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Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976

Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976

Elizabeth II. 1976. Chapter 38.

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animals -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKD667.A5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(1),9p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21081488M
    ISBN 100105438766
    OCLC/WorldCa16370115

    If you wish to keep an animal considered to be wild, dangerous or exotic, you will need to obtain a licence under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act The purpose of this licence is to make sure. The Dangerous Wild Animals Act of aims to ensure that where private individuals keep dangerous wild animals they do so in circumstances which create no risk to the public and safeguard the welfare of the animals. The Act does not apply to any dangerous wild animals kept in a zoo, pet shop or registered scientific : Jenny Walker.

    The Dangerous Wild Animals Act Note that keepers of dangerous wild animals are required to take out insurance policies against liability for damage caused to third parties and to be licensed by the local authority (Dangerous Wild Animals Act ). Non-dangerous species. The keeping of certain species of wild animals is controlled by the Dangerous Wild Animals Act and require a licence. These include for example certain wild species of cat, dogs, boar as well as primates and marsupials. Hybrid or cross-bred animals may need a licence, depending on how far removed the animal is from its wild ancestor.

    The Dangerous Wild Animals Act (DWA) requires that any person who wishes to keep a listed dangerous wild animal must first obtain a DWA licence from the appropriate local authority. Inspection of the premises by a veterinary surgeon and consideration of their report is obligatory before the local authority may grant a DWA licence. The Dangerous Wild Animals Act cannot be considered to be an effective mechanism for protecting the welfare of pet primates. Commonly kept primate species do not have to be licensed under the Act and the focus of the Act is on protecting people from animals rather than the other way around.


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Dangerous Sea Creatures (Wild, wild world of animals) Hardcover – January 1, by Thomas A Dozier (Author)Cited by: 2. Animal welfare act Why was it introduced. A vet is required for an inspection due to the license requirements. They also need targets to meet where the animals have to have a suitable environment (to live in) Ensure they have normal behaviour patterns to be protected from pain.

DANGEROUS WILD ANIMALS ACT THE DANGEROUS WILD ANIMALS ACT (MODIFICATION) ORDER (SI/ No. ) The following is a list of animals for which, when kept privately, a licence is required under the Act.

MAMMALS Scientific name of kind Common name or names Marsupials Dasyuridaw of the species The Tasmanian Devil. The Dangerous Wild Animals Act aims to ensure that where private individuals keep dangerous wild animals, they do so in circumstances which create no risk to the public and which safeguard the.

Animals Covered by the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1. Mammals. Marsupials- Tasmanian devil, Grey Kangaroo, Red Kangaroo, Wallaroo, Euro. Primates- Tamarins, New World Monkeys (Capuchin, Howler,Saki, Spider, Squirrel, Titi, Uakari, Woolly and the Night Monkey), Old World Monkeys (Baboons, Drill, Colobus Monkeys, Gelada, Guenons, Langurs, Leaf Monkeys, Macaques.

Title: Dangerous Wild Animals Act. Category: England, Wales and Scotland Law. Date: Reference: Chapter 38 [Full text not available]. General Description: This Act makes it an offense to keep a dangerous wild animal without a licence granted by a local authority.

74 rows  The Dangerous Wild Animals Act ("DWAA") was originally enacted in and amended. E+W+S. (1) This Act may be cited as the Dangerous Wild Animals Act (2) This Act shall come into operation at the expiration of a period of three months beginning with the date on which it is passed.

(3) This Act does not extend to Northern Ireland. Section 7. The Dangerous Wild Animals Act was intended to regulate the keeping of certain kinds of dangerous wild animals in order to protect the public.

This review was commissioned to determine the effectiveness of the Act, as currently administered, in achieving its aims. A major component of this review involved a questionnaire based survey ofFile Size: KB.

Dangerous Wild Animals Act CHAPTER 38 ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS Section 1. Licences. Provisions supplementary to section 1. Inspection by local authority. Power to seize and to dispose of animals without com- pensation.

Exemptions. Penalties. Interpretation. Power of Secretary of State to modify the Schedule. For example, the Dangerous Wild Animals Act requires the licensing of any animal listed on its schedule of dangerous species, such as big cats, bears, venomous snakes, etc.

The Act is first and foremost public health and safety legislation, and covers animal welfare only secondarily. DANGEROUS WILD ANIMALS ACT The Act provides that no person shall keep any dangerous wild animal except under authority of a licence granted by the Council. A “dangerous wild animal” is defined as any animal which is specified in the Schedule to the Act.

Author Merrily Harpur discusses one of the most popular theories behind Big Cats in Britain - The Dangerous Wild Animals Act of Along with her wealth of.

According to the Dangerous Wild Animals Actindividuals who wish to own wild animals in Britain may only do so under circumstances which do not create risk to the public. The Dangerous Wild Animals Act (“the Act”), as amended, regulates the keeping of dangerous wild animals.

The Act aims to protect the public and to ensure that the animals are properly cared for. SCHEDULE KINDS OF DANGEROUS WILD ANIMALS NOTE: See section 7(5) of this Act for the effect of the second column of this Schedule Wild dogs, wolves, jackals, the maned wolf, the bush dog and the dhole.

SCHEDULE KINDS OF DANGEROUS WILD ANIMALS. DANGEROUS WILD ANIMALS ACT Application for a licence to keep Dangerous Wild Animals I am aware that planning permission may be required in addition to a dangerous wild animals licence and that I will make the necessary enquiries with the planning department.

TY - BOOK. T1 - Effectiveness Study of the Dangerous Wild Animals Act AU - Greenwood, A. AU - Cusdin, P. AU - Radford, Michael John. PY - Y1 - M3 - Commissioned Report. BT - Effectiveness Study of the Dangerous Wild Animals Act PB - Unknown Publisher. CY - Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, London.

ER -Cited by: 1. Dangerous Wild Animal Act Conditions. Whilst any animal is being kept under the authority of the Dangerous Wild Animal Licence: The animal shall be kept by no person other than the person or.

BVA/BVZS Template for a Veterinary Inspection under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act The Dangerous Wild Animals Act requires that any person who wishes to keep a dangerous wild animal as specified in the Schedule must first obtain a DWA licence from the appropriate Local Authority.

The Dangerous Wild Animals Act states that licences are required from the local authority to keep certain animals specified in the act.

You can download the full list of .dangerous wild animals act REVIEW OF LICENCE CONDITIONS As a result of significant pressure from external organisations and in particular "Born free", concern was raised as to the licencing.

Revealed: the dangerous wild animals kept on UK private property This article is more than 4 years old Councils have issued licences for thousands of animals.