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(1)The trading regulations may prescribe circumstances in which the Organising Committee may authorise persons to trade in a way which would otherwise constitute a trading offence.
(2)The trading regulations may, in particular, provide—
(a)for an authorisation to be granted in respect of a place only if—
(i)a prescribed kind of trading licence exists in respect of that place, or
(ii)it is designated for a prescribed purpose in accordance with a prescribed enactment,
(b)for an authorisation to be granted only if the person seeking the authorisation holds a prescribed kind of trading licence,
(c)for an authorisation to be treated as if it were a trading licence granted by virtue of another enactment or document,
(d)that the Organising Committee may determine the procedure for applying for and granting an authorisation,
(e)that any fee charged by the Organising Committee in connection with an authorisation (or an application) is not to exceed such amount as may be specified in, or determined in accordance with, the regulations,
(f)that trading in the course of a fair or market may be authorised only where—
(i)the fair or market is held in accordance with a prescribed kind of licence or right, and
(ii)any other prescribed conditions are satisfied,
(g)for a right of appeal against a refusal to grant an authorisation.
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