The occupier of land and any person having the right to the game, and the gamekeeper and servants of either, and any person authorised by either, may request a trespasser in the daytime1 in search or pursuit of game2, woodcock, snipe or rabbits to quit the land and to give his forename3 and surname and place of abode with a view to a summons being issued against him, and if he wilfully continues or returns upon the land, or refuses to tell his real name and address, or gives such a general description of his place of abode as
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