(1) An exposed goods order must:
(a) be in writing; and
(b) specify the exposed goods to which the order relates; and
(c) specify the period during which the order is to be in force.
(2) An exposed goods order is not a legislative instrument.
(3) A biosecurity officer must give a copy of an exposed goods order to a person in charge of the exposed goods to which the order relates, if it is practicable to do so.