5(1)Subject to paragraphs 8 and 17 below, any entertainments licence other than a licence in respect of one or more particular occasions only shall, unless previously cancelled under paragraph 10 or revoked under paragraph [F111A or 12(4) or (5)] below, remain in force for one year or for such shorter period specified in the licence as the appropriate authority may think fit.E+W
(2)Where an entertainments licence has been granted to any person, the appropriate authority 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.
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