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2. In these Regulations—
“the Act” means the Alcoholic Liquor Duties Act 1979;
“alcohol”, except in regulation 10(3), means “dutiable alcoholic liquor”;
“completely denatured alcohol” has the meaning given in regulation 4;
“formulation” means the recipe or list of substances and liquids, including any proportions, quantities, standards, or other criteria relating to those substances and liquids, that a producer is to use and follow when making the class of denatured alcohol or a batch of it to which the formulation relates;
“industrial denatured alcohol” has the meaning given in regulation 4;
a person who is a distiller, rectifier or compounder, and who is authorized by the Commissioners under section 75 of the Act to denature alcohol; or
a person who holds an excise licence granted under that section, and who denatures or intends to denature alcohol at any premises;
“trade specific denatured alcohol” has the meaning given in regulation 4.
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