112 Taking of fish, etc, by other than New Zealand ships

(1)

No person shall use any vessel that is not a New Zealand ship to take fish, aquatic life, or seaweed in New Zealand fisheries waters (other than the exclusive economic zone), except—

(a)

for fisheries research, experimental, sports, or recreational fishing purposes; and

(b)

with the prior approval of the chief executive and in accordance with any conditions the chief executive may impose.

(2)

If any vessel has any tender carried by, or attached to, or operated in conjunction with, the vessel, then, whether or not the vessel is within New Zealand fisheries waters (other than the exclusive economic zone), the vessel shall for the purposes of this section be deemed to be used in fishing at the time and place the tender is being so used, as well as at that time and place.

(3)

[Repealed]

(4)

If any vessel is used in fishing in contravention of this section, every person on the vessel commits an offence and is liable for the penalty set out in section 252(3).

Compare: 1983 No 14 s 60; 1986 No 34 s 13(1); 1990 No 29 s 30

Section 112(3): repealed (without coming into force), on 9 September 1999, by section 86 of the Fisheries Act 1996 Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 101).