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COMMISSION REGULATION (EC) No 1295/2008

of 18 December 2008

on the importation of hops from third countries

(Codified version)

(OJ L 340, 19.12.2008, p.45)

Amended by:

 

 

Official Journal

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page

date

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COMMISSION REGULATION (EC) No 267/2009 of 1 April 2009

  L 90

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2.4.2009

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COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) No 117/2012 of 10 February 2012

  L 38

33

11.2.2012




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COMMISSION REGULATION (EC) No 1295/2008

of 18 December 2008

on the importation of hops from third countries

(Codified version)



THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to Council Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of 22 October 2007 establishing a common organisation of agricultural markets and on specific provisions for certain agricultural products (Single CMO Regulation) ( 1 ), and in particular Article 192(2) and Article 195(2), in conjunction with Article 4, thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3076/78 of 21 December 1978 on the importation of hops from non-Member countries ( 2 ) and Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3077/78 of 21 December 1978 on the equivalence with Community certificates of attestations accompanying hops imported from non-Member countries ( 3 ) has been substantially amended several times ( 4 ). In the interests of clarity and rationality the said Regulations should be codified.

(2)

Article 158(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 provides that hops and hop products from third countries may be imported only if their quality standards are at least equivalent to those adopted for like products harvested within the Community or their derivatives. Article 158(2) provides, however, that these products should be considered as being of those standards if they are accompanied by an attestation issued by the authorities of the country of origin and recognised as equivalent to the certificate required for the marketing of hops and hop products of Community origin.

(3)

Commission Regulation (EC) No 1850/2006 of 14 December 2006 laying down detailed rules for the certification of hops and hop products ( 5 ) lays down very strict marketing requirements for hop products, and mixtures in particular. There is at the moment no effective method of checking at frontiers that these requirements are met. The only possible substitute for such a check is an undertaking on the part of the exporting countries to comply with the Community's marketing requirements for these products. It is therefore necessary to require that such products be accompanied by an attestation as specified in Article 158(2) of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007.

(4)

In order to ensure that Community rules on the certification of hops are respected, Member States should carry out checks to verify whether imported hops conform to the minimum marketing requirements laid down by Regulation (EC) No 1850/2006.

(5)

Certain third countries have undertaken to comply with the requirements prescribed for the marketing of hops and hop products and have authorised certain agencies to issue attestations of equivalence. These attestations should therefore be recognised as equivalent to Community certificates and the products covered by them admitted to free circulation.

(6)

It is the responsibility of the organisations concerned in those third countries to keep up to date the information contained in Annex I and to maintain close cooperation with the Commission by communicating to it the information concerned.

(7)

In order to facilitate control by the competent authorities of the Member States, it is essential to prescribe the form and, where necessary, the content of the attestation and the rules for its utilisation.

(8)

In order to take account of trade practices, the competent authorities must be empowered, if a consignment is resold or split up, to have prepared under their supervision an extract from the attestation in respect of each new consignment resulting from the splitting up.

(9)

By analogy with the Community's certification system, certain products should be exempt by virtue of their utilisation from the presentation of the attestations provided for in this Regulation.

(10)

The measures laid down in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the Management Committee for the Common Organisation of Agricultural Markets,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:



Article 1

1.  Entry into free circulation in the Community of the products from third countries referred to in point (f) of Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 shall be conditional upon proof being furnished that the requirements specified in Article 158(1) of that Regulation have been met.

2.  The proof referred to in Article 1(1) of this Regulation shall be furnished by production of the attestation provided for in Article 158(2) of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007, hereinafter referred to as an ‘attestation of equivalence’.

Article 2

For the purposes of this Regulation, ‘consignment’ means a quantity of a product having the same characteristics and sent by the same consignor at the same time to the same consignee.

Article 3

Attestations accompanying hops and hop products imported from third countries issued by an agency authorised by the third country of origin and appearing in Annex I shall be recognised as attestations of equivalence.

Annex I shall be revised on the basis of information communicated by the third countries concerned.

Article 4

1.  The attestation of equivalence shall be made out for each consignment and shall consist of an original and two copies to be drawn up on a form corresponding to the model set out in Annex II and in accordance with the rules set out in Annex IV.

2.  An attestation of equivalence shall be valid only if it is duly completed and authenticated by one of the agencies referred to in Annex I.

3.  A duly authenticated attestation of equivalence is one which shows the place and date of issue and which has been signed and bears the stamp of the issuing agency.

Article 5

1.  Each unit of packaging covered by an attestation of equivalence shall bear the following particulars in one of the official languages of the Community:

(a) the description of the product;

(b) the variety or varieties;

(c) the country of origin;

(d) the marks and numbers indicated in section 9 of the attestation of equivalence or the extract.

2.  The particulars provided for in paragraph 1 shall appear in legible, indelible characters of uniform size on the outside of the package.

Article 6

1.  Where, before its entry into free circulation, a consignment covered by an attestation of equivalence is split up and redispatched an attestation extract shall be drawn up in respect of each new consignment resulting from such splitting.

The attestation shall be replaced by the necessary number of attestation extracts.

Each extract shall be drawn up by the party concerned in one original and two copies on a form corresponding to the model given in Annex III and in accordance with the rules set out in Annex IV.

2.  The customs authorities shall endorse accordingly the original and the two copies of the attestation of equivalence, and shall countersign the original and the two copies of each extract.

They shall retain the original of the attestation of equivalence, send the two copies to the competent authority as referred to in Article 21 of Regulation (EC) No 1850/2006 and return the original and the two copies of each extract to the person concerned.

Article 7

On completion of customs formalities required for release for free circulation in the Community of the product to which the attestation of equivalence or the extract relates, the original and the two copies shall be submitted to the customs authorities who shall countersign them, retaining the original. One copy shall be forwarded by the customs authorities to the competent authority, as referred to in Article 21 of Regulation (EC) No 1850/2006, of the Member State where the product enters into free circulation. The second copy shall be returned to the importer, who must keep it for at least three years.

Article 8

If the consignment is resold or split up after it has been released for free circulation, the product must be accompanied by an invoice or other commercial document drawn up by the vendor, giving the reference number of the attestation of equivalence or of the extract, together with the name of the authority which issued them.

The following information from the attestation of equivalence or, as the case may be, the extract shall also be included on the invoice or commercial document:

(a) for hop cones:

(i) the description of the product;

(ii) the gross weight;

(iii) the place of production;

(iv) the year of harvest;

(v) the variety;

(vi) the country of origin;

(vii) the markings and identification numbers given in Section 9 of the attestation;

(b) for products manufactured from hops, in addition to the particulars listed under point (a): the place and date of processing.

Article 9

1.  The Member States shall regularly carry out checks on a random basis to verify whether hops which are imported pursuant to Article 158 of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 comply with the minimum marketing requirements set out in Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 1850/2006.

2.  The Member States shall report to the Commission, every year by 30 June, the frequency, type and result of the checks which were carried out over the year preceding that date. The checks shall cover at least 5 % of the number of hop consignments expected to be imported from a third country into the Member State in question during the year.

3.  If the competent authorities of the Member States find that the samples examined do not satisfy the minimum marketing requirements referred to in paragraph 1, the corresponding consignments may not be marketed in the Community.

4.  If a Member State discovers that the characteristics of a product do not conform to the details listed on the attestation of equivalence accompanying the product it shall notify the Commission thereof.

In accordance with the procedure provided for in Article 195(2) of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007, a decision may be taken to withdraw the agency having issued the attestation of equivalence for such products from the list in Annex I.

Article 10

By way of derogation from this Regulation, neither the production of the attestation referred to in Article 1(2) nor compliance with the provisions of Article 5 shall be required for the release for free circulation of the following hops and hop products where the weight per individual package does not exceed 1 kg in the case of hop cones and hop powder and 300 g in the case of hop extracts:

(a) small packages for sale to private individuals for their own use;

(b) for scientific and technical experiments;

(c) for fairs covered by the special customs arrangements for fairs.

The description, weight and final utilisation of the product must appear on the packaging.

Article 11

Regulations (EEC) No 3076/78 and (EEC) No 3077/78 are repealed.

References to the repealed Regulations shall be construed as references to this Regulation and shall be read in accordance with the correlation table in Annex VI.

Article 12

This Regulation shall enter into force on the 20th day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

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ANNEX I



AGENCIES AUTHORISED TO ISSUE ATTESTATIONS IN RESPECT OF

Hop cones CN code: ex12 10

Hop powders CN code: ex12 10

Saps and extracts of hops CN code: 1302 13 00

Country of origin

Authorised agencies

Address

Code

Telephone

Fax

e-mail (optional)

Australia

Quarantine Tasmania

Quarantine Centre

163-169 Main Road,Moonah, 7009Tasmania,Australia

(61-3)

62 33 33 52

62 34 67 85

 

Canada

Plant Protection Division, Animal and Plant Health Directorate, Food Production and Inspection Branch, Agriculture and Agri-food Canada

Floor 2, West Wing 59,Camelot DriveNapean, Ontario,K1A OY9

(1-613)

952 80 00

991 56 12

 

China

Tianjin Airport Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau of the People's Republic of China

No 33 Youyi Road,Hexi DistrictTianjin 300201

(86-22)

28 13 40 78

28 13 40 78

ciqtj2002@163.com

Tianjin Economic and Technical Development Zone Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau of the People's Republic of China

No 8, Zhaofaxincun2nd Avenue, TEDATianjin 300457

(86-22)

662 98-343

662 98-245

zhujw@tjciq.gov.cn

Inner Mongolia Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau of the People's Republic of China

No 12 Erdos Street,Saihan District, Huhhot CityInner Mongolia 010020

(86-471)

434-1943

434-2163

zhaoxb@nmciq.gov.cn

Xinjiang Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau of the People's Republic of China

No 116 North Nanhu RoadUrumqi CityXinjiang 830063

(86-991)

464-0057

464-0050

xjciq_jw@xjciq.gov.cn

Croatia

Križevci College of Agriculture

Milislava Demerca 1,HR-48260 Križevci

(385-48)

279 198

682 790

ssrecec@vguk.hr

New Zealand

Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry

PO box 2526Wellington 6140

(64-4)

894-0100

894 0720

 

Serbia

Institut za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo/Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops

21000 Novi SadMaksima Gorkog 30

(381-21)

780 365

Operator: 4898 100

780 198

institut@ifvcns.ns.ac.rs

South Africa

CSIR Food Science and Technology

PO box 3950001 Pretoria

(27-12)

841 31 72

841 35 94

 

Switzerland

Labor Veritas

Engimattstrasse 11Postfach 353CH-8027 Zürich

(41-44)

283 29 30

201 42 49

admin@laborveritas.ch

Ukraine

Productional-Technical Centre (PTZ)

Ukrhmel

Hlebnaja 27262028 Zhitomir

(380)

37 21 11

36 73 31

 

United States

Washington Department of Agriculture

State Chemical and Hop Lab

21 N. 1st Ave. Suite 106Yakima, WA 98902

(1-509)

225 76 26

454 76 99

 

Idaho Department of Agriculture

Division of Plant Industries

Hop Inspection Lab

2270 Old Penitentiary RoadPO box 790Boise, ID 83701

(1-208)

332 86 20

334 22 83

 

Oregon Department of Agriculture

Commodity Inspection Division

635 Capital Street NESalem, OR 97310-2532

(1-503)

986 46 20

986 47 37

 

California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA-CAC)

Division of Inspection Services

Analytical Chemistry Laboratory

3292 Meadowview RoadSacramento, CA 95832

(1-916)

445 00 29 or 262 14 34

262 15 72

 

USDA, GIPSA, FGIS

1100 NW Naito ParkwayPortland, OR 97209-2818

(1-503)

326 78 87

326 78 96

 

USDA, GIPSA, TSD, Tech Service Division, Technical Testing Laboratory

10383 Nth Ambassador DriveKansas City, MO 64153-1394

(1-816)

891 04 01

891 04 78

 

Zimbabwe

Standards Association of Zimbabwe (SAZ)

Northend Close,Northridge ParkBorrowdale,PO box 2259 Harare

(263-4)

88 20 17, 88 20 21, 88 55 11

88 20 20

info@saz.org.zw saz.org.zw

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ANNEX II

ATTESTATION OF EQUIVALENCE

1. Consignor (full name and address)2. NoORIGINALATTESTATION OF EQUIVALENCE FOR THE IMPORTATION OF HOPS AND HOP PRODUCTS INTO THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY3. Consignee (full name and address)Виж превода на гърба — Véase traducción al dorso — Viz překlad na druhé straně — Oversættelse se bagsiden — Übersetzung siehe Rückseite — Vaata tõlget pöördel — Δείτε μετάφραση στην πίσω σελίδα — Voir traduction au verso — Vedi traduzione a tergo — skatīt tulkojumu nākamajā lappusē — Žr. vertimą kitame puslapyje — a fordítást lásd a túlsó oldalon — Ara t-traduzzjoni mniżżla fuq wara — Zie vertaling aan ommezijde — Zob. tłumaczenie na odwrocie — Ver tradução no verso — A se vedea traducerea pe verso — Pozri preklad na druhej strane — Glej prevod na hrbtni strani – Katso kääntöpuolella oleva käännös — För översättning se baksidanIMPORTANT NOTESA. This attestation and the two copies must be submitted to the customs authorities in the Community when the products are released for free circulation or when the consignment is split up before it is released for free circulation.B. When the consignment is split up, the customs authorites, after endorsing the attestation and the two copies, shall retain the original and forward the two copies to the authorities responsible for hops in the Member State concerned.C. When the products are released for free circulation, after endorsing the attestations and the two copies, the customs authorities should retain the original, return one copy to the declarant and forward the other copies to the authorities responsible for hops in the Member State concerned.4. Country of Origin5. Place of production of hops6. Harvesting year7. Place of processing8. Date of processing9. Marks, numbers, number and kind of packages — description of products — variety10. Gross weight (kg)11. ATTESTATION BY ISSUING AUTHORITYI the undersigned certify that the products described above comply with the rules on hops and hop products applicable in the European Community.12. Issuing authority (full name and address)At …,on …(Signature)(Stamp)13. RESERVED FOR THE CUSTOMS AUTHORITIES IN THE COMMUNITYThe products described above have been released for free circulation (1)This attestation has been replaced by … extracts (1)At …, on …(Signature)(Stamp)(1) Delete as appropriate.




ANNEX III

EXTRACT OF ATTESTATION

1. Consignor (name and full address)2. NoORIGINALEXTRACT FROM AN ATTESTATION OF EQUIVALENCE FOR THE IMPORTATION OF HOPS AND HOP PRODUCTS INTO THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY3. Consignee (name and full address)Виж превода на гърба — Véase traducción al dorso — Viz překlad na druhé straně — Oversættelse se bagsiden — Übersetzung siehe Rückseite — Vaata tõlget pöördel — Δείτε μετάφραση στην πίσω σελίδα — Voir traduction au verso — Vedi traduzione a tergo — skatīt tulkojumu nākamajā lappusē — Žr. vertimą kitame puslapyje — a fordítást lásd a túlsó oldalon — Ara t-traduzzjoni mniżżla fuq wara — Zie vertaling aan ommezijde — Zob. tłumaczenie na odwrocie — Ver tradução no verso — A se vedea traducerea pe verso — Pozri preklad na druhej strane — Glej prevod na hrbtni strani — Katso kääntöpuolella oleva käännös — För översättning se baksidanIMPORTANT NOTESA. This extract and the two copies must be submitted to the customs authorities in the Community when the products are released for free circulation.B. After endorsing the documents, the customs authorities in the Community shall retain the original, return one copy to the declarant and forward the other copy to the authorites responsible for hops in the Member State concerned.4. Country of origin5. Place of production of hops6. Harvesting year7. Place of processing8. Date of processing9. Marks, numbers, number and kind of packages — description of products — variety10. Gross weight (kg)11. DECLARATION BY THE CONSIGNORI the undersigned declare that the products above were covered by the attestation of equivalence issued on … (date), reference No … by the following issuing authority … (name and full address)At …, on …(Signature)12. ENDORSEMENT BY THE CUSTOMS AUTHORITIESDeclaration certified as correct. The information on this extract corresponds to that given relevant attestation of equivalence.13. Customs office (full name and address)At …,on …(Signature)(Stamp)14. RESERVED FOR THE CUSTOMS AUTHORITIES IN THE MEMBER STATE WHERE THE PRODUCTS ARE RELEASED FOR FREE CIRCULATIONThe products described above have been released for free circulationAt …, on …(Signature)(Stamp)




ANNEX IV

RULES GOVERNING THE FORMS REFERRED TO IN ARTICLES 4 AND 6

I.   PAPER

The paper to be used is a white paper weighing at least 40 g/m2.

II.   SIZE

The size is: 210 × 297 mm.

III.   LANGUAGES

A. The attestation of equivalence must be printed in one of the official languages of the Community; it can also be printed in the official language or one of the official languages of the issuing country.

B. The extract of the attestation of equivalence must be printed in one of the official languages of the Community designated by the competent authorities of the issuing Member State

IV.   COMPLETION OF THE FORMS

A. The forms shall be completed by typewriter or by hand; in the latter case, they shall be completed legibly in ink and in printed characters.

B. Each form is individualised by a number given by the issuing authority, this number being the same for the original and its two copies.

C. In the case of the attestation of equivalence and its extracts:

1. Section 5 shall not be completed for hop products made from blends of hops;

2. Sections 7 and 8 shall be completed for all products made from hops;

3. the description of the products (Section 9) shall be one of the following:

(a) ‘unprepared hops’: i.e. hops which have only undergone preliminary drying and packaging,

(b) ‘prepared hops’: i.e. hops which have undergone final drying and packaging,

(c) ‘hop powder’ (which shall include hop pellets and enriched hop powder),

(d) ‘isomerised hop extract’: i.e. an extract in which the alpha acids have been almost totally isomerised,

(e) ‘extract of hops’: i.e. other extracts than isomerised extract of hops,

(f) ‘mixed hop products’: i.e. a mixture of the products referred to in points (c), (d) and (e) above, excluding hops;

4. the description ‘unprepared hops’ or ‘prepared hops’ shall be followed by the word ‘seedless’ if the seed content is less than 2 % of the weight of the hops, and by the word ‘seeded’ in other cases;

5. in cases where products made from hops are obtained from hops of different varieties and/or different places of production, these different varieties and/or places of production shall be stated in Section 9, followed by the percentage by weight of each variety from each production area making up the blend.




ANNEX V



Repealed Regulations with list of their successive amendments

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3076/78

(OJ L 367, 28.12.1978, p. 17)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 1465/79

(OJ L 177, 14.7.1979, p. 35)

Article 2 only concerning the references to Article 3 of Regulation (EEC) No 3076/78

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 4060/88

(OJ L 356, 24.12.1988, p. 42)

Article 1 only

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2264/91

(OJ L 208, 30.7.1991, p. 20)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2940/92

(OJ L 294, 10.10.1992, p. 8)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 717/93

(OJ L 74, 27.3.1993, p. 45)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2918/93

(OJ L 264, 23.10.1993, p. 37)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3077/78

(OJ L 367, 28.12.1978, p. 28)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 673/79

(OJ L 85, 5.4.1979, p. 25)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 1105/79

(OJ L 138, 6.6.1979, p. 9)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 1466/79

(OJ L 177, 14.7.1979, p. 37)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3042/79

(OJ L 343, 31.12.1979, p. 5)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3093/81

(OJ L 310, 30.10.1981, p. 17)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 541/85

(OJ L 62, 1.3.1985, p. 57)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3261/85

(OJ L 311, 22.11.1985, p. 20)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3589/85

(OJ L 343, 20.12.1985, p. 19)

Article 1(2)

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 1835/87

(OJ L 174, 1.7.1987, p. 14)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3975/88

(OJ L 351, 21.12.1988, p. 23)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 4060/88

(OJ L 356, 24.12.1988, p. 42)

Article 2 only

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2835/90

(OJ L 268, 29.9.1990, p. 88)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2238/91

(OJ L 204, 27.7.1991, p. 13)

 

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2915/93

(OJ L 264, 23.10.1993, p. 29)

 

Commission Regulation (EC) No 812/94

(OJ L 94, 13.4.1994, p. 4)

 

Commission Regulation (EC) No 1757/94

(OJ L 183, 19.7.1994, p. 11)

 

Commission Regulation (EC) No 201/95

(OJ L 24, 1.2.1995, p. 121)

 

Commission Regulation (EC) No 972/95

(OJ L 97, 29.4.1995, p. 62)

 

Commission Regulation (EC) No 2132/95

(OJ L 214, 8.9.1995, p. 7)

 

Commission Regulation (EC) No 539/98

(OJ L 70, 10.3.1998, p. 3)

 

Commission Regulation (EC) No 81/2005

(OJ L 16, 20.1.2005, p. 52)

 

Commission Regulation (EC) No 495/2007

(OJ L 117, 5.5.2007, p. 6)

 




ANNEX VI



Correlation Table

Regulation (EEC) No 3076/78

Regulation (EEC) No 3077/78

This Regulation

Article 1(1) and (2)

 

Article 1(1) and (2)

Article 1(3)

 

Article 2

 

Article 1, first sentence

Article 3, first paragraph

 

Article 1, second sentence

Article 3, second paragraph

Article 2

 

Article 4

Article 3(1), introductory sentence

 

Article 5(1), introductory sentence

Article 3(1), first to fourth indents

 

Article 5(1), points (a) to (d)

Article 3(2)

 

Article 5(2)

Article 4

 

Article 5(1), first sentence

 

Article 6(1), first subparagraph

Article 5(1), second sentence

 

Article 6(1), second subparagraph

Article 5(1), third sentence

 

Article 6(1), third subparagraph

Article 5(2), first sentence

 

Article 6(2), first sentence

Article 5(2), second sentence

 

Article 6(2), second sentence

Article 6

 

Article 7

Article 7, first paragraph, except last five words

 

Article 8, first paragraph

Article 7, last five words of first paragraph and point 1

 

Article 8, second paragraph, introductory words

Article 7, point 1(a), introductory words

 

Article 8, second paragraph point (a), introductory words

Article 7, point 1(a), first indent

 

Article 8, second paragraph, point (a)(i)

Article 7, point 1(a), second indent

 

Article 8, second paragraph, point (a)(ii)

Article 7, point 1(a), third indent

 

Article 8, second paragraph, point (a)(iii)

Article 7, point 1(a), fourth indent

 

Article 8, second paragraph, point (a)(iv)

Article 7, point 1(a), fifth indent

 

Article 8, second paragraph, point (a)(v)

Article 7, point 1(a), sixth indent

 

Article 8, second paragraph, point (a)(vi)

Article 7, point 1(a), seventh indent

 

Article 8, second paragraph, point (a)(vii)

Article 7, point 1(b)

 

Article 8, second paragraph, point (b)

Article 7(2)

 

Article 7a, first paragraph, first sentence

 

Article 9(1)

Article 7a, first paragraph, second sentence

 

Article 9(2)

Article 7a, second paragraph

 

Article 9(3)

Article 7a, third paragraph, first sentence

 

Article 9(4), first subparagraph

Article 7a, third paragraph, second sentence

 

Article 9(4), second subparagraph

Article 8

 

Article 10

Article 9

 

Article 10

 

Article 11

Article 12

 

Annex

Annex I

Annex I

 

Annex II

Annex II

 

Annex III

Annex III

 

Annex IV

 

Annex IV

Annex V

Annex VI



( 1 ) OJ L 299, 16.11.2007, p. 1.

( 2 ) OJ L 367, 28.12.1978, p. 17.

( 3 ) OJ L 367, 28.12.1978, p. 28.

( 4 ) See Annex V.

( 5 ) OJ L 355, 15.12.2006, p. 72.