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2(1)A licence shall not authorise the carrying-on of more than one activity to which section 16 applies.E+W+N.I.
(2)A licence shall—
(a)specify the premises where the licensed activity is authorised to be carried on, and
(b)designate an individual as the person under whose supervision the licensed activity is authorised to be carried on.
(3)A licence shall not authorise the licensed activity to be carried on—
(a)on premises at different places, or
(b)under the supervision of more than one individual.
(4)It shall be a condition of a licence—
(a)that the licensed activity shall be carried on only on the premises specified in the licence;
(b)that the licensed activity shall be carried on only under the supervision of the individual designated in the licence as the person under whose supervision it is authorised to be carried on;
(c)that such information about such matters relating to the carrying-on of the licensed activity as may be specified in directions shall be recorded in such form as may be so specified;
(d)that any record made for the purposes of the condition in paragraph (c) shall be kept until the end of such period as may be specified in directions;
(e)that there shall be provided to such person and at such intervals as may be specified in directions—
(i)such copies of, or extracts from, any record to which the condition in paragraph (d) relates, and
(ii)such other information,
as may be so specified;
(f)that there shall be paid to the Authority at such times as may be specified in directions sums of such amount as may be so specified in respect of its costs in connection with superintending compliance with the terms of licences.
(5)Directions for the purposes of sub-paragraph (4) may be given in relation to licences generally, licences of a particular description or a particular licence.
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