Full Statute Name:  West's Vermont Statutes Annotated. Title Ten. Conservation and Development. Part 4. Fish and Wildlife Conservation. Chapter 113. Game. Subchapter 1. General Provisions. § 4714. Importation and possession of animals for hunting

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Primary Citation:  10 V.S.A. § 4714 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  September, 2016 Alternate Citation:  VT ST T. 10 § 4714 Date Adopted:  1999
Summary:

This Vermont law states that a person shall not import or possess any live animal for the purpose of taking by hunting, unless the commissioner has issued the person an importation and possession permit.

Statute Text: 

(a) A person shall not import or possess any live animal for the purpose of taking by hunting, unless the commissioner has issued the person an importation and possession permit. The fish and wildlife board shall adopt rules necessary to establish, implement and enforce the permit and permit process.

(b) An application for a permit shall be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection certifying that the animal has been inspected, is not showing signs of contagious diseases, and has been inventoried, registered, and tested in accordance with rules of the secretary of agriculture, food and markets. The commissioner of fish and wildlife may inspect animals being imported under an importation and possession permit and may dispose of unlawfully imported or possessed animals. The state may collect treble damages for expenses incurred in enforcing a violation of this subsection.

CREDIT(S)

1999, No. 30, § 6; 2003, No. 42, § 2; 2005, No. 12, § 5.

 

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