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L 230/30 ¬ EN ¬ Official Journal of the European Communities 18. 8.

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CORRIGENDA

Corrigendum to Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3887/92 of 23 December 1992 laying


down detailed rules for applying the integrated administration and control system for
certain Community aid schemes

(Official Journal of the European Communities L 391 of 31 December 1992)

On page 37, in Article 2(2):


for: ‘. . . Regulation (EEC) No 3058/92 . . .’,
read: ‘. . . Regulation (EEC) No 3508/92 . . .’.

On page 39, in Article 6(3), second indent:


for: ‘. . . calendar . . .’,
read: ‘. . . calendar year . . .’.

Corrigendum to Commission Regulation (EC) No 454/95 of 28 February 1995 laying down


detailed rules for intervention on the market in butter and cream

(Official Journal of the European Communities L 46 of 1 March 1995)

On page 10, Annex II, first indent:


for: ‘— “beurre marque de contrôle” as regards Belgian butter,’
read: ‘— “beurre de laiterie; qualité extra; melkerijboter; extra kwaliteit” as regards Belgian butter,’.

Corrigendum to Commission Regulation (EC) No 331/96 of 23 February 1996 amending


Regulation (EC) No 454/95 laying down detailed rules for intervention on the market in
butter and cream

(Official Journal of the European Communities L 47 of 24 February 1996)

On page 10, Article 1(b):


for: ‘“(b) or a check, by sampling, to verify weight and identification at the end of the contractual
storage period. For this purpose, the contractor shall inform the competent agency at
least five working days before the end of the 210 day storage period or, where appro-
priate, before the start of the removal operations, indicating the lots involved. The
Member State, however, may accept a shorter time limit.”’
read: ‘“(b) a check, by sampling, to verify weight and identification at the end of the contractual
storage period. For this purpose, the contractor shall inform the competent agency at
least five working days before the end of the 210 day storage period or, where appro-
priate, before the start of the removal operations, indicating the lots involved. The
Member State, however, may accept a shorter time limit.”’