Ordinance Amending Ordinance On The Plant Variety Names

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om ændring af bekendtgørelse om plantesortsnavne

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Publication of the amendment of plantesse names 1)

§ 1

Notice no. 854 of 4. December 1998 on plant names as amended by publication no. 361 of 18. May 2000 shall be amended as follows :

1. As Footnote to the title of the notice inserted :

' 1) The announcement shall be part of Commission Directive 2008 /62/EC on certain derogations for the approval of land breeds and varieties of agricultural species that are naturally adapted to local and regional conditions and threatened by genetic erosion ; and on the marketing of seed and seed potatoes of such land breeds and varieties (EUT 2008, L. 162, p. 13). '

2. Proclamaation of the notice ITREAS :

" In accordance with section 1, paragraph, Paragraph 1 and paragraph. 3, no. 2, section 4 (4). 2 and 3, in the legislation on seeds, potatoes and plants, cf. Law Order no. 195 of 12. March 2009, and 11, paragraph 1. 4, and section 26 (4). 3-4 in the law of plan units, cf. Law Order no. 190 of 12, March 2009, and according to the authority, the following shall be :

3. I § 1 pasted as paragraph 2 :

" Stop. 2. In the case of conservation varieties, the historically known black name shall be forwarded to the Plant Directorate for registration by no later than in the case of a declaration on the listing of varieties of varieties. The Directorate-General may register more than one term for a variety if all the designations concerned are historically known. ` ;

§ 2

The announcement shall enter into force on the 30. June 2009.

The plant directorate, the 25th. June 2009Ole P. Kristensen / Dorthe Nielsen
Official notes

1) The announcement contains provisions which implement parts of Commission Directive 2008 /62/EC on certain derogations for the approval of land breeds and varieties of agricultural species that are naturally adapted to local and regional conditions, threatened by genetic erosion and the trade in seed and seed potatoes of such land breeds and varieties. (EUT 2008, L. 162, p. 13)