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Police and Fire Reform (Scotland) Act 2012

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Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 (asp 16)

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29(1)The Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 is amended as follows.

(2)In each of the provisions mentioned in sub-paragraph (3), for each occurrence of the expression “appropriate chief constable” substitute “chief constable”.

(3)The provisions are—

  • section 6(5)(a),

  • section 7(4)(a),

  • section 21(1)(d), (2)(a) and (3),

  • section 22(2A),

  • section 23(6)(a) and (b),

  • section 24(5)(b), (6) and (10)(a),

  • section 24A(1) and (2),

  • section 26(3),

  • section 27A(9)(b)(i),

  • section 33(4), (5) and (7),

  • section 40A(3),

  • section 44(2), (3), (6) and (7),

  • section 47(4A),

  • section 48(2A),

  • section 49(2A),

  • section 51(1)(b),

  • section 56(10),

  • section 57(1)(a),

  • section 61(1)(b),

  • section 67(4)(a)(i),

  • section 69(1)(a) and (2),

  • section 70(1)(a) and (4)(b),

  • section 73(1), (2) and 73(4),

  • section 74(2)(b), (5)(b), (5A)(b) and (7)(b),

  • section 75(4)(b) and 75(5),

  • section 79(2)(b),

  • section 83(2), (3), (5), (6), (7), (8)(b)(ii) and (10)(b).

(4)In section 12A(1) (chief constables’ reports to Licensing Boards and Local Licensing Forums)—

(a)for “Every” substitute “The”,

(b)repeal the words “whose area falls within the police area of the chief constable”.

(5)The title to section 12A becomes “Chief constable’s reports to Licensing Boards and Local Licensing Forums”.

(6)In section 84A (power of chief constable to report conduct inconsistent with the licensing objectives)—

(a)in subsection (1), for “a chief constable” substitute “the chief constable”,

(b)in subsection (2), for “a chief constable” substitute “the chief constable”.

(7)In section 105(3) (purchase of alcohol by or for a child or young person), for “A chief constable” substitute “The chief constable”.

(8)In section 147(1) (interpretation), for the entry for “appropriate chief constable” substitute—

  • “chief constable” means the chief constable of the Police Service of Scotland,.

(9)In section 148 (index of defined expressions) for the words “appropriate chief constable” substitute “chief constable”.

(10)In paragraph 2(6) of schedule 2 (membership of local licensing forums), for paragraph (b) substitute—

(ba)the chief constable,.

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