(1) A licence is subject to any condition—
(a) prescribed by regulation; or
(b) put on the licence by the authority that the authority believes on reasonable grounds is reasonable or necessary in the interests of animal welfare.
Examples of conditions that may be put on a licence
1 a condition about the welfare of the animals to be used by the licensee
2 a condition about the provision of facilities and equipment for the welfare of the animals to be used by the licensee
3 that an approved code of practice must be complied with
Note The authority may amend a licence (including by putting a condition on the licence, or amending or removing a condition of the licence) at any time (see s 34).
(2) A licensee commits an offence if the licensee fails to comply with a condition of the licence.
Maximum penalty: 50 penalty units.
(3) An offence against subsection (2) is a strict liability offence.