Fees and services—Supply of a record book for another animal authority (s 343(3))—for a book with 50 pages under the Nature Conservation Act
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If you keep any protected international or prohibited animal, you must be able to tell a conservation officer where you obtained it. Anyone who buys a protected, international or prohibited animal must keep records about the person whom they obtained it from. Likewise, a person who sells a protected, international or prohibited animal must keep records about whom they sold the it to. You will also need to record transactions of births and deaths of protected wildlife held under the licence.
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