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Licensing for Conveyancers: A Practical Guide

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ISBN13: 9781853289668
ISBN: 1853289663
Published: September 2005
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £54.00



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The Licensing Act 2003 is a radical departure from the previous regime under the 1964 Act. From February 2005, the new Act introduced a new system of licences to be administered by local authorities rather than the magistrates' courts. Conveyancing transactions frequently involve licensed premises of different types. This book provides conveyancers with a basic understanding of the new licensing law and procedures in order to be able to advise clients effectively. This concise and practical book includes: precedents; guidance on preliminary enquiries; outline of food premises licensing; introduction to betting and gaming regulations; extracts from the Secretary of State's Guidance; and, extracts from the Licensing Act 2003.

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Subjects:
Conveyancing, Licensing Law
Contents:
Part 1 - Licensing Act 2003 Issues
1. Introduction
2. The pre-2003 Act regime
3. Overview of new law
4. Personal licences
5. Premises licences
6. Licensable activities
7. Licence changes
8. Permitted temporary activities
9. Club premises certificates
10. Review of premises licences and club premises certificates
11. What a licensee needs to know
12. Transitional arrangements
13. Preliminary enquiries.

Part 2 - Other Licensing
Issues 14. Food premises licensing
15. Premises licensed for betting and gaming.

Appendices
A: Extracts from Legislation
B. Extracts from Secretary of State's Guidance (July 2004)
C. Sample clauses.