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Section 1.4. The territory of Scotland comprises all land and air space to the north of the land border, running as in place prior to 1999, between the Solway Firth and the then mouth of the River Tweed, and the surrounding seas and air space to a limit of 200 nautical miles or the relevant median lines with other states, including the line running due east from the mouth of the River Tweed, or to such limits as set by international law.

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    Administrator #1  •  2020-08-20 17:35:16

    Section 1.4. The territory of Scotland comprises all land and air space to the north of the land border, running as in place prior to 1999, between the Solway Firth and the then mouth of the River Tweed, and the surrounding seas and air space to a limit of 200 nautical miles or the relevant median lines with other states, including the line running due east from the mouth of the River Tweed, or to such limits as set by international law.


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