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Plant Variety Rights Regulations (Amendment)

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SR 1989 No. 131 Regulations as made
These Regulations amend the Plant Variety Rights Regulations.
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR15-Aug-1989
Tabled Senate17-Aug-1989
Gazetted 21 Jun 1989
Date of repeal 10 Nov 1994
Repealed by Repeal of the enabling legislation by Plant Breeder's Rights Act 1994

1989 No. 131*1* PLANT VARIETY RIGHTS REGULATIONS*2* (AMENDMENT)

*1* Notified in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette on 21 June 1989.

*2* Statutory Rules 1988 No. 62 as amended by 1988 No. 369.

1989 No. 131 PLANT VARIETY RIGHTS REGULATIONS (AMENDMENT) - REG 1
Commencement

1. These Regulations commence on 1 July 1989.

1989 No. 131 PLANT VARIETY RIGHTS REGULATIONS (AMENDMENT) - REG 2
Principal Regulations

2. In these Regulations, "Principal Regulations" means the Plant Variety Rights Regulations.

1989 No. 131 PLANT VARIETY RIGHTS REGULATIONS (AMENDMENT) - REG 3
Interpretation

3. Regulation 3 of the Principal Regulations is amended by adding at the end the following subregulation:

"(3) In Schedule 1, where the common name of a genus or species of plant, or of a member of a genus or species of plant, is specified in column 3 of an item in that Schedule, that common name does not affect the meaning of the taxon specified in column 2 of that item.".

1989 No. 131 PLANT VARIETY RIGHTS REGULATIONS (AMENDMENT) - REG 4
Declaration of genera and species of plants

4. Regulation 4 of the Principal Regulations is amended by adding at the end the following subregulation:

"(2) For the purposes of subsection 13 (1) of the Act, a genus or species of plant that:
(a) produces fruit, vegetables, nuts or grain legumes that are commonly harvested for consumption by persons or animals;
(b) produces oil seeds that are commonly harvested for extraction of oil or for consumption by persons or animals;
(c) is commonly used as a turfgrass; or
(d) is herbage or a pasture legume commonly used for the purpose of feeding animals; not being a genus or species of plant specified in column 2 of Schedule 1, is declared to be a genus or species to which the Act applies.".

1989 No. 131 PLANT VARIETY RIGHTS REGULATIONS (AMENDMENT) - REG 5
Prescribed fees

5. Regulation 5 of the Principal Regulations is amended:
(a) by omitting "item 7" and substituting "item 11";
(b) by omitting "by the person requesting the act or service".

1989 No. 131 PLANT VARIETY RIGHTS REGULATIONS (AMENDMENT) - REG 6

6. After regulation 5 of the Principal Regulations the following regulation is inserted:

Notice-paragraph 35 (1) (b) of the Act
"6. For the purposes of paragraph 35 (1) (b) of the Act, notice shall be given in writing.".

1989 No. 131 PLANT VARIETY RIGHTS REGULATIONS (AMENDMENT) - REG 7
Schedule 1

7. Schedule 1 to the Principal Regulations is amended:
(a) by adding at the end of the heading to column 3 in Parts I and II "or a member thereof";
(b) by omitting from column 2 in item 7 in Part I "vulgaris";
(c) by omitting from column 2 in item 18 in Part II "annuus";
(d) by omitting from column 2 in item 19 in Part II "sativa";
(e) by omitting from column 2 in item 37 in Part II "tuberosum";
(f) by omitting Part III and substituting the following Parts:

PART III
------------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
Item Genus or species Common name of genus or species
or a member thereof
------------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- 1 Acacia
2 Achimenes
3 Acmena
4 Actinidia Kiwifruit
5 Agapanthus
6 Allium Onion
7 Arachis
8 Begonia
9 Bothriochloa
10 Bromus
11 Callistemon
12 Carthamus tinctorius Safflower
13 Casuarina
14 Choisya
15 Chrysanthemum
16 Cicer Chickpea
17 Cuphea
18 Cyclamen
19 Cyphomandra
20 Dactylus Cocksfoot
21 Daucus carota Carrot
22 Desmanthus
23 Dryandra
24 Duboisia
25 Elaeocarpus
26 Euphorbia pulcherrima Poinsettia
27 Hordeum Barley
28 Impatiens
29 Indigofera
30 Juglans Walnut
31 Kalanchoe
32 Limonium
33 Linum Linseed
34 Litchi
35 Lotus
36 Lupinus
37 Macropidia Black kangaroo paw
38 Mangifera
39 Nephelium
40 Olea
41 Paspalum
42 Pennisetum Millet
43 Pinus
44 Piper
45 Pyrus Pear
46 Rhipsalis
47 Sesamum Sesame
48 Sorghum
49 Streptocarpus
50 Syzygium
51 Telopea
52 Thryptomene
53 Vigna Mungbean
54 Zantedeschia ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ --

PART IV
------------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
Item Genus or Species Common name of the genus or
species or a member thereof
------------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- 1 Abelmoschus Okra
2 Aechynomene Joint vetch
3 Afromomum Guinea grains
4 Agropyron Couch (not Queensland blue)
5 Aira Silvery hair grass
6 Aleurites Tung
7 Alopecurus Kneed foxtail
8 Alysicarpus
9 Amaranthus
10 Anacardium Cashew
11 Ananas Pineapple
12 Annona Custard apple, Soursop
13 Anthoxanthum Sweet vernal grass
14 Apium Celery
15 Areca Betel nut
16 Armoracia Horseradish
17 Arrhenatherum Tall oat grass
18 Artocarpus Jackfruit
19 Asparagus
20 Astragalus Milk vetch
21 Axonopus
22 Azaderachta Neem
23 Bactris Peach palm
24 Banksia
25 Basella Ceylon spinach
26 Bassia
27 Bertholletia Brazil-nut
28 Beta Beet, Silver beet
29 Boronia
30 Bougainvillea
31 Brachiaria Signal grass
32 Briza< Shivery grass
33 Butyrospermum
34 Cajanus Pigeon pea
35 Calopogonium Calopo
36 Camelina
37 Canavalia Jack bean
38 Canna Arrowroot
39 Capsicum Capsicum
40 Carpobrotus Hottentot Fig
41 Carya Pecan
42 Caryocar Souari nut
43 Castanea European plum
44 Cenchrus Buffel grass
45 Centrosema Centro
46 Ceratonia Carob
47 Chloris Rhodes grass
48 Cichorium Chickory, Endive
49 Citrullus Melon
50 Clitoria Butterfly pea
51 Cocos Coconut
52 Coffea Coffee
53 Cola Kola nut
54 Corchorus Jute
55 Corylus Hazel-nut
56 Crambe Crambe
57 Crescentia Calabash
58 Cucumis Rockmelon
59 Cucurbita Pumpkin, Zucchini, Gourd
60 Cyamopsis Guar
61 Cydonia Quince
62 Cynara Globe artichoke
63 Cynosurus Crested dogtail
64 Danthonia Wallaby grass
65 Darwinia
66 Desmodium Desmodium
67 Digitaria Summer grass, Pangola
68 Dimocarpus Longan
69 Dioscorea Yam
70 Diospyros Persimmon
71 Dolichos Lab lab bean
72 Durio Durian
73 Echinochloa Barnyard grass, Japanese millet
74 Ehrharta Veldt grass
75 Elaeis Oil palm
76 Eleusine Crowfoot grass
77 Eragrostis Bay grass
78 Eriobotrya Loquat
79 Eriodendron
80 Eugenia
81 Feijoa Feijoa, Pineapple guava
82 Ficus Fig
83 Galactia Frijolillo
84 Garcinia Mangosteen
85 Ginkgo Gingko
86 Glyceria Floating sweet grass
87 Guizotia Niger
88 Hemerocallis
89 Hibiscus
90 Holcus Yorkshire fog
91 Humulus Hop
92 Hyparrhenia South African blue stem
93 Ilex Holly, Mate
94 Ipomoea Sweet potato, Kankong
95 Jatropha
96 Jessenia
97 Lagurus Harestail
98 Lansium Langsat
99 Lens Lentil
100 Lepidium Garden cress
101 Lespedeza Lespedeza
102 Leucaena Leucaena
103 Lotonosis Lotonis
104 Macroptilium Phasey bean
105 Macrotyloma Lab lab
106 Madhuca 107 Manihot Cassava
108 Manilkara Sapodilla
109 Maranta True arrowroot
110 Melilotus Bokhara clover
111 Melinis Molasses grass
112 Mentha Peppermint
113 Metroxylon Sago palm
114 Moringa
115 Morus Black mulberry
116 Mucuma Velvet bean
117 Murraya Curry leaf
118 Musa Banana
119 Nardus Mat grass
120 Nelumbo Lotus
121 Neonotonia
122 Nicotiana
123 Nipa Nipa palm
124 Notodanthonia Heath grass
125 Oenanthe
126 Onobrychis Sainfoin
127 Orbingnyu Babassu palm
128 Pachyrrhizus Yam bean
129 Papaver Poppy
130 Passiflora Passionfruit
131 Pastinaca Parsnip
132 Perilla Perilla
133 Petroselinum Parsley
134 Phleum Timothy grass
135 Phoenix Date palm
136 Pimelea
137 Pistacia Pistachio
138 Poa Winter grass, Kentucky Blue grass 139 Psidium Guava
140 Psophocarpus Winged bean
141 Psoralea Woolly flowered scurfy pea
142 Puccinellia Puccinellia
143 Pueraria Puero
144 Punica Pomegranate
145 Quararibea South American sapote
146 Raphanus Radish
147 Rheum Rhubarb
148 Rhynhcosia
149 Ribes Gooseberry, Blackcurrant
150 Ricinus Castor
151 Rorippa Watercress
152 Rosmarinus Rosemary
153 Rubus
154 Rungia
155 Salvia Sage, Chia
156 Sambucus Elderberry
157 Santalum Quandong
158 Sapium Tallow tree
159 Sauropus
160 Sechium Choko
161 Shorea
162 Sieglingia Heath grass
163 Simmondsia Jojoba
164 Sinapsis White mustard
165 Spinacia True spinach
166 Stachys Chinese artichoke
167 Stipa Bamboo grass, Needle grass
168 Tamarindus Tamarind
169 Telfairia Fluted pumpkin
170 Teramnus
171 Thaumatococcus
172 Thea Tea
173 Theobroma Cocoa
174 Trichilia
175 Urochloa Sabi grass, Liver grass
176 Vaccinium Cranberry, Blueberry
177 Vateria
178 Verticordia
179 Vicia Faba bean
180 Voandzeia Bambara groundnut
181 Vulpia Vulpia hair grass
182 Xanthosoma Taro
183 Zingiber Ginger
184 Zornia ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ --

1989 No. 131 PLANT VARIETY RIGHTS REGULATIONS (AMENDMENT) - REG 8
Schedule 2

8. Schedule 2 to the Principal Regulations is repealed and the following Schedule substituted:

SCHEDULE 2
Regulation 5
FEES
------------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
Item No. Act, service or occasion in respect of
which fee is payable Fee
------------------------------------------------------------------------------ --
$
1 On lodgment of an application under subsection 15
(1) for plant variety rights 350
2 On making a request under subsection 19 (1) to vary
an application 65
3 On lodgment of an objection under subsection 20 (1)
180
4 Giving a copy under section 21 of an application or
an objection 60
5 For consideration of an application that has been
accepted under subsection 18 (1) 1200
6 On grant of plant variety rights under section 26 235
7 Amendment of the Register under subsection 31 (1) 120
8 On making an application under subsection 35 (7)
for the revocation of plant variety rights 700
9 On making a request under subsection 39 (4) 120
10 Giving a copy under section 49 of an entry in the
Register 60
11 On each anniversary of the grant of plant variety
rights to the grantee 235
12 On providing copies of a publication in relation to
plant varieties $7.00 for the
first 10 pages
and 50c per
page thereafter
13 For the undertaking, upon request of a person, by
the Secretary or the Registrar of any work required
or authorised under the Act and for which a fee is
not prescribed under any other item $60 per hour or
part thereof