Metrology Act, 1996



Adjustment of instruments.

22.—(1) The Director may determine the circumstances under which any instrument or particular type of instrument may be adjusted by an inspector.

(2) Where, on examination by an inspector, adjustment of an instrument is necessary in order to render it metrologically accurate, the inspector shall notify the owner of the instrument or the owner's authorised representative, on detailing the results of the examination, that the owner (or representative) may elect to carry out the work personally, have it carried out by a third party or empower the inspector to make the necessary adjustment. The owner or representative shall be liable for any costs arising from such adjustment.