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2. In these Regulations—
“2001 Act” means the Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001;
“2003 Act” means the Licensing Act 2003(1);
“2001 Regulations” means the Local Authorities (Alcohol Consumption in Designated Public Places) Regulations 2001(2);
“local authority” and “public place” have the same meaning as in section 16 of the 2001 Act (interpretation of provisions relating to designation of public places); and
“order” means an order under section 13(2) of the 2001 Act (designated public places) identifying specifically or by description a public place in the area of a local authority.
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