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2017 Georgia Code
Title 4 - Animals
Chapter 10 - Dealers in Exotic Birds and Pet Birds
§ 4-10-6. Dealer's duty to maintain records; contents; periodic reports; failure to keep records as grounds for revocation of license; term of preservation
Universal Citation: GA Code § 4-10-6 (2017)
- (a) Every bird dealer shall keep records sufficient to identify:
- (1) Each exotic or pet bird in his possession or sold by him, by species and physical description;
- (2) The name, address, and telephone number of the person from whom each such bird was acquired and, if that person is a licensed bird dealer, then his license number or, if that person is not a licensed dealer, then his driver's license number, social security number, federal tax identification number, or such other identification as may be available;
- (3) The name, address, and telephone number of the person to whom each such bird is transferred and, if that person is a licensed bird dealer, then his license number or, if that person is not a licensed bird dealer, then his driver's license number, social security number, or such other identification as may be available; and
- (4) Any such bird which the dealer knows to be or have been sick or diseased or to have died.
- (b) The department may require periodic reports of any or all of the records required by subsection (a) of this Code section. The department may require the keeping of additional records; and all required records shall be made available for inspection by the department.
- (c) Failure to keep or make available any required records shall be grounds for revocation of a license.
- (d) Every bird dealer shall keep all of such records for at least one year.
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