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8(1)In section 25 (service of documents), after subsection (1) insert—E+W
“(1A)A notice or other document served in accordance with subsection (1) on a person who is the subject of a banning order is to be deemed to be received by him at the time when it is served unless he proves otherwise.”
(2)In section 21(7) (service of notices under section 19), after “subsection (6) above” insert “ (instead of section 25(1A)) ”.
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