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POLICE OFFENCES ACT 1935 - SECT 20A

Division III - Fortifications 20A. Interpretation

(1) In this Part –
fortification means any structure or device that, whether alone or as part of a system, is designed to prevent or impede, or to provide any other form of countermeasure against, uninvited entry to premises;
fortification warning notice means a fortification warning notice issued under section 20B;
heavily fortified has the meaning given by subsection (2);
owner, in relation to premises, includes a person who the Commissioner reasonably believes leases or otherwise occupies the premises;
submission means a submission made by an owner to the Commissioner that a fortification removal notice should not be issued;
submission period has the meaning given by section 20C(2)(b).
(2) Premises are heavily fortified if there are, at the premises, fortifications to an extent or of a nature that it would be reasonable to regard as excessive for premises of that kind.



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