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Licensing Practice and Procedure is a convenient and practical guide to the complexities of alcohol licensing and the licensing of betting, gaming and lotteries. Part I covers liquor, entertainment and other licensable leisure activities, dealing with the principles under the Licensing Act 2003, and with premises licences, clubs, permitted temporary activities, personal licences, the offences which may be committed, the closure of premises, and appeals. This ninth edition of Licensing Practice and Procedure takes account of developments in the law since the 2003 Act came into force. Part II, on betting and gaming, has been completely re-written to take account of the Gambling Act 2005. The policy behind the new Act and the key concepts are explained, as are the roles of the Gambling Commission and of the licensing authorities. The text goes on to deal with the new classes of operating licence ¬ for casinos, bingo, general betting, pool betting, betting intermediaries, gaming machines, gambling software, and lotteries. Also covered are personal licences, premises licences, the temporary use of premises; gaming machines; lotteries; clubs, pub and fairs; prize gaming; enforcement; advertising of gambling; and the offences which may be committed in connection with gambling.