2006 Code of Virginia § 3.1-796.89 - (Effective until July 1, 2007) Effect of dog or cat not wearing collar as evidence

3.1-796.89. (Effective until July 1, 2007) Effect of dog or cat not wearingcollar as evidence.

Any dog or cat not wearing a collar bearing a license tag of the propercalendar year shall prima facie be deemed to be unlicensed, and in anyproceedings under this chapter the burden of proof of the fact that such dogor cat has been licensed, or is otherwise not required to bear a tag at thetime, shall be on the owner of the dog or cat.

(1984, c. 492, 29-213.59; 1987, c. 488; 1993, c. 817.)

3.1-796.89. (Effective July 1, 2007) Effect of dog or cat not wearingcollar as evidence.

Any dog or cat not wearing a collar bearing a valid license tag shall primafacie be deemed to be unlicensed, and in any proceedings under this chapterthe burden of proof of the fact that such dog or cat has been licensed, or isotherwise not required to bear a tag at the time, shall be on the owner ofthe dog or cat.

(1984, c. 492, 29-213.59; 1987, c. 488; 1993, c. 817; 2006, c. 836.)

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