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10.—(1) A person in charge of a relevant fishing boat or a Community fishing boat is guilty of an offence if that person fails to comply with an obligation imposed by—
(a)Article 12(1) of the Cod Regulation (requirement to land more than two tonnes of cod at designated ports), or
(b)Article 9(1) of the Hake Regulation (requirement to land more than two tonnes of northern hake at designated ports).
(2) The Schedule specifies the ports, and where applicable the landing locations within them, which are designated in accordance with Article 12(2) of the Cod Regulation and Article 9(2) of the Hake Regulation.
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