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Display of signs for certain Commercial Wildlife Licences

It is a condition of any Commercial Wildlife Licence, except a Wildlife Controller Licence, that the licence holder must—

        (a)     at all times display a sign or signs stating the following words—

              (i)     "The wildlife on these premises are possessed under a licence issued under the Wildlife Act 1975 "; and

              (ii)     "Wildlife must not be taken from the wild without a licence, permit or authority issued under the Wildlife Act 1975 ";

        (b)     ensure that signs which are required by paragraph (a)—

              (i)     are positioned at the main entrance to the premises specified in the licence; and

              (ii)     are in a position that is obvious and easily readable for all visitors to the premises or wildlife display or wildlife demonstration; and

              (iii)     have a white background, with the lettering on such signs in black block type of not less than 30 millimetres in height; and

              (iv)     are maintained in good condition so that they are easily readable at all times.

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