The ownership of anything placed in or affixed to land in pursuance of an order relating to obstruction warnings1 does not pass to the owner of the land by reason only that the thing is so placed or affixed2, and so long as the order is in force in respect of the aerodrome it is an offence wilfully to interfere, without the consent of the proprietor of the aerodrome
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