not be deemed to be dissolved by reason only...

    2. SCHEDULE 2


      1. 1.The board shall be constituted by the scheme as a body corporate and, subject to...

      2. 2.The scheme shall provide for notification to the Ministry of the address of the office...

      3. 3.The scheme shall provide for the winding up of the board, and for that purpose...

      4. 4.For the purpose of section 349 of the Companies Act (Northern Ireland) 1960, the principal...

      5. 5.Paragraph ( b ) of sub-section (5) of section 349 of the Companies Act (Northern...

      6. 6.A petition for winding up a board may be presented by the Ministry as well...

      7. 7.In the event of the winding up of a board, every person who at any...

      8. 8.In paragraph 7 the expression “the relevant period” means— (a) where the scheme has been...

    3. Schedule 3 rep. by SLR 1973

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