Regulations 1993 No.4 of 1993 Stock (Control of Hormonal Growth Promotants) Regulations
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Stock (Control of Hormonal Growth Promotants) Regulations 11. DUTIES IN RELATION TO TREATED STOCK A person who is the owner of stock that are treated shall ensure that any stock treated with a prescribed substance are permanently identifiable by means of the mark prescribed under regulation 10. 12. RECORDS TO BE KEPT BY OWNER OF TREATED STOCK (1) A person who is or becomes the owner of stock that have been treated with a prescribed substance shall make and keep a record of (a) the numbers of any treated stock that have been purchased and the source or sources of each purchase; (b) the numbers of any treated stock that have been sold and the person or persons to whom the sales have been made; and (c) the number of stock owned by him or her that have been treated while on any property owned by him or her. (2) A record made under subregulation (1) shall be retained by the owner of stock for a period of not less that 3 years. (3) An owner of stock who has purchased any stock that is declared to be untreated stock shall keep every declaration given under regulation 13 in relation to such stock together with the record kept under subregulation (1) for the period of 3 years. 13. DUTIES OF OWNER OF STOCK DECLARED UNTREATED STOCK (1) An owner of stock who proposes to sell or consign for sale stock that are declared to be untreated shall, or at the time of selling or consigning such stock, make and sign a vendor's declaration in relation to the stock or each lot of stock, if more than one, in the form of Form 2 that the stock have not, at any time, been treated with a prescribed substance. (2) A duplicate copy of the declaration referred to in subregulation (1) shall be retained by the seller for a period of not less than 2 years after the date of the sale. (3) The original declaration referred to in subregulation (1) shall be given by the seller or his agent to the purchaser of the stock.
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