982. Byelaws for purposes of National Trust property.

The National Trust1 may make byelaws for the regulation and protection of, and for the prevention and suppression of nuisances and the preservation of order upon, and regulation of the conduct and securing the safety of any person2 resorting to, any land or property held by it for the benefit of the nation3. In particular, and without prejudice to the generality of those purposes, the trust may make byelaws for certain specified purposes4. As regards buildings open to the public, whether on payment5 or not, or whether generally or at specified times or for specified periods only, the trust