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The Veterinary Surgery (Artificial Insemination) Order 2007

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Suspension or revocation of a certificate of exemption

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8.—(1) A certificate of exemption may be—

(a)subject to such conditions as the Secretary of State thinks fit, including that the holder must, in every two year period starting with the date on which the certificate is granted—

(i)carry out at least five artificial insemination of mares; and

(ii)be declared in writing by a veterinary surgeon, who has personally supervised his artificial insemination of a mare, competent to carry out artificial insemination of mares;

(b)amended, suspended or revoked in writing at any time, including where the holder—

(i)breaches any condition of the certificate;

(ii)is convicted of any offence related to his artificial insemination of a mare; or

(iii)is no longer, in the opinion of the Secretary of State, a fit and proper person to carry out the artificial insemination of mares.

(2) The Secretary of State may require any person seeking reinstatement of a certificate of exemption—

(a)successfully to complete an approved course; and

(b)to produce a certificate to that effect, granted by the course provider.

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