REGULATIONS BY NAVEEN NISCHAL.S.S III-SEM SIF CUSAT
•A regulation is a legal provision that creates, limits, orconstrains a right, creates or limits a duty, or allocates aresponsibility. Fish market failure- regulation due to inefficiency. Risk of monopoly Inadequate information Causes of disease spreading.etc…..
•India has a federal structure of government.•According to Indias constitution, the power ofenacting laws is split between Indias centralgovernment and the Indian states.•The state legislatures of India have the power to makelaws and regulations with respect to a number ofsubject-matters•There are many laws and regulations that maybe relevant to fisheries and aquaculture adoptedat state level.
•At the central level, several key laws and regulationsare relevant to fisheries and aquaculture.•These include the British-era Indian Fisheries Act(1897), which penalizes the killing of fish bypoisoning water and by using explosives. •The Environment (Protection) Act (1986), being an umbrella act containing provisions for all environment related issues affecting fisheries and aquaculture industry in India
•India also has enacted the Water (Prevention andControl of Pollution) Act (1974) and the Wild LifeProtection Act (1972).•All these legislations must be read in conjunctionwith one another, and with the local laws of aspecific state, to gain a full picture of the law andregulations that are applicable to fisheries andaquaculture in India.•Fish wholesaler and whole sale buyer arelicensed under fish marketing regulations act1973.• Illegal Unreported Unregulated ( IUU) regulation.
Over view of regulation A system of access condition ability Imposing stringent trade Provide adequate documentation The regulation applies to IUU fishing and associated activity Applies any fishing vessel use for purpose of commercial exploitation of fishery resources
GOVERNMENT NOTICE 395 of 1957, as amended byLegal Notices 103 of 1969, 72 of 1978, 124 of 1979, 84 of1980, 38 of 1986, 126 of 1989, 5 of 1992 and 426 of2007,are fish marketing regulations in India. No person may act as retailer without a license from the Director. Prohibition to demand, require or accept any commission. Prohibition to accept payment. Prohibition to remove fish purchased by retailer.
Transportation of fish in crates. Added by: L.N. 5 of 1992.(1) The Minister may, by order in the Gazette, specify (a) which fish crates have been approved for use at the fish sales outlets; and(b) which fish that is being taken in or out of the fish sales outlets may only be transported in the mentioned fish crates.(2) Whosoever knowingly breaks, damages or destroys a fish crate referred to in sub-regulation (a) of this regulation, or peruses such fish crate for any other purpose except the transportation of fish, shall be guilty of an offence.
Imported fish.Imported fish shall be placed in a cold store licensedby the Commissioner of Police directly it is landed inthese Islands, unless the immediate sale thereof isauthorized by the Director.Fish placed in cold storage as above shall not be takenout of cold storage or sold without the previous permit inwriting from the Director, who may, at his discretion, limitthe quantity of fish that may be taken out or sold.
PORT CONTROL OF THIRDCONTRY FISHING VESSEL The regulation requires that landings and shipment. Conduct inspection of 5 % of landings. Requires mandatory inspection. Not permitting importing the fish(in case of any difficulties.....)