Κανονισμοί F.C.I. σε Εκθέσεις Μορφολογίας κ.τ.λ. τυγχάνουν ανάλογης εφαρμογής

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Το Δ.Σ. θα ήθελε να φέρει σε γνώση των συμμετοχόντων σε Εκθέσεις Μορφολογίας του Ομίλου ότι τυγχάνουν ανάλογης εφαρμογής τα άρθρα από τους Κανονισμούς της F.C.I. σχετικά με  Εκθέσεις Μορφολογίας,για τη συμπεριφορά κριτών και υποβολή παραπόνων για τις κρίσεις τους. 

 

Τα εν λόγω άρθρα παρατίθενται πιό κάτω αυτούσια στην αγγλική γλώσσα:

 

 

REGULATIONS FOR FCI DOG SHOWS

 

4 SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS / ADMISSION OF DOGS The dogs’ welfare and health  must be of UTMOST PRIORITY at all dog shows. The organisers are requested to add the following message in the show catalogue, giving it 

sufficient visibility: The exhibitors are responsible for the welfare of the dogs at a FCI international dog show. It is forbidden to expose a dog to a situation that can be dangerous for its health and welfare, 

such as for example leaving it in the car in excessively hot or cold weather and/or treating it in a cruel manner. Violation of this ruling will result in exclusion from the ongoing and future dog shows.

 

 

11.RESTRICTIONS FOR JUDGES AT SHOWS

 

A judge can neither enter nor handle a dog at a show where he is officiating as a judge - A partner, any member of his immediate family or person living with the judge in his household can enter and handle any dog of any breed that this judge is not judging on that day of the show. - The dogs that a judge handles at a CACIB show where he is not acting as a judge must be either bred, owned or co-owned by him, by a partner, by a member of his immediate family or any person living with him in his household. - A judge cannot judge any dog that he, a partner, a member of his immediate family or any person living with him in his household has either owned, co-owned, conditioned, kept at home or sold in the six months preceding the show where he is officiating. - A judge is not allowed to travel to shows where he is judging with exhibitors who are showing under him at those events. - Under no circumstances should a judge socialise or stay with the exhibitors who will be showing under him. He can do so only AFTER his judging appointment is completed. 

12 COMPLAINTS Any decision made by a judge regarding the qualifications, awards and placing is final and indisputable. However, complaints about the organization of the show and about the procedure followed to give the qualifications, awards and placements are admissible and have to be made immediately in writing to the organiser of the show, followed by the immediate deposit of twice the entry fee, as surety. They must be recorded by the show secretariat. If the complaint is found to be unjustified, the surety will be kept by the organiser. If the complaint is found to be justified, the money will be refunded to the complainant. Regulations for FCI Dog Shows and Complementary rules for World and Sections Shows Page 16 13 PENALTIES Infringements against these regulations can be punished with disciplinary measures. The FCI can prevent the organiser concerned from awarding the CACIB at its international events for one or more years. Such a decision is taken by the FCI General Committee after an oral or written hearing of the organiser concerned has been conducted. Any appeal against the penalty imposed by the FCI General Committee shall be decided upon by the General Assembly of the FCI as a final instance

 

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