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DOMESTIC ANIMALS ACT 1994 - SECT 44AE

Councils to provide details of dangerous, menacing or restricted breed dogs to Secretary

A Council must provide to the Secretary the information set out in section 44AF relating to—

        (a)     a dog that is a dangerous dog by virtue of the operation of section 34A, within 7 days after—

              (i)     receiving a notification from the owner of the dog under section 37(1), 37(1A) or 37(1B); or

              (ii)     becoming aware that the dog is of a class of dog described in section 37(1), 37(1A) or 37(1B); and

        (b)     a dog that is declared by the Council under section 34(1) to be a dangerous dog or declared by the Council under section 41A(1) to be a menacing dog, within 7 days after—

              (i)     the end of the period during which a person may apply to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal for a review of the decision of the Council to make the declaration; or

              (ii)     if the person applies to the Tribunal for a review of the decision to make the declaration—

    (A)     the day the person withdraws or abandons the application; or

    (B)     the day that the Tribunal dismisses, strikes out or otherwise terminates proceedings in relation to the application; or

    (C)     the day that the Tribunal affirms the decision of the Council to make the declaration—

whichever occurs first; and

        (c)     a dog that is declared by the owner of the dog to be a restricted breed dog under section 10(3), within 7 days after receiving that declaration; and

        (d)     a dog that is declared by an authorised officer under section 98A to be a restricted breed dog, within 7 days after—

S. 44AE(d)(i) amended by No. 44/2010 s. 14(a).

              (i)     the end of the period during which a person may apply to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal for a review of the decision of the authorised officer to make the declaration; or

S. 44AE(d)(ii) amended by No. 44/2010 s. 14(a).

              (ii)     if the person applies to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal for a review of the decision to make the declaration—

    (A)     the day the person withdraws or abandons the application; or

S. 44AE(d)
(ii)(B) amended by No. 44/2010 s. 14(b).

    (B)     the day that the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal dismisses, strikes out or otherwise terminates proceedings in relation to the application; or

S. 44AE(d)
(ii)(C) amended by No. 44/2010 s. 14(b).

    (C)     the day that the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal affirms the decision of the authorised officer to make the declaration—

whichever occurs first.

S. 44AEA inserted by No. 44/2010 s. 15.



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