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3.—(1) The Schedule sets out the fees payable for determining an application for a marine licence.
(2) All fees are payable on demand to the Secretary of State.
(3) Payment of any fee may be made by electronic means.
(4) Payment of a fee is not received until the Secretary of State has received cleared funds for the full amount due.
(5) Any unpaid fee may be recovered by the Secretary of State as a civil debt.
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