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If either within or without [F1British fishery limits], any person belonging to a British sea fishing boat acts in contravention of Article Four of the Scheduled Declaration, he shall be liable to the like penalty as for a contravention of Articles thirteen to twenty-two of the First Schedule to the M1Sea Fisheries Act 1883.
Provided that if the Scheduled Declaration ceases to be binding on Her Majesty, this section shall cease to apply in the case of injuries to the gear or boat of a fisherman being a subject of the foreign State party to the Declaration, but shall nevertheless continue to apply as between British subjects.
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