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Animal Attacks

A person injured by an animal such as a dog bite may bring a claim in negligence against the owner for failing to properly restrain or control that animal.

The Companion Animals Legislation enables a victim of a dog attack to claim compensation from the owner without proving fault except where the attack occurred on premises where the dog is usually kept.

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