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MT - Dog - Dogs Act Act XXI of 1985, Amended by VII of 1990

The Dogs Act was originally enacted in 1985. It provides that a person keeping a dog over the age of six months must obtain a licence for the dog. If a person does not have a licence for the dog, he or she shall be guilty of a criminal offence and will be liable to the punishment of a fine ( ammenda ) of five liri.

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MT - Animal Welfare - Animal Welfare Act Chapter 439, Act XXV

The purpose of this Act is to establish and consolidate the protection of animals kept for work, sport, companionship, and food. The term "animal" is defined under the Act as ‘all living members of the animal kingdom, other than human beings, and includes free-living larval and, or, reproducing larval forms, but does not include foetal or embryonic forms.’

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The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective (Chapter 3) Lorraine Poole Faculty of Laws, University of Malta

This chapter accompanies the thesis from Malta entitled, "The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective." Chapter 3 examines criminal liability in Malta for animal cruelty violations. The chapter specifically explores criminal liability for non-therapeutic surgical modification to animals (e.g., docking and cropping) and animal fighting, among others.

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The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective (Table of Statutes) Lorraine Poole Faculty of Laws, University of Malta

This Table of Statutes accompanies the thesis from Malta entitled, "The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective."

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TThe Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective (Appendix 2 Lorraine Poole Faculty of Laws, University of Malta

This Appendix accompanies the thesis from Malta entitled, "The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective."

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The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective (Chap. 4) Lorraine Poole Faculty of Laws, University of Malta

This chapter accompanies the thesis from Malta entitled, "The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective." Chapter 4 examines the movement of companion animals into and out of the EU. The chapter specifically explores the new concept of “pet passports” for individuals traveling with companion animals.

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The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective (chapter 2) Lorraine Poole Faculty of Laws, University of Malta

This chapter accompanies the thesis from Malta entitled, "The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective." Chapter 2 examines civil liability for damage caused by animals from a historic and civil code perspective. The chapter also explores criminal liability for damage done by animals.

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The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective (Introduction) Lorraine Poole Faculty of Laws, University of Malta

This thesis explores the way companion animals are treated under the laws of Malta. In doing so, the paper examines the new concept of "pet passports" in the European Union and licensing norms. Both the nation's Dog Law and Animal Welfare Act are analyzed with respect to the treatment of companion animals by the legal system.

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The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective (Malta) - Bibl Lorraine Poole Faculty of Laws, University of Malta

This Bibliography accompanies the thesis from Malta entitled, "The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective."

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The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective (Appendix 3) Lorraine Poole Faculty of Laws, University of Malta

This Appendix accompanies the thesis from Malta entitled, "The Regulation and Protection of Animals Kept for Companionship: A Critical Analysis and Comparative Perspective."

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