An amendment of a marketing scheme1 may be submitted by the board2 to the Secretary of State or the Welsh Ministers3 for approval, provided it has been previously published in the manner prescribed by the scheme to all producers registered4 under the scheme5. When an amendment is duly submitted, the provisions relating to the publication, modification and approval of original schemes6 apply to it with suitable modifications7. No scheme may be amended so as to apply to any area to which it would not have applied without the amendment8.
A poll on the question whether a scheme should be revoked
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