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The Licensing Act 2003 (Hearings) Regulations 2005

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Scope

  5. 4.Period of time within which hearing to be held

  6. 5.Hearings to be held under the provisions listed in column...

  7. 6.Notice of hearing

  8. 7.Information to accompany notice of hearing

  9. 8.Action following receipt of notice of hearing

  10. 9.Right to dispense with hearing if all parties agree

  11. 10.Withdrawal of representations

  12. 11.Power to extend time etc.

  13. 12.(1) Subject to regulation 13, an authority may—

  14. 13.An authority may not exercise its powers under regulations 11...

  15. 14.Hearing to be public

  16. 15.Right of attendance, assistance and representation

  17. 16.Representations and supporting information

  18. 17.Members of the authority may ask any question of any...

  19. 18.In considering any representations or notice made by a party...

  20. 19.The authority shall disregard any information given by a party...

  21. 20.Failure of parties to attend the hearing

  22. 21.Procedure at hearing

  23. 22.At the beginning of the hearing, the authority shall explain...

  24. 23.A hearing shall take the form of a discussion led...

  25. 24.The authority must allow the parties an equal maximum period...

  26. 25.The authority may require any person attending the hearing who...

  27. 26.Determination of applications

  28. 27.Where a hearing has been dispensed with in accordance with...

  29. 28.Notification of determination

  30. 29.Where the authority notifies a party of its determination, the...

  31. 30.Record of proceedings

  32. 31.Irregularities

  33. 32.In any case of such an irregularity, the authority shall,...

  34. 33.Clerical mistakes in any document recording a determination of the...

  35. 34.Notices

  36. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

    2. SCHEDULE 2

    3. SCHEDULE 3

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      Meaning of “determination”

      1. The determination of the authority is the outcome of its...

      2. 1.the relevant representations as defined in section 18(6), in accordance...

      3. 2.the relevant representations as defined in section 31(5), in accordance...

      4. 3.the relevant representations as defined in section 35(5), in accordance...

      5. 4.a notice given under section 37(5), in accordance with section...

      6. 5.a notice given under section 42(6), in accordance with section...

      7. 6.a notice given under section 48(2), in accordance with section...

      8. 7.an application made in accordance with section 51 and any...

      9. 8.the relevant representations as defined in section 72(7), in accordance...

      10. 9.the relevant representations as defined in section 85(5), in accordance...

      11. 10.an application made in accordance with section 87 and any...

      12. 11.a notice given under section 104(2), in accordance with section...

      13. 12.a notice given under section 120(5), in accordance with section...

      14. 13.a notice given under section 121(3), in accordance with section...

      15. 14.a notice given under section 124(3), in accordance with section...

      16. 15.the matters referred to in section 167(5)(a), in accordance with...

      17. 16.the notice given under paragraph 3(2) or (3) of Schedule...

      18. 17.the notice given under paragraph 15(2) or (3) of Schedule...

      19. 18.the notice given under paragraph 25(2) of Schedule 8, in...

  37. Explanatory Note

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