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Licensing Law for Conveyancers

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ISBN13: 9780851216768
ISBN: 0851216765
Published: November 1991
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Here is the practitioner's complete guide to the conveyancing of licensed premises. Dealing with the three most common types of licence - those for the sale of alcohol, proprietary clubs and betting offices - it explains the nature of the licence, details the qualifications required for licensees, what the licensee must know, what approval must be gained for structural alterations, the preliminary enquiries which must be made, and the time limits for notices. * Provides useful advice (for example, in the event of conditional contracts being refused) * Gives time limits for notices together with details of who should be notified * Highlights the need for approval by the Justices of certain structural alterations * Covers knowledge essential for the licens.

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IntroductionsBasic understandingsPremises licensed for the sale of alcoholsCommon types of licencesQualification of licenseessWhat a licensee require to knowsAncillary certificatessContractual termssNotices to be servedsAmusement with prizes sPublic entertainment licencessProprietary clubssConditional/Section 55 licencessJackpot amusement with prizes machinessParticular enquires to be raisedsNotices to be servedsLicensed betting officessWhat is a book makersA general summary of the law sNotices to be servedsType of contract and riskssPreliminary enquires to be raisedsAppendix.