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6.—(1) The category of use in section 76(2)(c) of the Act—
(a)applies only to the watering of plants which are in an outdoor pot or in the ground, under cover; and
(b)does not include watering plants—
(i)grown or kept for sale or commercial use, or
(ii)that are part of a National Plant Collection or temporary garden or flower display.
(2) In that section—
“domestic or other non-commercial premises” means—
any land, building or other structure used or enjoyed in connection with the use of any of the following which is used principally as a dwelling—
a building or part of a building,
a boat; or
any other land or premises which is not used principally for the purposes of a business; and
“plants” includes plant organs, seeds, crops and trees.
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