15 The Lord Chancellor—
(a) may pay sums by way of remuneration, allowances and expenses to a person
appointed under any of paragraphs 1 to 5,
(b) may pay sums by way of or in respect of a pension to a person appointed
under any of paragraphs 1 to 5,
(c) may make staff and other facilities available to the Tribunal, and
(d) may pay sums by way of allowances and expenses to an expert witness
called under paragraph 12.
Game Act 1831 (c. 32)
1 In section 35 of the Game Act 1831 (provision about trespassers: exceptions)
the following words shall cease to have effect: “to any person hunting or
coursing upon any lands with hounds or greyhounds, and being in fresh
pursuit of any deer, hare or fox already started upon any other land, nor”.
Game Licences Act 1860 (c. 90)
2 In section 5 of the Game Licences Act 1860 (exceptions) exceptions 3 and 4
(hares and deer) shall cease to have effect.
Protection of Animals Act 1911 (c. 27)
3 In section 1(3)(b) of the Protection of Animals Act 1911 (offence of cruelty:
exceptions) a reference to coursing or hunting shall not include a reference
(a) participation in a hare coursing event (within the meaning of section
7 of this Act), or
(b) the coursing or hunting of a wild mammal with a dog (within the
meaning of this Act).
Protection of Badgers Act 1992 (c. 51)
4 Section 8(4) to (9) of the Protection of Badgers Act 1992 (exception for
hunting) shall cease to have effect.
Wild Mammals (Protection) Act 1996 (c. 3)
5 For the purposes of section 2 of the Wild Mammals (Protection) Act 1996
(offences: exceptions) the hunting of a wild mammal with a dog (within the
meaning of this Act) shall be treated as lawful if and only if it is registered or
exempt hunting within the meaning of this Act.