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Food Act 2003 No 43
Current version for 6 January 2017 to date (accessed 27 April 2017 at 05:23)
Part 9 Division 2 Section 111C
111C   Guidelines relating to appointment of enforcement agencies
(1)  The Food Authority may issue guidelines in relation to any or all of the following matters:
(a)  the different categories of functions that may be exercised by enforcement agencies,
(b)  an explanation of the nature of the obligations in respect of those different categories of functions,
(c)  the matters to be taken into account by the Food Authority when determining the appropriate functions to be exercised by an enforcement agency,
(d)  the making of representations to the Food Authority by a relevant body as to whether or not the relevant body should be appointed as an enforcement agency,
(e)  the making of representations to the Food Authority by a relevant body in relation to the appropriate types or categories of functions to be exercised by the relevant body as an enforcement agency,
(f)  the provision of information to the Food Authority by a relevant body to enable the consideration by the Food Authority of the matters referred to in section 111 (2),
(g)  the time within which any such representations must be made or information must be provided.
(2)  The exercise of functions under this Act, or the appointment of any enforcement agency, is not affected by anything contained in the guidelines.