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Licensing Act 2003

Section 132 – Licence holder’s duty to notify licensing authority of convictions

214.This section requires that, where the holder of a licence is convicted of a relevant offence or foreign offence, and the courts are not aware of the existence of the licence, the holder must notify the licensing authority as soon as possible about the conviction and the outcome of any appeal against a conviction. Failure to comply with this section is an offence.

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