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Old 03-05-04, 06:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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regulations for NB

Sorry, i misunderstood what i read,

below is the link too the province of new brunswicks regulations,
too anyone who might be intrested...

http://www.gnb.ca/0062/regs/92-74.htm

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Old 03-05-04, 07:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Green Vine Snake,
Occording to that list that is the only hot allowed in the province. A bunch of us has been talking about forming an official herp society in order to work with the goverment to try and get the list updated but nothing has been done yet.
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The goverment isn't going to break down someones door for a ball python or even a burm, they know that those snakes are here. But if they found out someone was keeping a hot or there was an acident with a hot it could ruin reptile keeping for the whole province.
Other than the Green Vine everything else is illegal, please don't forget that your not the only herper in the province.
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I agree that list has too be updated none of the reptiles at the local pet stores are in it lol, even my little balls not on it,, but I'm just trying too make sure I understand how this works those regulations are sorta there saying the bye law can enforce permits bye referring too that act,, but if your local bye laws do not require a permit, then there is nothing wrong with owning them right??

for example i cannot find any by-law against owning a reptile, but there is one against having it in public un confined so i would assume that means you can keep them in your own home ??

shown here:
http://www.city.fredericton.nb.ca/ci...%20Control.pdf
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P.S, I agree something should be done too update that list, at least too include more common animals, as for other such as hots, I have no problem with them not being allowed without a permit, even if they decided too make people keeping boids get permits I would not be too opposed to it ,Iíve seen people with animals I know they should not be owning, such as the fellow I rescued a Sav off of 2 weeks ago, I would want too know how too go about getting one of these permits,

and id like too note,
just because its not on that list does not mean its illegal, needing a permit and being illegal are 2 completly diffrent things,
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I agree that list has too be updated none of the reptiles at the local pet stores are in it lol, even my little balls not on it,, but I'm just trying too make sure I understand how this works those regulations are sorta there saying the bye law can enforce permits bye referring too that act,, but if your local bye laws do not require a permit, then there is nothing wrong with owning them right??
Municipal by-laws are secondary to Provincial laws, so what goes for the rest of the province also goes for Fredericton...plus any additional restrictions Fredericton's bylaws may impose. Municipalities may have more strict laws than the rest of the province, but not less strict.
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Toirtis,
Thanks for clearing that up, i wasnt sure how it worked,
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and id like too note,
just because its not on that list does not mean its illegal, needing a permit and being illegal are 2 completly diffrent things,
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That is not entirely true...possessing something that requires a permit (legal document) without first possessing the appropriate permit is a breach of the law, therefore a crime, and therefore illegal.
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