Legal | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 16

Scottish Licensed Trade News

A case for licence holder defence

A recent legal change reintroduced the concept of vicarious liability to licensing law. Solicitor Caroline Treanor looks at the implications ON December 13, …

No clear end to forecourt debate

Recent judgement on garage licensing was welcome but it may not be the last word IT’S all about just a handful of words A few expressions in the Licensing …

LP links up with law firm

LEGAL firm Lindsays has launched a new licensing service for members of buying group LP Pub Company. The new deal means members of LP Pub Company, which has …

Policies hold key to board power

Promotion of licensing objectives gives authorities wide-ranging influence ONCE in a while, the courts hand down a judgment that has a profound impact on the …

Age policy brings fresh challenges

Implementing scheme on a Saturday will put staff under pressure WHILE a war of words raged round the minimum pricing proposal in the Alcohol Bill, another …

Minor news has to be welcome

Changes to variations regulations will cut costs from system IN the years I have been writing this column there have been precious few occasions when it has …

Buck stops with boss under Act

But vicarious responsibility provision does offer due diligence defence MAJOR changes to the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 were introduced in the run-up to …

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