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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. Scottish Licensing Law & Practice SLLP Book Review 51 SLLP 7 “ Step forward Stephen McGowan who, with his usual enthusiasm, has succesfully authored a peice of work covering a wide range of licensing provisions in a comprehensive, yet user-friendly, format.
By Stephen J McGowan “For the first time in the history of Scots law an author has brought together a legal textbook which acts as a practical guide to the procedures of what is commonly known as “civic licensing”.
A number of licensing boards tried to fill the vacuum by publishing byelaws requiring consent to be given for the provision of entertainment, games facilities, the use of television sets and so on – until that approach was ruled unlawful in an appeal decision.
The Licensing (Scotland) Act takes an entirely different approach. We are responsible for regulating the powers of Scottish local authorities and Licensing Boards in relation to licensing the sale of alcohol.
Licensing is the responsibility of Licensing Boards. Local Licensing Boards have wide discretion to determine appropriate licensing arrangements according to local needs and circumstances, and their own legal advice.
All staff members working in licensed premises must have at least two hours of training under the Licensing (Scotland) Act This workbook meets all of the legislative requirements for training staff of licensed premises under the Licensing (Scotland) Act and provides a clear accessible text and an essential resource for staff training/5(17).
In terms of paragraph 6 of schedule 3 to the Licensing (Scotland) Actno person (other than a personal licence holder) is to sell or serve alcohol on licensed premises unless that person has complied with any training requirements prescribed by regulations. These Regulations provide that any person working in such a capacity must have received at least 2 hours' training from a personal.
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Licensing hours in Scotland. Scottish stores and supermarkets can only sell alcohol between 10am and 10pm Monday to Sunday although core hours can very occasionally be extended or reduced by the local licensing board.
Licensing hours are also not automatic - each supermarket needs a licence and has to re-apply for renewals just like a pub or club. To make this as straight-forward as possible, the Scottish Government is recommending to Personal Licence Holders and Licensing Boards that these processes should be dealt with at the same time, by sitting a further refresher training course and then sending the certificate to the relevant Licensing Board along with the renewal application.
An Act of the Scottish Parliament to make provision for regulating the sale of alcohol, and for regulating licensed premises and other premises on which alcohol is. First published inGloag and Henderson is quite simply the work of reference on the law of Scotland. It is unique in providing the complete Scots private law library in one volume, with no other single legal title in Scotland offering the same level of coverage.
Is a sailing vessel covered under licensing laws?”” tab_id=”d74ced4″][vc_wp_text]A: The supply of alcohol on a complimentary basis as part of a paid-for package constitutes a sale for which a licence is required. Generally, the Licensing (Scotland) Act requires a vessel to be licensed.
Contact your council to apply for a premises licence if you want to carry out ‘licensable activities’ from a particular venue. Licensable activities include: providing entertainment (theatre. We usually hold one-day alcohol licensing law courses in six key locations throughout Scotland, these included Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, Ayr and Inverness.
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Scottish licensing laws. London: H.M.S.O., (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication. SQA Alcohol Licensing Qualifications: Operational Handbook 4 4 Registration, entries, results, and certification For the Alcohol Licensing qualifications, centres should register candidates, enter the full date (dd/mm/yyyy) the candidates sat the exam and submit results.
LICENSING (SCOTLAND) ACT LICENSING STANDARDS INFORMATION PACK FOR LICENSEES 1. Introduction The Licensing (Scotland) Act (‘the Act’) regulates the sale of alcohol in Scotland and it is built around the 5 Licensing Objectives, which every licensed premises are expected to aspire to: 1.
Preventing Crime and Disorder Size: KB. The Licensing (Scotland) Act completely overhauled Scottish Licensing law, sweeping away the Licensing (Scotland) Act and necessitating a completely new edition of his essential text.
Since then there have been substantial and intricate changes effected by the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act and the Alcohol etc.
Reviews of Scottish Civic Government Licensing Law I welcome this book by Mr. Hajducki and Mr. Stuart as the first comprehensive work on this subject. It will be of considerable assistance to practitioners in the public and private sector. It will also be essential reading for students of the law and procedure relative to the issuing of licences.
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SQA’s alcohol licensing qualifications are up to date and meet the mandatory requirements of the Licensing (Scotland) Act and Alcohol etc (Scotland) Act They emphasise the responsible sale of alcohol and align with the aspirations of the Scottish Government’s Alcohol Framework which sets out a strategic approach to tackling alcohol misuse in Scotland.
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The alcohol licensing laws of the United Kingdom regulate the sale and consumption of alcohol, with separate legislation for England, Wales Northern Ireland and Scotland being passed, as necessary, by the UK parliament, the Senedd in Wales, the Northern Ireland Assembly, and the Scottish Parliament respectively.
Throughout the United Kingdom, the sale of alcohol is restricted—pubs, restaurants. 9 weird and wonderful Scottish laws that are still in effect today Have you ever accidentally set fire to a chimney, or fished for sea trout on a Sunday.
In Scotland, you could be breaking the law. Scottish Civic Government Licensing Law 4th edition. Andrew Hajducki QC and Steven Stuart QC. PUBLISHER: W GREEN ISBN: PRICE: £ They’ve done it again! This is often an opening declaration celebrating a repeat triumph.
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To see information on Publishers go to the Publishers page of Scottish Law Online. The Licensing (Scotland) Act (‘the Act’), an Act of the Scottish Parliament which makes provision for regulating the sale of alcohol, and for regulating licensed premises and other premises on which alcohol is sold, came into full effect in September NHS Health Scotland commissioned a three-year evaluation of the implementation of, and compliance with, the Act.