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The Marine Licensing (Exempted Activities) Order 2011

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 Introductory provisions

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Application

    3. 3.Interpretation

  3. PART 2 Exempt activities – general provisions

    1. 4.Exemption from need for marine licence

    2. 5.Activities relating to disposal or recovery of waste

  4. PART 3 Activities to which article 4 applies and conditions

    1. 6.Interpretation of this Part

    2. 7.Activities falling within Part 6 of the Merchant Shipping Act 1995

    3. 8.Safety directions under the Merchant Shipping Act 1995

    4. 9.Salvage activities

    5. 10.Fire fighting

    6. 11.Air accident investigation

    7. 12.Fishing operations

    8. 13.Shellfish propagation and cultivation

    9. 14.Discharge etc of offshore chemicals and oil

    10. 15.Deposit of marine chemical and marine oil treatment substances etc

    11. 16.Deposit of equipment to control, contain or recover oil etc

    12. 17.Scientific instruments etc

    13. 18.Deposits in the course of aggregates or mineral dredging

    14. 19.Maintenance of coast protection, drainage and flood defence works

    15. 20.Emergency works in response to flood or flood risk

    16. 21.Use of vehicles to remove litter or seaweed from beaches

    17. 22.Deposits in the course of normal navigation or maintenance

    18. 23.Maintenance of harbour works

    19. 24.Removal of obstruction or danger to navigation

    20. 25.Moorings and aids to navigation

    21. 26.Markers for European marine sites and marine conservation zones

    22. 27.Launching of vessels etc

    23. 28.Dismantling of ships

    24. 29.Scheduled works under the Crossrail Act 2008

    25. 30.Licensed deep sea mining

    26. 31.Diver trails within restricted areas

    27. 32.Coastguard activities – safety purposes and training

    28. 33.Deposit and use of flares etc – safety purposes and training

    29. 34.Cables and pipelines – authorised emergency inspection and repair

    30. 35.Bored tunnels

    31. 36.Defence activities

    32. 37.Rights of foreign vessels etc under international law

    33. 38.Activities carried on in the Scottish inshore region

  5. Signature

  6. Explanatory Note

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