Law No. 3.959 - Animal Health Police Law

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This Law introduces an animal health police regime against the invasion of exotic contagious diseases in cattle. It includes provisions specifying the obligation to immediately declare to the local authority any suspicion of contagious disease in animals. It establishes the Secretary of State for Agriculture and Livestock as the competent veterinary authority in Argentina.

Applicable countryArgentina
Animal movement regulations
Approval of other animal health measures
Competent veterinary authority
Original publication30 Aug 1971
Latest update30 Aug 1971
Available languages
Spanish Ley Nº 3.959 - Ley de Policía Sanitaria Animal.