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The Licensing (Northern Ireland) Order 1996

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F1Sch. 10A inserted (1.5.2012 for specified purposes, 10.12.2012 for specified purposes, 1.1.2013 for specified purposes) by Licensing and Registration of Clubs (Amendment) Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 (c. 18), s. 18, Sch. 1; S.R. 2012/48, art. 2, Sch.; S.R. 2012/405, art. 2, Sch.; S.R. 2012/420, art. 2, Sch.


Article of OrderGeneral nature of offencePenalty points
30(8)Selling of intoxicating liquor etc. otherwise than in accordance with an occasional licence3-4
30(9)Failure to admit constable where there is an occasional licence3-4
47(7)Selling of intoxicating liquor etc. otherwise than during hours or in premises specified in an extension licence3-4
50(2)Selling etc. of intoxicating liquor for consumption off the premises on Christmas Day or Easter Day3-4
51(5)Failure to comply with conditions as to sale etc. in guest houses and restaurants3-4
52(2)Failure to comply with conditions as to sale etc. in places of public entertainment3-4
52A(2)Failure to comply with conditions as to sale etc. in indoor arenas [F2or outdoor stadia]3-4
54(2)Failure to comply with conditions as to sale etc. in seamen's canteens3-4
56(2)Permitting consumption of intoxicating liquor in unlicensed part of premises3-4
57(1) or (2)Breaching terms of off-licence3-4
60B(4)Failure to display notice relating to age3-4
65(1)Allowing prostitutes to assemble on licensed premises3-4
69A(4)Keeping premises open after closure made under Article 69A3-4
80(5)Failure to comply with licence for non-seagoing vessels3-4

F2Words in Sch. 10A Pt. 1 inserted (1.9.2016) by Licensing Act (Northern Ireland) 2016 (c. 24), ss. 7(3), 8(1)


Article of OrderGeneral nature of offencePenalty points
5(6)Failure to comply with licence in respect of certain premises4-5
58(10)Allowing person under 18 to be in licensed premises in contravention of Article 58(2) or (8)4-5
61(1)Permitting drunkenness, or selling intoxicating liquor to a drunken person4-5
71(2)Failure to admit constable etc.4-5


Article of OrderGeneral nature of offencePenalty points
3(2)Selling etc. intoxicating liquor in premises not authorised by a licence5-6
8(4)Failure to comply on grant of licence with court order to make alterations etc.5-6
31(6)Failure to comply with court order to restore premises as far as possible to original condition5-6
41(2)Selling intoxicating liquor etc., otherwise than during permitted hours5-6
55(2)Selling liquor etc. other than of certain kind5-6
57A(5)Contravention of regulations as to irresponsible drinks promotions5-6
57B(2)Contravention of regulations as to pricing of intoxicating liquor5-6
60(6)Selling of intoxicating liquor etc. to person under 18 in contravention of Article 60(1)5-6
67(3)Supplying etc. intoxicating liquor at any entertainment5-6
68(3)Supplying etc. intoxicating liquor in premises used by a club5-6
69B(6)Permitting premises to be open in contravention of closure order under Article 69B5-6
69F(5)Permitting premises to be open etc. in contravention of court's decision about closure order5-6]

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