Equivalence decisions and reporting - 2015

Reports of biosecurity clearance decisions issued under section 27(3) of the Biosecurity Act 1993. The decisions relate to biosecurity clearances issued under the equivalence provisions of an import health standard. Information in some reports has been redacted for commercially sensitive reasons.

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Quarter four report (2015)
Note: Some information has been redacted for commercially sensitive reasons.
Authorising Biosecurity Act 1993 SectionCTO Direction NumberNature of non-compliance with requirements in an applicable import health standard (IHS)Reasons for giving clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 002 [PDF, 441 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of  serum as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for foetal bovine serum, calf serum and bovine serum, tested, filtered and irradiated from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 002, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 003 [PDF, 352 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of serum as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for foetal bvine serum, calf serum and bovine serum for further processing from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 003, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 007 [PDF, 431 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the live animal as classified by the country specific animal IHSs that have been replaced by specified country or all country IHS’s pending new negotiated veterinary certificates, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 007, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 009 [PDF, 260 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 009, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 010 [PDF, 328 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 010, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 012 [PDF, 138 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pig semen as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for pig semen from Canada and/or the USA, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 012, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 015 [PDF, 38 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of products containing egg  as classified by the IHS for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 015, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 023 [PDF, 329 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of catgut as classified by the IHS for surgical catgut from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 023, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 026 [PDF, 34 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of duck and geese liver and fat as classified by the IHS for specified foods for human consumption, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 026, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 035 [PDF, 288 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bovine germplasm as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for bovine embryos from approved countries (bovemid.gen), bovine semen from approved countries (bovsemid.gen) and bovine semen from Switzerland (bovsemic.swi), is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 035, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 036 [PDF, 434 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bovine germplasm as classified by the IHSs for  bovine embryos from approved countries and bovine semen from approved countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 036, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 038 [PDF, 40 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pork product as classified by the IHS for pig meat products from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 038, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 042 [PDF, 390 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the rabbits as classified by the IHS for rabbits from Australia is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 042, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 046 [G] [PDF, 382 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (short stay Australia) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 046, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 047 [PDF, 388 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 047, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 055 [PDF, 288 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the poultry or Antarctic fish and sea urchin as classified by the IHS for invertebrates into containment is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 055, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 057 [G] [PDF, 272 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 057, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 058 [PDF, 235 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 058, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 060 [PDF, 260 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 060, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 061 [PDF, 286 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of animal products for human consumption from the EU (eg. Beef, pork, fish) as classified by the respective import health standards (IHSs) for animal products for human consumption, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 061, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 064 [PDF, 236 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (rabies requirements) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 064, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 065 [PDF, 287 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 065, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 066 [PDF, 269 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 066, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 069 [PDF, 263 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats or dogs (non-compliant ectoparasite treatments) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 069, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 081 [PDF, 263 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 081, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 082 [PDF, 337 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 082, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 084 [G] [PDF, 475 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of live animals as classified by the IHSs for species from countries approved for export to New Zealand, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction CTO 2013 084 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 088 [PDF, 347 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pet food clearance (using DEFRA (UK) animal health certificate) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for processed pet food containing category 3 material only from the European Community is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 088, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 091 [PDF, 412 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of equine semen from Australia as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for equine semen into New Zealand from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 091, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 094 [B] [PDF, 266 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of laboratory animals (from Jackson Laboratory (USA)) as classified by the IHS for laboratory animals and laboratory animal germplasm is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 094, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 099 [PDF, 249 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (old vet cert) as classified by the IHS for fish food and fish bait from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 099, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 003 [PDF, 35 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats or dogs as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 003 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 009 [G [PDF, 51 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of rabbits as classified by the IHS for domestic rabbits into New Zealand from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 009 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 012 [G] [PDF, 475 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of invertebrates as classified by the IHS for non-exotic invertebrates given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 012 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 013 [G] [PDF, 445 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of sheep and goats (live and germplasm) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for ovine embryos from Australia (oviembic.aus), ovine semen from Australia (ovisemic.aus), caprine embryos from Australia (capembic.aus), caprine semen from Australia (capsemic.aus), goats from Australia (goaaniic.aus), and sheep from Australia (sheaniic.aus), is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 013 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 018 [G] [PDF, 32 KB]  The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 018 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 025 [G] [PDF, 452 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pig meat and pig meat products from approved countries via Australia as classified by the IHSs for pig meat and pig meat products from Canada, the United States of America, European Union and the Sonora State of Mexico for human consumption is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 025 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 035 [G] [PDF, 321 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of commercially packaged roe as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for fish eggs/roe for human consumption from the European Community, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 035 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 038 [G] [PDF, 328 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance fish food (rotifers and rendered porcine blood) as classified by the IHSs for  fish food and fish bait from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 038 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 042 [G] [PDF, 362 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cooked fish from all countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 042 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 055 [G] [PDF, 532 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bee products as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified bee products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 055 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 057 [G] [PDF, 388 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pet food treats as classified by the IHS for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 057 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 064 [G] [PDF, 68 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of poultry jerky as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products from all  countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 064 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 076 [G] [PDF, 444 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of health supplements (into transitional facility for further processing) as classified by the IHS specified animal products and biologicals, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 076 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 083 [G] [PDF, 267 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (non-compliant internal parasite treatment) as classified by the IHS for non-exotic invertebrates, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 083 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 089 [B] [PDF, 348 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses from Hong Kong as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 089 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 093 [B] [PDF, 396 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish (commercially packaged sea squirt for human consumption) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fisheries products for human consumption is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 093 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 097 [B] [PDF, 339 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of jelly fish as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fisheries products for human consumption from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 097 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 098 [B] [PDF, 46 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of private consignments of salmonids as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for salmonids for human consumption from specified countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 098 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 100 [B] [PDF, 68 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish (bulk salmon to transitional facility) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for salmonids for human consumption from specified countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 100 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 103 [G] [PDF, 440 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dried pet food as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fish for pet food from all countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 103 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 108 [B] [PDF, 302 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of diary (zoo cert) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for milk and milk products for human consumption from the European Union and Switzerland is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 108 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 111 [B] [PDF, 394 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish (Palolo worm for human consumption) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fisheries products for human consumption from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 111 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 119 [G] [PDF, 903 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bee products as classified by the IHS specified processed bee products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 119 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 120 [B] [PDF, 38 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bee products (personal consignments of honey mead) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified processed bee products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 120 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 129 [B] [PDF, 636 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of petfood (certification not required for bovine product from USA) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 129 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 133 [G] [PDF, 58 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dairy products (composite product zoo cert) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for dairy products and products containing dairy ingredients from specified countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 133 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 134 [B] [PDF, 63 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of meat and dairy (border clearance) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 134 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 138 [B] [PDF, 107 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of EU certificate for multiple commodities as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for relevant commodity is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 138 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 145 [G] [PDF, 524 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of egg products (>5%)  as classified by the IHS for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 145 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 147 [G] [PDF, 486 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dairy products (documentation)  as classified by the IHS for milk and milk products for human consumption form the European Union and Switzerland, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 147 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 149 [B] [PDF, 882 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of veterinary certification for duck hatching eggs from Australia as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for poultry hatching eggs and specific-pathogen-free chicken eggs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 149 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 151 [B] [PDF, 761 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (veterinary certification from Australia) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 151 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 158 [G] [PDF, 67 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of wooltops as classified by the IHS for animal fibre from all countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 158 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 014 [G] [PDF, 687 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of zoo primates as classified by the IHS for zoo primates from specified countries, is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 014 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 020 [B] [PDF, 858 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (veterinary certification for horses from Australia) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 020 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 026 [G] [PDF, 52 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cats and dogs (final inspection and ectoparasite treatment) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 026 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 036 [B] [PDF, 463 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (veterinary certification for horses from Singapore) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 036 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 041 [G] [PDF, 504 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats or dogs (non-topical external parasite treatment) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 041 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 042 [B] [PDF, 73 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of scoured fibre (vet cert from the European Union) as classified by the IHS for animal fibre is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 042 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 043 [B] [PDF, 80 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of hides and skins (vet cert from the European Union) as classified by the IHS for hides and skins is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 043 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 045 [G] [PDF, 66 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs as classified by the IHSs for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 045 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 062 [B] [PDF, 537 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of animal tissues (glutaraldehyde as a fixative) as classified by the IHS’s for non-viable animal specimens from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 062 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 074 [G] [PDF, 597 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of edible insects as classified by the IHS for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 074 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 077 [G] [PDF, 58 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dogs (mange) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 077 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 079 [B] [PDF, 599 KB]  The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of biological products (human clinical trials) as classified by the IHS for biological product is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 079 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 080 [G] [PDF, 583 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (endo and ecto parasite treatment) as classified by the IHS for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 080 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 082 [G] [PDF, 459 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of petfood (jerky treats) as classified by the IHS for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 082 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 083 [G] [PDF, 474 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats (adverse reaction to external parasite treatment) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 083 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 084 [1] [PDF, 548 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horse semen (EVA testing) as classified by the IHS for equine semen from the European Union is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 084 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 085 [G] [PDF, 105 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of meat (NZ and Australian origin – USA reject) as classified by the IHS for New Zealand origin meat products, meat by products and deer velvet returning from other countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 085 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 086 [1] [PDF, 602 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of lab animals (danio rerio from Japan) as classified by the IHS for labaoratory animals and laboratory animal germplasm is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 086 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 087 [G] [PDF, 611 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dogs (assistance) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 087 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 088 [1] [PDF, 574 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dog (unreadable microchip) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 088 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 090 [G] [PDF, 501 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pelleted petfood as classified by the IHS for shelf stable petfoods containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 090 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 091 [G] [PDF, 452 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of emu oil (original documents) as classified by the IHS for emu oil into New Zealand from Australia is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 091 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 092 [1] [PDF, 570 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dog (extension to 2nd external parasite treatment) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 092 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 094 [1] [PDF, 552 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dog (treatment in post-arrival quarantine) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 094 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 095 [G] [PDF, 307 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bee products as classified by the IHS for specified processed bee products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 095 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2016 001 [1] [PDF, 686 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dog (expired rabies vaccination prior to booster) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2016 001 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2016 002 [G] [PDF, 696 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of insects on sticky traps as classified by the IHS for non-viable animal specimens from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2016 002 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130002 [PDF, 41 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-NPP-HUMAN (section 9.4) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Herbal tea containing citrus is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130003 [PDF, 416 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in155.02.06 (section 2.2.1.6.a) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Plants ex Costa Rica is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130004 [PDF, 40 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT (section 7.3) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Horse Feeds is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130005 [PDF, 330 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-COFP-IMPRT (section 3.1) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Coco peat is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130008 [PDF, 34 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.05 (Hordeum & Triticum schedules) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Seed for Sowing is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130010 [PDF, 13 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS for Sawdust, Woodchips, Wood shavings and Wood wool from All Countries Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Wood chips and sawdust is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130012 [PDF, 20 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 (Clivia schedule) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Nursery Stock is given on this occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130013 [PDF, 31 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-GCFP-PHR (Phaseolus schedule) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Phaseolus beans is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130015 [PDF, 306 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT (section 3.1.6 and 3.2.3) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the stock feeds is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130016 [PDF, 304 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-NPP-HUMAN (section 9.4) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of dried citrus peel is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140018 [PDF, 44 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 (Malus & Prunus schedules) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Malus and Prunus dormant budwood from Washington State University (an MPI approved offshore quarantine facility) is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140021 [PDF, 54 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS for Sawdust, Woodchips, Wood shavings and Wood wool from All Countries Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the chips, staves, and other wood used in wine flavouring is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130022 [PDF, 204 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT (section 7.3) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the PKE stock feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130023 [PDF, 19 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS Poles, Piles, Rounds and Sleepers from All Countries Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Wooden Sleepers is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140024 [PDF, 244 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140028 [PDF, 539 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of biscuit meal for animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140029 [PDF, 21 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140032 [PDF, 277 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Rosa Nursery Stock is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140033 [PDF, 21 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140034 [PDF, 21 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in MPI.STD.PLANTMATERIAL Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the dried tobacco products is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20150039 [PDF, 447 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 (Malus & Prunus schedules) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Malus and Prunus from Washington State University (an MPI approved offshore quarantine facility) is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20150040 [PDF, 30 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-GCFP-PHR (Helianthus schedule) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Helianthus spp seeds is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20150042 [PDF, 528 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 (Malus schedule) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Malus plant material is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20150043 [PDF, 53 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.05 (Hordeum, Triticum, and Avena schedules) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Hordeum, Triticum, and Avena seed for sowing from Canada, the UK, or the USA is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20150045 [PDF, 47 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS for Fertilisers and Growing Media of Plant Origin Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of processed peat and coco peat products is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTOPlants:20150046 The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS for Fertilisers and Growing Media of Plant Origin Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of mushroom casing exported by B.V.B and Topterra is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 0036 [B] The goods did not meet requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of  break bulk vehicles and machinery  from USA, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 0036 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27(1)(d) CTO 2015 0038 The goods did not meet requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Treatment or clearance of  break bulk vehicles and machinery  from USA, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 0038, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27(1)(d) CTO 20150040 [PDF, 261 KB] The goods did not meet requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
To allow pre export treatment with Sulfuryl fluoride 16 g/m3 for 12 hrs at 10°C+ with a 50% end point reading within a maximum post treatment storage time of 96 hours.
s.27(1)(d) CTO 20150042 [PDF, 26 KB] The goods did not meet requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
To allow insecticide treatment of boats prior to export which is different to that specified in section 4.3of the import health standard Vehicle –all, will effectively manage risks of the kind arising from a  non-compliant consignment sourced from the USA
Quarter three report (2015)
Note: Some information has been redacted for commercially sensitive reasons.
Authorising Biosecurity Act 1993 SectionCTO Direction NumberNature of non-compliance with requirements in an applicable import health standard (IHS)Reasons for giving clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 002 [PDF, 441 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of  serum as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for foetal bovine serum, calf serum and bovine serum, tested, filtered and irradiated from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 002, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 003 [PDF, 352 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of serum as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for foetal bvine serum, calf serum and bovine serum for further processing from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 003, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 008 [PDF, 305 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pork scratchings/crackling as classified by the IHS for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 008, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 009 [PDF, 260 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 009, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 010 [PDF, 328 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 010, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 012 [PDF, 138 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pig semen as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for pig semen from Canada and/or the USA, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 012, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 015 [PDF, 38 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of products containing egg  as classified by the IHS for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 015, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 018 [PDF, 409 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of animal germplasm as classified by the import health standard’s (IHS) for species specific germplasm, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 018, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 019 [PDF, 34 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (residency) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 019, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 020 [PDF, 397 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fibre (cut and shredded NZ yarn)  as classified by the IHS for specified animal products and biologicals from all countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 020, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 023 [PDF, 329 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of catgut as classified by the IHS for surgical catgut from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 023, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 034 [PDF, 252 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of petfood (dehydrated by refrigeration) as classified by the IHS for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 034, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 035 [PDF, 288 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bovine germplasm as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for bovine embryos from approved countries (bovemid.gen), bovine semen from approved countries (bovsemid.gen) and bovine semen from Switzerland (bovsemic.swi), is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 035, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 037 [PDF, 259 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dairy cakes from Japan as classified by the IHS for dairy products is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 037, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 042 [PDF, 390 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the rabbits as classified by the IHS for rabbits from Australia is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 042, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 047 [PDF, 388 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 047, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 052 [PDF, 381 KB] [Transcription error – noted on CTO as CTO 2013 051] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cooked pork as classified by the IHS for pig meat and pig meat products for human consumption from Canada and the United States of America is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 052, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 053 [PDF, 504 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the poultry or rabbit products as classified by the IHS for specified foods for human consumption is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 053, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 057 [G] [PDF, 272 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 057, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 058 [PDF, 235 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 058, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 059 [PDF, 309 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 059, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 060 [PDF, 260 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 060, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 061 [PDF, 286 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of animal products for human consumption from the EU (eg. Beef, pork, fish) as classified by the respective import health standards (IHSs) for animal products for human consumption, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 061 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 064 [PDF, 236 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (rabies requirements) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 064, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 065 [PDF, 287 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 065, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 066 [PDF, 269 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 066, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 081 [PDF, 263 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 081, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 084 [G] [PDF, 475 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of live animals as classified by the IHSs for species from countries approved for export to New Zealand, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction CTO 2013 084 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 088 [PDF, 347 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pet food clearance (using DEFRA (UK) animal health certificate) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for processed pet food containing category 3 material only from the European Community is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 088, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 091 [PDF, 412 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of equine semen from Australia as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for equine semen into New Zealand from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 091, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 003 [PDF, 35 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats or dogs as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 003 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 009 [G] [PDF, 51 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
TClearance of rabbits as classified by the IHS for domestic rabbits into New Zealand from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 009 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 012 [G] [PDF, 475 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of invertebrates as classified by the IHS for non-exotic invertebrates given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 012 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 013 [G] [PDF, 445 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of sheep and goats (live and germplasm) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for ovine embryos from Australia (oviembic.aus), ovine semen from Australia (ovisemic.aus), caprine embryos from Australia (capembic.aus), caprine semen from Australia (capsemic.aus), goats from Australia (goaaniic.aus), and sheep from Australia (sheaniic.aus), is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 013 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 014 [1] [PDF, 378 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of lab animal feed as classified by the IHS for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 014 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 015 [G] [PDF, 347 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of lab animal feed as classified by the IHS for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 014 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 035 [G] [PDF, 321 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of commercially packaged roe as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for fish eggs/roe for human consumption from the European Community, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 035 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 042 [G] [PDF, 362 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cooked fish from all countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 042 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 055 [G] [PDF, 532 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bee products as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified bee products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 055 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 064 [G] [PDF, 68 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of poultry jerky as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products from al  countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 064 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 065 [G] [PDF, 251 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of turtle food as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 065 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 069 [1] [PDF, 327 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dogs (with expired rabies vaccination at time of rabies titre test) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 069 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation, or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 076 [G] [PDF, 444 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of health supplements (into transitional facility for further processing) as classified by the IHS specified animal products and biologicals, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 076 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 081 [G] [PDF, 402 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of non-exotic nematodes as classified by the IHS for non-exotic invertebrates, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 081 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 089 [B] [PDF, 348 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses from Hong Kong as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 089, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 093 [B] [PDF, 396 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish (commercially packaged sea squirt for human consumption) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fisheries products for human consumption is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 093 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 097 [B] [PDF, 339 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of jelly fish as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fisheries products for human consumption from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 097 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 098 [B] [PDF, 46 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of private consignments of salmonids as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for salmonids for human consumption from specified countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 098 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 100 [B] [PDF, 68 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish (bulk salmon to transitional facility) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for salmonids for human consumption from specified countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 100 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 102 [G] [PDF, 363 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pet food (Sardinius pilchardus) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fish for pet food from all countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 102 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 108 [B] [PDF, 302 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of diary (zoo cert) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for milk and milk products for human consumption from the European Union and Switzerland is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 108 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 111 [B] [PDF, 394 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish (Palolo worm for human consumption) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fisheries products for human consumption from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 111 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 115 [G] [PDF, 38 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dogs (NZ origin used for international emergency or NZDA activities) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 115 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 119 [G] [PDF, 903 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bee products as classified by the IHS specified processed bee products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 119 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 120 [B] [PDF, 38 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bee products (personal consignments of honey mead) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified processed bee products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 120 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 121 [G] [PDF, 420 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of invertebrates (non-exotic, commercially manufactured and packaged) as classified by the IHS for invertebrates, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 121 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 129 [B] [PDF, 636 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of petfood (certification not required for bovine product from USA) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 129 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 133 [G] [PDF, 58 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dairy products (composite product zoo cert) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for dairy products and products containing dairy ingredients from specified countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 133 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 134 [B] [PDF, 63 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of meat and dairy (border clearance) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 134 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 138 [B] [PDF, 107 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of EU certificate for multiple commodities as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for relevant commodity is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 138 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 145 [G] [PDF, 524 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of egg products (>5%)  as classified by the IHS for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 145 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 149 [B] [PDF, 882 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of veterinary certification for duck hatching eggs from Australia as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for poultry hatching eggs and specific-pathogen-free chicken eggs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 149 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 151 [B] [PDF, 761 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (veterinary certification from Australia) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 151 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 158 [G] [PDF, 67 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of wooltops as classified by the IHS for animal fibre from all countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 158 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 161 [G] [PDF, 474 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (faulty microchips) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 161 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 020 [B] [PDF, 858 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (veterinary certification for horses from Australia) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 020 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 026 [G] [PDF, 52 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cats and dogs (final inspection and ectoparasite treatment) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 026 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 033 [G] [PDF, 758 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of a dog (proven importer – quarantine exemption) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 033 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 036 [B] [PDF, 463 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (veterinary certification for horses from Singapore) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 036 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 041 [G] [PDF, 504 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats or dogs (non-topical external parasite treatment) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 041 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 042 [B] [PDF, 73 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of scoured fibre (vet cert from the European Union) as classified by the IHS for animal fibre is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 042 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 043 [B] [PDF, 80 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of hides and skins (vet cert from the European Union) as classified by the IHS for hides and skins is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 043 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 045 [G] [PDF, 66 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs as classified by the IHSs for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 045 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 048 [G] [PDF, 447 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (non-compliant external parasite treatment) as classified by the IHSs for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 048 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 050 [G] [PDF, 472 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (rabies requirements) as classified by the IHSs for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 050 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 053 [G] [PDF, 509 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of egg products (original documents) as classified by the IHS for shelf stable spray dried egg powders or egg crystals from specified countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 053 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 055 [1] [PDF, 611 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of zoo atelopes  as classified by the IHS for zoo antelopes from Australia is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 055 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 056 [1] [PDF, 64 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of zoo African hunting dogs as classified by the IHS’s for zoo African hunting dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 056 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 057 [G] [PDF, 644 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of zoo antelope as classified by the IHS’s for zoo antelope from Singapore, Australia, Canada, USA and South Africa is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 057 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 058 [G] [PDF, 557 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of various zoo animals (ectoparasite treatment) as classified by the IHS’s for specific animals is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 058 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 059 [G] [PDF, 78 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pig by-products (spray-dried) as classified by the IHS for pig meat and pig meat products from the European Union is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 059 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 061 [G] [PDF, 604 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of specified zoo animals (timing of treatment) as classified by the IHS’s for specified zoo animals is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 061 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 062 [1] [PDF, 72 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bovine semen (centre inspection) as classified by the IHS bovine semen (from the USA) is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 062[1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 062 [B] [PDF, 537 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of animal tissues (glutaraldehyde as a fixative) as classified by the IHS’s for non-viable animal specimens from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 062 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 063 [G] [PDF, 583 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of zoo antelope as classified by the IHS’s for zoo antelope from Australia is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 063 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 063 [G] [PDF, 65 KB] (number duplicated) The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dogs (2ME-RSAT for Brucella canis) as classified by the IHS’s for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 063 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 064 [1] [PDF, 712 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (third country residency – Colombia) as classified by the IHS for horses is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 064 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 065 [G] [PDF, 765 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of zoo animals (inspections and testing) as classified by the IHS’s for zoo antelope from specified countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 065 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 069 [G] [PDF, 603 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of zoo animals (testing equivalence) as classified by the IHS’s for zoo antelope from specified countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 069 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 072 [G] [PDF, 57 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (test extension) as classified by the IHS for horses from specified countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 072 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 074 [G] [PDF, 597 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of edible insects as classified by the IHS for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 074 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 075 [G] [PDF, 58 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of Zoo African hunting dogs as classified by the IHS for Zoo African hunting dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 075 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130002 [PDF, 41 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-NPP-HUMAN (section 9.4) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the Herbal tea containing citrus is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance"
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130003 [PDF, 416 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in155.02.06 (section 2.2.1.6.a) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of Plants ex Costa Rica is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance"
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130004 [PDF, 40 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT (section 7.3) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the Horse Feeds is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130005 [PDF, 330 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-COFP-IMPRT (section 3.1) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the Coco peat is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130008 [PDF, 34 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.05 (Hordeum & Triticum schedules) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the Seed for Sowing is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130010 [PDF, 13 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS for Sawdust, Woodchips, Wood shavings and Wood wool from All Countries Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the Wood chips and sawdust is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130012 [PDF, 20 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 (Clivia schedule) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the Nursery Stock is given on this occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130013 [PDF, 31 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-GCFP-PHR (Phaseolus schedule) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of Phaseolus beans is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130015 [PDF, 306 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT (section 3.1.6 and 3.2.3) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the stock feeds is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130016 [PDF, 304 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-NPP-HUMAN (section 9.4) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of dried citrus peel is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140018 [PDF, 44 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 (Malus & Prunus schedules) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of Malus and Prunus dormant budwood from Washington State University (an MPI approved offshore quarantine facility) is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140021 [PDF, 54 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS for Sawdust, Woodchips, Wood shavings and Wood wool from All Countries Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the chips, staves, and other wood used in wine flavouring is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130022 [PDF, 204 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT (section 7.3) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the PKE stock feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130023 [PDF, 19 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS Poles, Piles, Rounds and Sleepers from All Countries Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the Wooden Sleepers is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140024 [PDF, 244 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140028 [PDF, 539 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of biscuit meal for animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140029 [PDF, 21 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140032 [PDF, 277 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of Rosa Nursery Stock is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140033 [PDF, 21 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140034 [PDF, 21 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in MPI.STD.PLANTMATERIAL Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of the dried tobacco products is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20150039 [PDF, 447 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 (Malus & Prunus schedules) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of Malus and Prunus from Washington State University (an MPI approved offshore quarantine facility) is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20150040 [PDF, 30 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-GCFP-PHR (Helianthus schedule) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of Helianthus spp seeds is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20150042 [PDF, 528 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 (Malus schedule) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of Malus plant material is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20150043 [PDF, 53 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.05 (Hordeum, Triticum, and Avena schedules) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
"Clearance of Hordeum, Triticum, and Avena seed for sowing from Canada, the UK, or the USA is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20150045 [PDF, 47 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS for Fertilisers and Growing Media of Plant Origin Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of processed peat and coco peat products is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance."
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 0036 [B] [PDF, 186 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of  break bulk vehicles and machinery  from USA, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 0036 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 0038 [PDF, 300 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Treatment or clearance of  break bulk vehicles and machinery  from USA, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 0038, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 20150040 [PDF, 261 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
To allow pre export treatment with Sulfuryl fluoride 16 g/m3 for 12 hrs at 10°C+ with a 50% end point reading within a maximum post treatment storage time of 96 hours.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 20150041 [PDF, 181 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
To allow insecticide treatment of a helicopter prior to export which is different to that specified in section 4.3 of the import health standard Vehicle –all, will effectively manage risks of the kind arising from a non-compliant consignment sourced from the USA
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 20150042 [PDF, 26 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
To allow insecticide treatment of boats prior to export which is different to that specified in section 4.3 of the import health standard Vehicle –all, will effectively manage risks of the kind arising from a non-compliant consignment sourced from the USA
Quarter two report (2015)
Note: Some information has been redacted for commercially sensitive reasons.
Authorising Biosecurity Act 1993 SectionCTO Direction NumberNature of non-compliance with requirements in an applicable import health standard (IHS)Reasons for giving clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 002 [PDF, 441 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of  serum as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for foetal bovine serum, calf serum and bovine serum, tested, filtered and irradiated from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 002, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 003 [PDF, 352 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of serum as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for foetal bvine serum, calf serum and bovine serum for further processing from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 003, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 007 [PDF, 431 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the live animal as classified by the country specific animal IHSs that have been replaced by specified country or all country IHS’s pending new negotiated veterinary certificates, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 007, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 008 [PDF, 305 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pork scratchings/crackling as classified by the IHS for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 008, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 009 [PDF, 260 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 009, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 010 [PDF, 328 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 010, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 012 [PDF, 138 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pig semen as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for pig semen from Canada and/or the USA, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 012, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 015 [PDF, 38 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of products containing egg  as classified by the IHS for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 015, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 018 [PDF, 409 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of animal germplasm as classified by the import health standard’s (IHS) for species specific germplasm, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 018, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 023 [PDF, 329 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of catgut as classified by the IHS for surgical catgut from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 023, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 035 [PDF, 288 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bovine germplasm as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for bovine embryos from approved countries (bovemid.gen), bovine semen from approved countries (bovsemid.gen) and bovine semen from Switzerland (bovsemic.swi), is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 035, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 037 [PDF, 259 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dairy cakes from Japan as classified by the IHS for dairy products is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 037, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 042 [PDF, 390 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details) [PDF, 381 KB]
Clearance of the rabbits as classified by the IHS for rabbits from Australia is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 042, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 052 [PDF, 381 KB] [Transcription error – noted on CTO as CTO 2013 051] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cooked pork as classified by the IHS for pig meat and pig meat products for human consumption from Canada and the United States of America is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 052, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 057 [G] [PDF, 272 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 057, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 058 [PDF, 235 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 058, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 059 [PDF, 309 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 059, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 060 [PDF, 260 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 060, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 061 [PDF, 286 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of animal products for human consumption from the EU (eg. Beef, pork, fish) as classified by the respective import health standards (IHSs) for animal products for human consumption, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 061 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 065 [PDF, 287 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 065, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 066 [PDF, 269 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 066, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 069 [PDF, 263 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats or dogs (non-compliant ectoparasite treatments) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 069, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 081 [PDF, 263 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 081, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 082 [PDF, 337 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 082, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 084 [G] [PDF, 475 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of live animals as classified by the IHSs for species from countries approved for export to New Zealand, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction CTO 2013 084 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 088 [PDF, 347 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pet food clearance (using DEFRA (UK) animal health certificate) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for processed pet food containing category 3 material only from the European Community is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 088, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 091 [PDF, 412 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of equine semen from Australia as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for equine semen into New Zealand from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 091, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 094 [PDF, 266 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of laboratory animals (from Jackson Laboratory (USA)) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for laboratory animals and laboratory animal germplasm is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 094, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 097 [PDF, 279 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of krill powder as classified by the IHS for fish food and fish bait from all countries is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 097, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 009 [G] [PDF, 51 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of rabbits as classified by the IHS for domestic rabbits into New Zealand from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 009 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearanceS
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 013 [G] [PDF, 445 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of sheep and goats (live and germplasm) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for ovine embryos from Australia (oviembic.aus), ovine semen from Australia (ovisemic.aus), caprine embryos from Australia (capembic.aus), caprine semen from Australia (capsemic.aus), goats from Australia (goaaniic.aus), and sheep from Australia (sheaniic.aus), is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 013 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 014 [1] [PDF, 378 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of lab animal feed as classified by the IHS for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 014 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 035 [G] [PDF, 321 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of commercially packaged roe as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for fish eggs/roe for human consumption from the European Community, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 035 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 042 [G] [PDF, 362 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cooked fish from all countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 042 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 055 [G] [PDF, 532 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bee products as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified bee products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 055 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 064 [G] [PDF, 68 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of poultry jerky as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products from al  countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 064 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 076 [G] [PDF, 444 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of health supplements (into transitional facility for further processing) as classified by the IHS specified animal products and biologicals, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 076 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 089 [B] [PDF, 348 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses from Hong Kong as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 089, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 092 [G] [PDF, 361 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (travel distance) as classified by the IHS for horses, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 092 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 093 [B] [PDF, 396 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish (commercially packaged sea squirt for human consumption) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fisheries products for human consumption is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 093 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 095 [G] [PDF, 368 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pet food rolls as classified by the IHS for heat-treated (cooked) pet food into NZ from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 095 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 097 [B] [PDF, 339 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of jelly fish as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fisheries products for human consumption from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 097 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 098 [B] [PDF, 46 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of private consignments of salmonids as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for salmonids for human consumption from specified countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 098 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 100 [B] [PDF, 68 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish (bulk salmon to transitional facility) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for salmonids for human consumption from specified countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 100 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 101 [G] [PDF, 387 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (short stay category 2 countries) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 101 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 104 [G] [PDF, 375 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (short stay category 2 countries) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 104 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 108 [B] [PDF, 302 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of diary (zoo cert) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for milk and milk products for human consumption from the European Union and Switzerland is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 108 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 111 [B] [PDF, 394 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish (Palolo worm for human consumption) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fisheries products for human consumption from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 111 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 119 [G] [PDF, 903 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bee products as classified by the IHS specified processed bee products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 119 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 120 [B] [PDF, 38 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bee products (personal consignments of honey mead) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified processed bee products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 120 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 121 [G] [PDF, 420 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of invertebrates (non-exotic, commercially manufactured and packaged) as classified by the IHS for invertebrates, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 121 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 129 [B] [PDF, 636 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of petfood (certification not required for bovine product from USA) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 129 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 132 [G] [PDF, 80 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pork (consumer ready cut packaging) as classified by the IHS for pig meat products for human consumption, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 132 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 133 [G] [PDF, 58 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dairy products (composite product zoo cert) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for dairy products and products containing dairy ingredients from specified countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 133 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 134 [B] [PDF, 63 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of meat and dairy (border clearance) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 134 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 138 [B] [PDF, 107 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of EU certificate for multiple commodities as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for relevant commodity is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 138 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 145 [G] [PDF, 524 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of egg products (>5%)  as classified by the IHS for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 145 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 146 [G] [PDF, 66 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of egg products (>5%)  as classified by the IHS for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 146 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 149 [B] [PDF, 882 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of veterinary certification for duck hatching eggs from Australia as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for poultry hatching eggs and specific-pathogen-free chicken eggs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 149 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 151 [B] [PDF, 761 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (veterinary certification from Australia) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 151 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 158 [G] [PDF, 67 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of wooltops as classified by the IHS for animal fibre from all countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 158 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 161 [G] [PDF, 474 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (faulty microchips) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 161 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 014 [1] [PDF, 687 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of zoo primates as classified by the IHS for zoo primates from specified countries, is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 014 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 020 [B] [PDF, 858 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (veterinary certification for horses from Australia) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 020 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 026 [G] [PDF, 52 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cats and dogs (final inspection and ectoparasite treatment) as classified by the IHS for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 026 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 036 [B] [PDF, 463 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (veterinary certification for horses from Singapore) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 036 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 038 [G] [PDF, 422 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pork intended for Australia as classified by the IHSs for pig meat for human consumption from specific countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 038 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 044 [1] [PDF, 67 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of canine semen  as classified by the IHS for frozen canine semen from specified countries is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 044 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 045 [G] [PDF, 66 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs as classified by the IHSs for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 045 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 046 [G] [PDF, 519 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of lab animal feed (uncooked dehydrated diets) as classified by the IHSs for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 046 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 047 [B] [PDF, 844 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses from the USA (veterinary certificate) as classified by the IHSs for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 047 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 048 [G] [PDF, 447 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (non-compliant external parasite treatment) as classified by the IHSs for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 048 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 049 [G] [PDF, 475 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (minimum age for rabies vaccination) as classified by the IHSs for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 049 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 050 [G] [PDF, 472 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (rabies requirements) as classified by the IHSs for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 050 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 051 [1] [PDF, 710 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses  as classified by the IHS for horses from the European Union is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 052 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 052 [1] [PDF, 494 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of zoo elephants  as classified by the IHS for zoo Asian elephants from Sri Lanka and Australia is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 052 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 053 [G] [PDF, 509 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of egg products (original documents) as classified by the IHS for shelf stable spray dried egg powders or egg crystals from specified countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 053 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 055 [1] [PDF, 611 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of zoo atelopes  as classified by the IHS for zoo antelopes from Australia is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 055 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130002 [PDF, 416 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-NPP-HUMAN (section 9.4) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Herbal tea containing citrus is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130003 [PDF, 416 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in155.02.06 (section 2.2.1.6.a) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Plants ex Costa Rica is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130004 [PDF, 40 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT (section 7.3) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Horse Feeds is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130005 [PDF, 330 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-COFP-IMPRT (section 3.1) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Coco peat is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130008 [PDF, 34 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.05 (Hordeum & Triticum schedules) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Seed for Sowing is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130010 [PDF, 13 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS for Sawdust, Woodchips, Wood shavings and Wood wool from All Countries Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Wood chips and sawdust is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130012 [PDF, 20 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 (Clivia schedule) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Nursery Stock is given on this occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130013 [PDF, 31 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-GCFP-PHR (Phaseolus schedule) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Phaseolus beans is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130015 [PDF, 306 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT (section 3.1.6 and 3.2.3) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the stock feeds is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130016 [PDF, 304 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-NPP-HUMAN (section 9.4) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of dried citrus peel is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140018 [PDF, 44 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 (Malus & Prunus schedules) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Malus and Prunus dormant budwood from Washington State University (an MPI approved offshore quarantine facility) is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140021 [PDF, 54 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS for Sawdust, Woodchips, Wood shavings and Wood wool from All Countries Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the chips, staves, and other wood used in wine flavouring is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130022 [PDF, 204 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT (section 7.3) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the PKE stock feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130023 [PDF, 19 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS Poles, Piles, Rounds and Sleepers from All Countries Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Wooden Sleepers is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140024 [PDF, 244 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140028 [PDF, 539 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of biscuit meal for animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140029 [PDF, 21 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140032 [PDF, 277 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Rosa Nursery Stock is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140033 [PDF, 21 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140034 [PDF, 21 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in MPI.STD.PLANTMATERIAL Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the dried tobacco products is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20150039 [PDF, 447 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 (Malus & Prunus schedules) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Malus and Prunus from Washington State University (an MPI approved offshore quarantine facility) is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20150040 [PDF, 30 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-GCFP-PHR (Helianthus schedule) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Helianthus spp seeds is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 0036 [B] [PDF, 186 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of  break bulk vehicles and machinery  from USA, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 0036 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 0038 [PDF, 300 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Treatment or clearance of  break bulk vehicles and machinery  from USA, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 0038, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
Quarter one report (2015)
Note: Some information has been redacted for commercially sensitive reasons.
Authorising Biosecurity Act 1993 SectionCTO Direction NumberNature of non-compliance with requirements in an applicable import health standard (IHS)Reasons for giving clearance
s.27 (1)(b) Nil to report    
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 001 [G] [PDF, 46 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of animal fibre as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for scoured NZ/Australian origin animal fibre from People’s Republic  of China, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 001 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 003 [G] [PDF, 76 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of ovine semen (pellets) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for importing ovine semen, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 003 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 006 [1] [PDF, 640 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of alpacas (microchips replace ear tags) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for alpacas and llamas from the United States of America, is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 006 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 007 [PDF, 431 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the live animal as classified by the country specific animal import health standards (IHS) that have been replaced by specified country or all country IHS’s pending new negotiated veterinary certificates, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 007, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 009 [PDF, 260 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 010, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 010 [PDF, 328 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 010, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 012 [G] [PDF, 475 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 010, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 013 [G] [PDF, 445 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of sheep and goats (live and germplasm) where parents were not conceived and lived continuously in Australia as classified by the import health standards (IHS) for  sheep, goats, and their germplasm is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 013 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 013 [G] [PDF, 544 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cat and dogs (less than 6 months residency) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 013 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 015 [PDF, 38 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of products containing egg  as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 015, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 015 [G] [PDF, 347 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bulk shipments of inedible animal products classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 015 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 015 [1] [PDF, 597 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats or dogs (transit unapproved country) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 015 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 016 [1] [PDF, 626 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats or dogs (rabies titre) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 016 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 018 [PDF, 409 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of animal germplasm as classified by the import health standard’s (IHS) for species specific germplasm, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 018, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 018 [G] [PDF, 32 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 018 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 019 [G] [PDF, 376 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of ovine and cervine placenta for further processing into health supplements as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified animal products and biological from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 019 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 021 [G] [PDF, 512 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the zoo meerkats (external parasites) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for slender-tailed meerkat (Suricatta suricatta) is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 021 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 023 [PDF, 329 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of catgut as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for surgical catgut from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 023, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 023 [1] [PDF, 63 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the dog with an old microchip on primary rabies vaccination as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 023 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 024 [G] [PDF, 282 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of rawhide chews as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 024 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 025 [G] [PDF, 452 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pig meat and pig meat products from approved countries via Australia as classified by the import health standards (IHS) for pig meat and pig meat products from Canada, the United States of America, European Union and the Sonora State of Mexico for human consumption is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 025 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 025 [1] [PDF, 580 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the two police dogs (extension to tests) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 025 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 026 [G] [PDF, 52 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cats and dogs (final inspection and ectoparasite treatment) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 026 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO2015 027 [1] [PDF, 515 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of five cats (veterinary certificate B missing) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 027 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 028 [G] [PDF, 515 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of petfood for lorikeets as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 028 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 029 [G] [PDF, 546 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of petfood (animal protein hydrolysate) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for heat-treated (cooked) pet food into NZ from Australia is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 029 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 030 [1] [PDF, 728 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of chicken (equivalent to retort) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 030 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO2015 031 [1] [PDF, 537 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (Japanese encephalitis) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 031 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 032 [PDF, 285 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of possum fibre as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for importing possum fibre from Australia is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 032, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 032 [G] [PDF, 545 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the fish bait (lobster bait for use in pigs) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for fish food and fish bate from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 032 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 033 [G] [PDF, 758 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of a dog (proven importer – quarantine exemption) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 033 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO2015 035 [1] [PDF, 457 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of a dog (non-compliant external parasite treatment) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 035 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 036 [PDF, 434 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bovine germplasm as classified by the import health standards (IHS) for  bovine embryos from approved countries and bovine semen from approved countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 036, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 037 [G] [PDF, 395 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of insect and plant material on sticky traps as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for the importation of non-viable animal specimens from all countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 037 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation, or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 038 [PDF, 40 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pork product as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for pig meat products from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 038, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 038 [G] [PDF, 328 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance fish food (rotifers and rendered porcine blood) as classified by the import health standards (IHS) for  fish food and fish bait from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 038 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 038 [G] [PDF, 422 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pork intended for Australia as classified by the import health standards (IHS) for pig meat for human consumption from specific countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 038 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 039 [PDF, 246 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat(s) and/or dog(s) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 039, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 040 [1] [PDF, 382 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of egg powder (bovine remedy) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for egg powder from Japan is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 040 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 041 [G] [PDF, 33 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of porcine enzymes(packaging material) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for porcine enzymes into New Zealand from Canada and the USA is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 041 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 047 [PDF, 388 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS

 

Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 047, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 052 [PDF, 381 KB] [Transcription error – noted on CTO as CTO 2013 051] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cooked pork as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for pig meat and pig meat products for human consumption from Canada and the United States of America is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 052, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 057 [G] [PDF, 272 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 057, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 058 [PDF, 235 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 058, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 058 [G] [PDF, 286 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dried lamb meat strips as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 058 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 060 [PDF, 260 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 060, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 061 [G] [PDF, 304 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats (using Frontline Plus treatment) as classified by import health standards (IHSs) for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 061 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 062 [G] [PDF, 625 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of laboratory animal (African clawed frog Xenopus laevis) as classified by import health standards (IHSs) for laboratory animals and laboratory animal germplasm, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 062 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 063 [PDF, 403 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dogs (proven importer) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 063, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 065 [PDF, 287 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 065, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 066 [PDF, 269 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 066, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 069 [PDF, 263 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats or dogs (non-compliant ectoparasite treatments) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 069, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 069 [1] [PDF, 327 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dogs (with expired rabies vaccination at time of rabies titre test) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 069 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation, or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 076 [G] [PDF, 444 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of health supplements (into transitional facility for further processing) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) specified animal products and biologicals, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 076 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 081 [PDF, 263 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat/dog as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 081, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 082 [PDF, 337 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of the cat as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 082, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 084 [G] [PDF, 475 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of live animals as classified by the import health standards (IHS) for species from countries approved for export to New Zealand, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction CTO 2013 084 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 092 [G] [PDF, 361 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (travel distance) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 092 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 012 [PDF, 138 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pig semen from USA and/or Canada as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for pig semen, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 012 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 113 [1] [PDF, 287 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dog (extension to tests and treatments) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 113 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 114 [1] [PDF, 443 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of zoo antelope (PEI requirements) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) zoo antelope from Singapore, is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 114 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 115 [G] [PDF, 38 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dogs (NZ origin used for international emergency or NZDA activities) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 115 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 119 [G] [PDF, 903 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bee products as classified by the import health standard (IHS) specified processed bee products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 119 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 135 [G] [PDF, 599 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of zoo lizards (clearance procedure) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for zoo lizards from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 135 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 136 [G] [PDF, 533 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of dairy (zoosanitary certification) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for milk and milk products for human consumption from the EU and Switzerland, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 136 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 145 [G] [PDF, 524 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of egg products (>5%)  as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 145 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 160 [1] [PDF, 716 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (PCR testing for B.canis and 10 day extension) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 160 [1], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 161 [G] [PDF, 474 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of cats and dogs (faulty microchips) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cats and dogs, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 161 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 002 [PDF, 589 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of  serum as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for foetal bovine serum, calf serum and bovine serum, tested, filtered and irradiated from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 002, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 003 [PDF, 384 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of serum as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for foetal bvine serum, calf serum and bovine serum for further processing from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 003, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 005 [PDF, 397 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of egg  products as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for importing shelf-stable spray dried egg, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 005, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 009 [G] [PDF, 51 KB] Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
TClearance of rabbits as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for domestic rabbits into New Zealand from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 009 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearanceS
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 012 [PDF, 138 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pig semen as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for pig semen from Canada and/or the USA, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 012, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 013 [G] [PDF, 445 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of sheep and goats (live and germplasm) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for ovine embryos from Australia (oviembic.aus), ovine semen from Australia (ovisemic.aus), caprine embryos from Australia (capembic.aus), caprine semen from Australia (capsemic.aus), goats from Australia (goaaniic.aus), and sheep from Australia (sheaniic.aus), is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 013 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 009 [G] [PDF, 51 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of rabbits as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for domestic rabbits into New Zealand from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 009 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 020 [B] [PDF, 858 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (veterinary certification for horses from Australia) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 020 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 023 [PDF, 329 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of surgical catgut as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for surgical catgut from all countries , is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 023, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 035 [PDF, 301 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bovine germplasm as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for bovine embryos from approved countries (bovemid.gen), bovine semen from approved countries (bovsemid.gen) and bovine semen from Switzerland (bovsemic.swi), is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 035, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 035 [G] [PDF, 321 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of commercially packaged roe as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for fish eggs/roe for human consumption from the European Community, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 035 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 036 [B] [PDF, 463 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (veterinary certification for horses from Singapore) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 036 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) Replaces CTO 2013 062 CTO 2013 077 CTO 2014 042 [G] [PDF, 362 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for cooked fish from all countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 042 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) Replaces CTO 2013 068 CTO 2013 095 CTO 2014 017 CTO 2014 055 [G] [PDF, 532 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bee products as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified bee products, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 055 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 061 [PDF, 286 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of animal products for human consumption from the EU (eg. Beef, pork, fish) as classified by the respective import health standards (IHSs) for animal products for human consumption, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 061 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 064 [G] [PDF, 68 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of poultry jerky as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products from al  countries, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 064 [G], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 088 [PDF, 347 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of pet food clearance (using DEFRA (UK) animal health certificate) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for processed pet food containing category 3 material only from the European Community is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 088, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 089 [B] [PDF, 348 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses from Hong Kong as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 089, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 091 [PDF, 412 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of equine semen from Australia as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for equine semen into New Zealand from Australia, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 091, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 093 [B] [PDF, 396 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish (commercially packaged sea squirt for human consumption) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fisheries products for human consumption is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 093 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2013 094 [PDF, 266 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of laboratory animals (from Jackson Laboratory (USA)) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for laboratory animals and laboratory animal germplasm is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2013 094, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) Replaces CTO 2013 028 CTO 2013 048 CTO 2014 097 [B] [PDF, 339 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of jelly fish as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fisheries products for human consumption from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 097 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) Replaces CTO 2013 025 CTO 2014 098 [B] [PDF, 45 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of private consignments of salmonids as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for salmonids for human consumption from specified countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 098 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 100 [B] [PDF, 68 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish (bulk salmon to transitional facility) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for salmonids for human consumption from specified countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 100 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 108 [B] [PDF, 302 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of diary (zoo cert) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for milk and milk products for human consumption from the European Union and Switzerland is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 108 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 111 [B] [PDF, 394 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of fish (Palolo worm for human consumption) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for marine fisheries products for human consumption from all countries is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 111 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 120 [B] [PDF, 38 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of bee products (personal consignments of honey mead) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified processed bee products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 120 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 129 [B] [PDF, 636 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of petfood (certification not required for bovine product from USA) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for shelf-stable petfoods containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 129 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 134 [B] [PDF, 63 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of meat and dairy (border clearance) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for specified foods for human consumption containing animal products is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 134 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 138 [B] [PDF, 107 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of EU certificate for multiple commodities as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for relevant commodity is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 138 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2014 149 [B] [PDF, 882 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of veterinary certification for duck hatching eggs from Australia as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for poultry hatching eggs and specific-pathogen-free chicken eggs is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 149 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) Revokes CTO 2014 105 [B] CTO 2014 151 [B] [PDF, 761 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of horses (veterinary certification from Australia) as classified by the import health standard (IHS) for horses is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2014 151 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130002 [PDF, 41 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-NPP-HUMAN (section 9.4) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Herbal tea containing citrus is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130003 [PDF, 416 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in155.02.06 (section 2.2.1.6.a) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Plants ex Costa Rica is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130004 [PDF, 40 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT (section 7.3) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Horse Feeds is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130005 [PDF, 330 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-COFP-IMPRT (section 3.1) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Coco peat is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130008 [PDF, 34 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.05 (Hordeum & Triticum schedules) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Seed for Sowing is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130010 [PDF, 13 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS for Sawdust, Woodchips, Wood shavings and Wood wool from All Countries Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Wood chips and sawdust is given on this occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130012 [PDF, 20 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 (Clivia schedule) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Nursery Stock is given on this occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130013 [PDF, 31 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-GCFP-PHR (Phaseolus schedule) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Phaseolus beans is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130015 [PDF, 306 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT (section 3.1.6 and 3.2.3) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the stock feeds is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction and where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130016 [PDF, 304 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-NPP-HUMAN (section 9.4) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of dried citrus peel is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140018 [PDF, 44 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 (Malus & Prunus schedules) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Malus and Prunus dormant budwood from Washington State University (an MPI approved offshore quarantine facility) is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140021 [PDF, 54 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS for Sawdust, Woodchips, Wood shavings and Wood wool from All Countries Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the chips, staves, and other wood used in wine flavouring is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130022 [PDF, 204 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT (section 7.3) Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the PKE stock feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20130023 [PDF, 19 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in the IHS Poles, Piles, Rounds and Sleepers from All Countries Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the Wooden Sleepers is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140024 [PDF, 244 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140028 [PDF, 539 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of biscuit meal for animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140029 [PDF, 21 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140032 [PDF, 277 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in 155.02.06 Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of Rosa Nursery Stock is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140033 [PDF, 21 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in BNZ-PAFP-IMPRT Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the animal feed is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27(1)(d) CTOPlants:20140034 [PDF, 21 KB] The goods did not meet requirements in MPI.STD.PLANTMATERIAL Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed as referred in the CTO direction
Clearance of the dried tobacco products is given on every occasion and where the goods meet the CTO direction where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 0036 [B] [PDF, 186 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Clearance of  break bulk vehicles and machinery  from USA, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 0036 [B], where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance
s.27 (1)(d) CTO 2015 0038 [PDF, 300 KB] The goods did not meet the requirements of the IHS Biosecurity risk is assessed and managed (see the CTO direction for details)
Treatment or clearance of  break bulk vehicles and machinery  from USA, is given on every occasion where the goods meet the CTO direction 2015 0038, where the inspector concerned is satisfied that there are no circumstances or documents associated with the goods, their importation or the craft on which they were imported, which would make it unwise to issue a clearance.
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