Hairdressing Establishment Regulations 1972

18/May/2001 - Current (at 31 Dec 2005)
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    22A. Hairdressing in private residence

    (1) A hairdresser may perform hairdressing procedures in the private residence of a customer in a room which is not used for the storage, preparation or consumption of food.

    (2) Where hairdressing procedures are carried out in accordance with subregulation (1), regulations 4 (excluding paragraph (c)), 5, 7, and 17 do not apply.

    [Regulation 22A inserted in Gazette 29 May 1987 p. 2219.]

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