A person commits an offence if he hunts a wild mammal1 with a dog2, unless his hunting is exempt3. Hunting is exempt if it is within a specified class4. The appropriate authority5 may by order vary a class of exempt hunting6. A person commits an offence if he knowingly permits land which belongs to him7 to be entered or used in the course of the commission of an offence of hunting a wild mammal with a dog8. A person commits an offence if he knowingly permits a dog which belongs to him9 to be used in the course of
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