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Fruit Export and Marketing Act 1906 (Cap. 154).

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Date of original text

This Act lays down rules for the management of fruit sector as regards export and marketing of fruit. According to this Act, "fruit" includes vegetables, trees, plants, shrubs and roots, and the unmanufactured products of trees, plants, shrubs and roots. This Act sets forth provisions on the fruit inspections at all stages, powers of inspectors, restrictions on export of certain fruit and banana, and licensing for fruit export. The Minister may make regulations for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this Act.
Long title of text
An Act to regulate the export and marketing of fruit.
Date of consolidation/reprint
This is a consolidated version of the Fruit Export and Marketing Act, including the amendments by the Acts No. 21 of 1906, 3 of 1921, 15 of 1922, 31 of 1927, 41 of 1928, 38 of 1931, 26 of 1933, 2 of 1945, Legal Notices No. 112 of 1970, 118 of 1970, and Acts No. 14 of 1975, 9 of 1983.
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