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Entertainment Licensing 2nd ed

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Colin ManchesterSenior Lecturer in Law, University of Birmingham

ISBN13: 9780406900043
ISBN: 0406900043
Published: October 1999
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

""This new edition focuses on public entertainment licensing (music and dancing, sports entertainments and open air musical entertainments on private land) but it also covers the licensing of private entertainments (music and dancing), cinemas and theatres.The book takes account of new statutory provisions since the first edition. These include the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 which provides increased powers in relations to raves; the Local Government (Wales) Act 1994 under which licensing in Wales will be exercised by county councils rather than by district councils. Also included is the Deregulation and Contracting Out Act 1994 under which various deregulation orders have been made; and Public Entertainments Licences (Drugs Misuse) Act 1997, which provides powers for the immediate closure of premises with a known drug problem. Designed for all those involved within the licensing process, this book is the only specialist work with a detailed examination of the areas in question. It also covers important new case law, including unreported decisions, to ensure the reader is kept fully up to date with recent developments.""

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Licensing Law
""Chapter 1: Introduction to entertainment licensing.
Part 1: The Licensing of Public Entertainments.
Chapter 2: The scope of licensing control.
Chapter 3: Application procedure.
Chapter 4: Licence fees.
Chapter 5: Determining licence applications.
Chapter 6: Terms and conditions of licences.
Chapter 7: Enforcement provisions.
Chapter 8: Appeals.
Chapter 9: Public entertainment licensing in Greater London.
Chapter 10: Sunday public entertainments.
Chapter 11: Public entertainments on licensed premises.
Part 2: The Licensing of Private Entertainments, Film Exhibitions and Theatrical Performances.
Chapter 12: The licensing of private entertainments.
Chapter 13: The licensing of film exhibitions.
Chapter 14: The licensing of theatrical performances.
Chapter 15: The licensing of sex establishments. Appendices.""