Health (Smoking in Enclosed Public Places) Regulations 2003



    13. Duty to prevent spread of smoke

    (1) If smoking is prohibited in an enclosed public place but not in another part of the premises where the place is located, the occupier of the place must, unless the place has adequate ventilation, take reasonable steps to prevent smoke caused by smoking in the other part of the premises from penetrating the place.

    (2) If smoking is prohibited in an enclosed public place but not in another part of the premises where the place is located, the occupier of the other part of the premises must, unless the place has adequate ventilation, take reasonable steps to prevent smoke caused by smoking in the other part of the premises from penetrating the place.

    (3) A person who fails, without reasonable excuse, to comply with subregulation (1) or (2) commits an offence.



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