Laws in terms of animals has old origins and in lots of civilizations convinced species have held specific importance, be it non secular, cultural, dietary, or wearing. As a basic rule, the legislation used to be essentially serious about animals as estate, instead of short of safeguard, till the nineteenth century. because the Nineteen Seventies animal legislations has proved to be a development quarter within the construction and enforcement of either nationwide and overseas laws. This has been fairly so within the components of conservation and welfare and there was wide felony and philosophical attention of the prestige of animals.
This ebook isn't really meant to be a customary textual content, yet relatively a instruction manual within the real feel, a advisor for the lay person--namely, to assist the non-lawyer to appreciate the fundamental options of animal legislation and to supply the attorney (who is the lay individual on the planet of animal technological know-how) with an creation to suitable strategies and literature which aren't mostly present in the traditional felony texts.
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Recueil d ' O r d o n n a n c e s de la C r j ur Royale de Vli\ç de G u e r n e s e y " , T o m e Deuxième, 1801-1840) T h e welfare of animals is t h e concern of n u m e r o u s Acts of Parliament. The main body of them, which relate to cruelty, are the Protection of Animals Acts 1911-1964 (reference to which i n the text includes, as applicable, the Protection of Animals (Scotland) A^ct \g\2), o t h e r statutes are directed at the care of animals in specific s i t u a t i o n s . T h e Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986, which regulates t h i e u s e 0 f animals in research, is dealt with separately in Chapter 4.
The Act provides that the keeper of a domestic animial is not liable for the damage or injury which it causes, provided that he was not aware of its propensity to cause such harm. Conversely, the keeper of a dangerous species is liable for any harm it does (s. 2). The Act provides that the keeper of an animal is the owner or the person who has possession (which might be described as the day-to-day control) of it. This also includes the head of a household in which a person under 16 years old owns or possesses an animal.
3) makes the keeper of a dog liable for livestock which it has kiJ led or injured, namely cattle, horses, asses, mules, sheep, pigs, goats, poultry and captive dev^r, pheasants, partridges and grouse. This does not apply whe;re, inter alia, tlAe damage was due solely to the fault of the owner of the 1 ivestoηk. A person wl 10 kills or injures a vdog which was worrying livestock, and who had no other r easonabie means to s t o p it, is not liable to the dog's owner p r o vided that the former was authorisea^ to act for the protection of livestock and reported the matter to a police s t a t i c ^ within 48 hours (Animals Act 1971 s.
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