Licence to serve
With the full provisions of the Licensing Act 2003 finally coming into force, a new single integrated licensing regime is at last a reality. However, these changes will affect a premises' licence to sell alcohol if the individual licence holder becomes insolvent, write Rita Lowe and David Manson
On 24 November, 2005, the full provisions of the Licensing Act 2003 came into force, establishing a new single integrated licensing regime. The Act requires all premises, where licensable activities are provided, to obtain a licence, and contains important provisions regarding termination of the premises licence in the event of insolvency.
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