Medicines Act
(Chapter 176, Section 74)
Medicines (Import of Condoms) Regulations
Rg 10
G.N. No. S 411/1993

(31st March 2005)
[1st January 1994]
1.  These Regulations may be cited as the Medicines (Import of Condoms) Regulations.
2.  In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —
“condom” has the same meaning as in the Medicines (Quality of Condoms) (Specification and Prohibition) Order (O 14).
Import of condoms
3.—(1)  Every person importing condoms into Singapore shall, when requested to do so by the licensing authority, remove the condoms from the ship, aircraft, vehicle or train by which they were imported to a place approved by the licensing authority.
(2)  No person shall remove any condoms from such place unless approval has been granted by the licensing authority.
Sampling, testing or analysis of condoms
4.  The licensing authority may, in his discretion, require sampling, testing or analysis of each consignment of condoms kept in the place approved by the licensing authority under regulation 3.
Expenses of analysis, etc.
5.  Any expenses incurred for or arising out of the sampling, testing or analysis and for the detention of the condoms pending the result of any such sampling, test or analysis shall be borne by the person who imports the condoms.
6.  Any person who contravenes regulation 3 shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $5,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 2 years or to both.
[G.N. Nos.S411/93; S 405/98; S 186/2001]