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12. In paragraph 1—
(a)renumber the existing provision as sub-paragraph (1),
(b)for “Section 2(1)” substitute “Subject to sub-paragraph (2), section 2(1)”, and
(c)after that sub-paragraph add—
“(2) Nothing in sub-paragraph (1)(f) or (j) affects a person’s entitlement by virtue of section 2(1) to be on any land which is coastal margin if the person’s conduct (to the extent that it falls within sub-paragraph (1)(f) or (j)) is limited to permitted fishing-related conduct.
(3) In sub-paragraph (2) the reference to permitted fishing-related conduct is a reference to the person—
(a)having a fishing rod or line, or
(b)engaging in any activities which—
(i)are connected with, or ancillary to, fishing with a rod and line, or with a line only, in the exercise of a right to fish, and
(ii)take place on land other than land used for grazing or other agricultural purposes.”.
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