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The Licensing (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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6.—(1) Within 42 days of the date specified in paragraph (2), a Board is to give notice of a premises licence application or a variation application–

(a)on the Board’s website; or

(b)in a newspaper circulating in the area of the Board.

(2) That date–

(a)in the case of an application falling within article 18 or 19 of the Licensing (Transitional and Saving Provisions) (Scotland) Order 2007(1), is the “appropriate date” in relation to that application (in terms of article 20 of that Order); or

(b)in any other case, is the date on which the Board receives the application.

(3) A notice under paragraph (1)(a) is to remain on the Board’s website for a continuous period of 21 days.

(4) Every notice under paragraph (1) is to specify–

(a)the name of the applicant;

(b)the name and address of any person representing the applicant for the purposes of the application;

(c)the name and address of the premises to which the application relates; and

(d)the date by which objections or representations in respect of the application may be made to the Board.

(5) A notice under paragraph (1) in respect of a premises licence application is to specify whether the application is for a licence for the sale of alcohol for consumption–

(a)on the premises;

(b)off the premises; or

(c)both.

(6) The date specified under paragraph (4)(d) is to be no earlier than 21 days after the date on which the notice under paragraph (1)–

(a)first appeared on the Board’s website; or

(b)appeared in the newspaper.

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