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5. (1) No person may use any premises for an animal gathering unless those premises are licensed for that purpose by a veterinary inspector.
(2) An application for a licence must be in writing.
(3) A licence must include—
(a)the name of the licensee;
(b)the premises on which the animal gathering may take place; and
(c)particulars that identify the animal area.
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