Diseases of Animals Act, 1966

Power to exclude strangers.

16.—A person owning or having charge of animals, poultry or eggs in an infected place or area may affix, at or near the entrance to a building, enclosure or farm in which the animals, or poultry or eggs are, a notice forbidding persons to enter thereon without the permission mentioned in the notice, and thereupon it shall not be lawful for any person, not having by law a right of entry or way into, on or over that building, enclosure or farm, to enter or go into, on, or over it without that permission.