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Document 32019R2035R(03)

Corrigendum to Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/2035 of 28 June 2019 supplementing Regulation (EU) 2016/429 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards rules for establishments keeping terrestrial animals and hatcheries, and the traceability of certain kept terrestrial animals and hatching eggs (Official Journal of the European Union L 314 of 5 December 2019)

C/2020/3735

OJ L 191, 16.6.2020, p. 3–4 (BG, ES, CS, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, IT, LV, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)
OJ L 191, 16.6.2020, p. 3–3 (HR, LT)
OJ L 191, 16.6.2020, p. 3–8 (DA)

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg_del/2019/2035/corrigendum/2020-06-16/oj

16.6.2020   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 191/3


Corrigendum to Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/2035 of 28 June 2019 supplementing Regulation (EU) 2016/429 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards rules for establishments keeping terrestrial animals and hatcheries, and the traceability of certain kept terrestrial animals and hatching eggs

( Official Journal of the European Union L 314 of 5 December 2019 )

1.

On page 116, in the first sentence of recital 4:

for:

‘While the supplementing rules laid down in this Regulation should be applied to all kept terrestrial animals, there are certain horse populations kept under wild or semi-wild conditions in defined areas in the Union that do not entirely depend on human control for their survival and reproduction, and therefore the traceability requirements laid down in this Regulation cannot be fully applied to those animals.’,

read:

‘While the supplementing rules laid down in this Regulation should be applied to all kept terrestrial animals, there are certain horse populations kept under semi-wild conditions in defined areas in the Union that do not entirely depend on human control for their survival and reproduction, and therefore the traceability requirements laid down in this Regulation cannot be fully applied to those animals.’.

2.

On page 125, in point (35) of Article 2:

for:

‘(35)

“animal act” any act featuring animals kept for the purpose of an exhibition or fair, and which may form part of a circus;’,

read:

‘(35)

“animal act” means any act featuring animals kept for the purpose of an exhibition or fair, and which may form part of a circus;’.

3.

On page 125, in point (37) of Article 2:

for:

‘(37)

“flock” means all poultry or captive birds of the same health status kept on the same premises or in the same enclosure and constituting a single epidemiological unit; in housed poultry includes all birds sharing the same airspace.’,

read:

‘(37)

“flock” means all poultry or captive birds of the same health status kept on the same premises or in the same enclosure and constituting a single epidemiological unit; in housed poultry, this includes all birds sharing the same airspace.’.

4.

On page 129, in point (a) of Article 15:

for:

‘(a)

put in place the necessary arrangements to perform veterinary post-mortem inspections in appropriate facilities in the establishment or in a laboratory;’,

read:

‘(a)

put in place the necessary arrangements to perform veterinary post-mortem examinations in appropriate facilities in the establishment or in a laboratory;’.

5.

On page 130, in point (a) of Article 17:

for:

‘(a)

put in place the necessary arrangements to perform veterinary post-mortem inspections in appropriate facilities in the establishment or in a laboratory;’

read:

‘(a)

put in place the necessary arrangements to perform veterinary post-mortem examinations in appropriate facilities in the establishment or in a laboratory;’.

6.

On page 146, in the introductory phrase of Article 61(1):

for:

‘1.

By way of derogation from Article 58(2)(a), the competent authority may authorise the use of a simplified method of identification of equine animals intended to be moved to the slaughterhouse for which no single lifetime identification document was issued in accordance with Article 67(1), provided that’,

read:

‘1.

By way of derogation from Article 58(1), the competent authority may authorise the use of a simplified method of identification of equine animals intended to be moved to the slaughterhouse for which no single lifetime identification document was issued in accordance with point (a) of Article 110(1) of Regulation (EU) 2016/429, provided that:’.

7.

On page 146, in Article 61(2)

for:

‘2.

By way of derogation from Article 58(2)(a), the competent authority shall, on request by the operator of the equine animal, issue a temporary identification document for the period of time when the identification document issued in accordance with Article 67(1) is surrendered to that competent authority in order to update identification details in that document.’,

read:

‘2.

By way of derogation from Article 58(1)(b), the competent authority shall, on request by the operator of the equine animal, issue a temporary identification document for the period of time when the identification document issued in accordance with Article 110(1)(a) of Regulation (EU) 2016/429, or Article 67 or Article 68 of this Regulation is surrendered to that competent authority in order to update identification details in that document.’.

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