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Illinois Statutes Chapter 720. Criminal Offenses §-9.Misrepresentation of stallion and jack pedigree

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§ 48-9.  Misrepresentation of stallion and jack pedigree.

(a) The owner or keeper of any stallion or jack kept for public service commits misrepresentation of stallion and jack pedigree when he or she misrepresents the pedigree or breeding of the stallion or jack, or represents that the animal, so kept for public service, is registered, when in fact it is not registered in a published volume of a society for the registry of standard and purebred animals, or who shall post or publish, or cause to be posted or published, any false pedigree or breeding of this animal.

(b) Sentence.  Misrepresentation of stallion and jack pedigree is a petty offense, and for a second or subsequent offense is a Class B misdemeanor.

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