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F. Questions and Answers

7. If a religious group intends to hold a public procession exclusively for religious purpose, does it need to file a notice of intention to hold a public procession?

If anyone wants to hold only a gathering or assembly of persons convened or organized exclusively for social, recreational, cultural, academic, educational, religious or charitable purposes, or as a conference or seminar bona fide intended for the discussion of topics of a social, recreational, cultural, academic, educational, religious, charitable, professional, business or commercial character, then he does not need to file a notice of intention. However, if he intends to hold a public procession for these purposes, he is still required to inform the Commissioner of Police.

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