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19.—(1) No person shall move any animal in respect of which a supplementary movement control zone applies on to or off any premises in such a zone or into or out of such a zone except where the movement is–
(a)through the zone without stopping; or
(b)necessary to complete a journey started before the creation of the zone; or
(c)the movement of a horse for veterinary treatment under the authority of a licence granted by an inspector.
(2) Paragraph (1) applies–
(a)without prejudice to article 16(1);
(b)in a temporary control zone in place of article 16(2) or, where the temporary control zone was declared under article 16(3), paragraph 4 of Schedule 2; and
(c)in addition to any requirement or restriction which applies in any part of a supplementary movement control zone because of–
(i)a vaccination zone or vaccination surveillance zone; or
(ii)a wild animal infected zone.
(3) An inspector granting a licence under paragraph (1)(c) shall take account of the recommended measures in paragraph 2.1 of Annex VI to the Directive.
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