Definitions for "Notifiable"
requiring that official notification be given; "a notifiable disease"
A disease is notifiable if there is a statutory requirement to notify the D.V.M of any suspicion of that disease. Examples are FMD, bovine TB and brucellosis.
Under the Restrictive Trade Practices Act 1976, agreements within the UK which would impose restrictions as to price, terms and conditions, supply, manufacturing processes or potential customers must be notified to the Office of Fair Trading. However "exclusive dealing" arrangements such as exclusive supply arrangements and intellectual property licences are commonly exempt if the agreement concerned does not contain certain prohibited restrictions.