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Vol 23 No 1 Jan/Feb 2018

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Licensing Law Guide 3rd ed

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ISBN13: 9780406952264
ISBN: 0406952264
Published: July 2002
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Phillips: Licensing Law Guide is a comprehensive guide to liquor licensing law, providing practical advice, clear explanation, precedents and up-to-date statutory and regulatory material in one accessible volume. It covers all stages of liquor licensing, including applications and objections, interim authorities, offences, prosecutions and appeals, and addresses the issues that arise most regularly in practice.

The new edition has been updated and extended to cover the Government's White Paper proposals for the biggest overhaul of licensing law in the last 50 years and the major changes being introduced in relation to summary closure orders. It also deals with all recent changes in relevant legislation, key new cases and the implications of human rights law.This book is invaluable to all those involved with UK licensing law - general practitioners, specialist licensing lawyers, licensing Justices' Clerks, brewery representatives, leisure companies, police forces and local authorities.

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Licensing Law
The framework.
The application and objections.
Interim authorities, transfer of licenses, etc, and renewals.
The premises.
Children's certificates.
Offences and revocation.
The European Union and other local jurisdictions.
Occasional licenses and occasional permissions.
Licensing Act 1964.
Licensing (Special Hours Certificates) Rules 1982.
Draft conditions.
Home Office Guidance to Association of Chief Police Officers.
Principal licensing fees