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What is the penalty for failing to comply with the statutory duty in UK law to pass the required information to the master of a vessel collided with?

On summary conviction, a fine not exceeding the statutory maximum (currently £5, 000); or on conviction on indictment, an unlimited fine. In addition, a Section 61 Inquiry into the master’s conduct could be held, and his certificate could be cancelled or suspended.

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