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169.29

169.29 Validation licenses.

169.29(1)

(1) Eligibility.

169.29(1)(a)

(a) Initial validation license. A person to whom all of the following conditions apply is eligible for an initial validation license:

169.29(1)(a)1.

1. The person has a license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002.

169.29(1)(a)2.

2. The licenses available under ss. 169.15 to 169.27 do not permit the continuation of an activity that was allowed under the license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002, at the location where the activity is being conducted on April 18, 2002.

169.29(1)(a)3.

3. The person obtains a license under this chapter for any activity that was allowed under the license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002, and for which a license under ss. 169.15 to 169.27 is available.

169.29(1)(b)

(b) Subsequent validation license. A person who meets all of the following conditions is eligible for a subsequent validation license:

169.29(1)(b)1.

1. The person had a license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002.

169.29(1)(b)2.

2. The person obtained a license under ss. 169.15 to 169.27 for an activity that was allowed under the license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002.

169.29(1)(b)3.

3. Rules applicable to licenses available under ss. 169.15 to 169.27 are promulgated so as not to permit the continuation of an activity that was allowed under the license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002, at the location where the activity was conducted on April 18, 2002.

169.29(2)

(2) Application.

169.29(2)(a)

(a) Initial validation license. An eligible person may apply for an initial validation license no later than December 31, 2003.

169.29(2)(b)

(b) Subsequent validation license. An eligible person may apply for a subsequent license no later than 6 months after the promulgation of rules described under sub. (1) (b) 3.

169.29(3)

(3) Issuance. The department shall issue a single validation license to any eligible person who files a proper application for the license. The validation license shall apply to all activities described under sub. (4) (a). The department shall specify on the validation license the activities that are permitted under the license. The department shall combine a subsequent validation license with an initial validation license that has been previously issued to the same person.

169.29(4)

(4) Authorization; limitations.

169.29(4)(a)

(a) Except as provided in pars. (c) to (e) and sub. (5), a validation license authorizes the continuation of all activities that the holder of the validation license is authorized to conduct on April 18, 2002, under a license or permit issued under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., if the holder is actually engaged in those activities on April 18, 2002.

169.29(4)(b)

(b) The authorization under par. (a) applies even though the activity is prohibited or limited under this chapter or under the rules promulgated under this chapter.

169.29(4)(c)

(c) A validation license does not authorize the rehabilitation of wild animals.

169.29(4)(d)

(d) A validation license does not authorize the hunting of pheasants in excess of the number of pheasants stocked.

169.29(4)(e)

(e) Unless the holder of a validation license also holds a Class A bird hunting preserve license, a validation license does not authorize the hunting or taking of hen pheasants beginning on December 15 of each year and ending on the following March 31 within the boundaries of a pheasant and quail farm licensed under s. 29.865, 1999 stats., that is located totally or partially within a pheasant management zone that is established by the department for purposes of s. 29.191.

169.29(5)

(5) Conditions.

169.29(5)(a)

(a) The department shall impose all of the conditions, restrictions and regulations on the validation license that were applicable to the same activity under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., and under any rules promulgated under those sections that were in effect on April 18, 2002.

169.29(5)(b)

(b) A validation license is subject to ss. 169.06 (3m), 169.09, 169.11, 169.30, 169.33, 169.34, 169.35, 169.36, 169.37, 169.39, 169.40, 169.42, 169.43, 169.45, and 169.46 and to any applicable provisions under chs. 93 and 95.

169.29(6)

(6) Renewal; transferability.

169.29(6)(a)

(a) The department shall renew or transfer a validation license upon the same conditions as the original validation license.

169.29(6)(b)

(b) The department shall transfer a validation license, or any portion of a validation license, to any person who does all of the following:

169.29(6)(b)1.

1. Acquires the land that is subject to the validation license.

169.29(6)(b)2.

2. Meets the requirements of this section.

169.29(6)(b)3.

3. Applies to the department for transfer of the validation license, or any portion of the validation license, within 3 months after acquiring the land.

169.29(6)(c)

(c) If the holder of a validation license fails to renew the license within 45 days after the license's expiration date, the license expires and may never be renewed.

169.29(6)(d)

(d) If the land subject to a validation license is transferred and the validation license is not transferred as provided in par. (b), the license expires and may never be renewed.

169.29 - ANNOT.

History: 2001 a. 56.

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Statutes > Wisconsin > 169 > 169.29

169.29

169.29 Validation licenses.

169.29(1)

(1) Eligibility.

169.29(1)(a)

(a) Initial validation license. A person to whom all of the following conditions apply is eligible for an initial validation license:

169.29(1)(a)1.

1. The person has a license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002.

169.29(1)(a)2.

2. The licenses available under ss. 169.15 to 169.27 do not permit the continuation of an activity that was allowed under the license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002, at the location where the activity is being conducted on April 18, 2002.

169.29(1)(a)3.

3. The person obtains a license under this chapter for any activity that was allowed under the license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002, and for which a license under ss. 169.15 to 169.27 is available.

169.29(1)(b)

(b) Subsequent validation license. A person who meets all of the following conditions is eligible for a subsequent validation license:

169.29(1)(b)1.

1. The person had a license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002.

169.29(1)(b)2.

2. The person obtained a license under ss. 169.15 to 169.27 for an activity that was allowed under the license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002.

169.29(1)(b)3.

3. Rules applicable to licenses available under ss. 169.15 to 169.27 are promulgated so as not to permit the continuation of an activity that was allowed under the license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002, at the location where the activity was conducted on April 18, 2002.

169.29(2)

(2) Application.

169.29(2)(a)

(a) Initial validation license. An eligible person may apply for an initial validation license no later than December 31, 2003.

169.29(2)(b)

(b) Subsequent validation license. An eligible person may apply for a subsequent license no later than 6 months after the promulgation of rules described under sub. (1) (b) 3.

169.29(3)

(3) Issuance. The department shall issue a single validation license to any eligible person who files a proper application for the license. The validation license shall apply to all activities described under sub. (4) (a). The department shall specify on the validation license the activities that are permitted under the license. The department shall combine a subsequent validation license with an initial validation license that has been previously issued to the same person.

169.29(4)

(4) Authorization; limitations.

169.29(4)(a)

(a) Except as provided in pars. (c) to (e) and sub. (5), a validation license authorizes the continuation of all activities that the holder of the validation license is authorized to conduct on April 18, 2002, under a license or permit issued under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., if the holder is actually engaged in those activities on April 18, 2002.

169.29(4)(b)

(b) The authorization under par. (a) applies even though the activity is prohibited or limited under this chapter or under the rules promulgated under this chapter.

169.29(4)(c)

(c) A validation license does not authorize the rehabilitation of wild animals.

169.29(4)(d)

(d) A validation license does not authorize the hunting of pheasants in excess of the number of pheasants stocked.

169.29(4)(e)

(e) Unless the holder of a validation license also holds a Class A bird hunting preserve license, a validation license does not authorize the hunting or taking of hen pheasants beginning on December 15 of each year and ending on the following March 31 within the boundaries of a pheasant and quail farm licensed under s. 29.865, 1999 stats., that is located totally or partially within a pheasant management zone that is established by the department for purposes of s. 29.191.

169.29(5)

(5) Conditions.

169.29(5)(a)

(a) The department shall impose all of the conditions, restrictions and regulations on the validation license that were applicable to the same activity under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., and under any rules promulgated under those sections that were in effect on April 18, 2002.

169.29(5)(b)

(b) A validation license is subject to ss. 169.06 (3m), 169.09, 169.11, 169.30, 169.33, 169.34, 169.35, 169.36, 169.37, 169.39, 169.40, 169.42, 169.43, 169.45, and 169.46 and to any applicable provisions under chs. 93 and 95.

169.29(6)

(6) Renewal; transferability.

169.29(6)(a)

(a) The department shall renew or transfer a validation license upon the same conditions as the original validation license.

169.29(6)(b)

(b) The department shall transfer a validation license, or any portion of a validation license, to any person who does all of the following:

169.29(6)(b)1.

1. Acquires the land that is subject to the validation license.

169.29(6)(b)2.

2. Meets the requirements of this section.

169.29(6)(b)3.

3. Applies to the department for transfer of the validation license, or any portion of the validation license, within 3 months after acquiring the land.

169.29(6)(c)

(c) If the holder of a validation license fails to renew the license within 45 days after the license's expiration date, the license expires and may never be renewed.

169.29(6)(d)

(d) If the land subject to a validation license is transferred and the validation license is not transferred as provided in par. (b), the license expires and may never be renewed.

169.29 - ANNOT.

History: 2001 a. 56.

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169.29

169.29 Validation licenses.

169.29(1)

(1) Eligibility.

169.29(1)(a)

(a) Initial validation license. A person to whom all of the following conditions apply is eligible for an initial validation license:

169.29(1)(a)1.

1. The person has a license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002.

169.29(1)(a)2.

2. The licenses available under ss. 169.15 to 169.27 do not permit the continuation of an activity that was allowed under the license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002, at the location where the activity is being conducted on April 18, 2002.

169.29(1)(a)3.

3. The person obtains a license under this chapter for any activity that was allowed under the license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002, and for which a license under ss. 169.15 to 169.27 is available.

169.29(1)(b)

(b) Subsequent validation license. A person who meets all of the following conditions is eligible for a subsequent validation license:

169.29(1)(b)1.

1. The person had a license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002.

169.29(1)(b)2.

2. The person obtained a license under ss. 169.15 to 169.27 for an activity that was allowed under the license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002.

169.29(1)(b)3.

3. Rules applicable to licenses available under ss. 169.15 to 169.27 are promulgated so as not to permit the continuation of an activity that was allowed under the license or permit under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., on April 18, 2002, at the location where the activity was conducted on April 18, 2002.

169.29(2)

(2) Application.

169.29(2)(a)

(a) Initial validation license. An eligible person may apply for an initial validation license no later than December 31, 2003.

169.29(2)(b)

(b) Subsequent validation license. An eligible person may apply for a subsequent license no later than 6 months after the promulgation of rules described under sub. (1) (b) 3.

169.29(3)

(3) Issuance. The department shall issue a single validation license to any eligible person who files a proper application for the license. The validation license shall apply to all activities described under sub. (4) (a). The department shall specify on the validation license the activities that are permitted under the license. The department shall combine a subsequent validation license with an initial validation license that has been previously issued to the same person.

169.29(4)

(4) Authorization; limitations.

169.29(4)(a)

(a) Except as provided in pars. (c) to (e) and sub. (5), a validation license authorizes the continuation of all activities that the holder of the validation license is authorized to conduct on April 18, 2002, under a license or permit issued under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., if the holder is actually engaged in those activities on April 18, 2002.

169.29(4)(b)

(b) The authorization under par. (a) applies even though the activity is prohibited or limited under this chapter or under the rules promulgated under this chapter.

169.29(4)(c)

(c) A validation license does not authorize the rehabilitation of wild animals.

169.29(4)(d)

(d) A validation license does not authorize the hunting of pheasants in excess of the number of pheasants stocked.

169.29(4)(e)

(e) Unless the holder of a validation license also holds a Class A bird hunting preserve license, a validation license does not authorize the hunting or taking of hen pheasants beginning on December 15 of each year and ending on the following March 31 within the boundaries of a pheasant and quail farm licensed under s. 29.865, 1999 stats., that is located totally or partially within a pheasant management zone that is established by the department for purposes of s. 29.191.

169.29(5)

(5) Conditions.

169.29(5)(a)

(a) The department shall impose all of the conditions, restrictions and regulations on the validation license that were applicable to the same activity under s. 29.863, 1999 stats., s. 29.865, 1999 stats., s. 29.867, 1999 stats., s. 29.869, 1999 stats., or s. 29.877, 1999 stats., and under any rules promulgated under those sections that were in effect on April 18, 2002.

169.29(5)(b)

(b) A validation license is subject to ss. 169.06 (3m), 169.09, 169.11, 169.30, 169.33, 169.34, 169.35, 169.36, 169.37, 169.39, 169.40, 169.42, 169.43, 169.45, and 169.46 and to any applicable provisions under chs. 93 and 95.

169.29(6)

(6) Renewal; transferability.

169.29(6)(a)

(a) The department shall renew or transfer a validation license upon the same conditions as the original validation license.

169.29(6)(b)

(b) The department shall transfer a validation license, or any portion of a validation license, to any person who does all of the following:

169.29(6)(b)1.

1. Acquires the land that is subject to the validation license.

169.29(6)(b)2.

2. Meets the requirements of this section.

169.29(6)(b)3.

3. Applies to the department for transfer of the validation license, or any portion of the validation license, within 3 months after acquiring the land.

169.29(6)(c)

(c) If the holder of a validation license fails to renew the license within 45 days after the license's expiration date, the license expires and may never be renewed.

169.29(6)(d)

(d) If the land subject to a validation license is transferred and the validation license is not transferred as provided in par. (b), the license expires and may never be renewed.

169.29 - ANNOT.

History: 2001 a. 56.

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