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LICENSING (SCOTLAND) ACT 2005 Jack Cummins

“...only one man could have combined the energy and expertise to produce what will surely be the first of many editions of this work.” Scottish Licensing Law and Practice

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LICENSING (SCOTLAND Jack Cummins 3rd Edition

The Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 completely overhauled Scottish Licensing law, sweeping away the Licensing (Scotland) Act 1976 and necessitating a completely new edition of his essential text. Since then there have been substantial and intricate changes effected by the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010 and the Alcohol etc (Scotland) Act 2010. In this third edition, Jack Cummins again sets out the text of the 2005 Act, incorporating amendments, together with key regulations to which constant reference will be required. This new edition also takes into account a stream of cases from the sheriff court and Court of Session since the previous edition.

KEY RECENT DEVELOPMENTS COVERED IN THE TEXT INCLUDE: • New restrictions on off-trade alcohol promotions • Wider powers for the police • The new appeal procedure • The return of vicarious responsibility in relation to the commission of offences • Further administrative obligations placed on the licensed trade Everybody with an interest in licensing will make constant reference to this text: solicitors in private practice, police officers, licensing board clerks, licensing standards officers and licensing managers. It provides expert insight into the legislation and how it should be viewed and followed, guiding you through difficult issues which can arise daily. This book is the perfect portable companion: while remaining comprehensive, it can be used in the office or taken along to licensing board hearings, allowing you to have the answers you need either pre-prepared or ready at your fingertips. Jack Cummins’ accessible writing style provides a true understanding of complex statutory provisions and through its section by section commentary sheds light on all of the changes since the first edition, making this an indispensible tool for all those involved in licensing in Scotland.


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Jack Cummins is a Partner in Hill Brown, solicitors and editor of Scottish Licensing Law and Practice. He is a leading Scottish Solicitor on Licensing Law and was a member of the Nicholson Committee, many of whose recommendations are embodied in the Act.

REASONS WHY YOU NEED THIS BOOK: • Contains a full copy of the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 as amended • Provides expert insight, allowing you to understand how the legislation affects you and your clients • Covers all changes effected by the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010 and Alcohol etc (Scotland) Act 2010 • Fully up-to-date with the numerous new Scottish Statutory Instruments ensuring you are working with entirely correct information • A portable companion allowing you to have the answers you need when you need them • Covers all the key regulations relating to the Act • Written by expert author Jack Cummins, the person most qualified to analyse this legislation

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