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5. In relation to the Bailiwick of Guernsey—
“accommodation for residential care” means either—
any establishment the sole or main object of which is, or is held out to be, the provision of accommodation, whether for reward or not, for disabled persons, mentally disordered persons or retired persons of pensionable age and which—
is carried on by a person who is duly registered in respect thereof under the Nursing Home and Residential Homes (Guernsey) Law 1976; or
is exempted from registration under section 6 of that law; or
a group of at least four dwellings within a common and exclusive boundary specially provided for disabled persons, mentally disordered persons or retired persons of pensionable age and which is provided or managed—
by any Committee of the States of Guernsey; or
by a body approved in writing for the purposes of these Regulations by the President or the acting President of the States of Guernsey Board of Health;
“mentally disordered person” means a person suffering from any mental ailment within the meaning of the Mental Treatment Law (Guernsey) 1939;
“pensionable age” has the same meaning as in the Social Insurance (Guernsey) Law 1978.