Where a licence1 has been issued or applied for and, after consulting one or more of the scientific authorities2, the appropriate authority considers that it is desirable to do so, it may give a direction in relation to the animal in respect of which the licence was applied for3. If the appropriate authority does so, then for as long as the direction is not revoked by the authority the animal must be taken to and kept at specified premises4 immediately after the relevant event5 occurs, until such time
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