This legislation has been repealed.
(1) A boat that
beached at a place upon a reserve other than a place set apart by the Board
for that purpose;
drifting unattended, or sunk; or
the opinion of the Board or an authorised person, abandoned,
may be removed by an
authorised person to a place whether on or off the reserve appointed by the
Board for that purpose or, if no such place has been appointed, to a place on
or off the reserve determined by an authorised person.
(2) A person removing
a boat under the authority of this by-law is entitled to take such action as
may reasonably be necessary for the purpose of effecting the removal.
(3) The owner of a
boat removed by the Board under this law shall pay any costs incurred by the
Board in removing it and neither the Board nor any authorised person shall be
liable to the owner of the boat for any loss or damage arising out of or in
consequence of the boat being so removed.
(4) The Board may
retain possession of the boat removed under this by-law until any amount
payable under sub-bylaw (3) is paid.