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This Practice Note provides a snapshot of some of the key provisions in the Fisheries Act 2020 (FiA 2020), which has been described as the UK’s first domestic fisheries legislation in 40 years.
The FiA 2020 sets out provisions in relation to fisheries, fishing, aquaculture and marine conservation, establishing a new legal framework for the regulation of fisheries in the UK and empowering the government to make detailed secondary legislation for the same purpose.
Further, on the implementation period completion date, the EU provisions of the FiA 2020 came into force, bringing an end to the UK’s membership of the Common Fisheries Policy and the automatic rights for EU vessels to fish in UK waters. Therefore, since 31 December 2020, the government has the power to exercise complete control over who is permitted to fish in UK waters.
The legislation is aimed at ensuring that fisheries are managed so as to achieve or contribute to the achievement of the following eight objectives:
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