Legal | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 10

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Act now to avoid the training trap

Major ramifications for those who fail to comply with refresher rules By Jack Cummins EXCEPT in the case of certain members’ clubs, every premises licence …

More regulation not the best medicine

Current alcohol controls a stepping stone to tougher measures? By Jack Cummins THE smoking ban introduced just over seven years ago dealt a hammer blow to the …

Overprovision back in the spotlight

Health lobby seeks to make its mark on policy statements By Jack Cummins EVERY three years licensing boards must prepare and publish a statement of licensing …

Long arm of the law tightens grip on trade

THE raft of new alcohol and licensing legislation introduced in recent years has led to increased red tape, financial strain and confusion for the Scottish …

Landmark ruling to impact on fees?

Judgement capable of ensuring charges cannot exceed costs IT’S not very often the bureaucrats in Brussels devise legislation that could actually ease the …

Lidl ruling will affect wider trade

Decisions don’t just bring clarity for those who lodge appeals NEWS of the landmark decision in Lidl’s appeal against a licence suspension managed to knock …

Take care in the transfer window

Operators reopening closed premises must carry out thorough checks A QUESTION from an SLTN reader raises issues of considerable importance to the trade that …

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