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The Licensing (Northern Ireland) Order 1996

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Register of licencesN.I.

34.[F1(1)  The Department of Justice shall cause to be kept (whether by clerks of petty sessions or otherwise) a register, in such form as may be prescribed, of licences granted under this Order; and there shall be recorded in the register in respect of each licence—]

(a)the matters which under Article 33 are required to be specified in the licence;

(b)particulars of any renewal or transfer, or the surrender, of the licence;

(c)particulars of any condition imposed under Article 7(12) or any direction given under Article 7(10) or 15(5)(a) and any cancellation of any such direction;

(d)particulars of any direction given under Article 7(13) or 15(6) and particulars of any variation or cancellation of any such direction;

(e)particulars of any protection order and of any notice served under Article 28(3);

(f)particulars of any order made under Article 8(1) or (3), 31 (1), (3) or (4), 43, 44 or 48 in respect of premises specified in the licence and of any requirement in respect of those premises notice of which is served on him under Article 31(1)(ii);

(g)particulars of any children's certificates granted in respect of premises specified in the licence;

(h)particulars of any conviction of the licence holder of any offence such as is mentioned in Article 75(1) and of any order made in consequence of the conviction;

[F2(ha)particulars of any conviction of the licence holder of any offence under this Order and of any penalty points endorsed on the licence or any suspension order made in consequence of the conviction;]

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(j)such other matters as may be prescribed by regulations.

(2) [F4The Department of Justice shall also arrange for the keeping of the plans received under] , Article 8(1)(b), paragraph 4 of Schedule 6 and paragraph 8 of Schedule 8, and those plans shall be deemed to be matters which are required to be, and have been, recorded in the register under paragraph (1).

F5(3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(4) [F6The Department may cause such alterations to be made] in the register as are necessary to ensure that the matters recorded therein in respect of any licence are accurate.

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