No one may have in his possession a specified animal pathogen1, or any carrier2 in which he knows such a pathogen is present, nor deliberately introduce into any animal any such animal pathogen3, except under the authority of a licence4 issued by the appropriate authority5. If any person has in his possession any thing in which he has reasonable grounds for suspecting that a specified animal pathogen6 is present, and does not have a licence in respect of that pathogen, he must forthwith notify the appropriate
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