Animal Health

2006-04-11EH141TYFood Safety Act 1990The City of Edinburgh-3.24832855.929868EH14 1TYAnimal Health Act 1981ANIMAL HEALTH ACT 1981TSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211,

Scottish Executive


The Scottish Ministers, by this licence issued under the terms of Article 4 of the Importation of Animal Products and Poultry Products Order 1980 (as amended), authorise subject to and in accordance with the conditions set out below the landing in Scotland of: Product: Empty blown ostrich or emu egg shells, painted or unpainted, evacuated and cleaned of all non-shell material from Countries of Origin: All Countries at Port of Entry: Any Port or Airport in Scotland until further notice unless revoked by the Scottish Ministers. Any products imported under this licence shall be made available if so required for inspection by an Officer of the Scottish Executive at any place nominated by him or her for such inspection. The importer or his agent shall afford all assistance necessary to such an officer to enable him or her to carry out the inspection in such manner as he or she shall determine and the importer shall be responsible for meeting any costs of carrying out such an inspection. Contact for further information: Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department, Animal Health and Welfare Branch, Room 350, Pentland House, 47 Robb’s Loan, Edinburgh EH14 1TY, telephone 0131 244 6610, facsimile 0131 244 6616. On behalf of the Scottish Ministers, Officer of the Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department. Notes. 1. Nothing in this licence gives exemption from any prohibition or restriction imposed by The Imported Food Regulations 1997, the provisions of the Food Safety Act 1990 and Regulations made under it, the Animal By-Products (Identification) Regulations 1995, the Marketing Authorisations for Veterinary Medicinal Products Regulations 1994, or by any regulation superseding or amending the same. 2. This is not a Department of Trade and Industry licence and gives no exemption from any prohibition, regulation or restriction imposed by the Department of Trade and Industry. 3. Composite food products containing more than 50% of the “other products of animal origin” described in footnote 1 are subject to veterinary checks and must comply with the conditions set out in TIN (S) 49. 4. Please note that while this licence is current at the time of its issue, conditions can be subject to frequent change and importers are advised to check the latest position with the Animal Health Branch (see above). Caution. It is the importer’s responsibility to ensure that any import covered by this licence complies with the terms and conditions as set out. Any breach of any conditions attached to this licence will constitute an offence against the Animal Health Act 1981.