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Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005

Section 91 – Power to prescribe licensing qualifications

190.This section provides a power for the Scottish Ministers to set out in regulations the mandatory requirements for a qualification required to obtain a personal licence. Different qualifications could be prescribed in relation to different types of licensed premises. For example, the premises manager for a particular type of licensed premises may be required to hold the appropriate qualification prescribed for that type of premises (see paragraph 4(1)(d) of schedule 3).

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