Subject and according to the provisions of the Animal Health Act 1981, the appropriate authority1 is empowered to make orders generally for the better execution of the Act, or for the purpose of in any manner preventing the spreading of disease, and in particular for the various purposes set out in the Act, and for prescribing and regulating the payment and recovery of expenses2. The other various powers to make orders under the Act are usually exercised in conjunction with this general power, but a limited number of orders take effect solely under the general power3.
Orders made under Acts
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