Foyle Fisheries Act, 1952

Non-obligation of Court to pronounce or record forfeiture.

77.—Where, as a statutory consequence of a conviction under this Act, a particular thing stands forfeited, then, notwithstanding any rule of law, it shall not be necessary for the Court—

(a) to pronounce the fact of such forfeiture at the time of adjudication, or

(b) to record the fact of such forfeiture in the Minute Book of the District Court or in the order of conviction.