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The Republic of Belarus (Sanctions) (EU Exit) (Amendment) Regulations 2021

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. PART 1 General

    1. 2.Amendment of the Republic of Belarus (Sanctions) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019

    2. 3.Interpretation

    3. 4.Application of prohibitions and requirements outside the United Kingdom

  4. PART 2 Designation of persons

    1. 5.Power to designate persons

    2. 6.Designation criteria

  5. PART 3 Finance

    1. 7.Financial sanctions

    2. 8.Transferable securities etc.

    3. 9.In regulation 16(1)(a) (circumventing etc. prohibitions), for “regulations 11 to...

  6. PART 4 Trade

    1. 10.Definition of “restricted goods” and “restricted technology”

    2. 11.Further definitions

    3. 12.Definition of “interception and monitoring services”

    4. 13.Interpretation of other expressions used in Part 5

    5. 14.Export of restricted goods and tobacco industry goods

    6. 15.(1) In the heading to regulation 21, after “restricted goods”,...

    7. 16.(1) In the heading to regulation 22, after “restricted goods”,...

    8. 17.(1) In the heading to regulation 23, after “restricted goods”,...

    9. 18.Interception and monitoring services

    10. 19.Dual-use goods and technology

    11. 20.Trade: further provision

  7. PART 5 Aircraft sanctions

    1. 21.Aircraft

  8. PART 6 Exceptions and licences

    1. 22.Finance: exceptions from prohibitions

    2. 23.Exception for authorised conduct in a relevant country

    3. 24.Exception for acts done for purposes of national security or prevention of serious crime

    4. 25.Exceptions: finance

    5. 26.Treasury licences

    6. 27.Trade licences

  9. PART 7 Information, enforcement etc.

    1. 28.Application of information powers in the Customs and Excise Management Act 1979

    2. 29.Disclosure of information

    3. 30.Penalties for offences

    4. 31.Jurisdiction to try offences

    5. 32.Modification of penalties under the Customs and Excise Management Act 1979

    6. 33.Monetary penalties

    7. 34.Maritime enforcement

    8. 35.Trade: overlapping offences

  10. PART 8 Amendments to Schedules

    1. 36.Schedule 1

    2. 37.Interception and monitoring goods and technology; other goods

    3. 38.Treasury licences

  11. Signature

  12. Explanatory Note

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