A person is guilty of an offence against the Animal Health Act 19811 if he:
(1) acts without a licence or with an expired licence, where a licence is required, with intent to evade the Act or an order of the appropriate authority or a regulation of a local authority2;
(2) uses, offers or attempts to use an incomplete or false licence3;
(3) makes a declaration or statement false in a material particular for the purpose of obtaining a licence, certificate or instrument, or obtains or endeavours to obtain one by false pretences
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