97 Restrictions concerning justices’ licences for restaurants and guest-houses, etc.E+W
(1)Licensing justices shall not attach to any new justices’ on-licence—
(a)any conditions calculated to restrict the sale or supply of intoxicating liquor to a sale or supply in connection with the service of meals, other than such condition as is required to be attached to a restaurant licence (modified, if need be, to allow for any sale or supply which it is desired to authorise in addition to the sale or supply in connection with the service of table meals); or
(b)any conditions calculated to restrict the sale or supply of intoxicating liquor to a sale or supply to persons residing in the licensed premises, other than such condition as is required to be attached to a residential licence (modified, if need be, to allow for any sale or supply which it is desired to authorise in addition to a sale or supply to persons residing in the premises).
(2)No justices’ licence other than a restaurant licence shall be granted for a restaurant carried on under the powers of the M1Civic Restaurants Act 1947.
(3)Paragraphs (a) to (c) of subsection (4) of section 94 of this Act shall apply also to any conditions which are in the same terms as those set out in subsection (1)(b) or subsection (2)(b) of that section but are attached to a justices’ licence which is not a Part IV licence.
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