Export Control (Fees) Amendment Order 2012 (No. 1)

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Export Control (Fees) Amendment Order 2012 (No. 1)1
Export Control (Orders) Regulations 1982
I, Joseph William Ludwig, Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, make the following order under regulation 3 of the Export Control (Orders) Regulations 1982.
Dated 19 June 2012
Joseph William Ludwig
Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
1              Name of order
                This order is the Export Control (Fees) Amendment Order 2012 (No. 1).
2              Commencement
                This order commences on 1 July 2012.
3              Amendment of Export Control (Fees) Orders 2001
                Schedule 1 amends the Export Control (Fees) Orders 2001.
Schedule 1        Amendments
(section 3)
  
[1]           Suborder 4 (1), definition of AQIS
omit
[2]           Suborder 4 (1), definition of cut flowers
omit
[3]           Suborder 4 (1), definition of dried fruit
omit
[4]           Suborder 4 (1), definition of EXDOC
substitute
EXDOC means the electronic export documentation system operated for the purposes of the Act.
[5]           Suborder 4 (1), definition of fresh fruit
omit
[6]           Suborder 4 (1), definition of horticulture products
omit
[7]           Suborder 4 (1), definition of nursery stock
omit
[8]           Suborder 4 (1), definition of plants
omit
[9]           Suborder 4 (1), definition of plant products
substitute
plant products means plant products to which the Export Control (Plants and Plant Products) Order 2011 applies.
[10]         Suborder 4 (1)
insert
plants means plants to which the Export Control (Plants and Plant Products) Order 2011 applies.
[11]         Suborder 4 (1), definition of prescribed grain
omit
Export Control (Plants and Plant Products) Orders 2005
insert
Export Control (Plants and Plant Products) Order 2011
[12]         Orders 14 and 14A
substitute
14            Imposition of fees
         (1)   Fees are imposed in accordance with this Part for the performance of services in respect of the following goods:
                (a)    grains (whether prescribed grains or not);
               (b)    plants;
                (c)    plant products.
         (2)   A fee imposed in accordance with this Part is payable by the person for whom the services are performed.
15            Inspection services
         (1)   The fee for an inspection service is $36 for each quarter hour.
Examples
1   Inspecting goods.
2   Booking inspection services.
3   Providing reports and information.
4   Conducting an audit.
         (2)   However:
                (a)    the maximum amount of the fee for a day (not including overtime) is $1 152; and
               (b)    the maximum amount of the fee for a week (not including overtime) is $5 760.
[13]         Order 22A
omit
[14]         Subparagraph 23AA (5) (b) (iii)
omit
AQIS
insert
the Department
[15]         Subparagraph 24 (1A) (b) (iii)
omit
AQIS
insert
the Department
[16]         Part 7
omit
[17]         Paragraph 40A (1) (e)
omit
other
[18]         Paragraph 41 (1) (b)
omit
by AQIS
[19]         Order 42
omit
by AQIS
[20]         Paragraph 44 (1) (b)
omit
an invoice for the fee issued by AQIS
insert
the invoice for the fee
[21]         Schedule 6
omit
Note
1.       All legislative instruments and compilations are registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments kept under the Legislative Instruments Act 2003. See www.comlaw.gov.au.