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In this Part—
“appropriate local authority” means the local authority for the area in which the premises in respect of which the closure order has effect are situated;
“closure notice” has the meaning given by section 26(1);
“closure order” has the meaning given by section 29(1);
“closed premises” means premises in respect of which a closure order has effect;
“court day” means a day which is not—
a Saturday or Sunday; or
any land or other place (whether enclosed or not); and
any outbuildings which are or are used as part of the premises; and
“relevant harm” means—
significant and persistent disorder; or
significant, persistent and serious nuisance to members of the public.
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