For the purposes of this Act, a notice of seizure is a notice that states the following—
(a) that the dog or cat has been seized and a description of the animal;
(b) the contact details of the person or body that has custody of the animal;
(c) the date of seizure of the animal;
(d) if a notice of objection has been served on the owner of an animal that has trespassed on private property under section 23(3), the address of that property;
(e) if the animal is not to be retained in custody or disposed of under this Act, the period within which the owner of the animal may recover the animal and the requirements of recovery under Division 5;
(f) that, if the animal is not recovered within any period for recovery of the animal, the animal may be sold or destroyed after the end of that period;
(g) whether the Council intends to retain custody of the animal under this Act or dispose of the animal under this Act.
S. 84J inserted by No. 65/2007 s. 29.