Regulation On The Intra-Community Movement As Well As The Importation And Transit Of Animals And Goods

Original Language Title: Verordnung über das innergemeinschaftliche Verbringen sowie die Einfuhr und Durchfuhr von Tieren und Waren

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Regulation on intra-Community movement and the importation and transit of animals and goods (Single Market Animal Health Protection Regulation-BmTierSSchV)

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BmTierSSchV

Date of expiry: 28.12.1992

Full quote:

" Internal market animal health protection regulation in the version of the notice of 6. April 2005 (BGBl. 997), which was last amended by Article 9 of the Regulation of 29 June 1997. December 2014 (BGBl. I p. 2481) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 6.4.2005 I 997;
last modified by Art. 9 V v. 29.12.2014 I 2481
§ 27 (2) is gem. § 44 Halbs 2 iVm Bek 6.4.1994 II 515 mWv 1.1.1994 entered into

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This regulation serves the purpose of: Implementation of the following acts:
1.
Council Directive 64 /432/EEC of 26 June 2001. Regulation on animal health problems relating to intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine (OJ L 327, 31.12.1964, p. EC No L 121 p. 1977), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 21/2004 of 17 June 2004. 1 December 2003 (OJ L 327, EU 2004 No 8),
2.
Council Directive 64 /433/EEC on health problems in intra-Community trade in fresh meat (OJ L 327, 30.4.2002, p. EC No L 121 p. 2012), as last amended by Council Directive 95 /23/EC of 22 June 2000, 1 June 1995 (OJ C 327, EC No 7),
3.
Council Directive 71 /118/EEC of 15 June 1991. February 1971 on health problems in the case of trade in fresh poultrymeat (OJ L 327, 28.11.1971, p. EC No 23), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 807/2003 of 14 June 2003 on the European Economic and Economic Community (EC) No 807/2003 of the 1 April 2003 (OJ L 327, EU No 36),
4.
Council Directive 72/461/EEC of 12 June 1992. 12 December 1972 on health problems relating to intra-Community trade in fresh meat (OJ C 327, 30.12.1972, p. EC No 24), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 807/2003 of 14 June 2003 on the European Economic and Economic Community (EC) No 807/2003 of the 1 April 2003 (OJ L 327, EU No 36),
5.
Council Directive 72/462/EEC of 12 June 1992, p. 1 December 1972 on health and veterinary inspection problems upon importation of bovine animals, swine, ovine and caprine animals, fresh meat or meat products from third countries (OJ L 327, 30.12.1972, p. EC No 28), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 807/2003 of 14 June 2003 on the European Economic and Economic Community (EC) No 807/2003 of the 1 April 2003 (OJ L 327, EU No 36),
6.
Council Directive 77 /99/EEC of 21 December 1991. December 1976 on health problems relating to intra-Community trade in meat products (OJ L 327, 28.12.1976, p. EC No 85), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 807/2003 of 14 June 2003 on the European Economic and Economic Community (EC) No 807/2003 of the 1 April 2003 (OJ L 327, EU No 36),
7.
Council Directive 80 /215/EEC of 22 June 1992. January 1980 on animal health problems relating to intra-Community trade in meat products (OJ L 327, 31.12.1980, p. EC No 4), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 807/2003 of 14 June 2003 on the European Economic and Economic Community (EC) No 807/2003 of the 1 April 2003 (OJ L 327, EU No 36),
8.
Council Directive 88 /407/EEC of 14 June 1992, p. 1 June 1988 laying down the animal health requirements applicable to intra-Community trade in and imports of frozen semen of bovine animals (OJ L 327, 31.12.1988, p. 1). EC No 10), as last amended by Commission Decision 2004 /101/EC of 6 May 2004. 1 January 2004 (OJ L 327, EU No 15),
9.
Council Directive 89 /556/EEC of 25 June 1992. 1 September 1989 on animal health issues relating to intra-Community trade in and imports from third countries of embryos of domestic animals of the bovine species (OJ L 327, 28.12.1989, p. EC No 1), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 of 14 June 2003 on the European Economic and Economic Community (EC) No 806/2003 of the 1 April 2003 (OJ L 327, EU No 1),
10.
Council Directive 89 /662/EEC of 11 June 1992, p. 1 December 1989 concerning veterinary checks in intra-Community trade with a view to the completion of the internal market (OJ L 327, 28.12.1989, p. EC No 13), as last amended by Directive 2004 /41/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 June 2001 on the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 June 2003 on the implementation of 1 April 2004 (OJ L 327, EU No 33, 195 p. 12),
11.
Council Directive 90 /425/EEC of 26 June 1991. Regulation of the veterinary and zootechnical checks applicable in intra-Community trade in live animals and products with a view to the completion of the internal market (OJ L 327, 31.12.1990, p. EC No 29), as last amended by Directive 2002/33/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 June 2002 on the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Communities 1 October 2002 (OJ C 327, EC No 14),
12.
Council Directive 90 /426/EEC of 26 June 1992, p. 1 June 1990 laying down the animal health rules governing the movement and importation from third countries of equidae (OJ L 327, 31.12.1990, p. EC No 42), as last amended by Council Directive 2004 /68/EC of 26 June 2000, 1 April 2004 (OJ L 327, EU No 321, 226 p. 28),
13.
Council Directive 90 /429/EEC of 26 June 1991. 1 June 1990 laying down the animal health requirements applicable to intra-Community trade in and imports of semen of porcine semen (OJ L 327, 31.12.1990, p. 1). EC No 62), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 of 14 June 2003 on the European Economic and Economic Community (EC) No 806/2003 of the 1 April 2003 (OJ L 327, EU No 1),
14.
Council Directive 90 /539/EEC of 15 June 1991. 1 October 1990 on animal health conditions governing intra-Community trade in and imports from third countries of poultry and hatching eggs (OJ L 327, 30.12.1990, p. EC No 6), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 of 14 June 2003 on the European Economic and Economic Community (EC) No 806/2003 of the 1 April 2003 (OJ L 327, EU No 1),
15.
Council Directive 91 /67/EEC of 28 June 1992, p. January 1991 concerning the animal health rules applicable to the placing on the market of aquaculture animals and products (OJ L 327, 31.12.1991, p. EC No 1), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 of 14 June 2003. 1 April 2003 (OJ L 327, EU No 1),
16.
Council Directive 91 /68/EEC of 28 June 1992, p. 1 January 1991 on animal health problems relating to intra-Community trade in ovine and caprine animals (OJ L 327, 31.12.1991, p. EC No 19), as last amended by Commission Decision 2004 /554/EC of 9 June 2000. 1 July 2004 (OJ L 327, EU No 1),
17.
Council Directive 91 /494/EEC of 26 June 1991, p. 1. on animal health conditions governing intra-Community trade in and imports from third countries of fresh poultrymeat (OJ L 327, 31.12.1991, p. EC No 35), as last amended by Council Directive 1999 /89/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 June 1999 on the 21 November 1999 (OJ C 327, EC No 17),
18.
Council Directive 91 /495/EEC of 27 June 1992, p. November 1990 on health and animal health problems relating to the production and placing on the market of rabbit meat and farmed game meat (OJ L 327, 22.12.1990, p. EC No 41), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 of 14 June 2003. 1 April 2003 (OJ L 327, EU No 1),
19.
Council Directive 91 /496/EEC of 15 June 1991. 1 July 1991 laying down the principles governing the organisation of veterinary checks on animals entering the Community from third countries and amending Directives 89 /662/EEC, 90 /425/EEC and 90 /675/EEC (OJ No L 73, 27.2.1991, p. EC No 56), as last amended by the Act of Accession 2003 (OJ L 268, 18.7.2003, p. EU No 33),
20.
Council Directive 92 /45/EEC of 16 June 1992, p. Regulation of the health and animal health problems relating to the laying of wild game and the placing on the market of wild game meat (OJ L 327, 22.9.1992, p. EC No 35), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 of 14 June 2003 on the European Economic and Economic Community (EC) No 806/2003 of the 1 April 2003 (OJ L 327, EU No 1),
21.
Council Directive 92 /46/EEC of 16 May 1992. 1 June 1992 laying down the health rules for the production and placing on the market of raw milk, heat-treated milk and milk-based products (OJ L 327, 30.4.1992, p. EC No 1), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 of 14 June 2003. 1 April 2003 (OJ L 327, EU No 1),
22.
Council Directive 92 /65/EEC of 13 June 1992, p. July 1992 laying down the animal health conditions governing trade in and imports into the Community of animals, semen, ova and embryos not subject to the specific Community rules referred to in Annex A, Section I to Directive 90 /425/EEC (OJ L 376, 27.4.1990, p EC No 54), as last amended by Council Directive 2004 /68/EC of 26 June 2000, 1 April 2004 (OJ L 327, EU No 321, 226 p. 128),
23.
Council Directive 92 /118/EEC of 17 May 1992, p. 1 December 1992 laying down animal health and public health conditions governing trade in and imports into the Community of products of animal origin, provided that they do not meet the specific requirements of the Community. Community rules laid down in Annex A, Chapter I, to Directive 89 /662/EEC and, as regards pathogens, to Directive 90 /425/EEC (OJ L 206, 22.7.1990, p. EC No 49), as last amended by Directive 2004 /41/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 June 2000 on the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union, 1 April 2004 (OJ L 327, EU No 33, 195 p. 12),
24.
Council Directive 94 /65/EC of 14 June 2000. 1 December 1994 laying down rules for the production and placing on the market of minced meat and meat preparations (OJ L 327, 28.12.1994, p. EC No 10), as last amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 806/2003 of 14 June 2003 on the European Economic and Economic Community (EC) No 806/2003 of the European 1 April 2003 (OJ L 327, EU No 1),
25.
Council Directive 97 /78/EC of 18 May 1999. 1 December 1997 laying down the principles governing the organisation of veterinary checks on products entering the Community from third countries (OJ L 327, 31.12.1997, p. EC 1998 No 9), as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 June 2004. 1 April 2004 (OJ L 327, EU No 1, 191 p. 1),
26.
Commission Decision 97 /794/EC of 12 June 1997. 1 November 1997 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Directive 91 /496/EEC as regards veterinary checks on live animals to be introduced from third countries (OJ L 327, 31.12.1997, p. EC No 31),
27.
Council Directive 2001 /89/EC of 23 June 2000, p. October 2001 on Community measures for the control of classical swine fever (OJ L 327, 28.12.2001, p. EC No 5), as amended by the Act of Accession 2003 (OJ L 316, 15.7.2003, p. EU No 33),
28.
Directive 2002 /33/EC (referred to as 2003 /33/EC) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 December 2002. Directive amending Council Directives 90 /425/EEC and 91 /118/EEC as regards health rules for animal by-products (OJ L 327, 31.12.2002, p. EC No 14),
29.
Council Directive 2002/99/EEC of 16 June 1999. Regulation on animal health requirements for the production, processing, distribution and import of foodstuffs of animal origin (OJ L 327, 31.12.2002, p. EC 2003 No 11),
30.
Council Directive 2003 /43/EC of 26 June 2003. May 2003 amending Directive 88 /407/EEC laying down the animal health requirements applicable to intra-Community trade in and imports of semen of bovine semen (OJ No L 73, 27.3.2003, p. EU No L 143 p. 23),
31.
Council Directive 2003 /50/EC of 11 June 2003. Amending Directive 91 /68/EEC as regards the strengthening of controls on movements of ovine and caprine animals (OJ 2003 L 2003, p. 1). EU No 51),
32.
Directive 2004 /41/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 June 2000 on the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Communities. Directive on the repeal of certain Directives on the hygiene and hygiene of foodstuffs for the manufacture and placing on the market of certain products of animal origin intended for human consumption, and amending the Council Directives 89 /662/EEC and 91 /118/EEC and Council Decision 95 /408/EC (OJ L 103, 25.4.1989, p. EU No 33, 195 p. 12).

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(+ + + text-proof from: 1.1.1993 + + +)
(+ + + Official notes of the norm-provider on EC law:
Implementation of the
EWGRL 432/64 (CELEX Nr: 31964L0432)
EWGRL 433/64 (CELEX NO: 31964L0433)
EWGRL 118/71 (CELEX NO: 31971L0118)
EWGRL 461/72 (CELEX NO: 31972L0461)
EWGRL 462/72 (CELEX No: 31972L0462)
EWGRL 99/77 (CELEX No: 31977L0099)
EWGRL 215/80 (CELEX NO: 31980L0215)
EWGRL 407/88 (CELEX NO: 31988L0407)
EWGRL 556/89 (CELEX NO: 31989L0556)
EWGRL 662/89 (CELEX NO: 31989L0662)
EWGRL 425/90 (CELEX No: 31990L0425)
EWGRL 426/90 (CELEX NO: 31990L0426)
EWGRL 429/90 (CELEX NO: 31990L0429)
EWGRL 539/90 (CELEX NO: 31990L0539)
EWGRL 67/91 (CELEX NO: 31991L0067)
EWGRL 68/91 (CELEX No: 31991L0068)
EGRL 494/91 (CELEX NO: 31991L0494)
EWGRL 495/91 (CELEX NO: 31991L0495)
EWGRL 496/91 (CELEX NO: 31991L0496)
EWGRL 45/92 (CELEX NO: 31992L0045)
EWGRL 46/92 (CELEX No: 31992L0046)
EWGRL 65/92 (CELEX NO: 31992L0065)
EWGRL 118/92 (CELEX NO: 31992L0118)
EGRL 65/94 (CELEX NO: 31994L0065)
EGRL 78/97 (CELEX No: 31997L0078)
EGEntsch 794/97 (CELEX NO: 31997D0794)
EGRL 89/2001 (CELEX NO: 32001L0089)
EGRL 33/2002 (CELEX No: 32002L0033)
-referred to as EGRL 33/2003-
EGRL 99/2002 (CELEX Nr: 32002L0099)
EGRL 43/2003 (CELEX NO: 32003L0043)
EGRL 50/2003 (CELEX NO: 32003L0050)
EGRL 41/2004 (CELEX No: 32004L0041). Bek. v. 6.4.2005 I 997
Implementation of the
EURL 31/2013 (CELEX Nr: 32013L0031) cf. V v. 29.12.2014 I 2481 + + +)

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Content overview

Section 1
General Rules
§ 1Scope
§ 2Definitions
§ 3Certificates
§ 4Display and Registration
§ 5Bookkeeping
§ 6 Requirements for means of transport and containers
§ 7Responsibility, general approval principle
Section 2
Inner Community Publishing
Subsection 1
Intra-Community Application Requirements
§ 8 Approx.
§ 9Authorizing the permit subject to permit
§ 9aAnimate ban on animals
§ 9b Prohibition of movement for vaccinated animals
§ 10Prohibition of shipments of certain goods
§ 10aOther movement prohibitions
§ 11Special Movement ban on animals and goods
§ 12Transfer to other Member States
§ 13Bringing in from other Member States
§ 13aSpecial provisions for Monkeys and semi-monkeys
§ 14Special provisions for fish
§ 14a(omitted)
§ 14b(omitted)
§ 15Companies in need of admission
§ 16Disclosure of the Approvals
§ 17Admission Ruby
§ 18 Marking
Subsection 2
Intra-Community Placement Monitoring
§ 19arrival display
§ 20Measures at risk a disease spread
§ 21Other measures
Section 3
Imports
Subsection 1
Requirements for imports
§ 22Approval-free imports
§ 23Special provisions for trade with certain third countries
§ 23a Special provisions for the import of shipments rejected in third countries
§ 24Authorisations subject to permit Imports
§ 24aBan on imports of certain goods
§ 25 Special import bans
§ 26Import over certain monitoring points
§ 27Import investigation
§ 28 (omitted)
subsection 2
Measures on imports
§ 29Document verification, check-out, physical examination
§ 30 Certificates
§ 31Reject
Subsection 3
Rules on imported animals and goods
§ 32General specification
§ 33Slaughtered Animals Taken
§ 34 introduced breeding and breeding animals, imported hatching eggs as well as poultry hatched from them
§ 34aIntroduced Monkeys and Halbaffen
§ 35Imported Birds
§ 36 (omitted)
§ 36aPlacing imported goods in camps in free zones, free warehouses and customs warehouses
Section 4
Transit
§ 36bProhibition of transit for certain goods
§ 37Transit requirements
Section 4a
Export
§ 37aVerbotes and restrictions
Section 5
Exceptions
§ 38Animals
§ 39goods
§ 39aApplication of Union law
Section 6
Authority powers, regularties
§ 40Authority's powers
§ 41Administrative Offences
Section 7
Final Provisions
§ 42Transitional rules
§ 43Effective Announcements
§ 43a(omitted)
§ 44 (Entry into force)

Section 1
General Rules

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§ 1 Scope

(1) This regulation regulates the intra-community transfer as well as the import, transit and export
1.
live paarhufer (Artiodactyla), Unpaired Hufer (Perissodactyla), Rüsseltiere (Proboscidae), Dogs, Domestic cats, rabbits, rabbits, monkeys (Simiae), half-monkeys (prosimiae), ferrets, foxes, mink, living poultry, as well as live parrots, parakeets and other birds, fish, bees and bumblebees (animals),
2.
of products, raw materials and parts of animals of the species referred to in point 1, animals of animal carcasses and parts of the animal and of meat wild-living mammals (Goods),
3.
of objects that can be carriers of contagion (objects).
This Regulation also regulates intra-Community movement, as well as the importation of animals not listed in the first sentence of the first subparagraph, which are intended for zoos, wild parks or other establishments which are subject to the implementation of Article 13 of Council Directive 92 /65/EEC of 13 July 1992 on the application of the July 1992 laying down the animal health conditions governing trade in and imports into the Community of animals, semen, ova and embryos not subject to the specific Community rules referred to in Annex A, Section I to Directive 90 /425/EEC (OJ L 376, 27.4.1990, p EC No 64), as amended by the relevant national provisions in force.(2) Unless otherwise provided for in this Regulation, the provisions of this Regulation shall not apply to goods or objects falling within the scope of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 June 2002 on the application of the provisions of this Regulation. October 2002 laying down the health rules for animal by-products not intended for human consumption (OJ L 327, 30.12.2002, p. EC No 1) are subject to the current version of the Directive.(3) The provisions of this Regulation shall not apply to the extent that directly applicable provisions of the European Community or of the European Union within the scope of application of this Regulation are subject to identical or different requirements to be met by: Intra-Community movement, import, transit or export. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation,
1.
Huftiere: Paarhufer (Artiodactyla), Unpaired Hufer (Perissodactyla), excluding Einhufer (Equidae), and Rüsseltiere (Elephantidae);
2.
Paarhufer: fork (Antilocapridae), Hornbearer (Bovidae), Camelids (Camelidae), Hirsche (Cervidae), Giraffen (Giraffidae), Flusspferde (Hippopotamidae), Moschusochsen (Moschidae), Pigs (Suidae), Pekaris (Tayassuidae) and Hirschferkel (Tragulidae);
3.
Klauentiere: ruminants, camelids and Pigs;
4.
bovine animals of the genus of the genus, including bison, bison, bison and water buffalo;
5.
style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none;"> Unpaired hupers, except for single huts: Rhinocerotidae and Tapiridae;
6.
Beetle: Horses, Esel, mules, molluscs, zebras and zebroids;
7.
Registered solipeds: farmed and farmed solipeds, registered or recorded in a farmed book, and be registered or registered equidae as defined in Article 2 (c) of Council Directive 90 /426/EEC of 26 June 1990, 1 June 1990 laying down the animal health rules governing the movement and importation from third countries of equidae (OJ L 327, 31.12.1990, p. EC No L 224 p. 42);
8.
Rüsseltiere: Elefanten (Elephantidae);
9.
Gewings: Enten, Fasanen, Goose, chickens, ratioe (fowl), guinea fowl, partridge, pigeons, turkeys and quail, which are kept for breeding, production of meat or eggs, or to increase the amount of wild herds;
10.
One-day chicks: poultry with an age of less than 72 hours, except in the case of flights and their intersections, not fed since slippage;
11.
Bruteier :Geflülers, which are intended for incubation;
12.
Hufanimals meat: meat of cattle, Pigs, sheep, goats and solipeds;
13.
poultrymeat: meat of poultry, excluding meat of ratite;
14.
Farmwild meat: farmed meat and farmed farmed meat, excluding meat from ungulates;
15.
Bees: Bee colonies as well as bee queens with their companion bees;
16.
Nutz and breeding animals: Animals, which , in particular for breeding or for the production of animal products, with the exception of animals for slaughter;
17.
slaughtered animals: animals intended for slaughter in the early days of slaughter. of a slaughterhouse or for a collection point which they may only leave for slaughter;
18.
Meat: parts suitable for human consumption slaughtered or raised animals and the meat products produced therefrom;
19.
fresh meat: meat which does not affect its shelf life; in addition to a cold treatment;
20.
meat product: product made from or with the addition of meat, and one of its durability in addition to a cold treatment;
21.
feedingstuffs: feedingstuffs within the meaning of the provisions of the futures legislation, which shall: Where there are or contain goods;
22.
Fish holding operation: attachment or device for breeding, keeping or chilling of fish;
23.
focal point :establishments in which clutters or solipeds are merged from different stores of origin for retail;
24.
EWR State :third country party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area;
25.
Transit: imports of shipments or intra-community delivery of imported consignments with subsequent export;
26.
Document Examination: official examination of the certificates accompanying the animals and goods;
27.
Neasement:official check of the conformity of animals and goods with the certificates accompanying them;
28.
physical examination: official examination of the animal and goods health care condition;
29.
Border Control stelle:official monitoring point for document verification, check-out and physical examination of animals and goods at the border to a Third country or in a port or airport.
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§ 3 certificates

(1) certificates issued pursuant to this Regulation shall be submitted to the competent authority in the original or in the case of § 30 (1) sentence 1 in a certified copy and must be issued in German or provided with an officially certified German translation. Certificates for consignments destined for another Member State must also be issued in one of the official languages of that Member State. Where broadcasts are introduced via a border inspection post situated in another Member State, the certificates must be issued at least in one of the official languages of that Member State, by way of derogation from the first sentence. Certificates in accordance with sentences 1 to 3 must consist of a single sheet or of a multi-page, inseparably assembled document.Certificates may only be issued if all the requirements laid down for the animals or goods in question are met. Where certificates are required for certificates or forms, and where these alternatives provide for, the existence of at least one of the alternatives shall be certified. Any deletions in pre-set patterns or forms are only allowed if they are
1.
Alternatives,
2.
Requirements that are not required for a given age group or purpose, or
3.
the application of an exception that has been approved by the competent authority on the basis of this Regulation.
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§ 4 Display and Registration

Anyone who is commercial
1.
Animals Or Goods Named in Appendix 1 to spend or introduce intra-community or
2.
transporting housekeedeers in the context of intra-Community introduction or importation
intends to indicate this prior to taking up the activity of the competent authority. This shall not apply to establishments which require an authorisation in accordance with Article 15 (1) or (3) or (14) of the Fish Diseases Regulation and to establishments which have been registered or registered in another Member State because of the activity referred to in the first sentence. The competent authority shall record the establishments shown in a register by issuing a registration number. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Accounting

If you are carrying out an activity in accordance with § 4 sentence 1,
1.
about the animals and goods he has spent within the community and imported according to sentences 2 and 3 In so far as it is not required under Article 20 of the Animal Transport Ordinance to guide a cattle control book,
2.
Certificates under this Regulation, which shall: to keep it as the recipient of the animals or goods, to be kept in accordance with the sentence 3.
From the book, the following information must be given:
1.
Location and day of taking over the animals or goods as well as the name and address of the previous owner,
2.
day the supply of the animals or goods and the name and address of the acquirer,
3.
species, number and identification of the animals, to the extent that the animal health requirements are subject to a
4.
Reference to the certificate accompanying the consignment.
The book and the certificates are valid for a period of at least three Years of age. The time limit begins in the case
1.
of the book with the end of the calendar year in which the last entry
2.
the certificate with the end of the calendar year in which the animals or goods have been received.
They are the competent authority on request. Section 24 (1) and (2) of the Animal Transport Regulation shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Requirements for means of transport and transport

(1) Animals and goods of the species listed in Annex 2, column 1, or Use may be carried out or imported only in transport means or containers which meet the requirements laid down for them in column 2.(2) poultry, hatching eggs of poultry, parrots and parakeets may be transported or imported only in transport containers which contain exclusively animals or hatching eggs of the same species, serve the same purpose and are used in the The case of poultry and hatching eggs comes from the same holding. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Jurisdiction, general approval principle

The decision on the approvals provided for in this Regulation is the responsibility of the supreme state authority or of the authority designated by it. Permission may not be granted if there is a risk of spreading animal diseases.

Section 2
Intra-Community Bringing

Subsection 1
Intra-Community Publishing Requirements

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§ 8 Authorisation-free movement

(1) Animals and goods of the species or uses referred to in Appendix 3, column 1, may only be brought within the Community if they are referred to in column 2 by a person referred to in column 2. shall be accompanied by a certificate required by Community law which must be supplemented by the declaration referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 4. By way of derogation, animals and goods originating in a third country may only be brought within the Community if they are accompanied by a certified copy in accordance with Article 30 (1), first sentence, instead of the certificate provided for in the first sentence.By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the movement within the Community of specific pathogen-free animals and of products of the species listed in Annex 3, column 1, may be authorized for a scientific investigation or, in the case of goods, for a scientific examination or, in the case of goods, for a An exhibition or, in small quantities, as a model for a sample of goods, if it is ensured that animal diseases are not being spread. In the case of introduction to another Member State, an authorisation as set out in the first sentence may only be granted in agreement with the competent authority of the Member State of destination.(3) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, intra-Community movement without a certificate required by these paragraphs may be approved on a case-by-case basis, if the consignment is
1.
from another Member State through the country to a third country or
2.
to be shipped from the country through another Member State to a third country
and accompanied by a certificate of official veterinary certification, from which the Third country of destination. These consignments shall be subject to customs supervision.(4) Based on a measure taken by the European Community or the European Union or by a Member State, on the basis of the legal basis referred to in Annex 3, column 3, the fulfilment of additional requirements shall be: The Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (Federal Ministry) has published this measure in the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger), the certificate referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 must be published in the Federal Gazette. shall be supplemented by an official veterinary declaration which indicates that these conditions have been met. The Federal Ministry is also aware of the repeal of the measure in the Federal Gazette. A non-official table of contents

§ 9 Mandatory to be required

The intra-community movement of animals and goods in accordance with Appendix 4 I and II No 1 to 6 from other Member States shall be authorised. This shall not apply to animals and goods originating in a third country which are certified by the copy of a certificate referred to in Article 30 (1), first sentence, a certificate pursuant to § 30 (2) or a certificate issued by another person, or a certificate corresponding to that copy or certificate. Member States. Non-official table of contents

§ 9a Movement ban on animals

It is prohibited to intra-Community animals of the species listed in Annex 5, column 1 if they meet the conditions laid down for them in column 2. Non-official table of contents

§ 9b Prohibition of shipments of vaccinated animals

It is prohibited to have animals that are based on an order pursuant to section 16 (1) sentence 1 of the FMD Regulation have been vaccinated within the Community. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Prohibition of shipments of certain goods

(1) It is prohibited to have goods intended for human consumption, within the Community, as far as the goods
1.
have been obtained from animals which have been obtained from the regions or establishments which, in respect of these animals or the products they have obtained, are affected by the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease, swine fever, avian influenza, swine vesicular disease, bovine plague, or the plague of the small ruminants or the suspicion of an outbreak is subject to a barrier,
2.
was slaughtered in a slaughterhouse
a)
in which, at the time of their production, animals were present at a level listed in point 1.
b)
in which, at the time of their production or manufacture, carcases of animal diseases are: or parts of carcases obtained from animals as referred to in (a) above
3.
obtained from fish originating from holdings on grounds of an outbreak of infectious salmonid anaemia, infectious haematopoietic necrosis of salmonids or viral haemorrhagic septicaemia of salmonids, or suspicion of an outbreak of one of these fish health protection measures in accordance with § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § 7 to 10 of the Fish Disease Regulation,
4.
obtained from soft or crustaceans coming from areas or establishments which are based on the following: Outbreak of a list in Annex A, List II to Council Directive 91 /67/EEC of 28 June 1991. January 1991 concerning the animal health rules applicable to the placing on the market of aquaculture animals and products (OJ L 327, 31.12.1991, p. EC No 1), or Annex D to Council Directive 95 /70/EC of 22 June 2000, 1 December 1995 laying down minimum Community measures for the control of certain diseases of the bivalve mollyfish (OJ L 327, EC No 33) or the suspicion of an outbreak of one of these diseases are subject to protection measures in accordance with § 12a or § 12b of the Fish Disease Regulation.
Sentence 1 (2) does not apply to the extent that the suspicion of the disease is considered to be has been shown to be unfounded.(2) The prohibition referred to in paragraph 1 (1) and (2) shall not apply to goods which have been obtained from
1.
separately from other products; has been transported, handled and stored,
2.
in accordance with a regulation pursuant to Article 6 (1) (21), in conjunction with point 3 (a), point 11 (a) or (c), (12), (13) or (14) of the Animal Health Act, in accordance with the conditions laid down in Annex III to Council Directive 2002/99/EC of 16 June 1999. Regulation on animal health requirements for the production, processing, distribution and import of foodstuffs of animal origin (OJ L 327, 31.12.2002, p. EC 2003 No 11) have been dealt with in the current version, and
3.
is marked in accordance with Annex II to Directive 2002/99/EC
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§ 10a Other movement prohibitions

(1) The intra-community transfer is not in Appendix 3, Section II, or Appendix 4 Section II (6) of listed products originating from animals which are not infected or suspected of being infected shall be prohibited if they have not been subjected to any treatment which ensures the destruction of animal disease. The competent authority may authorise derogations from the first sentence if it is ensured that animal diseases are not disseminated.(2) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to
1.
raw milk, honey, gelatin and collagen, insofar as these products are intended for human consumption. Consumption,
2.
Seeds, ova and embryos of dogs, cats, rabbits, rabbits, monkeys, half-monkeys, ferrets, foxes, mints and birds,
3.
Fish-derived products, other than their eggs and seeds,
4.
Dogs, cats and frettchenblut, the for the investigation of rabies antibodies in a laboratory which is set out in Annex I to Commission Decision 2004 /233/EC of 4 November 2004. March 2004 on the approval of laboratories for the verification of the effectiveness of rabies vaccination in certain domestic carnivores (OJ L 327, 30.4.2004, p. EU No 30), as amended.
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§ 11 Special movement ban for animals and goods

(1) The intra-Community movement of animals and goods shall also be prohibited if and where
1.
Animals, embryos and semen of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats and horses, as well as hatching eggs of poultry, on the basis of a Council Directive 90 /425/EEC of 26 June 1990 on the basis of Article 10 of Council Directive 90 /425/EEC. Regulation of the veterinary and zootechnical checks applicable in intra-Community trade in live animals and products with a view to the completion of the internal market (OJ L 327, 31.12.1990, p. 29), as amended, or
2.
other goods as a result of Article 9 of Council Directive 89 /662/EEC of 11 June 1990 on the basis of Article 9 of Directive 89 /662/EEC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 June 1990 on the application of the European Parliament 1 December 1989 concerning veterinary checks in intra-Community trade with a view to the completion of the internal market (OJ L 327, 28.12.1989, p. 13
by the European Community or by the European Union or by a Member State are excluded from intra-Community transfers, and the Federal Ministry this measure has been announced in the Federal Gazette. This also makes the repeal of the measure known in the Federal Gazette.(2) From the date of publication of the definition by the competent authority in the Federal Gazette, the intra-Community movement of pigs which have been defined in accordance with Article 14a of the Swinepest Regulation shall be made up of endangered districts defined in accordance with Article 14a of the Pigs-est Regulation. Holdings in these districts shall be prohibited and shall be prohibited from fresh meat from wild boars which have been laid down in these districts. The ban after set 1 ends
1.
for pigs at the earliest 12 months and
2.
in the case of fresh meat from wild boar at the earliest 24 months
after the last detection of swine fever in wild boars. The competent authority is also aware of the end of the ban in the Federal Gazette.The competent authority may prohibit the movement within the Community of animals and goods until the publication of a notice referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 if it has been officially notified of the outbreak of a disease. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Transfer to other Member States

(1) Klauentiere and one-hufer may only be used in another Member State shall be brought directly from a holding, wholly or in part, to the breeding or use of such animals or to collection points approved by the competent authority.Sheep and goats which are not brought directly to their place of destination may, according to other Member States, be authorised to use only a collection centre approved in accordance with Article 15 (3) or, in the case of animals for slaughter, of only one authorised collection centre pursuant to section 15 (3). A collection point or a livestock trading company authorised in accordance with section 15 (3). By way of derogation from the first sentence, slaughter animals may be transferred via another collection point, approved in accordance with section 15 (3).(3) Klauentiere and solipeds may only be transferred to an approved collection point if they are accompanied by the certificate in accordance with Section 8 (1) sentence 1. By way of derogation from the first sentence, bovine animals and swine and slaughter sheep and goats may also be exaggerated if the official veterinarian responsible for the holding of origin has the information required for the holding of origin in accordance with Article 8 (1) sentence 1. style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
has certified in a certificate that accompanies the animals, or
2.
the collection point has been sent in writing to another appropriate way.
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§ 13 Publishers from other Member States

(1) Sheep and goats may, subject to paragraph 2, be allowed to Member States shall only be brought if they are accompanied by a certificate issued in accordance with Article 8 (1), first sentence, which has been issued at the latest six days after the animals have been stabled. In the case of transport of the animals at sea, the period after the first sentence shall be extended by the duration of the sea transport.(2) Battlesclautiers and carcases may only be made from another Member State directly
1.
on a Collection point or
2.
approved by the competent authority for this purpose, to a public or competent authority approved for that purpose by the competent authority non-public slaughterhouse
. Slaughter sheep and goats may be brought to a collection point in accordance with the first sentence of the first sentence only if the animals have not already been transferred via a collection point situated in a Member State other than the home Member State. The owner shall, at the latest three working days after arrival at the collection point, move the animals to a slaughterhouse in accordance with the second sentence of the first sentence of the first sentence of the first sentence and to slaughter them there or to have them slaughtered there; in the case of For slaughter sheep or goats, the owner shall ensure that the animals are slaughtered not later than five days after their arrival at the collection point in accordance with the first sentence of paragraph 1. The consignee shall have the animals slaughtered or slaughtered no later than 72 hours after the arrival of the animals in accordance with the first sentence of the first sentence.A non-public slaughterhouse shall be authorised only if the health conditions laid down in Appendix 6 are met and it is ensured that the animals are slaughtered at least 72 hours after their arrival.(4) Battle poultry may only be brought directly into a poultry slaughterhouse from another Member State. The consignee shall be slaughtered or slaughtered at the latest 72 hours after the arrival of the poultry after the arrival of the poultry.(5) (omitted) unofficial table of contents

§ 13a Special provisions for monkeys and semi-monkeys

(1) monkeys and half-monkeys may be used from another Member State shall be moved only if
1.
indicates to the right of disposal that it is a member of a come into operation which satisfies the requirements of Article 5 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended, and
2.
the monkeys and half-monkeys for one to the The purpose of Article 15 (1) is to be determined.
(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, intra-Community transfers may be authorised on a case-by-case basis if it is ensured that animal diseases are not spread. Non-official table of contents

§ 14 Special provisions for fish

(1) Fish-other than their eggs and semen-may be taken from other Member States not be spent if they are to be killed
1.
as part of a disease eradication plan or
2.
from a holding subject to an animal health barrier action.
(2) Fish killed for human consumption and those killed by the shall not be taken from other Member States if they come from animals referred to in paragraph 1, and eggs and semen of fish.(3) Fish killed for human consumption in the case of infectious haematopoietic necrosis of salmonids (IHN) or viral haemorrhagic septicaemia of salmonid (VHS) of susceptible species not from an approved zone or from an approved zone or from an approved zone or from an authorised area of the authorized fish holding, may only be brought into an approved zone or an approved fish holding company in the removed state.(4) Fish intended for an approved fish holding in another Member State or for an approved territory of another Member State may only be spent if they are
1.
from a fish holding company approved in accordance with § 14 of the Fish Disease Ordinance, or a fish holding company according to § 13 of the fish disease regulation, or
2.
, in the case of fish belonging to the non-susceptible species of the IHN or VHS, from a Fish farms where only fish of these species are kept and which are not linked to watercourses or coastal waters.
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§ 15 Requiring holdings

(1) Animals and products of the products listed in Annex 7, Part 1, column 1 Species or uses may only be brought to other Member States if they come from a holding approved for that purpose by the competent authority.(2) An operation referred to in paragraph 1 may only be permitted if, with a view to bringing the animals and products listed in Annex 7, Part 1, column 1,
1.
the requirements of Appendix 7, Part 1, Column 2 are met, and
2.
is sure to The provisions of Annex 7, Part 1, column 3 shall be complied with.
(3) The establishments referred to in Annex 7, Part 2, column 1, may only participate in the intra-Community movement or be used for intra-Community movement only, if they have been approved by the competent authority.(4) An operation as referred to in paragraph 3 may only be permitted if
1.
meets the requirements of Appendix 7, Part 2 Column 2 is satisfied, and
2.
ensures that the provisions of Appendix 7, Part 2, column 3 are met.
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§ 16 announcement of authorisations

The responsible state authorities inform the Federal Ministry of the authorisations of
1.
non-public battlegrounds in accordance with § 13 para. 3,
2.
companies according to § 15 para. 2 and 4 and
3.
camps according to § 36a para. 4
as well as the retreat or the Revocation of authorisations. This indicates the approved slaughterhouses, establishments and warehouses, with the exception of authorised dealers and dealers ' stables, in the Federal Gazette. It shall issue a veterinary inspection number. Sentence 3 shall not apply to slaughterhouses which have been approved in accordance with the provisions of food law, collection centres and poultry holdings. Non-official table of contents

§ 17 Admission of approval

Provides the competent authority with approved warehouses, collection points, slaughterhouses, or If it is found that the conditions for the authorisation are no longer met, it shall order the authorisation to rest until the deficiencies have been remedied. § 16, sentences 1 and 2 shall apply mutatily for the rest of the admission and the end of the glory. Non-official table of contents

§ 18 Labelling

Animals and products of the species or uses referred to in Appendix 8, column 1 shall only be brought within the Community if they or their transport containers are identified in the manner prescribed for them in column 2.

Subsection 2
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§ 19 indication of arrival

Where it is necessary to carry out the Where monitoring is necessary, the competent authority may order that the consignee of animals or goods from other Member States shall have the estimated time of arrival of the competent authority for the place of destination, indicating the nature and quantity of the goods. of the animals or of the goods at least one working day before. The provisions of the first sentence shall not apply to the movement of registered horses for the purpose of temporary residence. Non-official table of contents

§ 20 Measures at the risk of spreading the disease

The competent authority is responsible for monitoring the In the case of animals or goods within the Community, facts which indicate the risk of disease spreading shall be classified in
1.
in animals
a)
quarantined in a Quarantine station or
b)
the kill and destruction
2.
Were the harmless removal
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§ 21 Other measures

(1) The competent authority shall establish that animals or goods from another Member State are other than those referred to in paragraph 20, do not comply with the animal health requirements, they may order them to be returned if
1.
the home Member State has demonstrated that the home Member State allows this, and
2.
other the Member States concerned have been notified of the return.
(2) If a defect can be cured by a written opinion of the competent authority responsible for the place of provening of the consignment concerned, the To request a right of return for the return of the return, subject to a reasonable period of time, in order to provide this opinion.(3) The return of animals and goods which have been transferred to another Member State and which have been objectionable on animal health grounds shall be subject to authorisation.(4) Animals and goods which have been objectionable in another Member State for animal health reasons may be moved by the territory of the country to another Member State only if the person entitled to dispose of animals and goods is the competent authority of the Member State concerned.

Section 3
Import

Subsection 1
Import Requirements

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§ 22 Approval free imports

(1) animals and goods of the species listed in Appendix 9, column 1, or Use may be made from third countries or certain parts of third countries only if
1.
the respective third country or part is listed in a non-immediate legal act that the European Community or the European Union is responsible for on the basis of a has been issued in column 2 and published by the Federal Ministry in the Federal Gazette, and
2.
from a certificate issued by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research accompanied by
a)
for the animals or goods concerned and the intended use in a non-imminent legal act adopted by the European Community or the European Union on the basis of a corresponding legal basis referred to in column 3 of this Annex, with a view to the third country concerned, or the relevant part, and the Federal Ministry of the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger), or
b)
the relevant part of the Federal Gazette, or
b)
the
the certificate provided for in the first sentence of the first sentence of paragraph 2 provides for a restriction on importation, the import shall be allowed only within the framework of or in compliance with that restriction.(2) The items referred to in Annex 9a, column 1, may be imported from third countries or certain parts of third countries only if the third country or part thereof is listed in a non-immediate legislative act; which the European Community or the European Union has adopted on the basis of a legal basis referred to in column 2 and made known by the Federal Ministry in the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger).By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the importation of animals and goods of the species or uses referred to in Annex 9, column 1, may be authorised for as long as the third country concerned or the part concerned is not directly applicable. Acts and notices have not yet been adopted.By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the importation of specific pathogen-free animals and of products of the species listed in Annex 9, column 1, may be approved for a scientific investigation or, in the case of goods, for an exhibition or, in the case of goods, for the purpose of: small quantities, as a sample for a product sample. A permit referred to in the first sentence may be granted only if it is ensured that animal diseases are not spread and that the goods are exported after the end of the investigation, exhibition or testing, or are destroyed. Non-official table of contents

§ 23 Special provisions for trade with certain third countries

(1) Differing from § § 22, 24 to 27 and 30 to 35 shall apply in accordance with Articles 6, 8 to 11, 13 to 14 and 18 to 21 for the import of animals and goods from Andorra, Norway, San Marino or the Faroe Islands.(2) By way of derogation from § § 22, 25 to 27 and 30 to 32, the import of fish from Iceland § 6 para. 1 and the § § 8, 11, 14 and 18 to 21 shall apply accordingly.(3) For the export of animals and goods to Andorra, Norway, San Marino or the Faroe Islands, § § 6, 8 (1) and (4) as well as § § 9a to 12, 14, 15, 18 and 21 shall apply accordingly.(4) For the export of fish to Iceland, § 6 para. 1, section 8 (1) and (4) as well as § § 11, 14, 18 and 21 shall apply accordingly.(5) By way of derogation from § 37, the transit of animals and goods intended for Andorra, Norway, San Marino or the Faroe Islands shall apply mutatically to § § 22 and 23a to 32.(6) By way of derogation from § 37, § 22 (1), (3) and (4) as well as § § 25 to 32 shall apply for the transit of fish intended for Iceland. Non-official table of contents

§ 23a Special provisions for the import of consignments rejected in third countries

By way of derogation from § 22,
1.
Goods by
a)
Appendix 4 Section II, in the case of animal by-products, also those listed in Annexes VII and VIII to Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002, or
b)
Appendix 9 Section II or
2.
Items according to Appendix 9amit Origin in the European Union, Andorra, Norway, San Marino or the Faroe Islands, which have been rejected in a third country, shall be imported only if
1.
the competent authority, which issued the certificate of origin, consented to the withdrawal of the consignment,
2.
the consignment of the original or a certified copy of the consignment. Certificate of origin accompanied by the competent authority of the third country indicating the grounds for refusal and certifying that the conditions of storage and transport have been complied with and, in the case of unbridled Containers-no treatment has taken place,
3.
-in the case of sealed containers-the consignment is accompanied by a supplementary certificate from the transporter in which it is certified that the consignment has not been treated or unloaded.
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§ 24 Authorised subject Imports

The import of animals and goods in accordance with Appendix 4 shall be subject to approval. Non-official table of contents

§ 24a Ban on imports of certain goods

(1) Imports not in Appendix 4, Section II, No. 6, or Annex 9, Section II in the case of goods imported from animals which are not infected or suspected of being infected, shall be prohibited if they are not subjected to any treatment which ensures the destruction of animal disease-related agents. The competent authority may authorise derogations from the first sentence if it is ensured that animal diseases are not disseminated.(2) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to
1.
Seeds, ova, and embryos of dogs, cats, rabbits, rabbits, monkeys, Half-monkeys, ferrets, foxes, mints and birds,
2.
Goods obtained from fish, other than their eggs and seeds,
3.
Dog, cat and frettchenblut, which is used to investigate rabies antibodies in a laboratory that is listed in Annex I to Decision 2004 /233/EC as amended .
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§ 25 Special import prohibitions

(1) Imports of animals of the column in Appendix 9b 1 in the case of a third country, subject to an import ban referred to in paragraph 2, shall be prohibited for the period laid down in column 3 with respect to the disease in question if
1.
in the third country the outbreak of an epidemic listed in column 2 for the species in question noted and
2.
the date of this determination was made known by the Federal Ministry in the Federal Gazette
. The period referred to in the first sentence shall begin with the date of publication.(2) The importation of animals, goods and objects of the species or uses referred to in Appendix 10, column 1, shall be prohibited if and to the extent
1.
their importation by a measure adopted by the European Community or the European Union on the basis of a legal basis referred to in column 2 above, with regard to the the third country concerned or the part of a third country concerned, is restricted or excluded, and
2.
the Federal Ministry of the The competent authority may issue the import of animals and goods of the species listed in column 1 of Annex 9b and Annex 10, column 1, of the Federal Gazette.
(3) from a third country until the publication of a notice referred to in paragraph 1 or 2, where the outbreak of a disease in that third country has previously been officially notified to it.(4) Furthermore, the importation of animals, goods and objects intended for another Member State shall be prohibited if they do not comply with the provisions of the Member State of destination, which are more stringent than German law and which the Federal Ministry has announced in the Federal Gazette.(5) Section 22 (4) shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 26 Import on certain monitoring points

The importation of animals, except dogs, cats and ferrets, which Pet animals within the meaning of Article 3 (a) of Regulation (EC) No 998/2003, as well as of
1.
according to
a)
Appendix 4, Section II, in the case of animal by-products, also those listed in Annexes VII and VIII of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002, or
b)
Annex 9, Section II,
2.
Objects according to Appendix 9a
is only allowed through customs offices with assigned border inspection posts, which the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety has Agreement with the Federal Ministry of Finance in the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger) has been announced. The Federal Ministry of Finance may delegate the grant of the agreement in accordance with the first sentence to the central authorities of its business unit. Non-official table of contents

§ 27 Import investigation

(1) animals and goods pursuant to § 26 sentence 1 no. 1 are subject to the import of the document check, the inspection and physical examination at the border inspection post. By way of derogation from the first sentence, in the case of goods carried by sea or air, the border inspection post shall be transferred to another vessel or aeroplane and shall be made at a second border inspection post (border inspection post), in the first border inspection post
1.
to perform the document verification only if
a)
suspected of a violation of an animal health provision, or a distribution of animal diseases, or
b)
the product is a minimum time, no longer than a maximum time, and is temporarily stored under conditions which are in each case in a
aa)
The European Community or the European Union on the basis of Article 9 of Council Directive 97 /78/EC of 18 June 1998 on the 1 December 1997 laying down the principles governing the organisation of veterinary checks on products entering the Community from third countries (OJ L 327, 31.12.1997, p. 9), as amended, and
bb)
known by the Federal Ministry in the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger)
2.
only to carry out the check and physical examination, provided that
a)
an intermediate storage as specified in point 1 (b) and
b)
suspected of a breach of animal health determinations or a spread of epizootic diseases.
The designated border inspection post shall be subject to documentary verification, inspection and physical examination in so far as they have not already been carried out at the first border inspection post.By way of derogation from paragraph 1, animals and goods from EEA States shall be subject, on importation, in addition to the document verification of the only random check and physical examination.(3) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, goods and articles which are introduced in accordance with Article 23a shall be subject only to a document examination and to a check on the performance of the goods.(4) The provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2 shall apply to the importation of goods under Annex 9a, with the proviso that only a document examination and a check-up check shall be carried out.In the case of imports from certain third countries or parts of third countries, the import investigation shall be carried out, by way of derogation from paragraphs 1 to 3, where and in so far as this is concerned with the third country concerned or the part of a third country concerned, Third country is required in a measure which is
1.
the European Community or the European Union on the basis of
a)
of Article 16 of Council Directive 91 /496/EEC of 15 June 1991. 1 July 1991 laying down the principles governing the organisation of veterinary checks on animals entering the Community from third countries and amending Directives 89 /662/EEC, 90 /425/EEC and 90 /675/EEC (OJ No L 73, 27.2.1991, p. 56), or
b)
of Article 10 of Directive 97 /78/EC
, as amended, and
2.
the Federal Ministry in the Federal Gazette made known
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§ 29 document review, performance control, physical examination

(1) The document verification in accordance with § 27 Paragraphs 1 to 4 shall be carried out in the case of animals in accordance with the provisions of Appendix 10a.(2) The monitoring of the situation in accordance with § 27 (1) to (4) shall become
1.
in the case of animals in accordance with Appendix 11. Section I,
2.
for goods in accordance with Appendix 12, Section I
.(3) The physical examination referred to in Article 27 (1) and (2) shall become
1.
in the case of animals in accordance with Appendix 11 Section II,
2.
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§ 30 Certificates

(1) If the authorized person has a certificate in accordance with § 22 (1) sentence of the document examination 1 No 2, a certificate of approval pursuant to section 24 or a certificate referred to in Annex X to Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002, as amended, shall be accompanied by a certified copy thereof. In the case of the distribution of a consignment at the border inspection post, a number of copies of the certificate referred to in the first sentence shall be issued to the person entitled to dispose of the number of consignments produced by the division. The original of the certificate referred to in the first sentence shall be kept by the border inspection post for a period of at least three years.(2) By way of derogation from the first sentence of paragraph 1,
1.
shall become the document of the consignment of registered solipeds. Identification according to Appendix 8 and
2.
in the case of temporary importation of registered solipeds, the certificate according to § 22 para. 1 sentence 1 no. 2
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§ 31 Rejection

(1) The investigations in accordance with § 27 shall lead to the result that the animals, goods or objects are not comply with the import requirements, the consignment must be rejected by the import and the certificate accompanying it shall be declared invalid by the stamp imprint "Rejected" in red colour. The competent authority may, on a case-by-case basis,
1.
imports
a)
of the animals for immediate slaughter or killing and destruction or placement in a nearby approved quarantine station and
b)
the goods or goods for further processing in a Member State referred to in Articles 13 to 15, 17 or 18 of the Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002, as amended, or for any other non-harmful disposal
, if it is ensured that animal diseases are not spread;
2.
arrange that
a)
the animals be immediately slaughtered or killed and destroyed or placed in a nearby approved quarantine station and
b)
the goods or services.
(1a) The competent authority shall:
(1) The competent authority shall:(1) the competent authority shall:(1) may also authorise, on a case-by-case basis, the import of feedingstuffs containing salmonella if it is ensured that these feedingstuffs are retreated in accordance with the instructions of the official veterinarian.(2) A quarantine station may only be approved if the requirements set out in Annex B to Directive 91 /496/EEC are satisfied in the applicable version.

Subsection 3
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§ 32 General provision

(1) Imported animals may only be used directly be transported to their destination. The carrier has to carry the copies of the certificates according to § 30 (1) Sentence 1 and 2 and the certificates according to § 30 para. 2.(2) In the case of imported goods, the carrier shall have copies of the certificates referred to in the first sentence of Article 30 (1) and (2) and the certificates referred to in Article 30 (2) to the first place of destination or, in the case of transit, excluding transit for Andorra; Norway, San Marino or the Faroe Islands-to the border inspection post at which the consignment leaves the European Union.(3) Goods or objects imported pursuant to Article 23a may only be transported directly to their place of origin in sealed and leak-proof transport means. Non-official table of contents

§ 33 Slaughtered Animals Used for slaughter

(1) Slaughtered slaughterhouse animals may only be placed directly into the slaughterhouse (a) a public or non-public place of slaughter authorised pursuant to Article 13 (2), first sentence, No. 2. The consignee shall have the animals slaughtered or slaughtered no later than five working days after their arrival, unless a shorter period is determined, in accordance with the first sentence.(2) In the case of a slaughterhouse registered in accordance with Article 13 (1), first sentence, point 1, the slaughtered animal shall be admitted to the public or non-public sector designated by the competent authority in accordance with the first sentence of Article 13 (2) (1) (2). A slaughterhouse is spent. The recipient or owner shall have the animals after the first sentence, the
1.
directly into a slaughterhouse after ' 2.
shall be moved to a authorised collection centre at the latest five days after arrival, but not later than eight days after importation,
2.
A slaughterhouse in accordance with the first sentence of this paragraph shall be brought to slaughter or slaughtered there no later than ten days after the import has been carried
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§ 34 Imported farmed and farmed animals, imported hatching eggs and poultry.

(1) Breed breeding and breeding Livestock, with the exception of temporarily imported solipeds and fish, shall be subject to the observation by the competent authority for 30 days in the holding of destination. During the period of official observation, the owner shall not, even in the case of forensifying, spend these animals out of the holding without the authorisation of the competent authority. Sentence 2 shall apply, provided that the animals imported have not been completely separate from the other animals of the holding, for all susceptible animals kept in service. The competent authority may, on a case-by-case basis, authorise derogations from the first sentence in so far as there is no risk of spread. Section 19 (1) shall apply accordingly.By way of derogation from paragraph 1, poultry and farmed poultry shall be subject to consignments of more than 19 animals, with the exception of poultry for the increase of wild herds, at the holding of destination for at least six weeks, or, if it is before the end of that period, is slaughtered until the observation by the competent authority has been slaughtered. Poultry for the increase of wild stocks shall be subject to the observation by the competent authority for at least 14 days in the holding of destination.(3) From imported hatching eggs in consignments of more than 19 pieces hatched poultry shall be subject to observation by the competent authority for at least three weeks in operation in which it has been discontinued after slippage.(4) The observation referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3 shall also be subject to other poultry and other hatching eggs, which have been or are brought together with the imported poultry, the imported hatching eggs or the poultry hatched therefrom.(5) At the end of the observation referred to in paragraphs 2, 3 and 4, living poultry shall be examined clinically by the competent authority and, if necessary, samples shall be taken to check the condition of the health. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 34a Monkeys And Semi-monkeys Introduced

(1) In the case of introduced monkeys and half-monkeys, § 13a applies accordingly.By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the movement may be authorised on a case-by-case basis if it is ensured that the animal is not kept by private persons and that animal diseases are not spread. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 35 Imported Birds

(1) Imported Birds, excluding poultry and in the wild within the scope of one of the following: Member State of destination approved conservation programme shall be subject to a quarantine facility approved for that purpose by the competent authority for at least 30 days of separation.(2) A quarantine facility as referred to in paragraph 1 may only be approved if
1.
meets the requirements of Annex B, Chapter 1, Commission Decision 2000 /666/EC of 26 June 2000, 1 October 2000 laying down the animal health conditions and veterinary certification and the quarantine conditions applicable to imports of birds other than poultry (OJ L 327, 28.12.2000, p. EC No 26), as amended, and
2.
ensures that the provisions of Article 3 (2) and (3) and Annex B, Chapter 2, of the Decision 2000 /666/EC as amended.
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§ 36a Introduction of imported goods in warehouses in free zones, free warehouses and customs warehouses

(1) Imported goods may be placed in a warehouse shall be stored in a free zone, a free warehouse or a customs warehouse only if the person entitled to dispose of the goods has previously declared whether the goods are to be released for free circulation or whether the goods are to be released for free circulation, or Final destination to be determined.(2) The placing of the goods in the warehouses shall be carried out under customs supervision in the form of the customs clearance.(3) Goods which do not meet the import requirements may be stored in a warehouse in a free zone, a free warehouse or a customs warehouse only if the warehouse has been approved by the competent authority for that purpose.(4) A warehouse in accordance with paragraph 3 may only be allowed if
1.
meets the requirements of Article 12 (4). Point (b), first, second, fourth and fifth indent of Directive 97 /78/EC, as amended, and
2.
the provisions of Article 12 Paragraph 4 (b), third indent, and (5), second, third and fourth indent, of Directive 97 /78/EC, as amended.

Section 4
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§ 36b Prohibition of transit of certain goods

The transit of fresh meat and derived from it Meat products and preparations, milk and milk products and treated animal casings which do not comply with the animal health import requirements shall be prohibited. Sentence 1 shall not apply in the cases of § 37 (5) and (5a) for transit in the air and maritime transport sector. Non-official table of contents

§ 37 Requirements for transit

(1) The transit of animals and goods of the species listed in column 1 of Appendix 9, or Applications which do not meet the requirements for importation shall be subject to the authorisation, but in the case of goods only if they are imported directly into the country. Sentence 1 does not apply to
1.
goods intended for human consumption, which are
a)
will be introduced from third countries or certain parts of third countries that are listed in a list Article 8 (1) of Directive 2002/99/EC, and
b)
satisfy the requirements and requirements laid down by European Community legislation or of the European Union adopted on the basis of Article 8 (4) or (5) or Article 9 (4) (a) or (c) of Directive 2002/99/EC with regard to the third country concerned or the part of a Third countries are required to:
and the Federal Ministry has made known third countries or their parts referred to in point (a) as well as the requirements and requirements referred to in point (b) in the Federal Gazette, or
2.
Goods of the types or uses referred to in Appendix 13 column 1 if they are
a)
meet the conditions set for it in column 2, and
b)
to transit without
() For the transit of animals, goods and objects, § § 25 to 29, 30 (2) and § 31-except for the physical examination of goods in accordance with § 27, if the document verification already exists has shown that the goods do not meet the requirements for importation-accordingly.The transit of animals and goods of the species or uses referred to in Annex 9, column 1, shall be carried out under customs control, in the case of goods in the form of the customs closure. Goods must be carried out within a maximum of 30 days via a border inspection post.The exporter shall have the border inspection post referred to in paragraph 3 with the expected completion of the transit of goods on presentation of a copy of the Common Veterinary Document for imports referred to in Annex III to Regulation (EC) No 136/2004 of Commission of 22 1 January 2004 laying down procedures for veterinary checks on products imported from third countries at the Community border inspection posts (OJ L 327, 31.12.2004, p. EU No 11) shall be indicated on a working day. The border inspection post shall certify to the right of disposal on the original of this certificate that the consignment in question has left the European Union.(5) Paragraphs 1 to 3, except paragraph 2 in conjunction with § 31, shall not apply to transit in the air and maritime transport sector if the animals or goods do not transport the transport container or, in the context of an immediate transhipment, the transport container. and animals are not left in between. In this case, the document check is limited to an examination of the on-board manifest. The competent authority may carry out additional tests and order investigations where there are indications
1.
make sure that the animals or goods do not comply with the transit rules or
2.
(5a) Paragraph 5 also applies in the case of a temporary storage of goods, provided that the goods remain in the transport container and the goods are stored in the transport container. Storage
1.
in a port only takes place on the unloading quay and does not last longer than six days or
2.
on the premises of an airport only on the apron, and not longer than 11 hours.
(6) Goods of the species listed in Annex 9, column 1 or uses which do not comply with the import requirements may be temporarily stored in a warehouse in a free zone, a free warehouse or a customs warehouse in accordance with § 36a. You may only store
1.
physically separate from goods intended for import, and
2.
to the extent that this is necessary for their storage or distribution of a consignment in subconsignments; their packaging must not be changed in this case
The goods may be exported from an intermediate storage facility only for direct export, for destruction after being denatured, or-if the goods are intended for human consumption-to suppliers in the Shipping traffic used in shipping.

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§ 37a prohibitions and restrictions

The export of animals, goods and objects is prohibited or restricted if and to the extent
1.
their export through a non-direct act of the European Community or the The European Union is prohibited or restricted in the area of animal health law and
2.
the Federal Ministry of Justice has announced the act in the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger); this also makes the repeal of the Act in the Federal Gazette known.

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§ 38 animals

§ § 8, 9, 13a, 19 para. 1, § § 20 to 22, 24, 25 para. 1 and 5, § § 26 to 35 and 37 are not to be applied,
1.
if in travel or residence no more than three are not intended to be delivered to third parties Animals of the following species are included:
a)
Domestic Rabbit,
b)
Parrots and parakeets, provided that the animals are accompanied by an official health certificate that is no older than 10 days and from which the animals have to be have been found healthy and have not received official knowledge of parrots and mortises during the last 30 days in their herd of origin, and
c)
Birds, except for poultry, parrots and parakeets
2.
on animals that enter the border area in the case of transit traffic between two places of an adjacent third country via the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany or between two places of the Federal Republic of Germany over the territory of an adjacent third country where such import or transfer takes place within the framework of an agreement between the Federal Republic of Germany and the third country on the facilitated transit traffic,
3.
on animals used in the artist's profession, excluding solipeds from non-European countries as well as clutching,
4.
on horseback riding or carriage rides for less than 24 hours crossing the border,
5.
on pigeons that are shipped or imported within the community for the purpose of abandonment in special transportation.
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§ 39 goods

(1) § § 8, 9, 10a, 19 para. 2, § § 20 to 22, § 23 sentence 1, § § 24 to 27, 30, 31 and 37 are not applicable to
1.
Meat, milk and milk products, the or the cross-border commercial Travel services for the catering of the staff or passengers in the means of transport are or will be carried out,
2.
meat, milk and milk products Member States other than meat from the Italian autonomous region of Sardinia, and from Andorra, Norway, San Marino or the Faroe Islands, the
a)
in passenger transport or as a gift in the mail or freight transport or for members of diplomatic or consular representations, introduced or carried out, or , provided that the meat, milk and milk products are or are intended for consumption by the supplier or the recipient, or
b)
Resettlement good of persons who relocate their place of residence to their own consumption, are or will be carried on their own consumption
3.
meat, which is provided by the Bundeswehr in the case of meat from third countries or certain parts of third countries, other than from Andorra, Norway, San Marino or the Faroe Islands, where the meat is imported from other Member States, style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
a)
the meat in an airtight sealed container with an F (deep) c-value of at least 3.00 or
b)
the third country or part thereof is listed in a non-imminent legislative act which the European Community has or the European Union as amended by Article 3 of Directive 72/462/EEC or in Article 9 of Directive 91 /494/EEC, and the Federal Ministry of the European Union shall be aware of this
4.
-subject to an import ban pursuant to section 25 (1), (2) or (3)-non-exhaustive hunting trophies from European countries, provided that: Hunting trophies for personal use are carried on or as a consignment to private persons for non-commercial purposes, intra-Community or imported,
5.
Feed, the
a)
in travel or in the case of the transfer of residence for the feeding of carried animals or
b)
for the animals of a transport
in an appropriate quantity within the Community.
(2) § § 8, 9, 10a, paragraph 2, § § 20 and 21 are not applicable to
1.
put in an amount of up to 30 kilograms of animal carcasses, solipeds, rabbits, wild rabbits, or flesh or meat of the named animals,
2.
a single set animal body of claddings or a single body of an animal of not listed in paragraph 1.
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§ 39a Application of Union law

By way of derogation from § 1 (1), § § 8, 22 and 24 to 27 (1) and (2) and § § 30 bis 35 are the intra-Community movement and importation also permissible under the conditions laid down in a legislative act of the European Community or of the European Union, and which the Federal Ministry of the Federal Republic of Germany is aware of .

Section 6
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§ 40 Authority powers

(1) The persons authorised by the competent authority shall be subject to the supervision of the intra-Community movement, import and transit of animals and goods as well as objects that can be carriers of contagion. On request, the persons responsible shall be left to the animals, goods and objects for examination.(2) The transport of animals and goods may be stopped and examined at any time in the case of intra-Community movement or after the conclusion of the import investigation, if there is a suspicion of a breach of an animal health provision.Animals and goods from other Member States, as well as their means of transport and containers, may be examined at their destination at random to determine whether they comply with the animal health conditions.(4) Border inspection posts may, in particular, examine ship and aircraft manifests as to whether the information given in the notification of the consignment is in accordance with the manifests of the manifestos. For this purpose, the border inspection posts may require the manifests to be submitted in electronic form.(5) The authorized person shall be entitled to the measures referred to in paragraphs 1 to 4 to support the persons responsible for these measures and to submit the business documents. Non-official table of contents

§ 41 Administrative Offences

(1) Administrative unlawful within the meaning of Section 32 (2) (4) (a) of the Animal Health Act who intentionally or negligently acts as
1.
contrary to § 5 sentence 1, point 1, does not execute correctly or not completely book,
2.
contrary to § 5 sentence 1, point 2, a certificate not or not at least three years kept or
3.
of a fully retractable arrangement pursuant to § 20 sentence 1, also in conjunction with § 23 (1) or (2), or § 21 (1), also in conjunction with Section 23 (1), (2), (3) or (4),
(2) A breach of order within the meaning of Section 32 (2) (4) (d) of the Animal Health Act, who intentionally or negligently
1.
contrary to § 4 sentence 1 or § 37 paragraph 4 sentence 1, an ad not correct, not correct, not fully or not timely,
2.
contrary to § 6 or § 8 paragraph 1 sentence 1, also in conjunction with § 23 (1), 2, 3 or paragraph 4, § 10 paragraph 1 sentence 1, also in conjunction with § 23 paragraph 1 or paragraph 3, § 11 paragraph 1 Sentence 1 or paragraph 2, sentence 1 or section 14, paragraph 3, also in conjunction with Section 23 (1), (2), (3) or (4), Article 12 (4), also in conjunction with Section 23 (3), or Article 13 (1), sentence 1, also in conjunction with Section 23 (1), an animal or a Goods within the Community, imports, imports or executes,
3.
one with an authorization pursuant to § 8 (2) sentence 1 or paragraph 3 sentence 1, also in connection with § 23 (1) or (2), § 10a, paragraph 1, sentence 2, § 13a, paragraph 2, also in conjunction with Section 23 (1), § 21 (3), also in conjunction with § 23 (1) or (2), § 22 (3), also in conjunction with § 23 (5) or (6), § Article 22 (4), first sentence, also in conjunction with § 23 (5) or (6) or § 25 (5), § 24 or Article 24a (1) sentence 2, also in conjunction with § 23 (5), § 31 (1) sentence 2 (1) or (1a), also in conjunction with § 23 (5) or (6), Article 34 (1), second sentence, or sentence 4, § 34a (2) or Article 37 (1), first sentence, which is related to a fully-enforceable edition,
4.
without authorization in accordance with § 9, sentence 1, also in conjunction with Section 23 (1), Article 21 (3), also in conjunction with Section 23 (3) or (4), Section 24, also in conjunction with Section 23 (5), or Article 37 (1), sentence 1, of an animal or a commodity within the community, returns, introduces, executes or carries out,
5.
contrary to § 9a, § 9b or § 10a, paragraph 1, sentence 1, also in conjunction with § 23 (1) or (3), or § 18, also in connection with Section 23 (1), (2), (3) or (4), an animal, a product or a product within the Community, imported, imported or exported,
6.
a In accordance with § 11 (3), also in conjunction with § 23 (1), 2, 3 or 4, § 19 sentence 1, also in conjunction with § 23 (1) or (2), § 25 (3) or § 31 (1) sentence 2, point 2, also in conjunction with § 23 Paragraph 5 or paragraph 6,
7.
contrary to § 12 (2) sentence 1 or § 15 (1), also in conjunction with § 23 (3), or § 21 (4), also in A connection with Section 23 (1), (2), (3) or (4), an animal, a product or a product after another Member State, imported, imported or exported,
8.
contrary to § Article 12 (3), first sentence, also in conjunction with Section 23 (3), of a claureate or a solipee on an approved collection point,
9.
contrary to § 13 (2) or (4), in each case also in conjunction with Article 23 (1), (2) or (3) (3), a slaughterhouse, a slaughterhouse, poultry, an imported slaughterhouse, an imported slaughterhouse, or imported poultry or not slaughtered in time or slaughtered in time, or not slaughtered in time,
10.
one with an authorisation to § 13 (3), § 15 (2) or (4), § 20 sentence 2, § 35 (2) or Article 36a (4) of the enforceable edition,
11.
contrary to § 13 (5), also in connection with Section 23 (1), Section 13a (1), also in conjunction with § 23 (1) or § 34a (1), or § 14 (4), also in conjunction with Section 23 (3) or (4), a dog, a cat, a ferret, a monkey, a half-monkey or spends, imports or carries out a fish,
12.
contrary to § 14 (1) or (2), also in conjunction with Section 23 (1) or (2), a fish, a fish killed, a part of a fish or eggs or semen of fish killed or seduced from another Member State,
13.
contrary to § 15
14.
14.
contrary to the first sentence of Article 22 (1), also in the case of the A connection with § 23 (5) or (6), or § 24a (1) sentence 1, also in conjunction with Section 23 (5), an animal or a commodity imported or carried out,
15.
contrary to § 23a, also in conjunction with Section 23 (5), a commodity or an item is inserted or carried out,
16.
contrary to § 25, paragraph 1, sentence 1, also in conjunction with § 23 (5) or § 37 (2), § 25 (2) or (4) or § 26 sentence 1, also in conjunction with Section 23 (5) or (6) or § 37 (2), an animal, a product or an item of goods imported or carried out,
17.
contrary to § 32 (1) sentence 1, also in conjunction with § 23 (5) or paragraph 6, an animal,
18.
contrary to § 32, paragraph 1, sentence 2, also in conjunction with § 23 (5) or (6), or § 32 (2), also in conjunction with § 23 paragraph 5, a copy does not carry it,
19.
contrary to § 32, paragraph 3, also in conjunction with Section 23 (5), a commodity or an item transported,
20.
contrary to Article 36a, paragraph 3, a commodity is stored,
21.
contrary to § 37, paragraph 6, a commodity is intermediately stored, is stored, treated or removed from the interim storage facility, or
22.
contrary to § 37a, an animal, a product or an object.
(3) Contrary in the sense of the Article 14 (1) (9) of the Animal by-products-Elimination Act, who intentionally or negligently acts as
1.
contrary to Article 4 (4) sentence 2 of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3. October 2002 laying down the health rules for animal by-products not intended for human consumption (OJ L 327, 30.12.2002, p. EC No 1), as last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) No 416/2005 of 11 June 2005. 1 March 2005 (OJ L 327, EU No 10), in conjunction with the second sentence of Article 8 (1) or (3), respectively in conjunction with Annex V (3), Regulation (EC) No 999/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 June 2001 on the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 June May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (OJ L 327, 28.5.2001, p. EC No 1), as last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) No 1292/2005 of 5 June 2005 OJ L 327, 31.12.2005, p. 31 August 2005 (OJ L 327, EU No 3), specified risk material or material obtained therefrom by processing, or
2.
contrary to Article 8 (1) in conjunction with Paragraph 2 sentence 1 or 3 (b) of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 June 2002 on the October 2002 laying down the health rules for animal by-products not intended for human consumption (OJ L 327, 30.12.2002, p. EC No 1), as last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) No 416/2005 of 11 June 2005. 1 March 2005 (OJ L 327, EU No 10), an animal by-product or a processed product dispatched to another Member State.
(4) An administrative offence within the meaning of Article 14 (2) (6) of the Animal by-products removal act is to be found that intentionally or negligently, contrary to Article 8 (1), in conjunction with paragraph 3 (a) of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 October 2002 laying down the health rules for animal by-products not intended for human consumption (OJ L 327, 30.12.2002, p. EC No 1), as last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) No 416/2005 of 11 June 2005. 1 March 2005 (OJ L 327, EU No 10), an animal by-product or a processed product is sent to another Member State.(5) Contrary to Regulation (EC) No 998/2003, as last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) No 1193/2005 of 25 June 2003, the provisions of Article 32 (2) (8) of the Animal Health Act are in breach of Regulation (EC) No 998/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Communities. 1 July 2005 (OJ L 327, EU No 4), by intentionally or negligently failing to carry out an identity card or a certificate contrary to Article 5 (1) (b) or Article 8 (2).(6) An administrative offence within the meaning of section 32, paragraph 2, point 8 of the Animal Health Act, who intentionally or negligently contrasts with Article 3 (2) in conjunction with Annex III to Commission Regulation (EC) No 745/2004 of 16 June 2004 on the application of the Animal Health Act to the Commission of the European Communities. Regulation on the import of foodstuffs of animal origin for personal consumption (OJ L 327, 22.4.2004, p. EU No 1) does not make any information referred to therein, not correct, or not fully identified.(7) Contrary to Article 2 (1) of Regulation (EC) No 136/2004 of the Commission of 22 December 2004, the provisions of Article 32 (2) (8) of the Animal Health Act are contrary to the law of the Member States. 1 January 2004 laying down procedures for veterinary checks on products imported from third countries at the Community border inspection posts (OJ L 327, 31.12.2004, p. EU No 11) does not provide an indication, not correct or not fully refundable.(8) Contrary to Article 1 (1) of Regulation (EC) No 282/2004 of the Commission of 18 December 2004, the provisions of Section 32 (2) (8) of the Animal Health Act are contrary to the provisions of Article 1 (1) of Regulation (EC) No 282/2004. February 2004, laying down a document for the customs declaration and veterinary inspection of animals entering the Community from third countries (OJ L 327, 28.11.2004, p. EU No 11) does not make an announcement, not correct, not complete or not in good time.(9) In the sense of Section 32 (2) (8) of the Animal Health Act, those who are in breach of Regulation (EC) No 1739/2005 of the Commission of 21. October 2005 laying down the animal health requirements applicable to the movement of circus animals between Member States (OJ L 327, 30.12.2005, p. EU No 47) by acting as circus operator or dressage holder intentionally or negligently against
1.
Article 3 in conjunction with Article 4 (3) (a) and Article 9 (2), also in conjunction with the second sentence of Article 1, in or from the Federal Republic of Germany
2.
Article 8 (1) (a), also in conjunction with Article 1, second sentence, does not ensure, or does not ensure, in good time, that the registers referred to therein shall be state-of-the-art,
3.
Article 8 (1) (b), also in conjunction with Article 1, second sentence, not or not in time to ensure that all animals are from one , or
4.
Article 8 (3), also in conjunction with the second sentence of Article 1, shall not ensure that the information referred to in that paragraph shall be provided in the

Section 7
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§ 42 Transitional provisions

(1) Holes which require approval pursuant to § 15 para. 1 or 3 of the Admissions procedure and on the 31. In December 2004, they were not authorised under this rule, and are considered provisional. The provisional approval will be deleted,
1.
if not up to 1.
(2
in case of a timely application with the entry of the unquestionability of the decision on the application of the decision on the application of the Application.
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§ 43 Revelations of announcements

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Appendix 1 (to § 4)
Goods, their commercial The original text (BGBl) is found

the site of the original text or the commercial import before commence of the activity. I 2005, 1015;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote
1.
embryos, ova and semen of solipees, and Cluttles
2.
Milk and milk products intended for human consumption
3.
Bruteier
4.
Eggs and Seeds of Fishing
5.
meat
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Appendix 2 (to § 6 para. 1)
Requirements for the transport and transport of vehicles

Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 2005, 1016
Art, usage requests12
I. Animals
1.Clathticks, hooves, rabbits and rabbits Carriers and containers must be such that animal exits, litter or feed cannot be seep out or fall out during transport.
2.Gewings
2.1 Poultry, other than one-day chicksTransport and storage must be clean, disinfected and so designed that animal exits and feathers during transport are only to an unavoidable degree.
2.2One-day chicks1. Transport Containers must
a) First used and clean, or
b)made of plastic material, metal or other correspondingly disinfectable material, and clean and disinfected.
2.Transport and containers must be designed in such a way as to ensure that animal exits and feathers during the Transport cannot fall out.
3.Other birdsTransport and transport must be clean, disinfected and designed in such a way that animal exits and feathers can only fall out to the inevitable extent during transport.
4. FishTransport or containers must be clean and so water that water cannot escape during transport.
5.BeesBee apartments or other transport containers must be sealed in a biene.
II.goods
1. Seeds and embryos of bovine animalsTransport containers must be clean, disinfected and so designed that they can be closed.
2.Seeds of pigsTransport containers must be clean, disinfected and so designed that they can be closed .
3.Bruteier1. Transport containers must
a)be used for the first time and clean or
b)are made of plastic material, metal, or other material that can be disinfected, and clean and
2.The means of transport and transport must be such that parts of damaged hatching eggs during transport
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Appendix 3 (to § 8 para. 1 and 4)
Intra-Community movement of animals and goods and their imports from the EEA States according to requirements laid down by Union law

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2005, 1017-1025;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Art, Use Pursuit Legal bases for additional Prerequisites123 Directive 91 /67/EEC, as amended,health certificate issued in accordance with the model laid down in Annex C. 1 September 1989 on animal health issues relating to intra-Community trade in and imports from third countries of embryos of domestic animals of the bovine species (OJ L 327, 28.12.1989, p. EC No 1), as amendedaccordance with the model set out in Annex D to Council Directive 88 /407/EEC of 14 December 1989, prepare a veterinary certificate of animal health certificate. 1 June 1988 laying down the animal health requirements applicable to intra-Community trade in and imports of frozen semen of bovine animals (OJ L 327, 31.12.1988, p. 1). EC No 10), as amended, 1 June 1990 laying down the animal health requirements applicable to intra-Community trade in and imports of semen of porcine semen (OJ L 327, 31.12.1990, p. 1). EC No 62), as amended,the health certificate issued by the Commission in accordance with the model of the Annex to Commission Decision 95 /483/EC of 9 December 1993 1 November 1995 on the model certificate for intra-Community trade in egg cells and embryos of pigs (OJ L 327, 28.12.1995, p. EC No 30), as amended,by the Commission in accordance with the model set out in Annex I to Commission Decision 95 /388/EC of 19 December 1 September 1995 laying down the pattern of a health certificate for intra-Community trade in semen, ova and embryos of ovine and caprine animals (OJ L 327, 30.12.1995, p. EC No 30), as amended,veterinary certificate of animal health according to the model set out in Annex II to Decision 95 /388/EC, as amended,the basis of the Commission Decision 95 /307/EC of 24 December 1993veterinary certification of animal health in accordance with the model of the Annex to Commission Decision 95 /294/EC of 24 December 1993. 1 July 1995 laying down the model health certificate for trade in eggs and embryos of equidae (OJ L 327, 31.12.1995, p. EC No 27), as amended,
I.Animals
1bovineveterinary animal health certificate in accordance with model 1 of Annex F of the Council Directive 64 /432/EEC of 26 June 1991 Regulation on animal health problems relating to intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine (OJ L 327, 31.12.1964, p. EC No L 121 p. 1977), as amended,Articles 9 and 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of the Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
2.Pigs Animal health certificate in accordance with model 2 of Annex F to Directive 64 /432/EEC, as amendedArticles 9 and 10 of Directive 64 /432/EEC, in each case valid version,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
3. Sheep and goats
3.1 Nutz and breeding sheep and goats other than fattening sheep and goatsveterinary health certificate in accordance with the model III of Annex E to Council Directive 91 /68/EEC of 28. 1 January 1991 on animal health problems relating to intra-Community trade in ovine and caprine animals (OJ L 327, 31.12.1991, p. EC No 19), as amended,Articles 7 and 8 of Directive 91 /68/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of the Directive 90 /425/EEC in the version currently in force
3.2Mastsheep and goats Veterinary Health Certificate in accordance with model II of Annex E to Directive 91 /68/EEC, as amendedArticles 7 and 8 of Directive 91 /68/EEC, in each case in the valid version,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
3.3 Battle sheep and goatsveterinary health certificate in accordance with model I of Annex E to Directive 91 /68/EEC, as amended Articles 7 and 8 of Directive 91 /68/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, in each applicable version Version
4.Wild Klauentiereamtsveterinary certificate after Model of Annex E, Part 1 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended, to be supplemented by the approval certificate referred to in Article 6 (A) (1) (f) of that Directive.Article 14 and 15 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
5.solipeds
5.1 Registered solicitationveterinary health certificate in accordance with the model of Annex B to Directive 90 /426/EEC, in each of the applicable VersionArticle 4 (6) and Article 5 of Directive 90 /426/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, in each case Current version
5.2Other solipedsamtsveterinary Health certificate according to the model set out in Annex C to Directive 90 /426/EEC, as amendedArticle 4 (6) and Article 5 of Directive 90 /426/EEC, in each case in force. Version,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC in the version currently in force
6. Apes and semi-monkeysamtsveterinary certificate according to the model of Annex E, Part 3 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended. Articles 14 and 15 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC in the version in force
7.Dogs, domestic cats and ferretspet passport by pattern
1.
of the Annex to Decision 2003 /803/EC in the version in force, or
2.
of Annex III of the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 577/2013 of 28 October 2013. June 2013 on the sample identification documents for the movement of dogs, cats and ferrets for other than commercial purposes, to draw up lists of territories and third countries and to define the requirements for format, layout and Language of declarations confirming compliance with certain conditions laid down in Regulation (EU) No 576/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 378, 27.9.2013, p. 109), as amended, which states that the animal has received a rabies vaccination which is listed in Annex III to Regulation (EU) No 576/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 June 2013 on the subject of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 576/2013 of 12 June 2013. The Court of Justice of the European Communities, on the movement of pet animals for other than commercial purposes, and repealing Regulation (EC) No 998/2003 (OJ L 327, 31.12.2003, p. 1), as amended in the current version,

as well as veterinary certification according to the model set out in Annex E, Part 1 of Directive 92 /65/EEC, in each of the applicable laws. Version
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended,
Article 5 of Regulation (EC) No 998/2003 as amended
8.Rabbit and rabbitCertificate of origin in accordance with article 4, 4. Application of Directive 92/65/EEC as amended (indication of the name and address of the holding and confirmation that the animals are free from visible signs at the time of the association and that the holding does not operate ) or, in the case of the requirement by the Member State of destination, veterinary certification according to the model set out in Annex E to Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended, which shall be subject to the following conditions: Confirmation notice pursuant to Article 9 (2), first sentence, of this Directive is added toArticles 14 and 15 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
9.Foxes and minks Certificate of origin in accordance with article 4, 4. Application of Directive 92/65/EEC as amended (indication of the name and address of the holding and confirmation that the animals are free from visible signs of disease at the time of the association and that the conditions are in accordance with the conditions laid down in Annex I to the Annex) No 1)Articles 14 and 15 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC in the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, Applicable version
10.Birds
10.1Poultry, other than ratite (shattered birds), in consignments of less than 20 animals, except for exhibitions, performance or contestsveterinary health certificate in accordance with model 4 of Annex IV to Council Directive 90 /539/EEC of 15 June 1991, 1 October 1990 on animal health conditions governing intra-Community trade in and imports from third countries of poultry and hatching eggs (OJ L 327, 30.12.1990, p. EC No 6), as amended,Articles 10b, 12, 13 and 14 of Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of the Directive 90 /425/EEC as amended
10.2Poultry and farmed poultry in consignments of more than 19 animals, except for the increase of wild stocks, for exhibitions, performance shows or competitions, as well as for breeding and breeding birds (flat breast birds) in consignments of less than 20 animals Veterinary Health Certificate in accordance with model 3 of Annex IV to Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amendedArticles 9a, 9b, 12, 13 and 14 of Directive 90 /539/EEC in the in each case,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC in the version in force
10.3 Battle poultry in shipments of more than 19 animals as well as battle ratioe (flat breast birds) in shipments of less than 20 animalsamtsveterinary Health certificate in accordance with model 5 of Annex IV to Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amendedArticles 10b, 12, 13 and 14 of Directive 90 /539/EEC, in each case in force. Version,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC in the current version
10.4 farmed and farmed poultry for the increase of wild stocks in consignments of more than 19 animalsveterinary health certificate according to model 6 of Annex IV to the Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amended,Articles 12, 13 and 14 of Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of the Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
10.51-day chicks in consignments of more than 19 animals, as well as one-day chicks of Rolling birds (flat fowl birds) in consignments of less than 20 animalsveterinary health certificate in accordance with model 2 of Annex IV to Directive 90 /539/EEC, in each of the following: VersionArticles 9a, 12, 13 and 14 of Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, in each case. valid version
10.6Parrots and parakeetsveterinary certificate or certificate of a the veterinarian instructed by the competent authority in accordance with Annex E, Part 1 of Directive 92 /65/EECArticle 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended,
10.7other birdsCertificate of origin in accordance with article 4, 4. Application of Directive 92/65/EEC as amended (indication of the name and address of the holding and confirmation that the animals are free from visible signs of disease at the time of the association and that the conditions are in accordance with the conditions laid down in Annex I to the Annex) 5 (2) do not exist)Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
11. Fish
11.1 Fish of species susceptible to the IHN or VHS which are intended for an approved fish holding or an approved zone from an approved zone The official transport certificate referred to in Chapter 1 of Annex E to Council Directive 91 /67/EEC of 28 June 1991. January 1991 concerning the animal health rules applicable to the placing on the market of aquaculture animals and products (OJ L 327, 31.12.1991, p. EC No 1), as amended,Articles 12 and 13 of Directive 91 /67/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of the Directive 90 /425/EEC as amended
11.2Fish of the species susceptible to the IHN or VHS, which are intended for use in the shall be approved in accordance with Chapter 2 of Annex E to the approved fish holding company or an approved zone, from an approved fish holdingArticles 12 and 13 of Directive 91 /67/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of the Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
11.3molluscs which are intended for an approved fish holding company or an approved zone, from an approved zone.Official transport certificate referred to in Chapter 3 of Annex E to Directive 91 /67/EEC, as amended. Articles 12 and 13 of Directive 91 /67/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, in each applicable version Version
11.4Soft animals intended for an approved fish holding or an approved zone from a authorised fishing operationsofficial transport certificate referred to in Chapter 4 of Annex E to Directive 91 /67/EEC, as amended. Articles 12 and 13 of Directive 91 /67/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
11.5Fish of a non-IHN or VHS susceptible species intended for an approved fish holding or an approved zone a fish holding operationofficial transport certificate referred to in Annex I to Commission Decision 93 /22/EEC of 11 May 1992, 1 December 1992 laying down the models of transport certificates provided for in Article 14 of Council Directive 91 /67/EEC (OJ L 327, 31.12.1991, p. EC No 8), as amended,Articles 12 and 13 of Directive 91 /67/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of the Directive 90 /425/EEC as amended
11.6Fish of a type not susceptible to IHN or VHS, which are intended for use in the an approved fish holding or an approved zone, not originating from a fish holding company.Official transport certificate referred to in Annex II to the decision 93 /22/EEC, as amended,Articles 12 and 13 of Directive 91 /67/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of the Directive 90 /425/EEC in the current version
12.Bees Veterinary Certificate according to the model of Annex E, Part 2 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended, which is supplemented by the audit opinion referred to in Article 8 of the said Directive Articles 14 and 15 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC in the version in force
II.goods
1.Fresh meat of ungulates, poultry, rabbits, farmed game or shellfish, feather or hard wild game, and meat products and preparations produced therefromArticle 9 of Directive 89 /662/EEC, as amended,
Articles 4, 5 and 6 (3) and 4 of Directive 2002/99/EC, as amended,
Article 11 (1) (f) of Council Directive 2001 /89/EC of 23 June 2000, October 2001 on Community measures for the control of classical swine fever (OJ L 327, 28.12.2001, p. EC No 5) in the version currently in force.
2.embryos of bovine animals, which are after the 31. Commission shall, in accordance with the model set out in Annex C to Council Directive 89 /556/EEC of 25 December 1990, provide for the preparation ofArticle 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
3. Seeds of cattle after the 31. Commission shall,Article 4 of Directive 88 /407/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of the Directive 90 /425/EEC in the version currently in force
4.Seeds of pigs, after the 31. Commission shall, in accordance with the model set out in Annex D to Council Directive 90 /429/EEC of 26 December 1991, prepare a health certificate issued by the Council of Ministers for the purposes of the following yearsArticle 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
5. Eizelles and embryos of pigs, which after the 31. commission Decision 95 /483/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 December 1993Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
6. Seeds of sheep and goats, according to the 31. commission Decision 95 /388/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 December 1993 on the health certificateArticle 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
7. Eizelles and embryos of sheep and goats, according to the 31. Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC in the current version
8.Seeds of solipees, which is after 31. The Commission has published the Commission Decision 95 /307/EC of 24 December 1993veterinary certification of animal health by model. July 1995 laying down the model health certificate for trade in Equidensperma (OJ L 327, 30.4.1995, p. EC No 58), as amended,Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
9. Eizelles and embryos of solipees, which are after the 31. commission Decision 95 /294/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 December 1993Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
10. Bruteier
10.1 Bruteier, with the exception of hatching eggs of ratite birds (flat breast birds), in consignments of less than 20 eggsveterinary health certificate according to model 4 of Annex IV of the Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amended,Articles 12, 13 and 14 of Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of the Directive 90 /425/EEC, as amended
10.2Bruteier in consignments of more than 19 eggs and hatching eggs Rolling birds (flat fowl birds) in consignments of less than 20 eggsveterinary health certificate in accordance with model 1 of Annex IV to Directive 90 /539/EEC, in each of the applicable VersionArticles 12, 13 and 14 of Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amended,
Article 10 of Directive 90 /425/EEC, in each case in force. Version
11.raw milk and milk products Article 9 of Directive 89 /662/EEC, as amended,
Articles 4, 5 and 6 (3) of Directive 2002/99/EC, as
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Appendix 4 (to § § 9, 23a, 24, 24a para. 1 sentence 1, § 26 and 27 para. 1 sentence 1)
Animals and goods from other countries Member States and their importation of the authorisation required

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2005, 1026;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
I.
Animals
1.
cattle, pigs, sheep, and goats temporarily imported into the border area for pasture purposes
2.
Wildlife of the orders Rüsseltiere (Proboscidea) and Paarhufer (Artiodactyla), which are intended for animal shows, animal exhibitions or circuses
3.
(omitted)
4.
other bees other than the genus Apis mellifera and Bombus ssp.
5.
Birds caught in the wild as part of a conservation program approved by the Member State of destination
II.
goods
1.
embryos of bovine animals before 1. 1.
2.
Seeds of bovine animals before 1 January 1991. January 1990
3.
Seeds of pigs that are before 1. 4.
Eizelles and embryos of horses, swine, sheep or goats before 1 January 1992.
4.
1 January 1994.
5.
Seeds of horses, sheep or goats, which are before the first. 6
6.
bone, horn, hooves and claws, as well as non-finished products derived from them, excluding flours, for fertilisation or soil improvement
7.
animal by-products within the meaning of Article 2 (1) (a) of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002, provided that they are not included in Annex VII thereof, and VIII
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Appendix 5 (to § 9a)
Animals whose intra-Community movement is subject to certain conditions Prerequisites are prohibited

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 1027)
Art prerequisites
1 2
1. Foxes and minkThe animals
1.
come from a holding in which rabies or rabies are officially detected during the last six months prior to dispatch,
2.
are with animals from an establishment referred to in point 1, or
3.
do not have effective vaccination against rabies.
2. Birds, other than poultryThe animals come from a holding,
1.
which has been officially detected during the last 30 days prior to dispatch, or
2.
of the one of the birds. animal health barrier for reasons of Newcastle disease.
2.1 Parrots and parakeetsThe animals come from a holding or are with Come into contact with a holding where
1.
has been detected in the last two months prior to dispatch Psittakose (Chlamydia psittaci) or
2.
a veterinary treatment against psittacosis
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appendix 6 (to § 13 para. 3)
prerequisites for admission Non-Public Slaughterhouses

Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 2005, 1028
I.
Battleground Requirements
1.
In the slaughterhouse must be present:
1.1
Accommodation spaces for the animals delivered; have to be provided with liquid-impermeable floors and smooth walls and must be adequately illuminated; binding devices, ramps, bays and hurdles must be made of material which is easy to clean and disinfect; ;
1.2
a liquid-impermeable court fixture, as well as a place for washing and disinfection of vehicles with attached, liquid-impermeable Floor;
1.3
a dunggrub with liquid-impermeable bottom and liquid-impermeable walls for packing the dunges and the stomach and intestines, to be precise a place from which the dunggrub can be loaded and emptied and which has a width of three metres provided with a floor which is impermeable to liquids.
2.
If the operation has a railroad connection, the unloading lamp must be provided with a liquid impervious to the ground and must be provided with bays for the temporary accommodation of the animals as well as with adequate lighting.
3.
The operation must be adequately fenced and via devices for monitoring the inputs and outputs , with which the person entering the enterprise is excluded by unauthorized persons.
II.
Provisions on the operation of the slaughterhouse
1.
The controller is responsible for the operation is obliged to indicate the presence, the supply and departure of animals to the competent authority.
2.
The place of entry into the slaughterhouse from other Member States or imported slaughter animals shall be slaughtered there no later than 5 days after their arrival.
3.
The sick and suspected animals are to be killed and harmless to remove or remove.
4.
Milk of cows that have been found in the slaughterhouse may only be cooked or otherwise recycled
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Appendix 7 (to § 15)
Admissions in need of admission

Site of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 1029-1031
Part 1Type, intended use requirements for the operating provisions on the Operate123. July 2004, as amended
I.Animals
1monkeys and half-monkeysRequirements set out in Annex C No. 1 of Directive 92/65/EEC in the applicable VersionProvisions set out in Annex C (2) to (4) and (6) of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended.
2. Gewing
2.1Nutz and breeding poultry, including one-day chicks, in consignments of more than 19 animals other than poultry to increase wild herds.Requirements laid down in Chapter I of Annex II to Directive 90 /539/EEC, in each case Provisions referred to in Annex II, Chapter II (A), and Annex III to Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amended
II.Products
1. Seeds from insemination stations
1.1 Seeds of cattle, after the 31. December 1989, and
1.1.1before the 31. "laid down in Annex A, Chapters I and II (e) of Directive 88 /407/EEC in which up to 1 have been obtained set out in Annex A, Chapters II (a) to (d) and (f) and Annexes B and C to Directive 88 /407/EEC, in the up to 1 July 2004, are in force. July 2004
1.1.2, which is based on the 1. laid down in Annex A, Chapter I, point 1 of Directive 88 /407/EEC, as set out in the first paragraph of this Directive, Provisions set out in Annex A, Chapter II, No 1, as well as Annexes B and C to Directive 88 /407/EEC, as amended by 1 July 2004, shall be replaced by the provisions of Annex A to this
1.2Seeds of pigs, after the 31. laid down in Annex A, Chapters I and II (e) of Directive 90 /429/EEC, as amended in each case Provisions set out in Annex A, Chapter II (a) to (d) and (f), and Annexes B and C to Directive 90 /429/EEC, as amended
1.3 Seeds of horses, sheep and goatsRequirements laid down in Annex D, Chapter I, point 2 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended. Provisions set out in Annex D, Chapter I, No. 2, Chapters II and III of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended
2.Seed out of seeds Samendepots
2.1Seeds of bovine animals Requirements laid down in Annex A, Chapter I, No. 2 of Directive 88 /407/EEC, as amended.Provisions set out in Annex A, Chapter II, point 2 of the Directive 88 /407/EEC in the version currently in force
3.embryos and ova
3.1embryos and ova of bovine animals, after 31. laid down in Annex A, Chapters I and II (2) of Directive 98 /556/EEC, as amended, respectivelyProvisions and requirements of Annex A to Annex A to the Directive in accordance with Annex A, Chapter II, Nos. 1 and 3, and Annex B to Directive 89 /556/EEC, as amended
3.2embryos and ova of Horses, swine, ovine and caprine animalsRequirements laid down in Annex D, Chapter IV of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended.Provisions set out in Annex D Chapter III of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended.
4.Bruteier in shipments of more than 19 pieces Requirements laid down in Annex II, Chapter I of Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amended.Provisions set out in Annex II, Chapter II (A) and Annex III to the Directive 90 /539/EEC, as
Part 2Type of operational requirements for the Operating provisions on the operation123
1.Livestock Enterprises, the animals are commercially available for the purpose of intra-Community introduction either directly or via a third party and sold again within 30 days after the purchase or transferred to a foreign authorized institution 
1.1for cattle and pigsRequirements laid down in Article 13 (2) (a) to (c) of the Directive 64 /432/EEC, as amendedProvisions provided for in Article 13 (1) and (2) (d) of Directive 64 /432/EEC, as amended
1.2for ovine and caprine animalsRequirements laid down in Article 8b (2) (a) to (c) of Directive 91 /68/EEC as amended Provisions referred to in Article 8b (1) of Directive 91 /68/EEC in the version currently in force
2. Tray stall
2.1for cattle and PigsRequirements laid down in Article 13 (2) (a) to (c) of Directive 64 /432/EEC, as amended in each caseProvisions referred to in Article 13 (2) Point (d) of Directive 64 /432/EEC, as amended,
2.2for sheep and goats Requirements laid down in Article 8b (2) (a) to (c) of Directive 91 /68/EEC, as amendedProvisions provided for in Article 8b (2) (d) of Directive 91 /68/EEC in the in applicable version
3.collection point 
3.1for cattle, pigs and solipedsRequirements referred to in Article 11 (1) (a), (b) and (d) of the Directive 64 /432/EEC as amendedProvisions referred to in Article 6 (1) first sentence 3 and 11 (1) (c) and (e) and (2) of Directive 64 /432/EEC, in each case as far as they relate to the species or intended use in question
3.2for ovine and caprine animals Requirements laid down in Article 8a (1) (a), (b) and (d) of Directive 91 /68/EEC, as amendedProvisions referred to in Article 8a (1) (c) and (c) (e) and (2) of Directive 91 /68/EEC, as amended
4.Zoos, wild parks or other establishments in which animals are to be for scientific purposes or for experimental purposes, for the conservation or conservation of rare breedsRequirements laid down in Annex C (1) to Directive 92/65/EEC, in the respectively applicable VersionProvisions set out in Annex C (2) to (4) and (6) of Directive 92/65/EEC, as
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asset 8 (to § 18)
labeling methods

original text site: BGBl. I 2005, 1032-1033;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote
Art, usage purpose label12
I.Animals
1. Wild KlauentiereYou must be marked in such a way that the operation from which the animals originate or in which they have been held can be detected.
2.soliped-slate
2.1 Registered solipedsLabelling of the individual animal and document for its identification in accordance with the Annex to Commission Decision 93 /623/EEC of 20 December 2001. October 1993 on the document on the identification of registered equidae (Equidenpassport) (OJ L 327, 22.12.1993, p. EC No L 298 p. 45), as amended
2.2Other solipedsDocument on the Identification of the individual animal, in accordance with the Annex to Decision 93 /623/EEC, as amended, which contains at least the information referred to in Chapters I to IV and IX of Decision 93 /623/EEC
3. Dogs, cats and ferretsDocument for identification of the individual animal and its labelling in accordance with Articles 5 and 16 of Regulation (EC) No. 998/2003, as amended, in the case of introduction to Ireland, Malta, Sweden and the United Kingdom in accordance with Articles 6 and 16 of Regulation (EC) No 998/2003, as amended
4.Gewings
4.1 Farmed and farmed poultry in consignments of more than 19 animalsLabelling of transport containers with the veterinary control number of the home establishment
4.21-day chicks in shipments of more than 19 animalsLabelling of transport containers with
1.the Veterinary Control Number of the home operation,
2. of the shipping country and country of destination,
3.of the type, purpose and number of animals,
4.the clearly legible indication in the visible place that they contain one-day chicks
5. Parrots and parakeetsYou must be marked in such a way that the holding from which the animals come from or in which they have stopped will be determined
6.FishLabelling of transport containers with the name or the name of the Veterinary Control Number of the Home Company
II.Products
1embryos of bovine animals after the 31. The following information was prepared in December 1990.Labelling of the container containing the following information and in the following order: serial production number issued by the holding, race of the Cow according to the key of Appendix 6 of the Animal Transport Regulation, earmark number of the cow in accordance with § 24d (4) sentence 1 of the Animal Transport Regulation, breed of the bull according to the key of Appendix 6 of the Animal Transport Regulation, herd number of the bull, Veterinary inspection number of the holding from which the embryos originate, in accordance with Article 16, sentence 3, date of removal (information in the order of year, month, day), number of embryos in the container, type of production or production (indication of whether it is obtained in vivo (VIV), produced in vitro (IVF) or micro-manipulated with penetration of the Zona pellucida (MME)) and, if necessary, additional information in alphanumeric (A) and numeric (n) format (nnnnn nn AA nnnnnnnnnnnnnn nn nnnnnnnn DE-ETRnnn-EEC nnnnnn n AAA)
2.Seeds of cattle, after the 31. The identification of each individual dose with the following information and in the following order: breed of the bull according to the key of Appendix 6 of the Livestock traffic regulation, name of the bull, herd number, veterinary inspection number of the insemination station in accordance with § 16 para. 3, date of removal (information in the order year, month, day), if applicable supplemented by the serial number of the ejaculate and additional Information in alphanumeric (A) or numeric (n) format (nn AAAAAAAAAAAAA nnnnnnnn DE-KBRnnn-EEC nnnnnn/n)
3.Seeds of pigs Marking each ejaculate and every single dose with information on the date of withdrawal, breed and identity of the donor animal and, if necessary, the name and the veterinary control number of the donor animal. Insemination station, presetting the name of the Member State
4.BruteierStamping the eggs referred to in Article 2 and labelling of the packaging referred to in Article 3 of Commission Regulation (EEC) No 1868/77 of 29 June 1977, 1 July 1977 on the implementation of Regulation (EEC) No 2782/75 on the production and marketing of hatching eggs and of chicks of poultry (OJ L 327, 31.12.1977, p. EC No 1) in the version currently in
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Appendix 9 (to § 22 para. 1, 3 and 4, § § 23a, 24a para. 1, § § § § § § 2). 26 and section 27 (1) sentence 1 and section 37 (1) sentence 1, (3) and (5) sentence 1)
Imports of animals and goods in accordance with requirements laid down by European Union law

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 1034-1038;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Art, use-related legal bases for listing third country certification, legal bases to set certificates123Article 18 (1) and Article 19 of Directive 92 /65/EEC 9 (1) (c) of Directive 91 /496/EEC as amended in each caseof Directive 89 /556/EEC, as amended,of Directive 88 /407/EEC as amendedof Directive 90 /429/EEC as amendedArticle 28 of Directive 92 /65/EEC Version
I.Animals 
1.HuftiereArticle 3 of Council Directive 2004 /68/EC of 26 June 2007. April 2004 laying down the animal health requirements applicable to the importation and transit of certain live ungulate animals in or , by the Community, amending Directives 90 /426/EEC and 92 /65/EEC and repealing Directive 72 /462/EEC (OJ L 281, 23.12.1992, p. EU No L 139 p. 320, No 128), as amendedArticle 6 (1) and (3), Articles 8, 9, 10, 13 (1) and 17 of Directive 2004 /68/EC, as amended, Article 9 Paragraph 1 (c) of Directive 91 /496/EEC, as amended,
2.(omitted)
3.Einhufer 
3.1Registered solipedsArticles 12 and 13 of Directive 90 /426/EEC, in the applicable VersionArticle 12 (4), Articles 15, 16 and 19 of Directive 90 /426/EEC, as amended, Article 9 (1) (c) of Directive 91 /496/EEC, in each of the applicable Version
3.2Other solipedsArticles 12 and 13 of Directive 90 /426/EEC, in the respective applicable Version,Article 12 (4), Articles 15, 16 and 19 of Directive 90 /426/EEC, as amended, Article 9 (1) (c) of Directive 91 /496/EEC, in each of the applicable Version
4.Apes and semi-monkeysArticle 17 (2) (a) and (3) of Directive 92 /65/EEC in the in each caseArticle 17 (2) (b) and (3), Article 18 (1) and Article 19 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended, Article 9 (1) (c) of the Directive 91 /496/EEC, as amended
5.Dogs and domestic catsArticle 17 (2) (a) and (b) article 17 (2) (b) and (3), Article 18 (1) and Article 19 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended, Article 17 (3) of Directive 92 /65/EEC, as amended
6.Rabbits and rabbits Article 17 (2) (a) and (3) of Directive 92/65/EEC as amended in each caseArticle 17 (2) (b) and (3), Article 18 (1) and Article 19 of the Directive 92 /65/EEC, as amended, Article 9 (1) (c) of Directive 91 /496/EEC, as amended
7.ferrets, Foxes and minksArticle 17 (2) (a) and (3) of Directive 92/65/EEC as amended in each caseArticle 17 (2) (b) and (3), Article 18 (1) and Article 19 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended, Article 9 (1) (c) of Directive 91 /496/EEC, as amended
8. GewingsArticles 21, 23 and 26 of Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amendedArticles 23, 24 and 26 of the Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amended, Article 9 (1) (c) of Directive 91 /496/EEC, as amended
9. Birds other than poultryArticle 17 (2) (a) and (3) of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amendedArticle 17 (2) Point (b) and (3), Article 18 (1) and Article 19 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended, Article 9 (1) (c) of Directive 91 /496/EEC, as amended
10.FishArticle 19 of Directive 91 /67/EEC, as amendedArticles 20 and 21 of Directive 91 /67/EEC, as amended, Article 9 (1) (c) of Directive 91 /496/EEC, as amended
11. BeesArticle 17 (2) (a) and (3) of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amendedArticle 17 (2) (b) and (3), Article 18 (1) and Article 19 of Directive 92/65/EEC, as amended, Article 9 (1) (c) of Directive 91 /496/EEC, as amended
II. Goods
1. Fresh meat of ungulates, poultry, rabbits, farmed game or shellfish, feather or hair wild game and meat products and preparations produced therefromArticle 8 (1) and (5) of Directive 2002/99/EC as amendedArticles 8 (3) to (5), 9 (1), (2) and (4) and 10 (4) of Directive 2002/99/EC, as amended
2.embryos of bovine animals after the 31. ArticleArticles 9 and 10 of Directive 89 /556/EEC in the amended version of Directive 89 /556/EEC, as amended. Current version
3.Eizelles and embryos of horses, swine, sheep and goatsArticle Article 17 (2) (a) and (3) and Article 28 of Directive 92/65/EEC as amendedArticle 17 (2) (b) and (3) and Article 18 (1) of Directive 92 /65/EEC in the Current version
4.Seeds of cattle after the 31. ArticleArticles 10 and 11 of Directive 88 /407/EEC in the amended version of Article 8 of Directive 88 /407/EEC Current version
5.Seeds of pigs, after the 31. ArticleArticles 9 and 10 of Directive 90 /429/EEC in the amended version of Directive 90 /429/EEC, as amended by the Commission, Current version
6.Seeds of horses, sheep and goatsArticle 17 (2) (a) and article 17 (2) (b) and (3) and Article 18 (1) of Directive 92/65/EEC in the respectively applicable version of Directive 92 /65/EEC, as amended
7.raw milk and milk products intended for human consumptionArticle 8 (1) and (c) 5 of Directive 2002/99/EC as amendedArticle 8 (3) to (5), Article 9 (1), (2) and (4) and Article 10 (4) of Directive 2002/99/EC, as amended
11.BruteierArticles 21, 23, and 26 of Directive 90 /539/EEC in the version in effect Articles 23, 24 and 26 of Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amended, Article 9 (1) (c) of Directive 91 /496/EEC, as
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import of goods according to requirements laid down by the European Union law

(reference of the Original text: BGBl. I 2005, 1039
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Art, usage purpose legal basis for listing third countries12
1hay, strawArticle 19 of Directive 97 /78/EC in the current
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Annex 9b (to § 25 para. 1 and 3)
Prohibition of imports of animals under EU law

(reference of the Original text: BGBl. I 2006, 585, 586;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Art Seuche Time span
1 2 3
1.HuftiereFoot-and-mouth disease, cattle pest12 months
Stomatitis vesicularis specifica6 months
2.Huftiere, except pigsbluetongue, rifttalfieber12 Months
3.PigsAfrican swine fever, swine fever 12 months
Vesicular Pork Disease24 months
4. cattle
4.1 allLumpy-skin36 months
4.2only Animals of the genus BosInfectious Lung Disease of cattle12 months
5. Sheep and goatsPest of small ruminants, pox disease of sheep and goats12 months
6.EinhuferHorse test, Venezuelan equestrian encephalomyelitis 24 months
Disease, Rotz6 months
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Appendix 10 (to § 25 para. 2 and 3)
Special bans and restrictions on the importation of animals and goods on the basis of EU law

(site of the Original text: BGBl. I 2005, 1041;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Art, usage-related legal bases for import bans and restrictions12
I.Animals
1. HuftiereArticle 11 (4) and Article 12 (4) of Directive 2004 /68/EC in the version in force in each case
2. WingArticle 29 of Directive 90 /539/EEC in the version currently in force
3. FishArticle 24 of Directive 91 /67/EEC in the version in force
4.Animals after numbers 1 to 3 and other animalsArticle 18 of Directive 91 /496/EEC, as amended
II. Goods
1.embryos of cattle that are after the 31. Article 15 of Directive 89 /556/EEC as amended
2. Seeds of cattle, after the 31. Article 16 of Directive 88 /407/EEC, as amended,
3. Seeds of pigs, after the 31. Articles 15 and 16 of Directive 90 /429/EEC, as amended,
4. BruteierArticle 29 of Directive 90 /539/EEC, as amended
5.Eggs and Sperm of fishArticle 24 of Directive 91 /67/EEC, as amended in each case
6.Products in accordance with points 1 to 6, other goods of animal origin and articles which may be carriers of contagion.Article 22 of Directive 97 /78/EC, as
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Appendix 10a (to § 29 para. 1)
Document verification in animals

site of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 1042;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote
1.
Purpose verification
2.
Verification of the consignment accompanying certificate, whether it is
a)
in the original,
b)
at least in the German language and in the language of the country of origin, and of the Member State of destination, or, instead of a certificate, a certified German translation or a certified translation in the language of the Member State of destination,
c)
a third country or part of a third country admitted to import,
d)
content and, externally, the pattern defined for the animal concerned and the third country in question,
e)
from a single sheet or from a multi-sided, consisting of an inseparably assembled document and a serial number,
f)
has been completed and has not been modified, unless authorized by Any deletions that have been marked with signature and seal of the signed,
g)
at a time when the shipment is being loaded for export to the European Union,
h)
is issued for a single recipient,
i)
referring, if necessary, to a holding that is allowed to import
j)
the signature and a legible indication of the name and the name of the undersigned, and the seal is in a colour other than the rest of the writing,
k)
on each sheet a seal and numbering of the pages (for example, 1 out of 4), provided that it is a multi-page
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Annex 11 (to § 29 para. 2 nos. 1 and para. 3 no. 1)
Implementation of the nemality control and physical examination at Animals

Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 2005, 1043-1044
Art, how-to-use and manner of control12
I.Nemity Control
1. Klauentiere and solipeds in consignments of not more than 10 animalsComparison of the identification of each animal with the particulars of the certificate accompanying the animals
2.Klauentiere and Einhufer in consignments of more than 10 animals1. Comparison of 10% of the animals, but at least 10 animals, with the evidence of this accompanying certificate
2. Increase in the number of controlled animals up to the total number of a shipment in the event of incorrect information being detected in the control after 1.
3. Poultry and fish in consignments of not more than 10 transport containersComparison of the species in each transport container and identification of each transport container with the Details of the accompanying certificate
4.Poultry and fish in consignments of more than 10 transport containers 1Comparison of the animal species in and marking of at least 10% of the transport containers, but at least 10 transport containers, with the information of the animals accompanying certificate
2.Increase in the number of controlled transport containers up to the total number of transport containers of a consignment Determination of erroneous information in the case of control after 1.
3.Sample-like control of whether the animals in the transport containers are the subject of the Details of the certificate accompanying the animal species and intended use
5.Other animals Comparison of the animal species and the identification of the animals or the transport containers with the particulars of the certificate accompanying the animals
II. Physical Investigation
1.claw and one-hufer After unloading all animals from the means of transport under the supervision of the official veterinarian examination of the animals and sampling in accordance with Annex II of Commission Decision 97 /794/EC of 12 July 2007. 1 November 1997 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Directive 91 /496/EEC as regards veterinary checks on live animals to be introduced from third countries (OJ L 327, 31.12.1997, p. EC No 31) in the version currently in force
1.1Nutz and breeding animals, other than zoo animals and circus animals
1.1.1Shipments of less than 10 animalsInvestigation of each Tieres
1.1.2Shipments of 10 and more animalsInvestigation of at least 10% of the animals, , however, of at least 10 animals representative of the consignment
1.2Battle animals 
1.2.1Shipments Less Than 5 AnimalsInquiry into each animal
1.2.2Shipments of 5 and more animalsInvestigation of at least 5% of the animals, but of at least 5 for the consignment of representative animals
2.Freshwater FishInvestigation in the case of suspicion a particular risk as a result of the species or origin and other irregularities
3.Animals intended for laboratories , have a recognised health status in respect of certain diseases and are transported under controlled environmental conditions in sealed transport containers.Investigation in the case of suspicion of a particular risk as a result of the type of animal and its origin and other irregularities,
4.Other AnimalsObservation of the state of health and behaviour of the animal or of the entire animal group or of a representative number of animals, in the case of suspicion, increase in the number of animals to be treated. controlling animals or further examinations, if necessary
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Appendix 12 (to § 29 para. 2 no. 2 and (3) (2)
Implementation of the control and physical examination in the case of goods

Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 2005, 1045
I.
Nemity Control
1.
For each shipment, the product's identification is to be compared with the particulars of the certificate accompanying the goods.
2.
In the case of transit, the nemity check may be restricted to the number 1,
a)
for goods in containers or in hermetically sealed containers the integrity of the Container,
b)
to check the integrity of the Plombe
in the case of officially sealed containers.
II.
Physical Investigation
1.
For each shipment, check whether the transport conditions have left the goods in the correct state and there are no signs that the animal health conditions are Criticisms.
2.
1% of packages or packages, but at least two and at most ten packages or packages, are to be examined.
3.
For loose products, at least five samples are to be examined.
4.
In the case of suspicion, continuing investigations.
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Annex 13 (to section 37 (1), second sentence)
goods whose transit is Fulfilment of certain pre-requisites without permission is permitted

Site of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 1046;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote
Art, usage purpose Prerequisites
1 2
1. Eizelles, embryos and semen of clutches and horsesThe transport container must be clean, disinfected and closable.
2.Bruteier1. Transport container must
a)be used for the first time and clean or
b) made of plastic material, metal or other correspondingly disinfectable material, as well as being clean and disinfected.
2. The means of transport and transport must be such that parts of damaged hatching eggs cannot fall out during transport.
3. Eggs and sperm of fishThe means of transport or transport must be clean and so that water does not escape during transport
4.Omitted Fats intended for human consumptionThe Transport container must be clean and liquid-tight