(1) In this Chapter “fixed-term prisoner” means—
(a) a person serving a sentence of imprisonment for a determinate term, or
(b) a person serving a determinate sentence of detention under section 91 [or 96] of [the PCC(S)A 2000, under] section [226A, 226B,] [, 228 or 236A] of this Act [or under section 250, 254, 262, 265, 266, 278 or 279 of the Sentencing Code][,]
[and “fixed-term sentence” means a sentence falling within paragraph (a) or (b)].
[(1B) In this Chapter—
(a) references to a sentence of imprisonment include such a sentence passed by a service court;
(b) references to a sentence of
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