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Maine Revised Statutes Title 12. Conservation § 6310-B. Continued eligibility for lobster and crab fishing licenses following successful appeal

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A person who, upon appeal pursuant to section 6310-A, is issued a Class I, II or III lobster and crab fishing license shall submit landings data for the following 2 license years in accordance with rules adopted pursuant to section 6173. During the 2nd license year following the successful appeal in which that person holds a Class I, II or III lobster and crab fishing license, the person shall provide landings reports indicating a minimum of 50 landings days and sales of lobster to an individual licensed under section 6851 during that license year. If a person fails to meet the requirements of this section, the person is no longer eligible for a Class I, II or III lobster and crab fishing license and the commissioner shall revoke the license in accordance with the provisions of sections 6352 and 6353.

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