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Licensing law is determined by the Licensing Act 2003 which came into effect in November 2005.
The Licensing Act 2003 introduces separate licenses for the premises and for individuals. These are known respectively as the Premises License and Personal License.
In order for the sale of alcohol to take place, the premises must have a Premises License and the designated premises supervisor must hold a Personal License.
The Act makes the regulation of licensable activities the responsibility of the local district and borough councils.
Sometimes local authorities will seek to revoke a license and, on such occasions, it is vital that you receive the right legal advice.
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