In general, a person who enters or is on land1 comprised in an access agreement or order2 for the purpose of open-air recreation3, without breaking or damaging any wall, fence, hedge or gate, or who is on such land for that purpose having so entered it, is not to be treated as a trespasser4 or to incur any other liability by reason only of entering or being on the land5. This immunity does not, however, apply to excepted land6; nor does it entitle a person to enter or be on any land, or do anything on it, in contravention
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