Subordinate Legislation 2012 No.35 of 2012 Livestock Amendment Regulations
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Part 3 Amendments commencing 1 January 2013 (4) If the property of destination is a saleyard, the owner of the saleyard must ensure that this information is entered on the NLIS database within 48 hours after the cattle were moved from the saleyard: (a) ID data; and (b) the PIC registered for the property to which the cattle were moved; and (c) the date on which the cattle were moved from the saleyard. Strict liability offence. Maximum penalty: 50 penalty units. (5) If the property of destination is a registered premises, the owner of the registered premises must ensure that this information is entered on the NLIS database: Fault element: (a) if the cattle were exported, within 48 hours of the export: (i) ID data; and (ii) the NLIS database destination code for export; and (iii) the date on which the cattle were exported from Australia; or (b) if the cattle were moved to another property, within 48 hours after the cattle were moved from the registered premises: (i) ID data; and (ii) the PIC registered for the property to which the cattle were moved; and (iii) the date on which the cattle were moved from the registered premises. Strict liability offence. Maximum penalty: 50 penalty units. Fault element: (6) In this regulation: ID data means the following: (a) the identification particulars of each permanent identification device attached to the cattle; Livestock Amendment Regulations 2012 6
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