Animal Health Bill — Clause 7 — Slaughter: Power of Entry — 6 Nov 2002 at 21:30

Lords amendment: No. 22, in Page 4, line 33, leave out from beginning to end of line 1 on page 5 and insert-

X(3) The second condition is that each of the following applies to the occupier of the premises -

(a) he has been informed of the decision to seek entry to the premises and of the reasons for that decision;

(b) he has failed to allow entry to the premises on being requested to do so by an inspector;

(c) he has been informed of the decision to apply for the warrant and of the reasons for that decision including a copy of the sworn information;

(d) he has been provided with an opportunity to make representations to the justice of the peace about whether the warrant should be issued;

(e) he has been provided with the opportunity to present sworn information in person or in writing to the justice of the peace who is to consider the application for a warrant."

(4) The third condition is that-

(a) the premises are unoccupied or the occupier is absent and (in either case) notice of intention to apply for the warrant has been left in a conspicuous place on the premises, or

(b) an application for admission to the premises or the giving of notice of intention to apply for the warrant would defeat the object of entering the premises."

Amendment proposed to the Lords amendment: (a)-<[i>Mr. Morley], Question put, That the amendment be made:-

The House divided: Ayes 297, Noes 172.

Debate in Parliament | Historical Hansard | Source |

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