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Section 19 – The Tea Act,1953

The Tea Act,1953

Section 19. Export allotment

The Central Government shall, after consulting the Board and paying due regard to all interests concerned and to the standard export figure, declare, by notification in the Official Gazette, the export allotment for each financial year:

Provided that the Central Government may by subsequent notification at any time during the financial year alter the export allotment and thereupon the export allotment as so altered shall be the export allotment for that year.

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