Premises are not legally regarded as being “outdoors” if they are “enclosed” or “substantially enclosed”. These are legal definitions, set out in statute. Premises are enclosed or substantially enclosed, and therefore not outdoors, if they have a ceiling or roof and are surrounded by sides or walls of some description of up to 50% around the perimeter of the space in question.
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