| Commentary

21 Change of market days

| Commentary

21 Change of market days

The day of holding a franchise market may not be changed unless this is authorised by the charter. If the market owner does so change the day, the franchise is liable to confiscation. However, a right to change the day may be presumed where a market has been held for a long time past upon days other than the days specified in the grant1.

In the case of a market to which the Markets and Fairs Clauses Act 1847 applies, the days of holding may be changed under the power to make byelaws appointing

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