Livestock Act, RSBC 1996, c 270

The Livestock Act regulates livestock at large in the Province of British Columbia.

Specifically, the Act authorizes the establishment of livestock districts for the purpose of allowing livestock to be at large within the prescribed districts. In addition, the Act addresses the capture of livestock at large and authorizes killing a dog found running at large if they are attacking or viciously pursing livestock.

Associated Regulations:

Livestock Regulations, BC Reg 67/81

Pound Districts Regulation, BC Reg 66/81

Source: Legislation

Jurisdiction: British Columbia

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