Claims for indemnity for goats, sheep, and horses destroyed because of brucellosis
will not be allowed if any of the following circumstances exist:
(a) The claimant has failed to comply with any of the requirements of this part;
(b) The claim is based on a brucellosis test, and the person who administered the test
was not properly trained, authorized, or certified at the time of the test;
(c) Testing of goats, sheep, and horses in the herd or flock for brucellosis was not
done under APHIS or State supervision, or by an accredited veterinarian;
(d) There is substantial evidence that the claim is an unlawful or improper attempt to
obtain indemnity; or
(e) If, at the time of test or condemnation, the animals belonged to or were upon the
premises of any person to whom they had been sold for slaughter, shipped for slaughter,
or delivered for slaughter.
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