6 Restrictions on power to make byelaws.E+W
Nothing in this Act shall authorise a local fisheries committee to make any byelaw which—
(a)prejudicially affects any right of several fishery, or any right on, to or over any portion of the sea shore, where any such right is enjoyed by any person under any local or special Act of Parliament, or any Royal charter, letters patent, prescription, or immemorial usage, except with the consent of that person, or
(b)affects any byelaw made by a [F1water authority] and for the time being in force within the district of the committee or restricts the power of such an authority to make any byelaw having effect within that district, or
(c)affects any power of a local authority to discharge sewage in pursuance of any power conferred by a general or local Act of Parliament or by a provisional order confirmed by Parliament.
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