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8.—(1) The following are not to be treated as falling within the category of use in section 76(2)(e) of the Act—
(a)filling or maintaining a pool where necessary in the course of its construction;
(b)filling or maintaining a pool using a hand-held container which is filled with water drawn directly from a tap;
(c)filling or maintaining a pool that is designed, constructed or adapted for use in the course of a programme of medical treatment;
(d)filling or maintaining a pool that is used for the purpose of decontaminating animals from infections or disease;
(e)filling or maintaining a pool used in the course of a programme of veterinary treatment;
(f)filling or maintaining a pool in which fish or other aquatic animals are being reared or kept in captivity.
(2) In that section, “domestic swimming or paddling pool” means a swimming or paddling pool, other than a pool that is being used for the purposes of a business, which is—
(a)in a building, or part of a building, used principally as a dwelling; or
(b)on any land or in any building that is used or enjoyed in connection with a building, or part of a building, mentioned in sub-paragraph (a).
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