[F1Offences connected with immobilisationE+W+S
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2(1)The regulations may provide that a person contravening provision made under paragraph 1(8) above is guilty of an offence.E+W+S
(2)The regulations may provide that a person who, without being authorised to do so in accordance with provision made under paragraph 1 above, removes or attempts to remove an immobilisation device fixed to a vehicle in accordance with the regulations is guilty of an offence.
(3)The regulations may provide that where they would apply in relation to a vehicle but for provision made under paragraph 1(7)(a) above and the vehicle was not, at the time it was stationary, being used—
(a)in accordance with regulations under section 21 of the Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act 1970, and
(b)in circumstances falling within section 117(1)(b) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (use where a disabled person's concession would be available),
the person in charge of the vehicle at that time is guilty of an offence.
(4)The regulations may provide that where—
(a)a person makes a declaration with a view to securing the release of a vehicle from an immobilisation device purported to have been fixed in accordance with the regulations,
(b)the declaration is that no offence under section 144A of this Act is or was being committed as regards the vehicle, and
(c)the declaration is to the person's knowledge either false or in any material respect misleading,
he is guilty of an offence.]