According to the national forestry Act 1984 (revised 1993)
Section 15 –Removal licence is required for the removal of forest produce from certain land.
Section 40 – Removal licence is required for the removal of forest produce from certain land such as alienated land, land held under a temporary occupation licence, mining land or reserved land,
Section 86 – Penalty for counterfeiting or defacing, or possessing implements for counterfeiting, marks on trees and timber and altering boundary marks.
(Includes offenses such as illegal employment or illegal activities in the Permanent Forest Reserve; Removing the forest produce not at the place and time specified; Take or collect any forest products include rattan, fruits, herbs, minerals, and remove or dispose of any waste, Prohibition to burn and prevent officers from carrying out their duties or refuse to cooperate)
As of Section 32, 66, 67, 68, 69, 81(1)(b), 81(1)(c), 82(1), 84, 85, 87, 92, 96, 97, 98 & 100.
Offenses including entering the Permanent Forest Reserve, use of the forest road, grazing, allowing to graze. Collect or remove any forest produce or minerals; clearing or plowing the land with agricultural or other purposes; using poisonous or explosive substances for the purpose of catching fish or set traps or snares.
As of Section 47, 50(4), 81(1)(a), 81(1)(d), 81(1)(e), 81(1)(f) & 83
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