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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.