2021 New York Laws
NAV - Navigation
Article 10 - Wrecks
139-B - Defacing Marks Upon Wrecked Property.

Universal Citation: NY Nav L § 139-B (2021)

§ 139-b. Defacing marks upon wrecked property. A person who defaces or obliterates the marks upon wrecked property, or in any manner disguises the appearance thereof, with intent to prevent the owner from discovering its identity, or who destroys or suppresses any invoice, bill of lading or other document tending to show the ownership thereof, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

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