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13(1)In this Schedule references to the first appointed day or the second appointed day are to be read in accordance with section 9(2).E+W+S
(2)In this Schedule—
“justice of the peace”, in relation to Scotland, includes a sheriff;
“key-holders”, in relation to an alarm, means—
two persons, other than the occupier of the premises on or in which the alarm is installed, each of whom holds keys sufficient to obtain access to those premises, or
a company which holds keys sufficient to obtain access to those premises, from which those keys can be obtained at any time and the business of which consists of or includes the service of holding keys for occupiers of premises;
in relation to premises that are unoccupied, means any person entitled to occupy the premises, and
in relation to premises comprising a building that is being erected, constructed, altered, improved, maintained, cleaned or repaired, does not include a person whose occupancy—
(i)is connected with the erection, construction, alteration, improvement, maintenance, cleaning or repair, and
(ii)is by virtue of a licence granted for less than four weeks;
“prescribed” means prescribed in regulations made by the Secretary of State for the purposes of this Schedule.
(3)The Secretary of State’s power to make such regulations shall be exercisable by statutory instrument, and an instrument containing such regulations shall be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.
(4)Such regulations may make different provision for different cases, circumstances or areas.
(5)Nothing in this Schedule applies to an audible intruder alarm installed on or in a vehicle.
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