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1. Statutory authority
Pursuant to section 60 of the Animal Products Act 1999, I notify the following overseas market access requirements, entitled Dogs and Cats to India.
This notice takes effect from date of signing.
Dated at Wellington this 30th day of November 2005
Signed: Karen Sparrow
Biosecurity New Zealand
(pursuant to delegated authority)
2. India Requirements
Dogs and cats exported from New Zealand to India must comply with the import requirements of India listed in this notice as follows:
2.1 An official veterinarian authorised by the New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry must certify, after due enquiry, the following:
2.1.1 No case of rabies has ever occurred in New Zealand.
2.1.2 The animal has been located in New Zealand during the six months immediately preceding the date of shipment or since birth.
2.1.3 The animal has been examined within 48 hours of the scheduled date of export, and found to be fit and healthy to travel, free from ectoparasites and free from infectious and contagious disease.
DOMANIEC.IND 23.10.01 cats and dogs to India is revoked and replaced by this OMAR notification.
For the purposes of this document:
Any term or expression that is defined in the Animal Products Act 1999 and used, but not defined in this document, has the same meaning as in this Act.
This OMAR replaces the previous one, dated 23 October 2001. As far as MAF can ascertain, the requirement for an import permit is no longer required.
Additional Information on OMAR Notification: DOMANIEC.IND 28.11.05
1. It is recommended that the animal to be exported is accompanied by a letter from a shipping agent in India, confirming the conditions of entry and the requirement to take receipt of the animal upon arrival.
Section 61.A of the Animal Products Amendments Act 2005 states that ‘The Crown is not liable, and nor is the Director-General or any employee of the Ministry liable, for any loss arising through the refusal or failure of the relevant authority of an overseas market to admit export animal material or animal product to that market’.