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17.—(1) Premises partly inside a temporary control zone and partly inside a free area are treated as being wholly inside the temporary control zone.
(2) Premises partly inside a control zone are treated as being wholly inside that zone.
(a)if a restricted zone has been divided into a protection zone and a surveillance zone premises partly inside the protection zone and partly inside the surveillance zone are treated as being wholly inside the protection zone;
(b)premises partly inside a restricted zone and partly inside a free area are treated as being wholly inside the restricted zone; and
(c)premises partly inside a restricted zone and partly inside a temporary control zone are treated as being wholly inside the restricted zone.
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