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The Brucellosis (Scotland) Regulations 2000

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Notice of intended slaughter

19.—(1) Where Scottish Ministers propose to cause bovine animals to be slaughtered under regulation 18 above, a veterinary inspector shall serve a notice of intended slaughter on the owner or person in charge of the animal informing that person of the proposed slaughter and requiring the animal to be detained pending slaughter and to be isolated as far as practicable from such other animals as may be specified.

(2) The person on whom such a notice has been served shall ensure that the animal is not moved, or caused or permitted to be moved except under the authority of a licence issued by a veterinary inspector.

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