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Digging, taking, carrying away or aiding or assisting in digging, taking or carrying away any sand, stone, shingle or gravel from any beach or seashore in Grenada without the permission of the Permament Secretary of the Ministry of Communication and Works is declared to be an offence (sect. 3). The Minister may, by Order, declare that this Law does not apply to a specified beach (sect. 4). If a vehicle is used in acts under section 3 the driver of the vehicle shall be guilty of an offence (sect. 5). Persons acting in contravention of this Law may be arrested without a warrant (sect. 6). Supplying information which leads to conviction of the offender may be rewarded by court (sect. 8). (8 sections)

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