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This order revokes the instruments that specify apples, pears and dried grapes to all export markets as regulated horticultural products and regulated horticultural markets in respect of those products.
Administered by: Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
Registered 08 Jan 2013
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR05-Feb-2013
Tabled Senate05-Feb-2013
Date of repeal 01 Feb 2013
Repealed by Division 1 of Part 5A of the Legislative Instruments Act 2003

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Horticulture Marketing and Research and Development Services Export Orders Revocation Order 20131

Horticulture Marketing and Research and Development Services Act 2000

I, Dr Conall O’Connell, Secretary to the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, make the following order under subsection 20 (1) of the Horticulture Marketing and Research and Development Services Act 2000.

Dated 3 January 2013

 

CONALL O’CONNELL


1              Name of order

                This order is the Horticulture Marketing and Research and Development Services Export Orders Revocation Order 2013.

2              Commencement

                This order commences on 31 January 2013.

3              Revocation

                The following orders are revoked:

                (a)    Horticulture Marketing and Research and Development Services [Regulated Horticultural Products and Markets (Apples to All Export Markets)] Order (No. 1) 2002;

               (b)    Horticulture Marketing and Research and Development Services [Regulated Horticultural Products and Markets (Dried Grapes to All Export Markets)] Order (No. 1) 2002;

                (c)    Horticulture Marketing and Research and Development Services [Regulated Horticultural Products and Markets (Pears to All Export Markets)] Order (No. 1) 2002.


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