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10 After Article 27 of the Order of 2003 (meaning of “harm”) and before the Part heading immediately preceding Article 28 insert—
27A (1) The Executive must not later than 6 months after the coming into operation of section 10 of the Housing (Amendment) Act (Northern Ireland) 2010 publish a statement of—
(a)its policy in relation to anti-social behaviour, and
(b)its procedures for dealing with occurrences of anti-social behaviour,
in relation to residential premises in respect of which it exercises management functions (within the meaning of Article 8A(8) of the Order of 1981).
(2) The Executive must keep its policy and procedures under review and, when it thinks appropriate, publish a revised statement.
(3) A copy of a statement published under paragraph (1) or (2)—
(a)must be available for inspection at all reasonable hours at each district office of the Executive;
(b)must be provided on payment of a reasonable fee to any person who requests it.
(4) The Executive must also—
(a)prepare a summary of its current policy and procedures;
(b)provide without charge a copy of the summary to any person who requests it.
(5) In preparing and reviewing its policy and procedures the Executive must have regard to guidance issued by the Department.
(6) In this Article—
“anti-social behaviour” means—
any conduct specified in Article 26(1)(a); or
the use or threatened use of residential premises for any of the purposes specified in Article 26(1)(b);
“residential premises” means residential premises to which Article 26 applies.”.
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