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Rule Change - Associate Register (Rule 35b)

6 June 2012

Please note the following change to Rule 35b regarding the Associate Register, which is effective immediately. Note that the change is underlined and in italics:

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35.b. A person shall be entitled to register in the Associate Register any dog not otherwise eligible for registration in the General or Limited Registers e.g. unregistered purebred or mixed breed, subject to the following provisions:

1. The applicants are financial members of the CCC(Q).
2. Up to two (2) dogs may be registered to a membership with the initial registration, with any subsequent registrations to the membership, to be dogs eligible for registration on the General or Limited Registers.
3. All applications for registration are to be accompanied by a certificate of de–sexing from a veterinarian.

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35.b. A person shall be entitled to register in the Associate Register any dog not otherwise eligible for registration in the General or Limited Registers e.g. unregistered purebred or mixed breed, subject to the following provisions:

1. The applicants are financial members of the CCC(Q).
2. Up to two (2) dogs may be registered to a membership with the initial registration, with any subsequent registrations to the membership, to be dogs eligible for registration on the General or Limited Registers. Members who subsequently wish to register extra dogs that have been acquired under special circumstances or from a registered welfare organisation may apply for dispensation to do so.
3. All applications for registration are to be accompanied by a certificate of de–sexing from a veterinarian.




 


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