All offences under the Conservation of Seals Act 19701 are punishable on summary conviction with a fine2. Any person who attempts to commit an offence is guilty of an offence3.
Where any offence is committed at some place on the sea coast or at sea outside the area of any local justice area4, the place of the commission of the offence is deemed for the purposes of the jurisdiction of any court to be any place where the offender is found or to which he is first brought after the commission of the offence5.
The court by which a person is
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