In addition to penalties of imprisonment and fines1, the Animal Welfare Act 2006 provides a number of other post-conviction powers for the court in respect of offences2. Such powers include deprivation of ownership of an animal3, disqualification from owning or keeping animals4, seizure of animals in connection with disqualification5, destruction in the interests of the animal6, powers in relation to fighting offences7, forfeiture of equipment used in offences8, and cancellation of, or disqualification from holding, a
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