British Waterways Act 1995

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Part I Preliminary

1.Short and collective titles

Part II Entry on land

3.Interpretation of Part II
4.Entry on to land in cases of emergency
5.Notice of entry, etc
6.Power to enter land and carry out relevant operations pursuant to notice of entry
7.Saving in cases of emergency
8.Further provisions as to entry
9.Payment for entry
11.Disputes as to payments, etc
12.Offences under Part II
13.For protection of relevant undertakers
14.For protection of Port of London Authority
15.Saving for Thames Conservancy Act 1932

Part III Regulation and management of inland waterways

16.General terms of houseboat certificates
17.Conditions as to certificates and licences
18.Obstruction by vessels
19.Removal of vessels to permit works, etc
20.Provisions as to private moorings
21.Control of moorings, etc

Part IV Miscellaneous and general

22.General environmental and recreational duties
23.Amendment of section 49 of Transport Act 1968.
24.As to power to establish undertakings on request
25.Power to appropriate parts of docks
26.Weston Point Docks
27.Provisions as to sections 25 and 26
28.Limehouse Basin
29.Repeal of section 147 of Severn Navigation Act 1842
30.River Weaver to be river waterway
33.As to certain legal proceedings
34.Crown rights
35.Saving for Trinity House
37.Application to Scotland


Schedule 1
—General terms of houseboat certificates—

Part I Introductory.
Part II Terms applicable to sites controlled by Board.
Part III Terms applicable to all certificates.

Schedule 2

Part I Insurance policies as to vessels.
Part II Standards for construction and equipment of vessels.

Schedule 3