New York Statutes
The law specifically allows a court to order the respondent to refrain from intentionally injuring or killing, without justification, any companion animal the respondent knows to be owned, possessed, leased, kept or held by the petitioner or a minor child residing in the household (subsection (i)(1) - (2)). NY - Eagles - Chapter 43-B.
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Consolidated Cruelty Statutes
(5 days ago) Summary: This document contains Pennsylvania's anti-cruelty laws that were amended in 2017 and 2018. In 2018, the state added a rescue and immunity provision for dogs and cats in "hot cars." Section 5532 covers neglect of animal and states that a person who has care of animal must provide: (1) necessary sustenance and potable water; (2) access to clean and sanitary …
Rabies Vaccination and Exemption Laws for Dogs
(7 days ago) Summary: This map describes state rabies vaccination laws with those states that allow owners to seek an exemption (opt-out) from vaccination requirements. To date (December 2019), only 16 states have laws or regulations that allow owners to seek a medical exemption from having their dogs vaccinated for rabies.
Consolidated Cruelty Statutes
(5 days ago) The law enforcement agency and the canine's handler shall make the canine available for examination at any reasonable time and shall notify the local health officer if the canine exhibits any abnormal behavior. (6) In addition to any other penalty, a person convicted of a violation of this section is liable for restitution to the owning or
Consolidated Cruelty Statutes
(5 days ago) Upon reasonable cause, and, as provided by law, such officers have the right to access and inspect records and property reasonably necessary to any investigation. (b) Whenever a humane officer, pursuant to an investigation of animal cruelty, forms a reasonable suspicion that a minor child, or incapacitated or elderly person, is the victim of
A Brief Explanation of Colombia’s Legal System Animal
(4 days ago) As a Civil Law country, Colombia’s legal system is mainly based on codes and laws rather than jurisprudence. One of the main characteristics of civil law countries is that their legal system does not recognize the jurisprudence as part of their legal bodies, which means that court’s decisions are only binding for the parties involved rather
Breed Specific Legislation: Related Ordinances
(6 days ago) Breed Specific Legislation: Related Ordinances. In Irondale, Alabama, it is unlawful to keep, harbor, own or possess any pit bull dog. However, pit bull dogs registered on the date of publication may be kept within the city subject to certain requirements. These requirements include proper confinement, the use of a leash and muzzle, the posting
Oregon Statutes Animal Legal & Historical Center
(5 days ago) Violation is a Class A misdemeanor. In a companion law, a person commits the crime of unlawful taking of wildlife if he or she discharges a hunting device toward a wildlife decoy in a manner inconsistent with lawful taking and the decoy is under the control of law enforcement officials. OR - Impound - 609.090.
Dog Leash Laws Animal Legal & Historical Center
(7 days ago) Generally, any law enforcement officer must have a warrant to enter your home unless there are “exigent circumstances” involved. Exigent circumstances, or those conditions that necessitate immediate action by law enforcement officials, do not apply to minor infractions, such as violation of a leash law or licensing ordinance.
Full Title Name: The Constitutional Scheme of
(6 days ago) The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India which lays down the fundamental political code, rights and duties of citizens, directive principles of state policy, procedures, structures and powers of governmental institutions. It is widely regarded to be a “living document”- dynamic and constantly evolving with changing times.
Conway v. Pasadena Humane Society Animal Legal
(4 days ago) The leash law states in pertinent part: "No person owning, having an interest in, harboring or having charge, care, control, custody or possession of any dog shall cause or permit such dog to be in or upon any public street, alley or other public place or in or upon any unenclosed lot or premises, unless such dog is securely confined by a
(6 days ago) This law provides that it is the policy of the state that no adoptable animal should be euthanized if it can be adopted into a suitable home. (Editor's note: The law was part of SB 1785 (the Hayden Act) that expanded the holding time for companion animals and the duties of pounds and shelters who act as depositories for lost or stray animals).
Wills and Trusts Animal Legal & Historical Center
(9 days ago) The Act itself is an example of the increased recognition of animal interests in the civil law arena. The provisions of the Uniform Trust Act of 2000, 1 which have been adopted in approximately 39 states, 2 lower another long-standing legal barrier for animals. The river has been forded.
Consolidated Dog Laws
(3 days ago) No law enforcement officer, agent of the board, or other official may enter a commercial breeder facility unless the person follows either the biosecurity procedure issued by the board or a reasonable biosecurity procedure maintained and prominently posted by the commercial breeder at each entry to a facility, whichever is more stringent.
Wills & Trusts
(4 days ago) If state law validates trusts for specific animals by using the honorary trust doctrine, the trustee will be permitted to carry out the owner's intent and provide care for the pet. [FN409] The owner's heirs and beneficiaries would probably be unable to successfully contest the trustee's use of the property for the pet.
Oregon Animal Legal & Historical Center
(2 days ago) The court observed that awarding of attorney fees is mandatory under Oregon law when a party prevails in an anti-SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation) lawsuit. Thus, the issue at hand was the amount of the attorney fees.
West Virginia Statutes Animal Legal & Historical Center
(2 days ago) This law reflects West Virginia's hunter harassment provision. Under the law, a person may not willfully obstruct or impede the participation of any individual in the lawful activity of hunting, fishing or trapping. Violation is a misdemeanor with a fine of not less than $100 and not more than $500 or imprisonment for 10 - 100 days, or both.
HUMANE EDUCATION, DISSECTION, AND THE LAW
(6 days ago) 284 ANIMAL LAW [Vol. 13:281 sive procedures on live animals. New York has a system of waivers available for experiments done in a laboratory for the purpose of a sci-ence fair,21 but only three waivers have been filed, and none of them were approved,22 despite a number of invasive projects documented over the years at the Intel International Science and Engineering
Animal Rights: Related Articles Animal Legal
(8 days ago) The law, created to protect beings from harm, has time and again proven itself a stubborn, static creation. However, through the efforts of people who have recognized the law's shortcomings and have sought to correct them, justice may eventually prevail. Unfortunately, the best means by which to accomplish justice for animals is not clear, and
Equine Activity Liability
(4 days ago) Summary: The Oklahoma Livestock Activities Liability Limitation Act provides that it is the intent of the Oklahoma Legislature to encourage livestock activities by limiting the civil liability of livestock activities sponsors, participants and livestock professionals involved in such activities. A livestock activity sponsor, a participant or a livestock professional acting in good faith and
ANIMALS PROTECTION ACT NO. 71 OF 1962
(6 days ago) General Law Amendment Act no. 102 of 1972 (with effect from 05 July 1972 - see title GENERAL LAW AMENDMENT ACTS) Animals Protection Amendment Act, No. 7 of 1972 Animals Protection Amendment Act, No. 54 of 1983 Animals Protection Amendment Act no. 20 of 1985 Animals Protection Second Amendment Act, No. 84 of 1985
The United Kingdom (UK) Animal Legal & Historical Center
(Just Now) Brief Summary of United Kingdom Animal Law Alice Collinson (2018) The main piece of animal protection legislation in the UK is the Animal Welfare Act 2006, which came into force in 2007, and applies to England and Wales.
Cruelty, Humane Slaughter
(3 days ago) (4) Any law enforcement agency, or humane officer as defined in s. 828.03, may institute proceedings in the appropriate circuit court to enforce compliance with the provisions of this section. Any law enforcement agency, or humane officer as defined in s. 828.03, may seek a civil penalty of up to $5,000 for each violation. CREDIT(S)
Cases Animal Legal & Historical Center
(3 days ago) The jury found that defendant had violated Oklahoma law by capturing wild elk, holding them captive, and organizing at least one commercial elk hunt, without a license for those activities. The court affirmed. Violation of a state hunting law was an …
Legislative History of 1972
(7 days ago) This Agreement, negotiated under the provisions of Public Law 88-308 and Public Law 89-658, expires December 31, 1972, unless extended by the two Parties. In the circumstances the Department suggests that in Section 101(2) immediately after the words 'United States' there be inserted the following: ', except as expressly provided by an
Results Animal Legal & Historical Center
(1 days ago) The Commonwealth Court held that the state Dog Law, which permitted holder of private kennel class I license to house up to 50 animals did not preempt city's animal control law which set limit of 12 dogs, and the homeowner's housing of 20 dogs was a public nuisance that the city could enjoin.
Map of Equine Activity Liability Statutes
(3 days ago) The above map details states that have Equine Activity Liability Laws. Currently (2021), 48 states have enacted laws which limit the liability of equine sponsors and professionals, veterinarians, or others, for the injury or death of a participant as a result of, or due to the inherent risk of equine activity or agricultural tourism activities.