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Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Orders 1985

Authoritative Version
Orders/Other as amended, taking into account amendments up to Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Amendment Orders 2005 (No. 2)
Registered 11 Jul 2005
Start Date 01 Jul 2005
End Date 30 Nov 2010
Date of repeal 01 Apr 2021
Repealed by Sunsetting

Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Orders 1985

as amended

made under regulation 3 of the

This compilation was prepared on 4 July 2005
taking into account amendments up to Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Amendment Orders 2005 (No. 2)

Prepared by the Office of Legislative Drafting and Publishing,
Attorney-General’s Department,
Canberra


Contents

Part 1                    Preliminary

                        1     Name of Orders [see Note 1]                                                                4

                        2     Commencement                                                                                  4

                        3     Incorporation with Prescribed Goods (General) Orders                            4

                        4     Application                                                                                          4

                        5     Interpretation                                                                                       4

                      5A     Application of orders to certain kinds of goods derived from poultry           6

Part 2                    Registered establishments

                        6     Preparation in registered establishment                                                 7

                      6A     Separate registration                                                                            7

                        7     Compliance with Australian Standards, etc                                            7

                      7A     Office for veterinary officer                                                                     7

Part 3                    Conditions or restrictions

                        8     Conditions or restrictions to be complied with                                         9

Part 4                    Application of official marks and other stamps

                        9     Official mark to be applied                                                                  10

                       10     Optional application of official mark                                                      10

                       11     Application of stamp to poultry or rabbits not prepared under supervision 10

                       12     Legibility and fixing of official mark etc                                                 11

                       13     Means of applying official mark to surface of prescribed goods               11

Part 5                    Prescribed tag

                       14     Information to be included on tag                                                         12

Part 6                    Sealing of cartons

                       15     Carton sealing for foreign country                                                        13

Part 7                    Sealing of means of transport, container system units, ships, establishment and samples

                       20     Sealing of means of transport                                                              14

                       21     Sealing of container system units                                                        14

                       22     Sealing of ships etc                                                                           14

                       23     Sealing of establishment                                                                    15

                       24     Sealing of samples                                                                            15

                       25     Application of seals                                                                            15

                       26     Seals not to be broken                                                                       15

                       27     Breakage of seals during transport                                                      15

Part 8                    Date marking

                       28     Prescribed goods to be date marked                                                   16

                       29     Date of packaging                                                                              16

                       30     Code to be approved when used                                                          16

                       31     Design of date of packaging other than for cans                                    16

                       32     Legibility of date of packaging                                                             17

                       33     Altering or interfering with date of packaging prohibited                          17

                       34     Expiry date or shelf life                                                                       17

Part 9                    Exotic disease

                       35     Implementation of emergency procedures                                            18

                       36     Notification of State or Territory authorities                                           18

                       37     Procedures to be implemented                                                            18

                       38     Procedures to be maintained until advised otherwise                             19

                       39     Obligations of occupier of registered establishment                               19

Part 10                  Export certification and trade descriptions

                       40     Ante and Post Mortem Certification                                                     20

                       41     Requirements to be complied with                                                       20

Part 11                  Ancillary meat inspection services

                       42     Application for inspection services                                                       21

                       43     Meaning of inspection services in Part 11                                            21

Schedule 1             Inspection stamp for poultry or rabbits                                            22

Schedule 2             Trade descriptions                                                                           23

Notes                                                                                                                              41

 

 


Part 1                 Preliminary

  

1              Name of Orders [see Note 1]        

                These Orders are the Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Orders 1985.

2              Commencement

                These Orders shall come into operation on 29 April 1985.

3              Incorporation with Prescribed Goods (General) Orders

                These Orders shall be read as one with the Export Control (Prescribed Goods — General) Order 2005.

4              Application

        4.1   These Orders apply to the following goods:

                (a)    game meat;

               (b)    game meat products;

                (c)    poultry meat;

               (d)    poultry meat products;

                (e)    rabbit meat; and

                (f)    rabbit meat products.

        4.2   Goods to which these Orders apply are declared to be prescribed for the purposes of the definition of prescribed goods in section 3 of the Export Control Act 1982.

5              Interpretation

        5.1   In these Orders, unless the contrary intention appears:

boiler Fowl means a female bird which has reached maturity.

dressed whole bird means the body of a slaughtered bird of an avian species specified in these Orders after:

                (a)    bleeding;

               (b)    plucking;

                (c)    evisceration of the internal digestive, respiratory, excretory, reproductive and circulatory organs; and

the removal of:

               (d)    the trachea, oesophagus and crop;

                (e)    the head at or near the occipital joint; and

                (f)    the feet between the tibiotarsus — tarsometatarsus (hock joint).

edible means suitable for human consumption.

exotic disease means:

                (a)    African swine fever;

               (b)    classical swine fever or hog cholera;

                (c)    foot and mouth disease;

               (d)    swine vesicular disease;

                (e)    vesicular exanthema; and

                (f)    vesicular stomatitis.

game animal means a wild animal, other than a bird or rabbit, that has been killed in its habitat by a shot from a firearm.

game meat means any part of a game animal intended for human consumption.

game meat product means a food that has been processed beyond boning, slicing or trimming, other than soup, that is suitable for human consumption, being a food that:

                (a)    has been prepared from game meat; or

               (b)    contains in excess of 5% by mass of game meat.

giblets means the heart, gizzard and liver and may include other visceral material.

gizzard means the muscular stomach (ventriculus), devoid of contents.

poultry means:

                (a)    domesticated fowl, ducks, geese or turkeys; and

               (b)    any other kind of bird from which prescribed goods are derived and which are intended to be exported to a country which requires goods of that kind to comply with any condition or restriction specified in orders.

poultry meat means a part of poultry that is intended for human consumption.

poultry meat product means a food that has been processed beyond boning, slicing or trimming, other than soup, that is suitable for human consumption, being a food that:

                (a)    has been prepared from poultry meat; or

               (b)    contains in excess of 5% by mass of poultry meat.

prescribed tag means a tag containing the trade description details specified in Schedule 2 of these Orders.

rabbit includes a hare.

rabbit meat means a part of a rabbit that is intended for human consumption.

rabbit meat product means a food that has been processed beyond boning, slicing or trimming, other than soup, that is suitable for human consumption, being a food that:

                (a)    has been prepared from rabbit meat; or

               (b)    contains in excess of 5% by mass of rabbit meat.

ratite means an emu, ostrich or other species of flightless bird.

spur means a bone spur core which arises from the inner side of the shaft of the tarsometatarsus approximately two-thirds distally along the shaft.

        5.2   A reference in these Orders to the Exports (Meat) Regulations is a reference to those Regulations as in force on 31 December 1982.

        5.3   In these Orders, the words ‘Penal provision’ at the foot of any provision indicate that a contravention of the provision is a contravention for the purposes of regulation 4 of the Regulations.

5A           Application of orders to certain kinds of goods derived from poultry

                A condition or restriction specified in orders applies to prescribed goods deriving from any poultry other than domesticated fowl, ducks, geese or turkeys only to the extent that a condition or restriction of that kind is required to apply to prescribed goods of that kind by the country to which those prescribed goods are intended to be exported.

 


 

Part 2                 Registered establishments

6              Preparation in registered establishment

                Prescribed goods to which these Orders apply shall be prepared in a registered establishment except that game animals or rabbits may be partly eviscerated before they are brought to an establishment.

6A           Separate registration

                An establishment that is intended to be used to:

                (a)    dress, bone, manufacture, chill or freeze prescribed goods derived from game animals; or

               (b)    dress rabbits;

shall be registered only for the operations specified in paragraph (a) or the operation specified in paragraph (b) and shall not be concurrently registered for an operation which includes the preparation (other than storage) of prescribed goods to which the Export Control (Meat and Meat Products) Orders 2005 apply.

7              Compliance with Australian Standards, etc

                The occupier of a registered establishment preparing prescribed goods to which these Orders comply must comply with the requirements specified in order 7A and:

                (a)    if the prescribed goods are game meat or game meat products — the Australian Standard for Hygienic Production of Game Meat for Human Consumption (AS 4464:1997); or

               (b)    if the prescribed goods are poultry meat or poultry meat products, being goods derived from poultry other than ratites — the Australian Standard for Construction of Premises and Hygienic Production
of Poultry Meat for Human Consumption (Second edition) (AS 4465:2001); or

                (c)    if the prescribed goods are poultry meat or poultry meat products, being goods intended for human consumption that are derived from ratites — the Australian Standard for Hygienic Production of Ratite (Emu/Ostrich) Meat for Human Consumption (AS 5010:2001); or

               (d)    if the prescribed goods are rabbit meat and rabbit meat products — the Exports (Meat) Regulations.

7A           Office for veterinary officer

                        Where an authorized officer, who is a veterinary officer, is required to be present at an establishment during the preparation of prescribed goods, a lockable office having a minimum floor area of nine square metres shall be provided for the exclusive use of that officer which shall be equipped with:

                (a)    a telephone;

               (b)    a desk;

                (c)    a chair;

               (d)    a lockable metal cabinet;

                (e)    an approved locker; and

                (f)    where the floor is not treated with a treatment approved by the Secretary, a floor covering.


 

Part 3                 Conditions or restrictions

8              Conditions or restrictions to be complied with

        8.1   For the purposes of subsection 7 (1) of the Act, the export of prescribed goods to which these Orders apply is prohibited unless the conditions or restrictions specified in these Orders and:

                (a)    if the prescribed goods are game meat or game meat products — the Australian Standard for Hygienic Production of Game Meat for Human Consumption (AS 4464:1997); or

               (b)    if the prescribed goods are poultry meat or poultry meat products, being goods derived from poultry other than ratites — the Australian Standard for Construction of Premises and Hygienic Production
of Poultry Meat for Human Consumption (Second edition) (AS 4465:2001); or

                (c)    if the prescribed goods are poultry meat or poultry meat products, being goods intended for human consumption that are derived from ratites — the Australian Standard for Hygienic Production of Ratite (Emu/Ostrich) Meat for Human Consumption (AS 5010:2001); or

               (d)    if the prescribed goods are rabbit meat and rabbit meat products — the Exports (Meat) Regulations;

                are complied with.

        8.2   Suborder 8.1 does not limit the operation of the Export Control (Prescribed Goods — General) Order 2005 in relation to prescribed goods to which these Orders apply.

 


 

Part 4                 Application of official marks and other stamps

9              Official mark to be applied

                Where prescribed goods have been prepared under the supervision of an authorized officer, inspected by an authorized officer and passed for export, an official mark, the design of which is specified in Part 13 of the Export Control (Prescribed Goods — General) Order 2005 as amended, shall be applied to:

                (a)    game meat in the form of bone-in carcases or bone-in portions of a carcase that have not been divided into primal or smaller cuts; and

               (b)    a prescribed tag that shall be attached to game meat in the form of bone-in carcases or bone-in portions of a carcase that have not been divided into primal or smaller cuts; and

                (c)    one side of a tag that is at least 75mm x 75mm that shall be permanently affixed to a bag in which game meat in the form of bone-in carcases or bone-in portions of a carcase that have not been divided into primal or smaller cuts are packed; or

               (d)    the outside of a carton, barrel or cask into which the goods are packed.

10            Optional application of official mark

                Subject to order 9, where prescribed goods have been:

                (a)    derived from a carcase that has been subjected to a public health inspection by;

               (b)    prepared under the supervision of; and

                (c)    passed for export by;

an authorized officer, an official mark, the design of which is specified in Part 13 of the Export Control (Prescribed Goods — General) Order 2005 as amended, may be applied to:

               (d)    goods being game meat;

                (e)    goods being edible game offal;

                (f)    an intermediate package into which the goods are packed;

                (g)    a tag placed in an outer carton into which the goods are packed;

                (h)    a tag affixed to a container system unit into which the goods are packed; or

                 (i)    a seal in accordance with order 15.

11            Application of stamp to poultry or rabbits not prepared under supervision

                Where prescribed goods being:

                (a)    poultry meat or poultry meat products; or

               (b)    rabbit meat or rabbit meat products;

do not comply with paragraphs 10 (a) and (b), but have been:

                (c)    passed for export by an authorized officer; and

               (d)    packed in a carton or other covering;

the outside of the carton or other covering shall be stamped by, or at the direction of, an authorized officer with an inspection stamp in accordance with the design specified in the Schedule 1.

12            Legibility and fixing of official mark etc

                An:

                (a)    official mark referred to in order 9 or 10; or

               (b)    inspection stamp referred to in order 11;

shall be applied so that it is legible and affixed in a reasonably permanent manner.

13            Means of applying official mark to surface of prescribed goods

                Where an official mark referred to in order 9 or 10 is applied directly to the surface of prescribed goods, the mark shall be applied by means of:

                (a)    a thermal process;

               (b)    a food grade dye approved by the Secretary; or

                (c)    any other method approved by the Secretary.


 

Part 5                 Prescribed tag

14            Information to be included on tag

                For the purposes of these Orders, a prescribed tag shall contain:

                (a)    the official mark, the design of which is specified in Part 13 of the Export Control (Prescribed Goods — General) Order 2005;

               (b)    the date of packaging;

                (c)    the name, or the name and logo, of the producer, exporter or consignee;

               (d)    the word ‘Australia’; and

                (f)    the net mass of the prescribed goods.


 

Part 6                 Sealing of cartons

15            Carton sealing for foreign country

                Where the occupier of a registered establishment wishes to seal a carton into which prescribed goods are packed to satisfy the requirements of a foreign country authority, the seal shall:

                (a)    be made from treated paper or other suitable material that will withstand normal commercial storage and transport conditions;

               (b)    be white in colour and may contain a serial number or other details required by the foreign country authority;

                (c)    firmly adhere to the carton;

               (d)    have the following dimensions:

                          (i)    length — not less than 125 mm and not more than 160 mm;

                         (ii)    width — not less than 45 mm and not more than 75 mm; and

                (e)    be applied in accordance with the requirements of the foreign country authority;

and the authorized officer supervising the packing may permit the application to the seal of an impression of an official mark, the design of which is specified in Part 13 of the Export Control (Prescribed Goods — General) Order 2005, in such a manner as the occupier requests to meet the requirements of that foreign country authority.

 


 

Part 7                 Sealing of means of transport, container system units, ships, establishment and samples

20            Sealing of means of transport

                Where prescribed goods (other than canned goods or goods derived from poultry or rabbits) are being moved between registered establishments or to a port, the loading doors and access ports to:

                (a)    the storage area of the transport;

               (b)    a separate security area within the transport;

                (c)    a separate cage or other receptacle, other than a container system unit, that is placed within or on the transport; or

               (d)    in the case of a load carried on an open tray — the lashing or other approved method of securing the covering of the load;

shall be sealed with an official mark, the design of which is specified in Part 13 of the Export Control (Prescribed Goods — General) Order 2005.

21            Sealing of container system units

      21.1   Where prescribed goods are loaded into a container system unit and the unit is held on a registered establishment for the purpose of storing the goods, the container system unit shall:

                (a)    be sealed with an official mark, the design of which is specified in Part 13 of the Export Control (Prescribed Goods — General) Order 2005; and

               (b)    not be removed from the establishment if it contains prescribed goods until the unit has been sealed in accordance with suborder 21.2.

      21.2   Where prescribed goods are loaded into a container system unit (other than a unit intended for carriage by an aircraft) and the unit is transported from a registered establishment, that unit shall be sealed with an official mark, the design of which is specified in Part 13 of the Export Control (Prescribed Goods — General) Order 2005.

22            Sealing of ships etc

                On request, a:

                (a)    hold, locker or access port of a ship; or

               (b)    cask or barrel;

containing prescribed goods may be sealed with an official mark, the design of which is specified in Part 13 of the Export Control (Prescribed Goods — General) Order 2005.

23            Sealing of establishment

                The Secretary may require a registered establishment, or a part thereof, to be sealed with an official mark, the design of which is specified in Part 13 of the Export Control (Prescribed Goods — General) Order 2005, in accordance with directions given by the Secretary.

24            Sealing of samples

                Where there is a need to ensure the security of samples, the covering in which the samples are transported to a laboratory for examination may be sealed with an official mark the design of which is specified in Part 13 of the Export Control (Prescribed Goods — General) Order 2005.

25            Application of seals

                Official marks referred to in order 20, 21, 22, 23 or 24 shall be applied in accordance with directions issued by the Secretary.

26            Seals not to be broken

                Subject to order 27, where an official mark has been applied for the purpose of order 20, 21, 22, 23 or 24, it shall be a contravention of these Orders if a person other than:

                (a)    an authorized officer;

               (b)    a person directed by an authorized officer; or

                (c)    in the case of a mark applied for the purposes of order 24 — an approved analyst;

interferes with the official mark.

27            Breakage of seals during transport

                Where official marks have been applied for the purpose of order 20 or 21 and the means of transport or container system unit arrives at its destination within Australia with the official mark broken, the prescribed goods shall be:

                (a)    retained under security by an authorized officer; and

               (b)    re-examined and disposed of in accordance with directions given by the Secretary;

and the authorized officer shall investigate the breakage and submit a report to the Secretary through the regional office.


 

Part 8                 Date marking

28            Prescribed goods to be date marked

                Prescribed goods shall have the date of packaging applied in clear to:

                (a)    in the case of goods packed in an outer carton or other outer covering, other than a bag — the outer carton or other outer covering, and that date shall be the same as the date or code that appears on any intermediate packaging including cans;

               (b)    in the case of goods packed in a bag — the prescribed tag or other tag; and

                (c)    in the case of goods packed in a can — the can end, by indelible means or embossing, and where a date code has been approved by the Secretary, this may be used instead of the in-clear date.

29            Date of packaging

                For the purposes of order 28, the date of packaging shall be:

                (a)    in the case of prescribed goods that have undergone preservation by refrigeration only — the date of first packaging;

               (b)    in the case of prescribed goods, other than canned goods, that have been manufactured or undergone heat treatment — the date on which the manufacture or heat treatment is completed; and

                (c)    in the case of prescribed goods that are canned — the date on which the can is closed.

30            Code to be approved when used

                Where a code is used to indicate the date of packaging under paragraph 28 (c), the occupier of a registered establishment shall:

                (a)    use an approved code issued by the Secretary; or

               (b)    where the occupier desires to use a different code, submit the code to be used to the Secretary for approval and not use the code until written approval has been received.

Penal provision

31            Design of date of packaging other than for cans

                Except in the case of cans, the date of packaging applied under order 28 shall consist of the words ‘PACKED ON’ or the letters and word ‘PKD ON’ followed by the date, and shall be in:

                (a)    capital letters and numbers at least 5 mm high; and

               (b)    the form of 1 or 2 digits representing the day of the month, followed by the first 3 letters in the name of the month or the name of the month in full, followed by 4 digits representing the year or 2 digits representing the last 2 numbers of the year.

32            Legibility of date of packaging

                The date of packaging applied under order 28 shall be legible and shall be affixed in a reasonably permanent manner.

33            Altering or interfering with date of packaging prohibited

                The date of packaging applied under order 28 shall not be altered or interfered with.

Penal provision

34            Expiry date or shelf life

      34.1   Subject to suborder 34.2, where an expiry date or a statement as to the expected shelf life of prescribed goods is applied in addition to the date of packaging the:

                (a)    expiry date shall be preceded by words or abbreviations of words that clearly indicate its intent; or

               (b)    shelf life statement shall clearly convey its intent.

      34.2   Where the prescribed goods have been preserved by refrigeration only, the maximum period that shall be indicated by the expiry date or shelf life statement is:

                (a)    in the case of chilled poultry meat — 14 days from the date of chilling;

               (b)    in the case of chilled rabbit meat — 14 days from the date of dressing and chilling; or

                (c)    in the case of frozen goods — 18 months from the date of packaging.

 

Part 9                 Exotic disease

35            Implementation of emergency procedures

      35.1   Where there are reasonable grounds to believe that an exotic disease is present in:

                (a)    the carcase of a game animal at post-mortem inspection of the carcase or its parts; or

               (b)    an area, district or holding, and the carcase of a game animal on a registered establishment is:

                          (i)    known to have, or is suspected of having, been exposed to the disease; and

                         (ii)    capable of being affected by or transmitting the disease;

an authorized officer, being a veterinary officer, shall implement, without delay, all relevant procedures in these Orders and any requirements determined by the Secretary.

      35.2   Where an authorized officer, being a veterinarian, is not present at the registered establishment, the implementation of procedures under suborder 35.1 may be carried out by an authorized officer, being a meat inspector, unless contrary directions have been issued by the competent authority of the State or Territory in which the registered establishment is located.

36            Notification of State or Territory authorities

                Where there are reasonable grounds to believe that an exotic disease is present at a registered establishment, the competent authority of the State or Territory in which the establishment is located shall be immediately notified in accordance with the law of that State or Territory.

37            Procedures to be implemented

                Where there are reasonable grounds to believe that an exotic disease is present at a registered establishment, the following procedures shall be implemented:

                (a)    access to the establishment shall be controlled;

               (b)    the movement of prescribed goods, other goods, vehicles, guard dogs and persons off the establishment shall be prohibited;

                (c)    the movement of prescribed goods, other goods and vehicles within the establishment shall cease;

               (d)    action shall be put in train to determine the:

                          (i)    origin of the affected carcases of game animals;

                         (ii)    identity and location of any prescribed goods, other goods, vehicles, guard dogs or persons that have left the establishment at any time since the carcases of affected game animals entered the establishment; and

                         (iii)    identity and location of all prescribed goods and other goods on the establishment;

                (e)    all dressing operations shall immediately cease;

                (f)    the carcase and parts of all carcases that have not been subjected to post-mortem inspection shall be inspected;

                (g)    all affected carcases and their parts shall be identified and held so that any interference is prevented;

                (h)    access to prescribed goods and other goods held on the establishment shall be secured;

                 (i)    all personnel who might have been exposed to the affected carcases or their parts shall be identified and confined to their work station until such time as provision can be made for the:

                          (i)    seizure and disinfection of equipment and apparel that may have been contaminated; and

                         (ii)    controlled decontamination or the persons of such personnel;

                (j)    water use on the establishment shall be kept to a minimum;

               (k)    any other procedures required by the competent authority in the State or Territory in which the registered establishment is located.

38            Procedures to be maintained until advised otherwise

                The procedures under order 37 shall be maintained until the competent authority in the State or Territory in which the registered establishment is located advises that they may be discontinued or that authority takes control.

39            Obligations of occupier of registered establishment

                For the purposes of implementing the procedures under order 37, the occupier of a registered establishment shall have in place arrangements that shall:

                (a)    ensure that all the procedures can be put into effect without delay;

               (b)    ensure that all directions given by an authorized officer are implemented without delay;

                (c)    provide ready access to a telephone;

               (d)    maintain a system of inventory giving detailed information as to the:

                          (i)    origin of carcases of game animals received;

                         (ii)    origin of prescribed goods and other goods and their location on the establishment;

                         (iii)    destination of prescribed goods and other goods that have left the establishment; and

                        (iv)    destination of carcases of game animals that have left the establishment; and

                (e)    provide any other assistance or information that an authorized officer requests.

Part 10               Export certification and trade descriptions

40            Ante and Post Mortem Certification

                Where poultry from which poultry meat and poultry meat products are derived, have undergone ante and post mortem inspection, an authorized officer may issue to the occupier of the establishment or the person intending to export the goods, a certificate attesting to the inspection which shall be in writing in a form approved by the Secretary.

41            Requirements to be complied with

                A trade description as set out in Column 3 of Schedule 2 to these Orders in relation to prescribed goods of a kind shown in Column 1 of Schedule 2, shall be applied to prescribed goods of that kind.

Part 11               Ancillary meat inspection services

42            Application for inspection services

                Schedule 10 of the Export Control (Meat and Meat Products) Orders 2005 applies to this Part as if any reference in that Schedule to inspection services has the same meaning given to that term by order 43.

43            Meaning of inspection services in Part 11

                For the purposes of this Part inspection services means any inspection services provided in respect of game meat and game meat products.

 


Schedule 1        Inspection stamp for poultry or rabbits

(order 11)

  

Design of stamp

                The inspection stamp referred to in order 11 for poultry or rabbits that do not comply with paragraphs 10 (a) and (b) but that have been passed for export by an authorized officer shall be in accordance with the following design:

 

 

Schedule 2        Trade descriptions

(order 41)

  

 

Column 1



 

Category of meat

Column 2



 

Conditions or restrictions to be complied with

Column 3

Provisions relating to trade descriptions in addition to those specified in these Orders and the Export Control (Prescribed Goods — General) Order 2005

1.   Game animal carcase

1.   A game animal carcase shall be derived from a wild animal other than a bird or rabbit, that has been killed in its habitat by a shot from a firearm.

 

1.  The trade description shall include:

    (a)   the words ‘Wild Game’; and

    (b)   the name of the species to which the game animal belongs;

on the prescribed tag and on the coverings or on the tag affixed to the covering.

2.  Where a game animal is packed in a carton, the trade description shall include:

     (a)   the words ‘Wild Game Carcase’;

    (b)   the name of the species to which the game animal belongs; and

     (c)   one of the following sets of words, as appropriate:

            (i)   bone-in;

           (ii)   partly boned; or

          (iii)   ‘boneless’; and

    (d)   where the carcase is cut into more than 2 pieces, other than for bulk packed meat, the words ‘in pieces’ or as a number followed by the symbol ‘PC’.

2.   Bone-in and boneless primal game meat cuts — individually wrapped, layer packed or bulk packed

1.   Bone-in and boneless primal game meat cuts shall be derived from game animals complying with Clause  1, Column 2 of Category 1.

1.  The trade description applied to bone-in or boneless primal game meat cuts shall include:

     (a)   ‘bone-in’ or ‘boneless’ as appropriate;

    (b)   the approved description of the cut or cuts in clear, by cypher or in clear and cypher;

     (c)   the words ‘Wild Game’;

 

    (d)   the name of the species to which the game animal cuts belong; and

     (e)   in the case of individually wrapped primal cuts — the symbol ‘IW’;

 

 

     (f)   in the case of individually wrapped primal cuts that are vacuum packed — the symbol ‘IW/VAC’;

     (g)   in the case of layer packed primal cuts — the symbol ‘LP’;

    (h)   in the case of layer packed primal cuts that are vacuum packed — the symbol ‘LP/VAC’;

     (i)   in the case of  2 or more primal cuts that are wrapped in a single covering — the symbol ‘MW’;

     (j)   in the cast of 2 or more primal cuts that are vacuum packed in a single covering — the symbol ‘MW/VAC’;

    (k)   in the case of tray packed primal cuts — the symbol ‘TP’;

     (l)   in the case of tray packed primal cuts that are vacuum packed — the symbol ‘TP/VAC’; or

   (m)   in the case of other primal cuts that are vaccum packed — the symbol ‘VAC’;

on the cartons or on the coverings.

2.  The trade description applied to bone-in or boneless primal game meat cuts may include the number of cuts in the carton or in the covering expressed in clear or as a number followed by the symbol ‘PC’.

3.  Where the trade description applied to bone-in or boneless primal game meat cuts includes a mass range, it shall be shown as:

     (a)   numbers and a symbol that represent the minimum and maximum net mass of the cuts in the covering; or

 

 

    (b)   a number and symbol representing the:

            (i)   minimum net mass of any cut in the covering; or

           (ii)   maximum net mass of any cut in the covering;

preceded or followed by words, or abbrevations of words that clearly indicate the intent.

4.  Where a subcutaneous fat depth is included in the trade description applied to primal game meat cuts, it shall be expressed as —

     (a)   numbers and symbols that represent the minimum and maximum subcutaneous fat depth on the cuts in the covering; or

    (b)   a number and symbol representing the —

            (i)   minimum subcutaneous fat depth on any cut in the covering; or

           (ii)   maximum subcutaneous fat depth on any cut in the covering;

preceded or followed by words, or abbrevations of words that clearly indicate the intent;

on the cartons or coverings.

 

 

 

5.  Where the trade description applied to bone-in or boneless primal game meat cuts includes a reference to the removal of subcutaneous fat, or there is no subcutaneous fat cover, it shall be shown in clear or the symbol ‘DEN’.

 

 

6.  Where a minimum chemical lean content is included in the trade description applied to primal game meat cuts, it shall be shown as a number followed by the symbol ‘CL’, on the cartons or coverings.

3.   Boneless game meat bulk pack — excluding primal cuts.

1.   Boneless game meat shall be derived from game animals complying with Clause 1, Column 2 of Category 1.

1.  The trade description applied to boneless game meat shall include:

     (a)   the words ‘Boneless Wild Game Meat’;

    (b)   the name of the species to which the animal belongs; and

     (c)   the approved description applied to the cut or cuts from which the boneless bulk pack game meat was derived, in clear, in cypher or in clear and cypher;

on the cartons or coverings.

2.  Where the trade description applied to boneless bulk pack game meat includes a reference to the fat content, it shall be as a minimum chemical lean content shown as a number followed by the symbol ‘CL’, on the carton or covering.

4.   Rabbit — whole carcase

1.   A rabbit carcase shall be derived from an animal of the genus Oryctolagus.

1.  The trade description applied to rabbit carcases shall include the word ‘Rabbit’.

2.  The trade description applied to rabbit carcases may include an indication as to the number of carcases contained within the carton or covering, on the outer carton or covering.

3.  Where the trade description applied to rabbit carcases includes a mass range, it shall, be shown as:

     (a)   numbers and a symbol that represents the minimum and maximum net mass of the carcase in the coverings; or

 

 

    (b)   a number and symbol representing the:

            (i)   minimum net mass of any carcase in the covering; or

           (ii)   maximum net mass of any carcase in the covering;

preceded or followed by words, or abbrevations of words that clearly indicate the intent, on the cartons or coverings.

4.  Where the carcase has been prepared to include skin, head or feet, the trade description shall include the words ‘Skin On’, ‘Head On’, ‘Feet On’ or a combination of any of these, on the cartons or coverings.

5.   Rabbit — pieces or portions

1.   Rabbit pieces or portions shall be derived from rabbits complying with Clause 1, Column 2 of Category 4.

1.  The trade description applied to rabbit pieces or portions shall include:

     (a)   the word ‘Rabbit’;

    (b)   the approved description of the pieces or portions;

on the cartons or coverings.

2.  The trade description applied to rabbit pieces or portions may include:

     (a)   an indication of the number of pieces or portions in the carton or in the covering; and

    (b)   the word or words ‘bone-in’, ‘boned out’, ‘part boned’ or ‘boneless’ as appropriate.

 

 

3.  Where rabbit pieces or portions are packed in an inner container or package the trade description may include a reference to any or all of the following:

     (a)   the number of inner containers or packages; or

    (b)   type of inner containers or packages; or

     (c)   the net mass of inner containers or packages; or

    (d)   the number of pieces or portions contained in inner containers or packages;

on the outer cartons or coverings.

6.   Rabbit — edible offal

1.   Rabbit offal shall be derived from rabbits complying with Clause 1, Column 2 of Category 4.

1.  The trade description applied to rabbit offal shall include — the word ‘Rabbit’ and the approved description of the cut or organ, on the cartons or coverings.

2.  Where rabbit offal is packed in an inner container or package, the trade description may include a reference to any or all of the following:

     (a)   the number of inner containers or packages;

    (b)   type of inner containers or packages;

     (c)   the net mass of inner containers or packages; or

 

 

    (d)   the number of cuts or organs in inner containers or packages;

on the outer cartons or coverings.

7.   Hare — whole carcase

1.   A hare carcase shall be derived from an animal of the genus Lepus.

 

1.  The trade description applied to hare carcases shall include the word ‘Hare’.

2.  The trade description applied to hare carcases may include an indication as to the number of carcases contained within the carton or covering, on the outer carton or covering.

3.   Where the trade description applied to hare carcases includes a mass range, it shall be shown as:

     (a)   numbers and a symbol that represents the minimum and maximum net mass of the carcase in the coverings; or

 

 

    (b)   a number and symbol representing the:

            (i)   minimum net mass or any carcase in the covering; or

           (ii)   maximum net mass of any carcase in the covering;

preceded or followed by words, or abbreviation of words, that indicate the intent;

on the cartons or coverings.

4.  Where the carcase has been prepared to include, skin, head, or feet, the trade description shall include the words ‘Skin On’, ‘Head On’, ‘Feet On’ or a combination of any of these, on the cartons or coverings.

8.   Hare — pieces or portions

1.   Hare pieces or portions shall be derived from hares complying with Clause 1, Column 2 of Category 7.

 

1.  The trade description applied to hare pieces or portions shall include:

     (a)   the word ‘Hare’;

    (b)   the approved description of the pieces or portions;

on the cartons or coverings.

2.  The trade description applied to hare pieces or portions may include:

     (a)   an indication of the number of pieces or portions in the carton or in the covering; and

    (b)   the word or words ‘bone-in’ ‘boned-out’, ‘part boned’ or ‘boneless’ as appropriate.

3.  Where hare pieces or portions are packed in an inner container or package the trade description may include a reference to any or all of the following:

     (a)   the number of inner containers or packages; or

    (b)   type or inner containers or packages; or

 

 

     (c)   the net mass of inner containers or packages; or

    (d)   the number of pieces or portions contained in inner containers or packages;

on the outer cartons or coverings.

9.   Hare — edible offal

1.   Hare offal shall be derived from hares complying with Clause 1, Column 2 of Category 7.

1.  The trade description applied to hare offal shall include — the word ‘Hare’ and the approved description of the cut or organ, on the cartons or coverings.

2.  Where hare offal is packed in an inner container or package, the trade description may include a reference to any or all of the following:

     (a)   a number of inner containers or packages;

    (b)   type of inner containers or packages; or

     (c)   the net mass of inner containers or packages; or

    (d)   the number of cuts or organs in inner containers or packages;

on the cartons or coverings.

10. Chicken — whole bird

1.   A chicken shall be a bird which has not reached maturity and shall be derived from the species Gallus domesticus.

 

2.   A chicken shall:

     (a)   be a bird in which the metasternum is flexible (not ossified);

    (b)   not have developed a hard spur.

3.   Where used, the mass classes of whole chickens shall be as follows:

Reference — Dressed Whole Chicken

1.  The trade description applied to chickens shall include:

     (a)   the word ‘Chicken’; or

    (b)   the word ‘Boiler’;

on the cartons or coverings of whole chickens.

2.  The trade description applied to the outer carton or coverings of whole chickens may include an indication of the number of whole birds contained within the carton or coverings.

 

3.  The trade description may include the word ‘Dressed’ in conjunction with the product description, on the cartons or coverings.

 

Mass Class                       Net Mass

Cypher                                     (Kg)

5                                           over 0.5

6                                           over 0.6

7                                           over 0.7

8                                           over 0.8

9                                           over 0.9

and so on to

24                                         over 2.4

25                                         over 2.5

 

4.  The trade description applied to whole chickens shall include a reference to —

     (a)   the absence of the neck, if removed;

    (b)   the presence of giblets; and

     (c)   the presence of any other part of the whole bird that would normally be removed during processing;

on the cartons or coverings.

5.  Where a mass class is included in the trade description applied to a whole chicken, it shall be expressed as a mass class cypher as per Clause 3 Column 2 of this category on the cartons or coverings.

11. Boiler — whole bird

 

1.   A boiler fowl shall be a female bird which has reached maturity and shall be derived from the species Gallus domesticus.

1.  The trade description applied to whole boilers shall include one of the following set of words listed below as appropriate:

            (i)   ‘Boiler Fowl’; or

           (ii)   ‘Boiler’; or

          (iii)   ‘Hen’; or

          (iv)   ‘Boiler Hen’; or

           (v)   ‘Boiling Hen’;

on the cartons or coverings.

 

2.   Where used, the mass classes of whole boilers shall be as follows:

Reference — Dressed Whole Boiler

Mass Class                       Net Mass

Cypher                                     (Kg)

10                                         over 1.0

11                                         over 1.1

12                                         over 1.2

13                                         over 1.3

14                                         over 1.4

and so on to                        

29                                         over 2.9

30                                         over 3.0

 

2.  The trade description applied to the outer cartons or coverings of whole boilers may include an indication of the number of whole boilers contained within the carton or covering.

3.  The trade description may include the word ‘Dressed’ in conjunction with the product description on the cartons or coverings.

4.  The trade description applied to whole boilers shall include a reference to:

     (a)   the absence of the neck, if removed;

    (b)   the presence of giblets; and

     (c)   the presence of any other part of the whole boiler that would normally be removed during dressing;

on the cartons or coverings.

 

 

5.  Where a mass class is included in the trade description applied to a boiler, it shall be expressed as a mass class cypher as per Clause 2, Column 2 of this category on the cartons or coverings.

 

12. Rooster — whole bird

1.   A rooster shall be derived from the species Gallus domesticus.

 

2.   A rooster shall be a male bird showing secondary sexual characteristics.

1.  The trade description applied to whole roosters shall include the word ‘Rooster’ on the cartons or coverings.

2.  The trade description applied to the outer cartons or coverings of whole roosters may include an indication of the number of whole roosters contained in the carton or covering.

3.  The trade description may include the word ‘Dressed’, in conjunction with the product description, on the cartons or coverings.

 

 

4.  The trade description applied to whole roosters shall include a reference to:

     (a)   the absence of the neck; if removed

    (b)   the presence of the giblets; and

     (c)   the presence of any other part of the whole rooster that would normally be removed during processing;

on the cartons or coverings.

13. Duck — whole bird

1.   A duck shall be derived from the species Anas platyrhynchus or Cairina moschata.

 

1.  The trade description applied to ducks shall include the word ‘Duck’ on the cartons or coverings.

 

2.  Where used, the mass classes of whole ducks shall be as follows:

Reference —  Dressed Whole
Duck

Mass Class                       Net Mass

Cypher                                     (Kg)

10                                         over 1.0

11                                         over 1.1

12                                         over 1.2

13                                         over 1.3

14                                         over 1.4

and so on to                     

29                                         over 2.9

30                                         over 3.0

 

2.  The trade description applied to the outer carton or covering of whole ducks may include an indication of the number of whole ducks contained within the carton or covering.

3.  The trade description may include the word ‘Dressed’, in conjunction with the product description, on the cartons or coverings.

4.  The trade description applied to whole ducks shall include a reference to:

     (a)   the absence of the neck, if removed;

    (b)   the presence of giblets; and

     (c)   the presence of any other part of the whole duck that would normally be removed during processing;

on the cartons or coverings.

 

 

5.  Where a mass class is included in the trade description applied to a duck it shall be expressed as a mass class cypher as per Clause 2 Column 2 of this category on the cartons or coverings.

14. Duckling — whole bird

 

1.   A duckling shall be a bird which has not reached maturity and shall be derived from the species Anas platyrhynchus or Cairina moschata.

1.  The trade description applied to ducklings shall include the word ‘Duckling’ on the cartons or coverings.

 

2.   A duckling shall:

     (a)   be a bird in which the metasternum is flexible (not ossified); and

    (b)   have not developed a hard spur.

2.  The trade description applied to the outer carton or covering of whole duckling may include an indication of the number of whole ducks or ducklings contained within the carton or covering.

 

3.   Where used, the mass classes of whole duckling shall be as follows:

Reference — Dressed Whole
Duckling

Mass Class                       Net Mass

Cypher                                     (Kg)

10                                         over 1.0

11                                         over 1.1

12                                         over 1.2

13                                         over 1.3

14                                         over 1.4

and so on to                     

29                                         over 2.9

30                                         over 3.0

 

 

3.  The trade description may include the word ‘Dressed’, in conjunction with the product description, on the cartons or coverings.

4.  The trade description applied to whole ducklings shall include a reference to:

     (a)   the absence of the neck, if removed;

    (b)   the presence of the giblets; and

     (c)   the presence of any other part of the whole ducklings that would normally be removed during processing;

on the cartons or coverings.

5.  Where a mass class is included in the trade description applied to a duckling it shall be expressed as a mass class cypher as per Clause 3 Column 2 of this category on the cartons or coverings.

15. Goose — whole bird

1.   A goose shall be derived from the species Anser anser.

 

 

2.   Where used, the mass classes of whole geese shall be as follows:

Reference — Dressed Whole
Goose

Mass Class                       Net Mass

Cypher                                     (Kg)

10                                         over 1.0

11                                         over 1.1

12                                         over 1.2

13                                         over 1.3

14                                         over 1.4

15                                         over 1.5

and so on to                     

30                                         over 3.0

 

 

1.   The trade description applied to whole geese shall include the word ‘Goose’ on the cartons or coverings.

2.   The trade description applied to the outer carton or covering of whole geese may include an indication of the number of whole goslings or geese contained in the carton or covering.

3.   The trade description may include the word ‘Dressed’ in conjunction with the product description on the carton or covering.

4.   The trade description applied to whole geese shall include a reference to:

     (a)   the absence of the neck, if removed;

    (b)   the presence of the giblets; and

     (c)   the presence of any other part of the whole goose that would normally be removed during processing;

on the cartons or coverings.

 

 

5.  Where a mass class is included in the trade description applied to a goose, it shall be expressed as a mass class cypher as per Clause 2 Column 2 of this category on the cartons or coverings.

16. Gosling — whole bird

 

1.   A gosling shall be a bird which has not reached maturity and shall be derived from the species Anser anser.

1.  The trade description applied to whole gosling shall include the word ‘Gosling’ on the cartons or coverings.

 

2.   A gosling shall be a bird in which the metasternum is flexible (not ossified).

 

 

 

 

3.   Where used, the mass classes of whole goslings shall be as follows:

Reference — Dressed Whole Gosling

Mass Class                       Net Mass

Cypher                                     (Kg)

10                                         over 1.0

11                                         over 1.1

12                                         over 1.2

13                                         over 1.3

14                                         over 1.4

15                                         over 1.5

and so on to                     

30                                         over 3.0

 

2.  The trade description applied to the outer carton or covering of whole goslings may include an indication of the number of whole goslings or geese contained in the carton or covering.

3.  The trade description may include the word ‘Dressed’ in conjunction with the product description on the carton or covering.

4.  The trade description applied to whole goslings shall include a reference to:

    (a)   the absence of the neck, if removed;

    (b)   the presence of giblets; and

     (c)   the presence of any other part of the whole gosling that would normally be removed during processing;

on the cartons or coverings.

 

 

 

 

5.  Where a mass is included in the trade description applied to a gosling, it shall be expressed as a mass class cypher as per Clause 3 Column 2 of this category on the cartons or coverings.

17. Turkey — whole bird

1.   A turkey shall be derived from the species Gallopavo gallopavo.

1.  The trade description applied to whole turkeys shall include the word ‘Turkey’ on the cartons or coverings.

 

2.   Where used the sex of turkeys shall be determined as follows:

     (a)   hen, being a female turkey;

    (b)   tom, being a male turkey.

 

2.  The trade description applied to the outer carton or covering of whole turkeys may include an indication of the number of whole turkeys within the carton or covering.

 

3.   Where used the mass class of whole turkeys shall be as follows:

Reference — Dressed Whole Turkey

Mass Class                       Net Mass

Cypher                                     (Kg)

18                                         over 1.8

19                                         over 1.9

20                                         over 2.0

21                                         over 2.1

22                                         over 2.2

and so on to                     

98                                         over 9.8

99                                         over 9.9

3.  The trade description may include the word ‘Dressed’ in conjunction with the product description on the cartons or coverings.

4.  The trade description applied to whole turkeys shall include a reference to:

     (a)   the absence of the neck, if removed;

    (b)   the presence of the giblets; and

     (c)   the presence of any other part of the carcase that would normally be removed during processing;

on the cartons or coverings.

 

 

 

5.   Where the trade description includes the sex of turkeys it shall be shown as:

     (a)   the word ‘Hen’; or

    (b)   the word ‘Tom’;

on the cartons or coverings.

 

 

6.  Where a mass class is included in the trade description of turkeys it shall be expressed as a mass class cypher as per Clause 3 Column 2 of this category on the cartons or coverings.

18. Poultry pieces or portions

1.   The pieces or portions of poultry shall be derived:

     (a)   from birds complying with categories 10 to 17 inclusive.

 

1.  The trade description applied to poultry pieces or portions shall include:

    (a)   the name of the category of poultry from which the pieces or portions were derived; and

    (b)   the approved description of the pieces or portions;

on the cartons or coverings.

 

2.   Boneless poultry pieces or portions shall not be produced in machines that emulsify the product.

 

2.  The trade description applied to poultry pieces or portions may include:

     (a)   an indication of the number of pieces or portions in the carton or in the covering; and

    (b)   the word or words ‘bone-in’, ‘boned-out’, ‘part boned’ or ‘boneless’ as appropriate.

 

 

3.  Where poultry pieces or portions are packed in an inner container or package the trade description may include a reference to any or all of the following:

     (a)   the number of inner containers or packages; or

    (b)   type of inner containers or packages; or

     (c)   the net mass of inner containers or packages; or

    (d)   the number of pieces or portions contained in inner containers or packages;

on the outer cartons or coverings.

 

 

4.  Where the trade description applied to poultry includes a reference to the removal of skin, it shall include the words ‘skin off’ or ‘skinless’, on the cartons or coverings.

19. Mechanically separated poultry

1.   Mechanically separated poultry shall be derived from poultry — complying with categories 10 to 18 inclusive.

1.  The trade description applied to mechanically separated poultry shall include:

     (a)   the words ‘mechanically separated’ followed by:

            (i)   the word ‘poultry’; or

           (ii)   a word or words indicating the name of the category of poultry from which the mechanically separated poultry was derived provided only one category of poultry was used in the production of the mechanically separated poultry; and

    (b)   a statement indicating the maximum calcium content;

on the cartons or coverings.

20. Poultry — edible offal

1.  Poultry edible offal shall be derived from poultry — complying with categories 10
to 17 inclusive.

1.  The trade description applied to poultry offal shall include:

    (a)  (i)    the word ‘poultry’; or

           (ii)   a word or words indicating the name of the category of poultry from which the offal was derived; and

     (b)     the approved description of the item or organ on the cartons or coverings.

2.  Where poultry offal is packed in an inner container or package the trade description may include a reference to any or all of the following:

     (a)   the number of inner containers or packages; and

    (b)   type of inner containers or packages; or

     (c)   the net mass of the inner container or package; or

    (d)   the number of items or organs contained in inner containers and packages, on the outer cartons or coverings.

 

 


Notes to the Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Orders 1985

Note 1

The Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Orders 1985 (in force under regulation 3 of the Export Control (Orders) Regulations 1982) as shown in this compilation is amended as indicated in the Tables below.

Under the Legislative Instruments Act 2003, which came into force on 1 January 2005, it is a requirement for all non-exempt legislative instruments to be registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments.

Table of Instruments

Title

Date of notification
in Gazette or FRLI registration

Date of
commencement

Application, saving or
transitional provisions

Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Orders No. 3 of 1985

29 Apr 1985 (see Gazette 1985, No. S137)

29 Apr 1985

 

Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Orders as amended by No. 11 of 1985

31 Oct 1985 (see Gazette 1985, No. S450)

4 Nov 1985

Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Orders as amended by No. 10 of 1986

29 Oct 1986 (see Gazette 1986, No. S549)

29 Oct 1986

Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Orders as amended by No. 1 of 1989

29 Mar 1989 (see Gazette 1989, No. GN11)

29 Mar 1989

Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Orders as amended by No. 5 of 1989

29 Sept 1989 (see Gazette 1989, No. S315)

1 Oct 1989

Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Amendment Orders 2005 (No. 1)

18 Feb 2005 (see F2005L00332)

19 Feb 2005

Game, Poultry and Rabbit Meat Amendment Orders 2005 (No. 2)

29 June 2005 (see F2005L01841)

1 July 2005

Table of Amendments

ad. = added or inserted      am. = amended      rep. = repealed      rs. = repealed and substituted

Provision affected

How affected

Part 1

 

O. 1.........................................

rep. 1986 No. 10

 

ad. 2005 No. 1

O. 3.........................................

am. 1986 No. 10; 2005 No. 2

O. 4.........................................

am. 1986 No. 10; 2005 No. 1

 

rs. 2005 No. 2

O. 5.........................................

am. 1986 No. 10; 1989 No. 1; 2005 No. 1

O. 5A.......................................

ad. 1986 No. 10

Part 2

 

O. 6A.......................................

ad. 1986 No. 10

 

am. 2005 No. 2

O. 7.........................................

am. 1986 No. 10

 

rs. 2005 No. 1

O. 7A.......................................

ad. 1986 No. 10

Part 3

 

O. 8.........................................

am. 1986 No. 10; 1989 No. 1

 

rs. 2005 No. 1

 

am. 2005 No. 2

Part 4

 

O. 9.........................................

am. 1986 No. 10; 2005 No. 2

O. 10.......................................

am. 1985 No. 11; 1986 No. 10; 2005 No. 2

O. 11.......................................

am. 2005 No. 1

Part 5

 

O. 14.......................................

am. 2005 Nos. 1 and 2

Part 6

 

O. 15.......................................

rs. 1985 No. 11

 

am. 2005 No. 2

O. 16–19................................

rep. 1985 No. 11

Part 7

 

O. 20.......................................

am. 2005 No. 2

O. 21.......................................

am. 2005 No. 2

O. 22.......................................

am. 2005 No. 2

O. 23.......................................

am. 2005 No. 2

O. 24.......................................

am. 1985 No. 11; 2005 No. 2

Part 10

 

Part 10...................................

ad. 1989 No. 1

O. 40.......................................

ad. 1989 No. 1

O. 41.......................................

ad. 1989 No. 1

Part 11

 

Part 11...................................

ad. 1989 No. 5

O. 42.......................................

ad. 1989 No. 5

 

am. 2005 No. 2

O. 43.......................................

ad. 1989 No. 5

 

am. 2005 No. 1

Schedule...............................

rep. 1989 No. 1

Schedule 1

 

Schedule 1............................

ad. 1989 No. 1

Heading to Schedule 1.......

rs. 2005 No. 1

Schedule 2

 

Schedule 2............................

ad. 1989 No. 1

 

am. 2005 No. 2