The Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005 enabled a primary or secondary authority1 to make an order, known as a dog control order, providing for a prescribed offence or offences2 relating to the control of dogs in respect of any land in its area3. Offences prescribed for such a purpose covered:
(1) failing to remove dog faeces4;
(2) not putting and keeping a dog on a lead5;
(3) permitting a dog to enter land from which it is excluded6; or
(4) taking more than a specified number of dogs onto land7.
The power to make a dog control order has
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