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|80. Departure overland.|
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80. (1) A person, whether or not in charge of a vehicle and whether or not the vehicle may be conveying goods which are dutiable, departing overland from Kenya shall not, except where otherwise permitted by the proper officer, depart from Kenya at a place other than from a port or place appointed under section 9 and shall before departing -
(a) report his intended departure to the officer stationed at the port nearest to the point at which he proposes to cross the frontier,
(b) furnish on the prescribed form such information as may be required concerning any vehicle and goods;
(c) make and subscribe a declaration as to the truth of all particulars contained in the form;
(d) fully and immediately answer all relevant questions put to him by the proper officer;
(e) produce all consignment notes or other relevant documents demanded of him by the proper officer;
(f) save as otherwise provided in this Act, make due entry of any vehicle and goods.
(2) The proper officer may stop and question any person, whether or not he has goods in his possession, appearing to be about to depart overland from Kenya, and the person shall thereupon fully and immediately answer all relevant questions concerning his movements and any goods in his possession as may be put to him.
(3) No vehicle or goods to which this section applies shall except under and in accordance with the terms of permission granted by the proper officer, be removed across the frontier until after due entry thereof has been made.
(4) The Commissioner may, subject to such conditions as may be specified, exempt any person or class of persons from the provisions of this section.
(5) A person who contravenes any of the provisions of this section shall be guilty of an offence and any goods in respect of which the offence has been committed shall be liable to forfeiture.