Licensing Act 2003


110Theft, loss, etc. of temporary event noticeE+W

(1)Where a temporary event notice acknowledged under section 102 is lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, the premises user may apply to the licensing authority which acknowledged the notice (or, if there is more than one such authority, any of them) for a copy of the notice.

(2)No application may be made under this section more than one month after the end of the event period specified in the notice.

(3)The application must be accompanied by the prescribed fee.

(4)Where a licensing authority receives an application under this section, it must issue the premises user with a copy of the notice (certified by the authority to be a true copy) if it is satisfied that—

(a)the notice has been lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, and

(b)where it has been lost or stolen, the premises user has reported that loss or theft to the police.

(5)The copy issued under this section must be a copy of the notice in the form it existed immediately before it was lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed.

(6)This Act applies in relation to a copy issued under this section as it applies in relation to an original notice.

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Commencement Information

I1S. 110 wholly in force at 10.11.2005; s. 110 not in force at Royal Assent, see s. 201; s. 110(3) in force at 16.12.2003 by S.I. 2003/3222, art. 2, Sch.; s. 110(1)(2)(4)(6) in force at 10.11.2005 by S.I. 2005/3056, art. 2(1)