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Tasmania. 1996 ‘Requirements Relating to Animal Welfare.’ Firearms Act 1996 (Act as at 4 November 2015); Part 2 (Section 42). Hobart: Legislative Council and House of Assembly. 30 August

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42. Requirements relating to animal welfare

An applicant whose genuine reason for possessing or using a firearm is animal welfare must be -

(a) an officer of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals established in Tasmania; or
(b) a veterinary surgeon registered under the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1987; or
(c) an inspector under the Animal Health Act 1995; or
(d) an inspector or officer under the Animal Welfare Act 1993; or
(e) an authorised person under the Dog Control Act 2000; or
(f) an authorised officer under the Nature Conservation Act 2002; or
(g) a primary producer; or
(h) a prescribed person.

ID: Q12006

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