Orders of the Day — Food and Environment Protection Bill [Lords] – in the House of Commons at 6:15 pm on 26th June 1985.

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Amendments made: No. 40, in page 19, line 24, leave out from 'pesticide' to 'tests' in line 29 and insert 'under this Part of this Act, on making his application, to pay a reasonable fee in respect of the administrative expenses of processing his application.(2) A Minister may also require an applicant for an approval to pay a further reasonablee fee towards the expenses of carrying out any examinations and.'.

No. 41, in page 19, line 32, at end insert— '(2A) Where either of the Ministers has given an approval, he may require the payment of reasonable fees from time to time—

  1. (a) in respect of the collection of information under section 15(11) above and the processing of information supplied under that subsection;
  2. (b) in respect of monitoring the effect of the use of pesticides in the United Kingdom,
by such persons as he considers appropriate.

(2B) Fees under this section shall be determined on principles settled by the Ministers with the consent of the Treasury and after consultation with organisations appearing to the Ministers to represent persons who are likely to apply for approvals.'.—[Mrs. Fenner.]