- NTM classification
- P69: Export technical measures, n.e.s.
- Date when the measure came into force
- 01 July 1991
- Publication where the measure is specified
- Statutory Instrument 150 of 1991
- Regulation where the measure is specified
- Medicines and Allied Substances Control (General) Regulations, 1991
- Country/Region applying the measure
- The rationale of the measure
- Not specified in the regulations
- Coded list of objectives
- X: For purposes n.e.s.
- Description of the measure
- 72A. (1) Any person who wishes to
(a) import a psychotropic substance shall submit an application to the Director-General in Form M.C. 10A;
(b) export a psychotropic substance shall submit an application to the Director-General in Form M.C. 10B.
(2) Any person who imports or exports a psychotropic substance shall, for every import and export, as the case may be, whether such import or export consists of one or more substances, obtain a separate licence from the Authority for such importation or exportation.
(3) An import or export licence granted by the Authority shall state—
(a) the name and address of the importer or exporter, as the case may be;
(b) the international non-proprietary name of the psychotropic substance or if there is no such name, the appropriate name set out in Part I of the Eighth A Schedule;
(c) the quantity to be exported or imported;
(d) the pharmaceutical form;
(e) the period within which the import or export shall be effected;
(f) where the substance is imported or exported in the form of a preparation, the name of the preparation;
(4) An export licence shall state—
(a) the number and date of the import authorization; and
(b) the authority by whom it is issued.
(5) No export licence shall be granted in respect of a psychotropic substance by the Authority unless the exporter produces to the satisfaction of the Authority proof of an import authorization issued by a competent authority of the importing country confirming the approval of the proposed importation.
(6) A copy of the export licence shall accompany each consignment of a psychotropic substance, which is to be exported.
(7) Where any psychotropic substance is imported into Zimbabwe, the Director—General shall return authorization of the government of the exporting country and shall endorse on such authorization the amount of such substance, which has been actually imported.
(8) No psychotropic substance, which is in transit through Zimbabwe being exported from a destination outside Zimbabwe to another destination, shall be permitted to pass through Zimbabwe unless a copy of the export authorization is presented to and approved by the Director-General.
(9) Every consignment of a psychotropic substance whether imported or exported shall be accompanied by an export licence or similar authorization.
(10) Any consignment referred to in subsection (9) which is not accompanied by an export licence or similar authorization shall be detained by a customs officer until such licence or authorization is presented to and approved by the Director-General.
(11) No person shall mislabel any psychotropic substance intended for export.
(12) No psychotropic substance shall be imported or exported by ordinary or registered letter post.
(13) A licence granted by the Authority in term of subsection (1) shall –
(a) in the case of an import licence, be in Form M.C. 27;
(b) in the case of an export licence, be in Form M.C. 28.
- Reference of the measure
- Art 72A (3) and (4)
- Measure also domestic
Products affected by the measure.
|Code||Product||Partial coverage||Partial coverage indication||Date in||Date out|
|2915.70.00||Palmitic acid, stearic acid, their salts and esters||No|
|2933.53.00||Allobarbital (inn),amobarbital (inn),barbital (inn), butalbital (inn), butobarbital, clobarbital (inn), methylphenobarbital (inn), pentobarbital (inn),phenobarbital (inn),secbutabarbital (inn), secobarbital (inn) and vinylbital (inn); salts there||No|
- Psychotropic substances
Countries/Regions affected by the measure.
|Inclusion/Exclusion||Country||Date in||Date out|
- All countries