Private aids to navigation lawfully maintained under these regulations are entitled
to the same protection against interference or obstruction as is afforded by law to
Coast Guard aids to navigation (Part 70 of this subchapter). If interference or obstruction occurs, a prompt report containing all the evidence
available should be made to the Commander of the Coast Guard District in which the
aids are located.
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