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32In this Part of this schedule—S
“existing life prisoner” means a person who is an existing life prisoner for the purposes of Part 1 of this schedule by virtue only of paragraph 1(a) above;
“provisional release date” means, where that date has been fixed by reference to a month but not to a specific day in the month, the first day of that month, and, where that date would (but for this provision) be a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday and the prisoner would fall to be released then, means the last preceding day which is not a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday;
“public holiday” has the meaning given by section 27(8) of the 1993 Act;
“punishment part” has the same meaning as it has in Part 1 of this schedule;
“relevant date” means the date when this Part of this schedule comes into force.
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