A person who contravenes the provisions of the Guard Dogs Act 1975 relating to the control of guard dogs1 or restricting their keeping without a licence2 is guilty of an offence3.
Contravention of the Act or of regulations made under it or of the terms or conditions of a licence does not give rise to civil liability, nor does it derogate from it
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