Where a court makes a disqualification order1 and it appears to the court that the person to whom the order applies owns or keeps any animal2 contrary to the disqualification imposed by the order, it may order that all animals he owns or keeps contrary to the disqualification be taken into possession3. Where a person is convicted of an offence4 because of owning or keeping an animal in breach of disqualification5, the court by or before which he is convicted may order that all animals he owns or keeps in breach of the disqualification be taken into possession6. Such
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