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Licensing Law Handbook: A Practical Guide to Liquor and Entertainment Licensing 2nd ed isbn 9781907698170

Licensing Law Handbook: A Practical Guide to Liquor and Entertainment Licensing

ISBN13: 9781853289545
ISBN: 185328954X
New Edition ISBN: 9781907698170
Published: January 2006
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The Licensing Act 2003 has introduced major reforms to licensing law and procedure. There is now a completely new scheme for licensing the sale and supply of alcohol, the provision of regulated entertainment and the provision of late night refreshment. The Licensing Law Handbook is a clear concise guide to both the new law and procedures. It contains useful information that a practitioner will need in order to answer day to day questions. It provides a detailed and clear explanation of the new system of licensing, including the nature of the various forms of authorisation for licensable activities under the Act, how to apply for an authorisation, the forms to use, operating schedules, how to object to an application, offences, closure powers, and appeals. The Handbook includes copies of the main Regulations made under the Act and extracts from the Secretary of State's Guidance. It also considers the new developments to be introduced by the Violent Crime Reduction Bill. The Licensing Law Handbook should be the first choice for any practitioner seeking up to date guidance on licensing practice.

Licensing Law
2. Licensing authorities
3. Licensable activities
4. Regulated entertainment
5. Late night refreshment
6. Personal licences
7. Premises licences
8. The operating schedule
9. Designated premises supervisor
10. Relevant representations
11. Conditions
12. Interim authorities
13. Provisional statements
14. Variation of premises licence
15. Review of premises licence
16. Transfer of premises licence
17. Clubs
18. Variation of a club premises certificate
19. Review of a club premises certificate
20. Permitted temporary activities
21. Offences
22. Offences involving children
23. Closure of premises
24. Hearings
25. Appeals.
A. Operating toolkit - risk assessment
B. Representation form
C. Model conditions - prevention of crime and disorder
D. Model conditions - public safety
E. Model conditions - public nuisance
F. Model conditions - protection of children
G. Scale of fines
H. Useful websites.