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The Poole Harbour Fishery Order 2015

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5.—(1) The following provisions of this article apply in relation to any lease granted or to be granted with respect to any part of the fishery area.

(2) The Authority must, in consultation with the local harbour authority, mark, or require all layings in the fishery area to be marked, in such manner as the Secretary of State may from time to time approve.

(3) The marks defining the limits of each laying to which paragraph (2) applies must be maintained in position and in good repair by the Authority or, if so stipulated in the lease, by the lessee.

(4) A lease has effect as if the right which it confers on the lessee were conferred by an order under section 1 of the Sea Fisheries (Shellfish) Act 1967, and as if any terms and conditions contained in the lease were contained in such an order.

(5) A lease must provide that it may be terminated by the Authority in the event that the lessee is in breach of any provisions of this article, or of any provision of the lease, and the Authority must take all reasonable steps to monitor compliance with such provisions.

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