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24. (1) For the purpose of this Order a veterinary inspector or an inspector, on producing if so required a duly authenticated document showing the veterinary inspector’s or the inspector’s authority, has a right at all reasonable times to enter any premises, other than any part of any premises occupied as a private dwelling.
(2) A veterinary inspector may–
(a)inspect and examine any bovine animal or any carcase on the premises;
(b)make such tests in relation to and take such samples from any bovine animal or carcase on the premises as may be required for the purpose of diagnosis;
(c)examine any records in whatever form on the premises and take copies of those records; and
(d)take such other person as the veterinary inspector considers necessary for any purpose in relation to this Order.
(3) An inspector may–
(a)inspect any bovine animal or any carcase on the premises;
(b)examine any records in whatever form on the premises and take copies of those records; and
(c)take such other person as the inspector considers necessary for any purpose in relation to the enforcement of this Order.
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