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Fisheries Act (Northern Ireland) 1966

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N.I.Financial provisions

23Expenses.N.I.

(1)Subject to the succeeding provisions of this Part and without prejudice to section 29(1), there shall be defrayed out of moneys provided by Parliament—

(a)any expenditure incurred by the Ministry under this Act, including, in particular,—

(i)any sums expended in acquiring fishing rights under section 2 or in developing or improving any waters for angling or any land under that section or section 3;

(ii)any sums paid under section 4 to a person claiming fishing rights in waters developed or improved by the Ministry under section 3;

(iii)any grants paid, or the cost of any works executed or things done, under section 5 in pursuance of a programme of angling development approved by the Ministry under section 6;

(iv)any expenditure incurred in publishing an angling guide under section 7;

(v)any expenditure incurred in relation to the stocking of any waters under section 8;

(vi)subject to subsection (2), the cost of executing any works or doing any thing which the Ministry is by this Act authorised to execute or do at the expense of any other person;

(vii)any expenses incurred in relation to a fish farm established under section 10; and

(viii)any sums expended for the purposes of research or investigations carried out by the Ministry under section 12 or of any grants or other assistance provided for other persons under that section; and

(b)any increase attributable to any provision of this Act in the sums which are authorised or required to be so defrayed under any other enactment.

(2)The payment under subsection (1) of the amount of any expenses incurred by the Ministry in executing any works or doing any thing that may be so executed or done under this Act at the expense of any other person shall be subject to the reimbursement of the Ministry in the like amount by the person at whose expense the works are executed or the thing is done.

(3)There shall be paid into the Exchequer any sums received by the Ministry under subsection (2) in reimbursement of any payment such as is described in that subsection.

24Appropriations in aid.N.I.

There shall be appropriated in aid of moneys provided by Parliament for defraying the expenses incurred by the Ministry under this Act any sums received by the Ministry under this Act (other than sums to which sections 23(3) and 29(2) apply), including, in particular,—

(a)any sum paid to the Ministry by a district councilF1 under section 37(1)( a) or ( b)(i) of the Local Government (Ireland) Act 1898 [1898 c.37] , by way of contribution towards the amount of any such expenses;

(b)any sum paid to the Ministry by any person in respect of a permit issued to him by the Ministry authorising him to fish in any waters the fishing rights in respect of which are owned by the Ministry;

(c)any sum recovered by the Ministry under section 6(4) in consequence of the revocation by the Ministry of its approval of a programme of development under that section;

(d)any sum received by the Ministry in respect of the sale of fish from a fish farm operated by the Ministry under section 10; and

F2(e)any other sum paid to the Ministry by a person interested in the development of a fishery to defray any expenses incurred under this Act in relation to that fishery.

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