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Licensing Law Handbook

A Practical Guide to Liquor and Entertainment Licensing, 2nd Edition
Russell Hewitson
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The Licensing Law Handbook safely guides practitioners through practical aspects including:

  • applications for authorisation
  • operating schedules
  • objections to authorisation
  • the offences, closure powers and appeals.

The second edition of this popular guide to licensing law and practice takes account of changes since the Licensing Act 2003 and brought about by the:

  • Live Music Act 2012
  • Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011
  • Mandatory Licensing Conditions Order 2010
  • Police and Crime Act 2009.

Contents

  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. Licensing authorities
  3. 3. Licensable activities
  4. 4. Regulated entertainment
  5. 5. Late night refreshment
  6. 6. Personal licences
  7. 7. Premises licences
  8. 8. The operating schedule
  9. 9. Designated premises supervisor
  10. 10. Relevant representations
  11. 11. Conditions
  12. 12. Interim authorities
  13. 13. Provisional statements
  14. 14. Variations of premises licences
  15. 15. Review of premises licences
  16. 16. Transfer of premises licences
  17. 17. Clubs
  18. 18. Variation of a club premises certificate
  19. 19. Review of a club premises certificate
  20. 20. Permitted temporary activities
  21. 21. Offences
  22. 22. Offences involving children
  23. 23. Early morning alcohol restriction orders
  24. 24. Closure of premises
  25. 25. Hearings
  26. 26. Appeals
  27. 28. Appendices.

About the Author

Russell Hewitson is a solicitor who worked in private practice specialising in commercial and residential property and licensing law matters before joining Northumbria University, where he is currently a principal lecturer in law.

£62.95

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Category

Company and commercial

Published

November 2013

Publisher

Law Society

ISBN

9781907698170

Format

Paperback
432 Pages