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Nottingham City Council Act 2003

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4Registration of dealers in second-hand goods and premises

(1)Subject to sections 8 (Application to existing dealers in second-hand goods) and 9 (Renewal of registration) of this Act—

(a)a person shall not in the city carry on a trade or business the whole or part of which consists of transactions in second-hand goods when he is not registered by the council under this section or exempted from registration by section 7 (Exemptions under Part 2) of this Act; and

(b)when he is not so exempted, he shall not carry on such a business in premises in the city which are occupied by him when the premises are not so registered.

(2)On application for registration under this section the council shall register the applicant and, if the applicant specifies premises, those premises and issue to the applicant a certificate of registration on which there shall appear a registration number.

(3)An application for registration under this section shall be made in writing to the council and the applicant shall in the application state—

(a)his name and private address or, if the application is made by or on behalf of a body corporate or partnership, the registered or principal office of such body or partnership as the case may be and the names and private addresses of the directors, partners or other persons directly or indirectly responsible for the management thereof; and

(b)the address of each place in the city which is occupied by the applicant for the purposes of the business.

(4)Where there is any alteration in the particulars mentioned in subsection (3)(a) or (b), the person registered shall within 14 days notify the council of the fact, and the council shall thereupon amend their register.

(5)Registration under this section shall remain in force for three years from the date of registration.

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