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Alcohol and Entertainment Licensing: A Practical Guide [Paperback]

David Chambers , Roger Butterfield

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23 Jan 2006 Practical Guide
Licensing applications have become increasingly complex with the advent of the new licensing regime resulting from the extensive Licensing Act 2003. The radical changes, which include licensing authorities replacing magistrates' courts as the grantors of licenses, in conjunction with the integration and modernisation of the various licensing systems in England and Wales, have led to an intimidating Act of 9 Parts, 8 Schedules and 175 pages. Every type of license application is covered within this text, from the selling of liquor to the showing of films, from the provision of entertainment to a paying audience to the renewal of a club registration certificate. Issues addressed include: what are classed as licensable activities, what kind of activities are exempt from licensing laws, how should an application be made, how are applications determined and how long will a license last? It also covers the more ambiguous aspects of licensing applications: what happens when the license holder dies, what to do if the license is lost, how does one approach transferring a license and does the licensing authority have any right to impose conditions on a license? Chapters on offences and hearings contain vital information with regard to breaches, or suspected breaches, of licensing law. The guidance concerning offences comprises such topics as police powers of entry to, and closure of, licensed premises, what constitutes a licensing offence and what conditions can be attached to a premises license by a licensing authority. The chapter on hearings is concerned with what happens when relevant representations are made against an application or a review of a license has to be made. It deals in some detail with the action to be taken on receipt of a notice for a hearing, the format of committee reports and procedures at hearings.

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  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Shaw & Sons Ltd; 1 edition (23 Jan 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0721916902
  • ISBN-13: 978-0721916903
  • Product Dimensions: 20.6 x 14.8 x 1.2 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,486,747 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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David Chambers and Roger Butterfield have used their vast experience in licensing training and consulting to produce this practical guide, which will be of great use to applicants for licences (publicans, club secretaries, etc.) as well as their professional advisers.

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