Legal | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 9

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Trade braced for further reform

Increased regulation and bureaucracy putting pressure on operators, lawyers say SCOTLAND’S licensed trade is facing its third piece of legislation since the …

Yet more change is on the horizon

Forthcoming Licensing Bill set to bring raft of amendments THE Licensing (Scotland) Act 1976 was long past its sell-by date. It had failed to keep pace with …

Legal Q&A

Jack Cummins is one of Scotland’s leading licensing lawyers. Every month he writes on licensing law and answers readers’ questions in SLTN. Click on …

Further controls could hamper trade

Health influence on policies not always best medicine By Jack Cummins AS licensing boards move towards the completion of their new policy statements, which …

Conditions can be a criminal affair

Legislation leaves operators at greater risk of prosecution By Jack Cummins ACCORDING to a report in a daily newspaper, a Glasgow barman will stand trial in …

Setting the training record straight

Confusion over refresher deadline could put businesses at risk IN my last legal column, I outlined the dangers lying in wait for personal licence holders who …

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 …

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