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1In this Schedule—E+W
“intoxicating liquor” has the same meaning as in the M1Licensing Act1964,
“large shop” means a shop which has a relevant floor area exceeding 280 square metres,
“medicinal product” and “registered pharmacy” have the same meaning as in the M2Medicines Act1968,
“relevant floor area”, in relation to a shop, means the internal floor area of so much of the shop as consists of or is comprised in a building, but excluding any part of the shop which, throughout the week ending with the Sunday in question, is used neither for the serving of customers in connection with the sale of goods nor for the display of goods,
“retail customer” means a person who purchases goods retail,
“retail sale” means any sale other than a sale for use or resale in the course of a trade or business, and references to retail purchase shall be construed accordingly,
“sale of goods” does not include—
the sale of meals, refreshments or intoxicating liquor for consumption on the premises on which they are sold, or
the sale of meals or refreshments prepared to order for immediate consumption off those premises,
“shop” means any premises where there is carried on a trade or business consisting wholly or mainly of the sale of goods, and
“stand”, in relation to an exhibition, means any platform, structure, space or other area provided for exhibition purposes.
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