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United Kingdom
AVIATION AND MARITIME SECURITY ACT 1990 (C. 31)

  1. Part I Aviation Security
    1. Endangering safety at aerodromes
      1. 1.Endangering safety at aerodromes.
    2. Powers of Secretary of State and authorised persons
      1. 2.Extension of power to require promotion of searches.
      2. 3.Extension of Secretary of State’s powers under section 14 of Aviation Security Act 1982.
      3. 4.Enforcement notices in respect of directions under Part II of Aviation Security Act 1982.
    3. Offences relating to security at aerodromes etc.
      1. 5.Offences relating to security at aerodromes etc.
    4. Air cargo agents
      1. 6.Air cargo agents.
    5. Reporting of certain occurrences
      1. 7.Duty to report certain occurrences.
    6. Other amendments
      1. 8.Other amendments of Aviation Security Act 1982.
  2. Part II Offences against the safety of ships and fixed platforms
    1. 9.Hijacking of ships.
    2. 10.Seizing or exercising control of fixed platforms.
    3. 11.Destroying ships or fixed platforms or endangering their safety.
    4. 12.Other acts endangering or likely to endanger safe navigation.
    5. 13.Offences involving threats.
    6. 14.Ancillary offences.
    7. 15.Master’s power of delivery.
    8. 16.Prosecution of offences and proceedings.
    9. 17.Interpretation of Part II.
  3. Part III Protection of ships and harbour areas against acts of violence
    1. General purposes
      1. 18.Purposes to which Part III applies.
    2. Powers of Secretary of State
      1. 19.Power of Secretary of State to require information.
      2. 20.Designation of restricted zones of harbour areas.
      3. 21.Power to impose restrictions in relation to ships.
      4. 22.Power to require harbour authorities to promote searches in harbour areas.
      5. 23.Power to require other persons to promote searches.
      6. 24.General power to direct measures to be taken for purposes to which Part III applies.
    3. Supplemental provisions with respect to directions
      1. 25.Matters which may be included in directions under sections 21 to 24.
      2. 26.Limitations on scope of directions under sections 21 to 24.
      3. 27.General or urgent directions under sections 21 to 24.
      4. 28.Objections to certain directions under section 24.
      5. 29.Enforcement notices.
      6. 30.Contents of enforcement notice.
      7. 31.Offences relating to enforcement notices.
      8. 32.Objections to enforcement notices.
      9. 33.Enforcement notices: supplementary.
      10. 34.Operation of directions under Part III in relation to rights and duties under other laws.
      11. 35.Detention of ships.
      12. 36.Inspection of ships and harbour areas.
    4. Offences relating to security of ships and harbour areas.
      1. 37.False statements relating to baggage, cargo etc.
      2. 38.False statements in connection with identity documents.
      3. 39.Unauthorised presence in restricted zone.
      4. 40.Offences relating to authorised persons.
    5. Sea cargo agents
      1. 41.Sea cargo agents.
    6. Reporting of certain occurrences
      1. 42.Duty to report certain occurrences.
    7. General supplemental provisions
      1. 43.Compensation in respect of certain measures taken under Part III.
      2. 44.Annual report by Secretary of State as to notices and directions under Part III.
      3. 45.Service of documents.
      4. 46.Interpretation of Part III.
  4. Part IV Miscellaneous and General
    1. Miscellaneous
      1. 47.Carriage of goods by air.
      2. 48.Powers in relation to certain aircraft.
    2. General
      1. 49.Extradition by virtue of Orders in Council under section 2 of Extradition Act 1870.
      2. 50.Offences by bodies corporate.
      3. 51.Extension of Act outside the United Kingdom.
      4. 52.Expenses.
      5. 53.Minor and consequential amendments and repeals.
      6. 54.Short title, commencement and extent.
  5. Schedule 1 Further amendments of the Aviation Security Act 1982.
  6. Schedule 2 Provisions relating to compensation.
  7. Schedule 3 Minor and consequential amendments.
  8. Schedule 4 Repeals.

An Act to give effect to the Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts of Violence at Airports Serving International Civil Aviation which supplements the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Civil Aviation; to make further provision with respect to aviation security and civil aviation; to give effect to the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation and to the Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Fixed Platforms Located on the Continental Shelf which supplements that Convention; to make other provision for the protection of ships and harbour areas against acts of violence; and for connected purposes.

Be it enacted by the Queen’s most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—