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The Equine Identification (England) Regulations 2018

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9.—(1) An issuing body—

(a)must ensure that any stock of pre-printed blank IDs (“pre-printed blank stock”) which it holds or maintains;

(b)must ensure that any ID which it issues from such pre-printed blank stock; and

(c)may ensure that ID which it issues otherwise than from pre-printed blank stock,

complies with paragraph (2).

(2) For the purpose of paragraph (1), the ID or the pre-printed blank stock must, as a minimum, contain a serial number that is printed on each of the pages which form sections I to III of the ID (as set out in Annex I to the EU Regulation).

(3) An issuing body must ensure that all IDs and pre-printed blank stock are securely managed on its premises.

(4) If an ID or any pre-printed blank stock is lost, missing or stolen, the issuing body concerned must—

(a)notify the Secretary of State as soon as possible of the loss, misplacement or theft; and

(b)with the notification mentioned in sub-paragraph (a), inform the Secretary of State of—

(i)the circumstances of the loss, misplacement or theft; and

(ii)the serial numbers for the ID or the pre-printed blank stock concerned.

(5) For the purposes of Article 9(1)(c), as read with, and subject to, Article 10(3), the issuing body concerned must ensure that section IV (details of ownership) of an ID is completed before the ID is issued under Article 9.

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