In C & E Commrs v Apple & Pear Development Council (Case 102/86) (1986) 2 BVC 200,198, the council was set up by a statutory order to promote the marketing and production of English apples and pears. It was funded by:

(1)government grants;

(2)compulsory levies imposed on growers by the statutory order; and

(3)income from a ‘scheme’ which growers might also join on making a payment to the Council. The scheme promoted the sale of certain apples.

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