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The Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (Scotland) (No. 3) Regulations 2001

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1. Citation, commencement, extent and cessation

  3. 2. Interpretation

  4. 3. Approvals

  5. 4. Importation of live animals

  6. 5. Dispatch of live animals

  7. 6. Dispatch of fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations

  8. 7. Dispatch of meat products

  9. 8. Dispatch of milk

  10. 9. Dispatch of milk products

  11. 10. Dispatch of semen, etc.

  12. 11. Dispatch of hides and skins

  13. 12. Dispatch of animal products

  14. 13. Exemptions

  15. 14. Endorsement of commercial documents

  16. 15. Third country certificates

  17. 16. Export of Equidae

  18. 17. Offers to dispatch or export

  19. 18. Powers of inspectors

  20. 19. Power of detention

  21. 20. Illegal consignments

  22. 21. Recovery of Costs

  23. 22. Obstruction

  24. 23. Penalties

  25. 24. Offences by bodies corporate

  26. 25. Effect of certificates, etc. issued in another part of the British Islands

  27. 26. Enforcement

  28. 27. Consequential amendments to the Meat Products (Hygiene) Regulations 1994

  29. 28. Consequential amendments to the Fresh Meat (Hygiene and Inspection) Regulations 1995

  30. 29. Consequential amendments to the Minced Meat and Meat Preparations (Hygiene) Regulations 1995

  31. 30. Revocations

  32. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      PERMITTED AREAS

      1. Areas in Scotland

        1. Administrative Unit Local Authority Areas in Scotland B S/G P...

      2. Areas in England

        1. Administrative Unit B S/G P FG WG Bedfordshire consisting of...

      3. Areas in Wales

        1. Administrative Unit B S/G P FG WG Gwynedd consisting of...

        2. In this Schedule–

        3. B = bovine meat;

        4. S/G = sheep and goat meat;

        5. P = pig meat;

        6. FG = farmed game of species susceptible to food-and-mouth disease;...

        7. WG = wild game of species susceptible to food-and-mouth disease;...

        8. + means that the area is one where the animals...

        9. * the three areas listed which consist of Parts of...

        10. # the two areas listed which consist of Parts of...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Cleansing and disinfection certificate

      1. Cleansing and disinfection certificate for means of transport used for the transport of livestock susceptible to foot-and-mouth disease

        1. 1.Declaration of the operator/Driver of transport I, the operator/driver of...

        2. 1.2.Following unloading, the livestock compartment, loading ramps and wheels of...

        3. 2.CERTIFICATE BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITIES SUPERVISING THE CLEANSING AND DISINFECTION OF TRANSPORT

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      REVOCATIONS

      1. (1) (2) (3) Regulations revoked References Extent of revocation The...

  33. Explanatory Note

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