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(1)A person is vulnerable as a result of a reason mentioned in paragraph (c) or (j) of section 70(1) if, having regard to all the circumstances of the person’s case—
(a)the person would be less able to fend for himself or herself (as a result of that reason) if the person were to become street homeless than would an ordinary homeless person who becomes street homeless, and
(b)this would lead to the person suffering more harm than would be suffered by the ordinary homeless person;
this subsection applies regardless of whether or not the person whose case is being considered is, or is likely to become, street homeless.
(2)In subsection (1), “street homeless” (“digartref ac ar y stryd”), in relation to a person, means that the person has no accommodation available for the person’s occupation in the United Kingdom or elsewhere, which the person—
(a)is entitled to occupy by virtue of an interest in it or by virtue of an order of a court,
(b)has an express or implied licence to occupy, or
(c)occupies as a residence by virtue of any enactment or rule of law giving the person the right to remain in occupation or restricting the right of another person to recover possession;
and sections 55 and 56 do not apply to this definition.
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