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Licensing Law and Practice


ISBN13: 9780421953901
Published: November 2008
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback & CD-ROM
Price: £310.00 + £3.10 VAT



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This new annual book steers practitioners and local authorities through licensing law and procedures in a concise and highly practical manner. It covers all the key areas of licensing work, including alcohol and entertainment, betting, gaming and lotteries, taxi/private hire, sex shops, cinemas, theatres and street/house to house collections.

For each licensing type it provides: reproduced and up to date legislation; succinct interpretion of the legislation and case law, outlining the key issues relevant to the licensing application; guidance on application procedures, including fees and notices, the hearing, renewals, and transfers; and a complete set of forms with advice on their completion.

A mid-year supplement, published six months after the annual volume, ensures users are able to incorporate the latest legal developments into their work.

  • Covers all license types commonly encountered by local authorities and solicitors' practices
  • Deals with the provisions of the Licensing Act 2003 and the Gambling Act 2005
  • Explains the correct application procedures and assessment criteria
  • Contains forms and precedents for each type of licensing
  • Deals with the grounds and procedure for appeals
  • Arranged in alphabetical order of licence type for speedy location of legislation and procedure
  • Mid-year updater supplement keeps users up to date

Subjects:
Licensing Law
Contents:
Alcohol,
entertainment,
late night refreshment.
Betting, gaming and lotteries.
Taxis and private hire.
Sex establishments.
Other matters.