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First published in 1956, Underhill's has remained the practical and highly regarded guide to the law and procedure of licensing as it applies to liquor, gaming, betting and lotteries. Concise and easy to use, it takes practitioners step-by-step through the procedures involved in making or opposing a licensing application.
Written by highly respected and well-known authors, this immensely practical book includes forms, precedents, specimen pleadings, practical hints and guidance on tactics. A section has been added looking at the prescribed procedure for applying for a Children's Certificate, and the lotteries section has been revised to take account of the lotteries legistion. Legislation covered also includes the Licensing (Sunday Hours) Act 1995.
* Immensely practical - the book includes forms, precedents, specimen pleadings and practical hints and guidance on tactics
* Comprehensive yet concise - offers guidance on all forms of licensing.