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4(1)This paragraph shall apply to any boxing or wrestling entertainment (that is to say, any public contest, exhibition or display of boxing or, as the case may be, wrestling) which is provided [F1wholly or mainly in the open air] in Greater London other than such an entertainment provided—E+W
(a)by a travelling showman at a pleasure fair;
(b). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F2
(c)by members of the Boy Scouts’ Association or of any organisation constituted by the Boy Scouts’ Association in pursuance of their charter;
(d)by any school; or
(e)by a bona fide association, club, hospital or society not carried on for profit.
(2)A boxing or wrestling entertainment to which this paragraph applies shall not be given elsewhere than at premises licensed for the purpose in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph and in accordance with the terms of that licence.
(3)The Council may grant to any applicant therefor and from time to time renew a licence to use any premises specified therein for the purpose of a boxing or wrestling entertainment on such terms and conditions and subject to such restrictions as may be so specified.
(4)Subject to the next following sub-paragraph and to paragraph 19 (3) of this Schedule, a licence granted under this paragraph shall, unless previously cancelled under paragraph 8 or revoked under paragraph 10 (4) of this Schedule, remain in force for one year or for such shorter period specified in the licence as the Council may think fit.
(5)The Council may grant a licence under this paragraph in respect of such one or more particular occasions only as may be specified in the licence, and a licence granted by virtue of this sub-paragraph is hereafter in this Schedule referred to as an [F3“occasional outdoor boxing or wrestling licence”].
(6)Where a licence has been granted under this paragraph to any person, the Council may if they think fit transfer that licence to any other person on the application of that other person or the holder of the licence.
[F4(7)In this paragraph “premises” includes any place.]
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[F55(1)An applicant for the grant, renewal, transfer or variation of a licence under paragraph 4 or the variation of such a licence under paragraph 18 of this Schedule shall not later than the day the application is made send a copy of the application to the Commissioner and to the fire authority and, subject to sub-paragraph (2) below, no such application shall be considered by the Council unless the applicant complies with this sub-paragraph.E+W
(2)Where an application for the grant, renewal, transfer or variation of a licence has been made and the applicant has failed to send a copy of the application in accordance with the requirement of sub-paragraph (1) above the Council may, in such cases as they think fit and after duly consulting with the party who was not supplied with a copy of the said application, waive such a requirement.
(3)In considering any such application the Council shall have regard to any observations submitted to them by the Commissioner and the fire authority within twenty-eight days of the making of the application and may have regard to any observation submitted by them thereafter.
(4)An applicant for any such grant, renewal, transfer or variation of a licence shall furnish such particulars and give such other notices, including the public advertisement of the application, as the Council may by regulation prescribe.
(5)Regulations under sub-paragraph (4) above may prescribe the procedure for determining applications.]
6The person making an application for the grant, renewal or transfer of a licence under paragraph 4 of this Schedule shall on making the application pay to the Council such fee as the Council may fix . . . F6E+W
[F76AWhere, before the date of expiry of a licence granted under paragraph 1 [F8, 3A] or 4 of this Schedule, an application has been made for the renewal of that licence, the licence shall be deemed to remain in force notwithstanding that the date of expiry of the licence has passed, until the determination of the application by the Council or until the withdrawal of the application.]E+W
[F96BWhere, before the date of expiry of a licence granted under paragraph 1 [F10, 3A] or 4 of this Schedule, an application has been made for the transfer of that licence, the licence shall be deemed to remain in force (with any necessary modifications) notwithstanding that the date of expiry of the licence has passed or that the applicant for such transfer is carrying on at the premises in respect of which the licence was granted the functions to which the licence relates, until the determination of the application by the Council or the withdrawal of the application.]E+W
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