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(1)Where a Licensing Board grants a personal licence application, the Board must issue a personal licence, in the prescribed form, to the applicant.
(2)A personal licence issued under subsection (1) must specify—
(a)the name and address of the individual to whom it is issued,
(b)the Licensing Board issuing the licence,
(c)the expiry date of the licence,
(d)any relevant offence or foreign offence of which the applicant has been convicted, and
(e)such other matters as may be prescribed.
(3)A personal licence is void if, at the time it is issued under subsection (1), the individual to whom it is issued already holds a personal licence.
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