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Calcutta Pilots Act,1859

Act No : 12


Section : Trial of pilots accused of breach of duty.

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2. Trial of pilots accused of breach of duty.--When any person employed in 3*[the Hooghly Pilot Service of the Commissioners for the Port of Calcutta], or licensed to act as a pilot at the said Presidency 2*, shall be accused of having committed any breach of duty while engaged in such service or acting under such license, and it shall appear to the 4*[Port Officer], or to the 5*[Central Government] that such person ought to be brought to trial for such breach of duty, such person shall be brought to trial upon a charge or charges framed by the said 4*[Port Officer] or such other person as the 6*[Central Government] shall direct, before a Court constituted under the provisions of this Act.

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