Licensing Solicitors

Licensing can be a complex issue with the potential to have serious consequences for you and your business. The 2003 Licensing Act requires anyone wishing to sell alcohol, hot food or drink after 11pm, or wanting to provide certain forms of entertainment to comply with the requirements of a dual system of both personal and premises licenses.

Different rules can apply to you and your business depending upon the nature of your business and how you operate. It is important to ensure that you are following the appropriate requirements to avoid potentially costly penalties.

Our lawyers at Sills & Betteridge can deal with all aspects of licensing and advise you on the regulations which will apply to you so that you can run your business efficiently.

Matters we can help you with include:

  • acquisitions of licences
  • appeals against the loss of a licence
  • transfers of licences
  • variations of licences
  • Licensing Representation

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