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Code of Laws of South Carolina 1976 Annotated. Title 50. Fish, Game and Watercraft. Chapter 11. Protection of Game. Article 4. Night Hunting, Harassment of Wildlife, Trespass Offenses. 50-11-780. Dogs engaged in hunting not required to be constrained by leash.

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Citation: Code 1976 50-11-780

Citation: SC ST 50-11-780


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 12/2013

Summary:  

This South Carolina statute provides that no dog is required to be constrained by a leash while it is actually engaged in hunting game and under supervision. As used in this section "supervision" means that the owner of the dog or his designee is either in the vicinity of the dog or in the process of trying to retrieve the dog.



Statute in Full:

No dog is required to be constrained by a leash while it is actually engaged in hunting game and under supervision. As used in this section "supervision" means that the owner of the dog or his designee is either in the vicinity of the dog or in the process of trying to retrieve the dog.

HISTORY: [Derived from former § 50-11-150 (1985 Act No. 142, § 1)]; 1988 Act No. 561, § 1; 1993 Act No. 181, § 1262.



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