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The Enzootic Bovine Leukosis (Scotland) Regulations 2000

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Powers of veterinary inspectors to prohibit or control movement of bovine animals

8.  If a veterinary inspector has reasonable grounds for believing that the movement of any bovine animal from any place may give rise to the risk of enzootic bovine leukosis being spread, the veterinary inspector may, for the purpose of preventing the spread of that disease, serve a notice on the owner or occupier of that place or the owner or person in charge of the bovine animal–

(a)prohibiting the movement of that animal;

(b)requiring physical separation from other bovine animals on the premises; or

(c)imposing such conditions in respect of its movement as may be considered expedient.

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