10. Classes of businesses

    (1) For the purposes of a licence other than a general licence the class or classes of business that may be carried on shall be determined by the magistrate and specified in the licence.

    (2) A magistrate may define a class of business in whatever terms he thinks fit, or he may specify a prescribed classification.

    (3) Regulations may prescribe that dealing in

    (a) any interest in land;

    (b) motor vehicles;

    (c) wool;

    (d) livestock, or any kind of livestock;

    (e) second hand articles; or

    (f) any other specified kind of commodity or thing,

    shall constitute a separate class of business for the purposes of this Act, and any such regulation may be of general or limited application according to time, place or other circumstance.

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