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The Licensing (Indoor Arenas) (Northern Ireland) Order 2004

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5.—(1) In Article 7 of the principal Order (grant of licences), in paragraph (12) after the word “entertainment” there shall be inserted “or an indoor arena”.

(2) In Article 15 of the principal Order (renewal of licences by a court)—

(a)in paragraph (2)(e)(ii), for “(j)” there shall be substituted “(k)”;

(b)in paragraph (2)(f), for the words “or a place of public entertainment” there shall be substituted “, a place of public entertainment or an indoor arena”; and

(c)after paragraph (6) there shall be inserted—

(6A) A court which renews a licence for an indoor arena may attach to the licence such conditions as it thinks fit..

(3) After Article 77 of the principal Order (special conditions with respect to grant or renewal of licences for seamen’s canteens) there shall be inserted—

Indoor arenas

Attachment of conditions to licences for indoor arenas

77A.(1) Without prejudice to Article 7(12) or 15(6A), a court of summary jurisdiction may at any time where an application is made to it under this Article, exercise with respect to a licence for an indoor arena, the powers conferred on it by paragraph (2).

(2) The court may, if satisfied that it is appropriate to do so—

(a)attach to the licence such conditions as it thinks fit, or

(b)vary or remove any condition attached to the licence.

(3) An application for the purposes of paragraph (2)(a) may only be made by the district commander of the police district in which the indoor arena is situated..

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