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Private Places of Entertainment (Licensing) Act 1967

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Part IAdopting and Licensing Authorities

AreaAuthority which may adopt this ActLicensing authority
A borough or county district, or part thereof, in which section 51 of the Public Health Acts Amendment Act 1890 is in force.The council of the borough or county district.The licensing justices (as defined in the said section 51) of the licensing area (as so defined) in which the premises are situated.
A county, or part thereof, in which the Home Counties (Music and Dancing) Licensing Act 1926 is in force.The council of the county.The council of the county.
A London boroughThe Greater London Council acting with the consent of the council of the borough.The Greater London Council.
The City of LondonThe Greater London Council acting with the consent of the Common Council.The Greater London Council.
A borough or county district, or part thereof, in which any such enactment as is mentioned in section 1(1)(d) of this Act is in force.If the enactment specifies the council of a county as the body responsible for granting licences under the enactment, that council, and, in any other case, the council of the borough or county district.The body specified by the enactment as the body responsible for granting licences under the enactment.

Part IIProcedure for Adopting Act

1Adoption of this Act shall be effected by a resolution of the local authority expressed to come into force on a date not earlier than one month after the date on which the resolution is passed.

2The consent of the council of a London borough or the Common Council to the passing of any such resolution by the Greater London Council shall be recited in the resolution.

3The local authority shall by an advertisement in one or more newspapers circulating in the area to which the resolution relates—

(a)give notice of the proposed resolution not less than one month before the date on which it is to be passed; and

(b)after passing the resolution and before it comes into force, give notice of the fact that it has been passed and of its terms.

4A copy of such a newspaper as aforesaid containing such a notice as is mentioned in paragraph 3(b) above shall be admissible as evidence of the passing of the resolution specified in the notice, of its terms and of the fact that any consent recited therein pursuant to paragraph 2 above has been given.

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