WVC 19 - 9 - 31
§19-9-31. Certificate of appraisal.
When the animal is to be euthanized, the commissioner or the
commissioner's agent shall deliver to the owner a certificate of
appraisal which may cover any number of animals belonging to the
same owner, showing the age and description of each animal found to
be infected or directly exposed; the name and place of test, if
any; the mark or brand signifying an animal with tuberculosis; any
other mark or brand which the animal may bear; the date when and
the place where the animal is to be euthanized by the veterinarian;
the designation of the officer who is to supervise the euthanasia;
the appraised value of each animal; the name and address of the
owner of the animal; and the fact that the owner has executed the
agreement as provided in section twenty-eight of this article.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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