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The Tourism (Northern Ireland) Order 1992

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Exemption of establishments from this Part

25.—(1) In such cases as it thinks fit, the Board may, with the approval of the Department, issue a notice of exemption in respect of any establishment, and so long as the notice remains in force the provisions of this Part shall not apply in relation to that establishment.

(2) The Board may at any time, by further notice to the proprietor of an establishment, withdraw a notice of exemption issued in respect of that establishment under paragraph (1).

(3) This Part shall not apply to any aircraft, ship, train or motor vehicle in which sleeping accommodation is provided unless such aircraft, ship, train or motor vehicle is permanently affixed to, or moored in, or remains for over 3 months without leaving, any place.

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