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  1. game law(noun)

    a regulation intended to manage or preserve game animals

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  1. Game law

    Game laws are statutes which regulate the right to pursue and take or kill certain kinds of fish and wild animal. Their scope can include the following: restricting the days to harvest fish or game, restricting the number of animals per person, restricting species harvested, and limiting weapons and fishing gear used. Hunters, fishermen and lawmakers generally agree that the purposes of such laws is to balance the needs for preservation and harvest and to manage both environment and populations of fish and game. Game laws can provide a legal structure to collect license fees and other money which is used to fund conservation efforts as well as to obtain harvest information used in wildlife management practice.

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