Licensing Law Reports
, available as either a print or online subscription, offers comprehensive full text reports of cases on all aspects of licensing law and practice, including disputes over the granting or revocation of licences, the conduct of licensable activities and premises, local authority powers and cases on concurrent financial, regulatory and criminal liabilities of licence holders.Licensing Law Reports
is the only source that brings together cases of this kind and includes Scottish decisions of interest and relevance in England and Wales and is available as both a print and online
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Cases under the Licensing Act 2003 are now included, together with digests of informative liquor licensing appeal decisions from magistrates' courts, betting and gaming cases, cases on the Gambling Act 2005 and cases on the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005.
Published four times a year Licensing Law Reports
provide licensing practitioners and all advisors of licence holders and issuers a comprehensive and regular supply of key judgments.Licensing Law Reports
- Entertainment and late night refreshment
- Betting, gaming and lotteries
- Leisure activities (horse racing to sex shops)
- Local authorities - policies, practices and codes of conduct
- Planning and licensed premises
- Civil liability and VAT
- Regulatory offences
- Human rights - fair hearing, property and private lives
- Street trading, markets and trade marks and many other forms of licensing
Licensing Law Reports
is edited by Kerry Barker
, leading licensing barrister of Guildhall Chambers, Bristol and author of Licensing: The New Law,
now in its second edition (Jordan Publishing).
Consultant Editor Ewen Macgregor
is Senior Associate at the nationally regarded specialist licensing department at Bond Pearce, Bristol.
Both bring many years of experience and expertise to ensure the best selection, editing and headnoting of relevant cases.
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