An access authority1 may, as respects access land2 in its area, make byelaws3:
(1) for the preservation of order4;
(2) for the prevention of damage to the land or anything on or in it5; and
(3) for securing that persons exercising the right to enter and remain on access land for the purposes of open-air recreation6 so behave themselves as to avoid undue interference with the enjoyment of the land by other persons7.
Such byelaws may relate to all the access land in the area of the access authority or only to particular land8. The confirming authority in relation to
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