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River Humber (Upper Pyewipe Outfall) Act 1992

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6Power to dredge

(1)The Company may (subject to the consent required by section 21 (Crown rights) of this Act) from time to time deepen, dredge, scour, cleanse, alter and improve the bed and foreshore of the river in the vicinity of the works, and blast any rock therein, for the purpose of constructing and maintaining the works.

(2)(a)Any materials taken up or collected in the course of such operation shall (subject to the consent required by section 21 (Crown rights) of this Act) be the property of the Company and may be used, sold, removed, deposited or otherwise disposed of as it may think fit.

(b)No such materials shall be deposited below the level of high water, except in such places and in accordance with such conditions and restrictions as may be approved or prescribed by the Secretary of State.

(3)(a)The Company shall not exercise the powers of this section except with the consent of A.B. Ports (whose consent shall not be unreasonably withheld) and in accordance with such reasonable conditions and restrictions as may be approved or prescribed by A.B. Ports.

(b)Any question whether consent has been unreasonably withheld or conditions or restrictions have been unreasonably imposed shall be referred to and settled by arbitration.

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