Yes. See the replies to questions 33 and 34.
[Answer 33: Article 10, § 3 of Regulation (EEC) No. 2081/92 establishes certain general rules concerning, firstly, the guarantees of objectivity and impartiality of the inspection authorities and/or private bodies and, secondly, the permanent availability of trained staff and resources necessary to carry out inspection of agricultural products and foodstuffs bearing a protected name. Regulation (EEC) No.2081/92 provides that if a designated inspection authority and/or private body in a member State establishes that an agricultural product or foodstuff bearing a protected name of origin in that member State does not meet the criteria of the specification, they shall take the steps necessary to ensure that this Regulation is complied with (Article 10, § 4). Under domestic law the examination and inspection powers of officials are governed by Articles 5 to 7 of the Law of 25 September 1953 having as its object the reorganization of the inspection of common foodstuffs, drinks and products (Memorial A 1953 p.1259). Such officials have the power to carry out visits, even during the night if there are serious indications giving rise to a presumption of fraud, to make all the necessary checks, to require the production of all the commercial documents necessary for their examinations and inspections, to take samples and to seize the objects. If necessary they may transmit a complaint to the Public Prosecutor.]
[Answer 34: Specific inspection commissions check compliance with the conditions for producing national products. In the event of evidence being found of an abuse of the trademark, the inspection commission informs the Minister of Agriculture, who may, under the terms of Article 5 of the Law of 2 July 1932 concerning the standardization of agricultural and horticultural products and the creation of a national trademark (Memorial 1932 p. 461), withdraw from a producer the right to use the trademark. In addition, the Law of 27 September 1986 regulating certain commercial practices and penalizing unfair competition, as amended by the Law of 14 May 1992 (Memorial 1992, p.1119) provides in Article 21 that the judge presiding over the chamber of the district court sitting in commercial matters may, at the request of any person, a professional group or a consumer association represented on the price commission, order the termination of acts of unfair competition (for example, false indications likely to mislead the buyer; leading people to believe in an inaccurate origin or provenance of the product, etc.). The action is brought and judged on the basis of a summary procedure. The judge may order the decision to be posted up and may also order its publication, in all or in part, at the expense of the offender.]