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Regulations 1993 No.4 of 1993 Stock (Control of Hormonal Growth Promotants) Regulations



Regulations 1993 No.4 of 1993 Stock (Control of Hormonal Growth Promotants) Regulations

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Stock (Control of Hormonal Growth Promotants) Regulations 16. DECLARATION SYSTEMS (1) Notwithstanding anything in these regulations, for the purpose of facilitating the attainment of the objects of the Act, the Chief Inspector may devise or approve of systems of declarations and returns that ensure that treated stock and carcasses are separately identifiable from untreated stock and carcasses. (2) A person who complies with the provisions of a system devised or approved by the Chief Inspector under subregulation (1) is deemed to comply with the relevant provisions of these Regulations. 17. PERIOD OF REGISTRATION Registration of a person under these Regulations is valid for a period of 1 year commencing from the date of registration and may be renewed on application and payment of the prescribed fee to the Chief Inspector. 18. SUSPENSION OR CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION The Chief Inspector may suspend or cancel the registration of a person who is registered under these Regulations if the Chief Inspector is satisfied that the person has contravened or failed to comply with these Regulations. 19. DECLARATION NOT TO BE DEFACED A person shall not alter, obliterate or deface a declaration made under these Regulations. 20. FEES The fees set out in Schedule 1 are payable in relation to the matters set out in that Schedule. 21. OFFENCES A person who contravenes or fails to comply with these regulations commits an offence. Penalty: $5,000. SCHEDULE 1 FEES Registration or renewal of seller of prescribed substances $200.

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