A person having the right to kill ground game under the Ground Game Acts cannot exercise that right by the use of firearms at night1 unless he is exclusively entitled, or has the written authority of the other person or one of the other persons entitled, to kill and take ground game on the land2. The occupier of moorland and uninclosed land is also further restricted to exercising his rights during certain periods3.
It can be seen that even if sporting rights are granted to others, the persons authorised by the
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