Veterinary Practice Act 2005
Where practice of veterinary medicine may occur.
106.—(1) A registered person shall not practise veterinary medicine otherwise than at—
( a) a premises to which a certificate of suitability applies,
( b) a State premises,
( c) a premises, including a farm, that is under the control of the person who owns the animal or who for the time being has custody of the animal that is under the care of a registered practitioner, which registered practitioner usually practises veterinary medicine at a premises to which a certificate of suitability applies,
( d) an exempted place,
( e) a place where an emergency veterinary procedure is performed,
(2) It is an offence for a registered person to contravene subsection (1).
(3) Subsection (1) shall not come into operation until such time as the Council shall make regulations under section 108 .