Stock (Identification and Movement) Regulations 1972



    20C. Describing multiple brands and earmarks on waybill

    (1) If stock are branded with the registered brand of the owner of the stock, a person furnishing a waybill or other document in relation to the stock must record that brand.

    (2) If stock are not branded with the registered brand of the owner of the stock, a person furnishing a waybill or other document in relation to stock must record

    (a) every brand or earmark on the stock; or

    (b) in the case of cattle, if it is impracticable to record every brand or earmark, the word }various~.

    (2a) A person furnishing a waybill or other document on which the word }various~ is recorded under subregulation (2)(b) must record

    (a) the total number of cattle in respect of which the word }various~ is recorded under subregulation (2)(b);

    (b) the number and description of the cattle that have been identified with a brand or earmark in respect of each of the 4 brands or earmarks with which the greatest number of cattle have been identified; and

    (c) a description of the 4 brands or earmarks referred to in paragraph (b).


    Example
    If there is a total number of 60 stock to be recorded under paragraph (a), and 20 animals are identified with brand A, 15 animals with earmark B, 10 animals with earmark C, 7 animals with brand D, 5 animals with brand E and 3 animals with earmark F, the information required under paragraph (b) is
    20 (Description of stock) Brand A
    15 (Description of stock) Earmark B
    10 (Description of stock) Earmark C
    7 (Description of stock) Brand D
    (3) In this regulation and regulations 20D, 20E and 20F, }other document~ means a permit or any other document, other than a waybill, that authorises the movement of stock under the Act.

    [Regulation 20C inserted in Gazette 14 Sep 1973 p. 3479; amended in Gazette 2 May 1995 p. 1658; 10 Mar 2000 p. 1119-20; 14 Jun 2005 p. 2624-5.]



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