369. Excepted land.

The general immunity under the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949 from being treated as a trespasser or incurring penalties which is enjoyed by a person entering or being on land1 comprised in an access agreement or order2 does not apply in the case of land which is excepted land3. For this purpose, 'excepted land' means land which is for the time being of any of the following descriptions:

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    (1)     agricultural land other than land which is agricultural land by reason only that it affords rough grazing for livestock4;

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    (2)     land declared5 to be managed as a nat

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