Copies of all items listed in the Appendix, 015 Publications Adopted, are attached and are on file and available for viewing at the office of the Nebraska Department of Agriculture, located in the State Office Building, Fourth Floor, 301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, Nebraska, and at the office of the Secretary of State, Division of Rules and Regulations, Room 1305 of the Nebraska State Capitol,1445 K Street, Lincoln, Nebraska. Parts 1 to 199 (2012), adopted and incorporated herein by reference related to the importation of animals shall apply to such terms when found in these regulations, except where inconsistent, in which case definitions in the Animal Importation Act and these regulations control.The definition of terms found in the Animal Importation Act, other laws, and regulations under the department’s jurisdiction and in those sections of 9 C. The terms and their definitions set out in this section shall have the same meaning throughout these regulations. CERTIFICATE OF VETERINARY INSPECTION (CVI) means a legible document, either paper copy or electronic, issued by an accredited veterinarian at the point of origin of an animal movement, which meets the requirements in subsection 004.03 of these regulations, an example of which is attached as Appendix B, and is adopted and incorporated herein by reference. R.) means a codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government revised as of January 1, 2012, copies of relevant parts, sections, and subsections of Title 9, Code of Federal Regulations §§ 54, 55, 71, 75, 77, 78, 79, 85, 93.400, 93.417, 93.418, 93.420, 93.424 to 93.427, 93.429, 145, 146, 147, 160, 161 and 162 are attached in Appendix D, and are adopted and incorporated herein by reference.Please contact us to request a format other than those available.(HAR or the Regulations) dealing with the transportation of animals do not reflect current science regarding the care and handling of animals, do not align with the standards of Canada’s international trading partners, and are not aligned with the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) welfare standards for animals transported by land, air, and sea.is the legislative vehicle through which Canada meets its obligations under the Convention.The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) assists Environment Canada with the administration of the Convention by enforcing controls at CBSA ports of entry. (1): No person shall import into Canada any animal or plant that was taken, or any animal or plant, or any part or derivative of an animal or plant, that was possessed, distributed or transported in contravention of any law of any foreign state. (2): Subject to the regulations, no person shall, except under and in accordance with a permit issued pursuant to subsection 10(1), import into Canada or export from Canada any animal or plant, or any part or derivative of an animal or plant.
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