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Penalties for violation of the foregoing provisions
General Business (GBS) CHAPTER 20, ARTICLE 14
§ 246. Penalties for violation of the foregoing provisions. A person
who violates any of the foregoing provisions of this article shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor and punishable by a fine of not more than one
hundred dollars, or by imprisonment for not more than ninety days, or
both. Failure by an operator to exhibit his pilot certificate upon
proper demand or failure to show the aircraft registration certificate
upon proper demand shall be presumptive evidence that the operator is
not duly licensed or that the aircraft is not duly registered under this
article. That an act or omission with respect to rules set forth in
subdivision six of section two hundred forty-five was done or made in
accordance with regulations affecting aircraft subject to federal
aviation regulations, or that a landing or take-off from or on a public
street or highway was done with consent of local authorities and
approval of the administrator of the federal aviation agency, or that an
act or omission which would otherwise be a violation of a prescribed
rule was an authorized deviation under subdivision eleven of section two
hundred forty-five, shall be matters of defense.