"(Artículo único.-Introdúcense las siguientes modificaciones a la ley Nº 19.284: A) replace the heading of chapter I of title IV with the following:"access to culture, information, communication and the physical space, and assistance dogs,"and added, then the following paragraph 1:"1st. " Access to culture, information, communication and physical space. "."
(B) add, in chapter I of title IV, then of article 25, the following paragraph 2nd, new: "2nd. Assistance dogs for people with disabilities.
Article 25 - A.-all person with disability, however stated in article 6 °, shall have the right to be permanently accompanied by an assistance dog, to all building, building, infrastructure or public use space, either private or public property to a use involving the concurrence of public.
Also, these people, together with their assistance dogs, are entitled to access and circulate in any terrestrial or maritime passenger transport services in the national territory, whether free or paid, public or private, individual or collective. Access and circulation in air transport shall be governed by the regulations in force.
Article 25 - B.-the access, circulation and permanence, in workplaces and means of transport referred to in the preceding article, by the service dog accompanying a person with a disability, will not be subject to the payment of a sum of money, or they can be conditioned to the granting of any kind of warranty, unless this should incur is avaluable cash additional spending which must be informed previously who requires it.
Article 25 (C).-for the purposes specified in this law, "service dog" means one that is individually trained to perform tasks for the benefit of a person with a disability.
Assistance dogs can be trained to do work dogs Guide, signal, service or otherwise, in accordance with the characteristics and conditions fixed by the regulations.
Article 25-D-assistance dogs must be properly identified by the badge of official character that determines the regulation.
Article 25 - E-Correspondera to the owner of the assistance dog, or who serve him, take appropriate measures to ensure a healthy coexistence and to avoid disturbances or inconvenience to other persons.
Persons with disabilities may not exercise the rights established in this paragraph where the service dog signs of disease, aggression and, in general, when the animal becomes an obvious risk for people.
Article 25 - F-training assistance dogs will be in charge of institutions with legal personality or natural persons that meet the standards established the regulations. These institutions or persons will be responsible of selecting, to raise and train dogs for people with disabilities, as well as prepare the assistance dog user for use and care.
(C) be replaced by the following article 49: "article 49.-which is sanctioned as author of an act or omission arbitrary or illegal, in the terms provided for in the preceding article, shall pay not less than two fined not more than twenty monthly tax units, which will be doubled in the event of recidivism.".
(D) add, then article 49, the following article 49 - new: "Article 49-A-which would result in injury, trauma, or unjustified death to an assistance dog, shall be compelled to pay veterinary bills and the cost of replacement of the dog to its owner, if that may not continue exercising their duties or he is dead, without prejudice to the corresponding compensation liability.".