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A new edition has been abandoned before publication:
Licensing Law in Scotland 3rd ed isbn 9781845927813

Licensing Law in Scotland 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9781845925123
ISBN: 1845925122
New Edition ISBN: 1845927818
Published: September 2000
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Licensing Law in Scotland provides clear and comprehensive guidance to this complex area of Scots law. Theory and practice are combined to offer positive assistance with numerous common problems likely to be encountered in practice. Those already familiar with the framework of the legislation will discover a fresh approach to its many intricacies.

The new edition has been fully updated and revised and accommodates a continuing stream of reported judicial decisions, including the landmark House of Lords case, Caledonian Nightclubs Ltd v City of Glasgow Licensing Board. It takes account of the corpus of case law which has emerged recently regarding the licensing of petrol filling stations. The coverage of the Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 has been expanded.

This edition was previously published under ISBN 9780406981349.

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Scots Law
""Administration of liquor licensing. Requirement for a licence. Types of licences. Applying for a new licence. Transfer of licences. Objections and observations. Occasional licences and permissions. Licensing board bylaws and regulations. Duration, renewal and suspension of licences. Permitted hours. Alterations to licensed premises. Gaming and games in liquor licensed premises. Offences and the conduct of licensed premises. Children in licensed premises. Appeals and judicial review. Registered clubs.""