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The Avian Influenza (H5N1 in Wild Birds) (Scotland) Order 2007

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15.—(1) A person moving poultry, other captive birds or their products under a licence granted under this Order must–

(a)as soon after the movement as is reasonably practicable, make a record of–

(i)what is moved, including its quantity;

(ii)the date of the movement;

(iii)the name of the consignor;

(iv)the address of the premises from which the movement started;

(v)the registration number of any vehicle used;

(vi)the name of the consignee; and

(vii)the address of the destination; and

(b)retain it for at least six weeks from the date the movement was completed.

(2) A person who is required under this Order to make any other record must retain it for at least twelve months from the date the record is made.

(3) A person required to produce a record by a person executing this Order must do so without delay.

(4) On production of the record, the person executing this Order may–

(a)copy the record, in whatever form it is held;

(b)require any computer record to be produced in a form which can be taken away; and

(a)remove any record and retain it until the person has carried out the person’s functions under this Order.

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