Agriculture and Related Resources Protection (Property Quarantine) Regulations 1981

14/Sep/2001 - Current (at 31 Dec 2005)
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    6. Marking

    (1) An inspector or authorised person may, in writing, direct a person having control of quarantined land to label, mark, brand, or otherwise identify, in a manner specified in the direction, any thing so specified, or of a class so specified, the movement of which is the subject of the property quarantine notice, in respect of the land.

    (2) A person shall comply with a direction given under subregulation (1).

    Penalty: $400.

    (3) Where a person fails to comply with a direction given under subregulation (1) an inspector or authorised person may carry out, or cause to be carried out, the labelling, marking, branding, or other identification required by the direction and, without prejudice to any proceedings for an offence against subregulation (2), or to the recovery of any penalty under that subregulation, the Protection Board may recover as a debt due to the Protection Board from the person who failed to comply with the direction the expenses incurred by an inspector or authorised person under this subregulation as a result of his failure.

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