22 Exclusion or restriction at discretion of owner and others.E+W
(1)Subject to subsections (2) and (6), an entitled person may, by giving notice to the relevant authority in accordance with regulations under section 32(1)(a), exclude or restrict access by virtue of section 2(1) to any land on one or more days specified in the notice.
(2)The number of days on which any entitled person excludes or restricts under this section access by virtue of section 2(1) to any land must not in any calendar year exceed the relevant maximum.
(3)In this section “entitled person”, in relation to any land, means—
(a)the owner of the land, and
(b)any other person having an interest in the land and falling within a prescribed description.
(4)Subject to subsection (5), in this section “the relevant maximum” means twenty-eight.
(5)If regulations are made under subsection (3)(b), the regulations must provide that, in cases where there are two or more entitled persons having different interests in the land, the relevant maximum in relation to each of them is to be determined in accordance with the regulations, but so that the number of days on which access by virtue of section 2(1) to any land may be excluded or restricted under this section in any calendar year does not exceed twenty-eight.
(6)An entitled person may not under this section exclude or restrict access by virtue of section 2(1) to any land on—
(a)Christmas Day or Good Friday, or
(b)any day which is a bank holiday under the M1Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971 in England and Wales.
(7)An entitled person may not under this section exclude or restrict access by virtue of section 2(1) to any land—
(a)on more than four days in any calendar year which are either Saturday or Sunday,
(b)on any Saturday in the period beginning with 1st June and ending with 11th August in any year,
(c)on any Sunday in the period beginning with 1st June and ending with 30th September in any year.
(8)Regulations may provide that any exclusion or restriction under subsection (1) of access by virtue of section 2(1) to any land must relate to an area of land the boundaries of which are determined in accordance with the regulations.
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