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The Licensing (Fees) (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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4.—(1) Premises fall within category 1 if–

(a)they are not entered on the valuation roll or there is no rateable value or a nil value shown in respect of them on that roll;

(b)their main function is to provide a visitor attraction and any sale of alcohol on the premises will fall within paragraph (2);

(c)they are used wholly or mainly for the purposes of a club falling within the description specified in regulation 2 of the Licensing (Clubs) (Scotland) Regulations 2007(1); or

(d)their main function is to provide accommodation, they are not open to the public other than for the provision of accommodation, and any alcohol sold on the premises is to be consumed on the premises by guests being accommodated there.

(2) A sale of alcohol falls within this paragraph if–

(a)the alcohol is not to be consumed on the premises; and

(b)it is considered by the relevant Board as likely to be incidental to other activities carried on on the premises.

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