A person is guilty of an offence against the Animal Health Act 1981 if, without lawful authority or excuse1, he:
(1) does anything contravening the Act, an order of the appropriate authority, or a local authority regulation2;
(2) fails to give, produce, observe or do any notice, licence, rule or thing as required by the Act or by an order or regulation3;
(3) does anything which the Act or an order makes or declares to be not lawful4;
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