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The Tweed Regulation Order 2007

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14.—(1) Articles 15 to 19 shall apply to dams in and off-takes from inland waters which ordinarily contain upstream migrating salmon.

(2) But those articles shall not apply to any dam or off-take–

(a)the construction, extension or operation of which has been authorised, approved or consented to by the Secretary of State (or by any other Minister of the Crown) under the Electricity (Scotland) Act 1979(1), or any enactment repealed by that Act, or under the Electricity Act 1989; or

(b)used for the abstraction of water for the purposes of providing a water supply in accordance with the approval of the Secretary of State or the Scottish Ministers granted in the exercise of any power requiring either of them to secure so far as practicable the rights of riparian owners and of other owners of land or salmon fishings.

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1979 c. 11; repealed by the Electricity Act 1989 (c. 29), with savings.

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