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On some occasions they use the Animal Welfare Act 2006 on others they use the Animal Health Act.
The Animal Welfare Act 2006 has a clause in it to prevent access to domestic premises but it is not clear what it actually means.
What is the legislation that decrees that "All act of parlament have to be interpreted in accordance with the HRA,?
What does interpret mean.?
Under the Animal Whelfare Act 2006 They are not allowed to enter.
but i do not understand what clause 3 preventing entry means.
Under the Animal Health Act they seamingly do not even need reasonable suspicion is this correct?
If they enter again and again surley this is harrisment. 11 times in all.
If it can be classed as harrisment what is the remedy at court and to which court would you address the matter . Please answer these points.
I assume you are refering to the AWA when you say they have a power of entry.
S23 stipulates they need a warrant.
Section 19 says (2)Subsection (1) does not authorise entry to any part of premises which is used as a private dwelling. Does this mean my garden and garage and annex.
If they constantly breach this clause by attending on 11 occasions in response to welfare allegations and on each occasion the state vet states that welfare on my farm is good to impressive but then decide to wander round my domestic premises what action can i take against them. I accept they can entre my farm anytime they like.My farm is next to my residence.
What remedy do i have?
Their alledged suspicion is that customers make enquiries and express concern over welfare on the farm because they do not know what they
are looking at.They are not about my domestic residence.
What do you recomend. Surley this is not consistant with the HRA.
If they have no reasonable grounds what can i prosecute them for?
Sorry but i do not understand your replies and i think we are acting at cross purposes.
1) I understand you are refering to the AWA .
2) If they do not have a warrant and they access my domestic premises
repeatedly without reasonable suspicion what action can i take against them and what is the process.
3) I have asked twice now for you to site the legislation that obliges them to
interpret legislation in accordance with the HRA.
Under the Animal Welfare Act 2006 and the Animal Health act Trading Standards gained access to my domestic premises declaring they had a right to do so by deception and at will. How does this impact on ones rights under The Human Rights Act and if not do i have recourse at law for their abuse of the legislation.
If Trading Standards entre onto my private domestic premisis under the
Animal Welfare Act 2006 without a warrent on repeated occasions what is my legal recourse against them.
Thank you but they have no right to entre my domestic premises and
I have given you the section that prevents them doing so 19.
If they want to do so they need a warrant under section 23. Please read the ACT.
This is a quote from the act
Section 19 says (2)Subsection (1) does not authorise entry to any part of premises which is used as a private dwelling. Does this mean my garden and garage and annex.?
I have not received a reply but you class the status as finnished why.