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(1)If any applicant for the grant, renewal [F1, permanent transfer, temporary transfer under section 25(1A) of this Act or confirmation of transfer under subsection (4) of that section] of a licence or for a regular extension of permitted hours, either by himself or by another person at the instigation of the applicant, attempts to influence a member of a licensing board to support his application at any time before its consideration by the board, he shall be guilty of an offence.
(2)If proceedings are pending under subsection (1) above, the licensing board may adjourn consideration of an application to which the proceedings relate until the proceedings are concluded.
(3)If an applicant is convicted of an offence under subsection (1) above in relation to an application before the board, the board may refuse to consider the application.
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