| Commentary

175 Defences

| Commentary

175 Defences

It is not an offence to take or attempt to take a badger that has been disabled otherwise than by the act of the person taking it, and for the sole purpose of tending it; or to kill or attempt to kill a badger which appears to be so seriously injured or in such a condition that to kill it would in fact be an act of mercy; or to kill or injure any badger unavoidably as an incidental result of a lawful action1.

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