PROTECTION OF NON-GOVERNMENT CERTIFICATES OF ORIGIN ORDINANCE
Method of making application and power to call for evidence in support
(1) Any person who wishes his name to be entered in any register or to be issued with a certificate of origin shall make application therefor in such manner and in such form as the approved body may specify.
(2) Where any person makes application to an approved body-
(a) to have issued to him a certificate of origin in respect of any article; or
(b) to have his name entered in its register,
the approved body may require the applicant to furnish in such form as it may specify such records or information in respect of the manufacture, processing, production or sale of articles as it may specify, whether or not-
(i) the articles have been exported or are to be exported; or
(ii) the articles are included or are to be included in any certificate of origin.
(3) Without prejudice to the generality of the discretion conferred by section 5(3), the name of any person who fails to comply with any requirement of an approved other body under subsection (2) may be deleted from its register.