A licence may be granted by the relevant licensing authority1 exempting from liability things done for the following purposes2:
(1) scientific or educational purposes3;
(2) ringing or marking, or examining any ring or mark on, wild animals4;
(3) conserving wild animals or wild plants or introducing them to particular areas5;
(4) protecting any zoological or botanical collection6;
(5) preserving public health or public safety or other imperative reasons of overriding public interest including those of a social or economic nature and beneficial consequences of primary importance for the environment7;
(6) preventing the spread of disease8; or
(7) preventing serious
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