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This Order revokes and re-enacts with modifications the provisions of the Fishing Boats (Republic of Ireland) Designation Order 1964. The Republic of Ireland is designated as a country whose registered fishing boats are accorded fishing rights within areas of the outer belt of the fishery limits of the British Islands. The areas and the descriptions of fish which may be fished for are specified.
The Order also provides that fishing boats registered in the Republic of Ireland may fish for a transitional period within part of the exclusive fishery limits of the British Islands.
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