26. Penalty if owner or occupier hinders the other
Any owner of any orchard, land, or premises which is in the occupation of another person shall have full right of entry on and into the same, and of remaining thereon and therein for the purpose of doing anything which he is required to do under or pursuant to this Act, and if in the performance of any duty or obligation imposed on him by or under this Act the owner of any orchard, land or premises is in any way obstructed or hindered by the occupier, or the occupier by the owner, the one who obstructs or hinders the other shall be liable to a daily penalty not exceeding $200.
[Section 26 4 amended by No. 22 of 1966 s. 9; No. 55 of 1981 s. 12; No. 20 of 1989 s. 3.]