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Marketing of Potatoes Act (Northern Ireland) 1964

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3Inspection of[F1 ware potatoes]F1 being sent out of Northern Ireland.N.I.

(1)A person shall not either by himself or by any servant or agent of his send or attempt to send any[F1 ware potatoes]F1 out of Northern Ireland[F1 to a relevant destination]F1 unless—

(a)the[F1 ware potatoes]F1 have been presented to an authorised officer for inspection at such convenient place and at such convenient time as the Ministry may from time to time appoint;

(b)the[F1 ware potatoes]F1 have been inspected [F2 by sample or otherwise] by an authorised officer and a certificate has been issued by him to the effect that the[F1 ware potatoes]F1 have been inspected by him, are of the prescribed standard of quality and have been graded, packed and labelled in the prescribed manner; and

(c)the[F1 ware potatoes]F1 are, for the period during which they remain in Northern Ireland after being inspected under paragraph ( b), accompanied by the certificate issued under that paragraph.

(2)A certificate of an authorised officer for the purposes of subsection (1) shall be valid for such period as shall be specified therein but an authorised officer may inspect [F2 by sample or otherwise] any[F1 ware potatoes]F1 previously inspected under subsection (1) and may cancel any certificate relating to such[F1 ware potatoes]F1 if he is satisfied that the quality, grading, packing or labelling of the[F1 ware potatoes]F1 [F3 does not] conform to the prescribed standards.

[F1(2A)A person shall not either by himself or by any servant or agent of his send or attempt to send any ware potatoes out of Northern Ireland to a destination which is in the United Kingdom or in any other Member State unless the potatoes are of the prescribed standard of quality and have been graded, packed and labelled in the prescribed manner.

(2B)The Department may, if so requested by any person, make arrangements for ware potatoes intended to be sent out of Northern Ireland to a destination which is in the United Kingdom or in any other Member State to be presented, inspected and (where appropriate) certified under subsection (1) as if they were intended to be sent out of Northern Ireland to a relevant destination.]

F1(3)There shall be payable to the Ministry, in respect of an inspection of[F1 ware potatoes]F1 for the purposes of this section, a fee of such amount, calculated in such manner and payable at such time and by such person as may, with the approval of the Ministry of Finance, be prescribed.

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F21975 NI 8

F31975 NI 8

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