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Name: Ministerial Resolution No. 97 of 1993 issuing the Implementing Regulation of Federal Law No. 41 of 1992 on agricultural pesticides.
Country: United Arab Emirates
Subject(s): Protection against particular hazards
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1993-06-15
Entry into force:
ISN: ARE-1993-R-97683
Bibliography: Legislation on-line Legislation on-line Legal Office, Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAOLEX) PDF of Regulations in Arabic PDF of Regulations in Arabic (consulted on 2014-12-02)
Abstract/Citation: This Resolution is composed of 26 articles. Article 1 gives terms and definitions. Requirements, conditions, analysis, sampling, and documents necessary for the registration of pesticides are contained in articles 3-6. Article 7 deals with the cancellation or revocation of registration of pesticides. The list of registered pesticides shall be revised every 5 years (art. 8). Article 9 prohibits the import of pesticides listed in Annex 1. The importation of pesticides listed in Annex 2 shall need a special authorization issued by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fish Resources (art. 10). Articles 11-14 define measures and documents necessary for the trade, importation and processing of pesticides. Requirements, conditions and data for pesticides are given in article 15. Article 16 illustrates the data and information which pesticides' labels shall contain. Article 17 indicates the requirements for, and description of liquid and dry pesticide packages and weight. Articles 18-24 deal with liquid and dry sampling measures and methods. All persons residing in the UAE owning an activity related to Federal Law No. 41 of 1992 shall settle their position within 6 months from the date of entry into force of the Law (art. 25).
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