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Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011

Section 106: Premises licences: who may apply for a review

312.Subsections (2) to (6) amend a number of provisions in the Licensing Act 2003 governing applications for review or summary review of a premises licence, and a review of a licence following the making of a closure order, to reflect the introduction of this measure. Subsections (2) and (6) amend the requirements on a licensing authority to advertise an application for review or summary review, and a review following a closure order, so as to ensure that this is brought to the attention of any persons it may affect, and to advertise the period during which any such person may make representations about the application. These amendments also provide that representations from any persons (other than responsible authorities) must not, in the opinion of the licensing authority, be frivolous or vexatious.

313.Subsection (7) makes provision for the application of these amendments.

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