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Why do the new Venue Registration Regulations refer to both “Registered Organisations” and “Registered Venues”?
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Both Registered Organisations, meaning the entity or person which owns or operates the relevant venue or place, and its Registered Venues, meaning the venue or place itself need to be registered.. This is because there are requirements which apply to the entity/person as well as others which apply to the venue/place. Additionally, a venue or place is not a legal person and so cannot have rights or obligations. Therefore, the relevant Registered Organisation needs to meet the requirements applicable to its Registered Venues, however only one application for the venue is required.

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