49) was an Act of Parliament in the United Kingdom. It came into operation in
November 1980, and has since been fully repealed by the Deer Act 1991.
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Deer Act 1991. CHAPTER 54. (A table showing the derivation of the provisions of
this consolidation Act will be found at the end of the Act. The table has no ...
How does the Deer Act 1991 protect deer? The Deer Act 1991 created the
following criminal offences: Poaching of deer. It is a criminal offence to enter onto
means section 2 of the Deer Act 1991. This guide links to Firearms legislation,
Meat Hygiene legislation and Disease guides. Access and ownership. Access to
dispatch, Deer Legislation, Damage Prevention, Deer. Management Group and
Risk Assessment Guides . Legislation. The Deer Act 1991 (as amended by ...
Date: 1991. Reference: Chapter 54 [Full text]. General Description: This Act
replaces previous legislation of the same name, including the Deer Act 1963 and
Feb 19, 2015 ... The Deer Act 1991 is the principal legislation dealing with offences against deer.
Deer means deer of any species and includes the carcase of ...
The aim of the Act is to make provisions with regard to deer and the
circumstances and times in which they can be killed or taken. It is an offence to
Deer. The Deer Act 1991 (as amended) protects all wild deer from poaching.
Schedule 1 species are protected during the close season. Taking or killing deer