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(a)a constable; or
(b)an authorised officer of the council; or
has reason to believe that an entertainment to which paragraph 1 or 2 applies is being, or is about to be, provided in any place in respect of which an entertainments licence is for the time being in force, he may enter the place with a view to seeing whether the terms, conditions or restrictions on or subject to which the licence is held are complied with.
(2) An authorised officer of the [F1Fire and Rescue Service Board]F1 may, on giving not less than 24 hours' notice to the occupier of any place in respect of which an entertainments licence is for the time being in force, enter the place for the purpose of—
(a)inspecting the place to ensure that there are adequate fire precautions; and
(b)seeing whether the terms, conditions or restrictions relating to fire precautions on or subject to which the licence is held are being complied with.
(3) A constable or authorised officer of the council may enter any place in respect of which he has reason to suspect that an offence under paragraph 10 is being committed if authorised to do so by a warrant granted by a justice of the peace.
(4) Where an authorised officer of the council or of the [F1Fire and Rescue Service Board]F1 enters any place in exercise of any power under this paragraph he shall, if required to do so by the occupier, produce to him his authority.
(5) Any person who without reasonable excuse refuses to permit a constable or officer to enter or inspect any place in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph shall be guilty of an offence and shall for every such refusal be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale.
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