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PEACEFUL ASSEMBLY ACT 1992 - SECT 10

Approval of public assembly

10 Approval of public assembly

(1) A public assembly is taken to have been approved for the purposes of section 7 (c) if, after the giving of the assembly notice for the assembly—
(a) the required notice of permission for the assembly has been given to the organiser of the assembly; or
(b) if the assembly notice was given not less than 5 business days before the day on which the assembly is held—a Magistrates Court has not made an order under section 12 refusing to authorise the holding of the assembly; or
(c) if the assembly notice was given less than 5 business days before the day on which the assembly is held—a Magistrates Court has made an order under section 14 authorising the holding of the assembly.
(2) The required notice of permission for a public assembly is—
(a) a notice by the Commissioner stating that the Commissioner does not oppose the holding of the assembly; and
(b) if the assembly notice was given to a local authority—a notice by the local authority stating that the authority does not oppose the holding of the assembly; and
(c) if the place of assembly is a place for the time being open to or used by the public by the express or implied consent of the owner or occupier or on payment of money—a notice by the owner or occupier of the place consenting to the holding of the assembly.
(3) A notice mentioned in subsection (2) must be in writing.



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