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This Act allows the Minister to serve notice on the owner or occupier of any such land to erect fences in accordance with the terms and specifications prescribed in the said notice. The Minister may serve also serve notices requiring maintenance of fences and gates in a good and sufficient state of repair. Any person who fails to comply with the terms of or prevents or obstructs the execution of the terms of any notice issued and duly served under this Act shall be guilty of an offence. In the event of failure to comply with any of the terms of any notice issued and duly served under this Act, the Minister may take or cause to be taken such steps as may be required to ensure the execution of any work required by such notice.

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