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The Aquatic Animal Health (Scotland) Regulations 2009

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25.—(1) An initial designation must–

(a)be in the form of a written notice;

(b)describe the area which is the subject of the designation;

(c)describe the circumstances in which a person commits an offence under regulation 24(3);

(d)make reference to any consent given by the competent authority under regulation 24(3).

(2) An initial designation may require that–

(a)any equipment, material or substance liable to transmit disease must not be moved into, out of or within the initial designation area or any part of that area;

(b)any means of transport liable to transmit disease must not be moved into, out of or within that area or any part of that area.

(3) The competent authority must serve a copy of an initial designation on any person it considers likely to be materially affected by the making of the designation.

(4) It is an offence not to comply with any requirement imposed under paragraph (2).

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