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The Dourine Act, 1910

9.Compensation for horse destroyed, etc.

When any horse is castrated or destroyed under section 8, the market-value of such horse immediately before it became affected with dourine shall be ascertained; and the State Government shall pay as compensation to the owner thereof-

  1. in the case of a mare which has been destroyed, or of an entire horse which has died in consequence of castration, such market-value, and,
  2. in the case of an entire horse which survives castration, half the amount by which such value has been diminished owing to infection with dourine and castration.

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