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7. (1) Any person who—N.I.
(a)uses any premises, vehicle, vessel or stall as a sex establishment; or
(b)proposes to do so,
may apply to the council for it to waive the requirement of a licence.
(2) An application under this paragraph may be made either as part of an application for a licence under this Schedule or without any such application.
(3) An application under this paragraph shall be made in writing and shall contain the particulars specified in paragraph 10(2) to (5) and such particulars as the council may reasonably require in addition.
(4) The council may waive the requirement of a licence in any case where it considers that to require a licence would be unreasonable or inappropriate.
(5) A waiver may be for such period as the council thinks fit.
(6) Where the council grants an application for a waiver, it shall give the applicant for the waiver notice that it has granted his application.
(7) The council may at any time give a person who would require a licence but for a waiver notice that the waiver is to terminate on such date not less than 28 days from the date on which it gives the notice as may be specified in the notice.
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