Contravention of byelawsE+W
8(1)Byelaws made under section 10(3) of this Act may include provisions making it an offence, in such cases as may be prescribed, to contravene them.E+W
(2)Where such byelaws create an offence, they shall provide for any person guilty of the offence to be liable on summary conviction to such fine (not exceeding level four on the standard scale) as may be prescribed.
(3)In this paragraph “prescribed” means prescribed by the byelaws.
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