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3.—(1) A person making an application must give notice of the application to–
(a)the person who holds the premises licence to which the application relates; and
(b)each of the authorities which in accordance with section 157 of the Act are the responsible authorities in relation to the premises to which the application relates.
(2) Where the application is made by a responsible authority, the reference in paragraph (1)(b) to each of the responsible authorities in relation to the premises does not include a reference to the authority making the application.
(3) Subject to regulation 12, a notice under paragraph (1) must be in the form specified in Schedule 1 and must in particular specify the period of 28 days starting on the relevant date as the period during which representations about the application may be made to the licensing authority by–
(a)the person who holds the premises licence to which the application relates;
(b)a responsible authority in relation to the premises; or
(c)a person who is an interested party(1) in relation to the premises.
(4) A notice under paragraph (1) must be given within the period of 7 days starting on the date on which the application is made.
(5) In this regulation and regulation 4, “the relevant date” in relation to an application means the day immediately following the last day of the period referred to in paragraph (4).
See section 158 of the Act for the meaning of “interested party”.
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