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The administrative license for the possession of potentially dangerous dogs: Compulsory exclusively for owners?

2014.12.03

AUTHOR: María González Lacabex. Attorney at law. Master in Environmental Law. University Specialist in Sustainable Development and Agenda 21 Local. Postgraduate Degree in Animals Law and Society (UAB, 2011). Member of the research group SGR, ADS (Animals, Law and Society) of the UAB. Founder of ANIMALEX, a law office dedicated exclusively to Animal Law.

TITLE: TITULO: The administrative license for the possession of potentially dangerous dogs: Compulsory exclusively for owners?

PUBLICATION DATE: November 2014
PUBLICATION PLACE: dA web Center

SUMMARY

This article deals with a frequent doubt related to the administrative obligation of having a licence for the possession of potentially dangerous dogs. Is the owner the only responsible for obtaining this authorisation? If a dog lives and is cared by different members of one family, is it enough that its legal owner gets this licence, proving his/her aptitude to posses it? Is it possible for someone who has no dog to obtain this kind of licence?

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