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R v. Rideout, 2014 NLTD 27

In Due Diligence, Fish Cases, Offences on (Updated )

This case involved a fish harvester who was charged with violating a licence condition that prohibited him from retaining whelk that were less than 63 mm in overall length. At trial the fish harvester gave evidence that his primary method of grading the whelk for size was by using a grading table that that was an open table with a …

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