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The Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning) (West Coast) Partial Revocation (Scotland) Order 2000

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The area of sea below high water springs enclosed by a line starting at a point on the east coast of Lewis at 58°15'N 6°09'W; then east to a point at 58°15'N 6°0 0'W; then south to a point at 57° 45'N 6°00'W; then west to a point at 57°45'N 6°30'W; then south to a point on the west coast of Skye at 57°31.5'N 6°30'W; then north and west along the west shore of Skye to a point at 58°30'N 6°45'W; then west to a point at 57°30'N 7°00'W; then north to a point on the south coast of South Harris at 57°45'N 7°00'W; then north along the east coasts of South Harris, North Harris and Lewis back to the start point.

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