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Tokelau. 2003 ‘Use of Explosives.’ Crimes, Procedure and Evidence Rules 2003; Section 53. Tokelau: General Fono. 1 January

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Use of Explosives

Section 53

A person who --
(i) discharges a firearm or explosive carelessly or in such a manner or place as to cause or be likely to cause danger to the public;
(ii) uses dynamite, gelignite or any other explosive or any deleterious liquid or substance for the purpose of killing or taking fish, commits an offence.

Schedule 2.

Penalty: For all offences not exceeding more than $150 fine or 3 months imprisonment.

ID: Q718

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