A substitutional scheme is a scheme which revokes one or more existing marketing schemes1 and is such that, at the time when it comes into force:
(1) every person who was entitled to be registered as a producer2 under the existing scheme or one or more of the existing schemes is entitled to be registered as a producer under the new scheme3; and
(2) no person who was not entitled to be registered as a producer under the existing scheme or any of the existing schemes is entitled to be registered as a producer under the new scheme4.
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