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2. In these Regulations–
“constable” includes a park constable within the meaning of section 3 of the Parks Regulation Act 1872(1);
“invalid carriage” means a mechanically propelled vehicle of which the weight unladen does not exceed 254 kilograms and which is specially designed and constructed, and not merely adapted, for the use of a person suffering from some physical defect or disability and is used solely by such a person;
“motor cycle” means a mechanically propelled vehicle (not being an invalid carriage) with fewer than four wheels, of which the weight unladen does not exceed 410 kilograms;
“official notice” means a notice exhibited by or on behalf of the Secretary of State;
“parking place” means a place shown on an official notice as being appointed under these Regulations for the time being by the Secretary of State as a place for parking vehicles;
“parking permit” means a permit issued by the Secretary of State for the parking of the vehicle in question;
“parking ticket” means a ticket, obtained for the parking of the vehicle in question in a parking place in the Park from a machine located by authority of the Secretary of State in the Park in which the vehicle is parked or from a person authorised to dispense a ticket by the Secretary of State, which shows the charge paid and the period in respect of which the charge has been paid;
“the Park” means Greenwich Park;
“valid parking ticket” means a parking ticket showing as the period in respect of which the charge has been paid a period comprising the entire period during which the vehicle remains parked;
“vehicle” means a mechanically propelled vehicle intended or adapted for use on roads.
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