305 Interpretation of Part 12
305 Interpretation of Part 12

(1)     In this Part, except where the contrary intention appears—

“accredited programme” has the meaning given by section 202(2);

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[“alcohol abstinence and monitoring requirement”, in relation to a community order or suspended sentence order, has the meaning given by section 212A;]

“alcohol treatment requirement”, in relation to a community order or suspended sentence order, has the meaning given by section 212;

“the appropriate officer of the court” means, in relation to a magistrates' court, the clerk of [designated officer for] the court;

“associated”, in relation to offences, is to be read in accordance with section 161(1) of the Sentencing Act;

“attendance centre” has the meaning given by section 221(2);

“attendance centre requirement”, in relation to a community order, . . . or suspended sentence order, has the meaning given by section 214;

“community order” has the meaning given by section 177(1);

“community requirement”, in relation to a suspended sentence order, has the meaning given by section 189(7);

“community sentence” has the meaning given by section 147(1);

[“compensation order” has the meaning given by section 130(1) of the Sentencing Act;]

“court” (without more), except in Chapter 7, does not include a service court[, but this does not apply where a contrary intention appears from any provision of the Armed Forces Act 2006];

“curfew requirement”, in relation to a community order, . . . or suspended sentence order, has the meaning given by section 204;

“custodial sentence” has the meaning given by section 76 of the Sentencing Act;

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“default order” has the meaning given by section 300(3);