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licence holder

A named person under the Human Tissue Act 2004 (UK) who is a suitable person, by which the Act means a party (either an individual—e.g., Chief Executive—or a corporate body—e.g., an NHS Trust) involved in some managerial capacity in the establishment concerned (premises where the licensed activity is to take place), rather than someone who is entirely remote from it. The licence holder is often also the so-called designated individual under the HTA 2004.
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Classification of the hotel apartments is subject to the classification of the entire building in which the hotel apartments are located and therefore the licence holder cannot commence its operations prior to such classification.
Additionally, Mr Smith (legal representative for the applicant) confirmed that the premises licence holder was fully aware of the previous failures of the old licence holder and that of the security company employed, and was effectively presenting a brand new beginning for the premises.
We are talking about the difference between training 50,000 and 150,000 personal licence holders if every shift has to be covered.
Licence holders deemed to have contributed to the fracas could in theory have their licences withdrawn.
The Sustainable Forest Licence holders harvesting wood fibre on Crown forests north and east of Sault Ste.
He warned all licence holders to be extra vigilant so that any problems could be ironed out.
Councillor Steve Nelson, Stockton Council's Cabinet member for housing and community safety, said: "As a premise licence holder wishing to sell alcohol, Mr Issmatt's duty was to ensure he nominated a designated premises supervisor to take day-to-day responsibility for the running of the business.
Shamim Akhtar,r the licence holder of the Nabcr a oft Rise shop, has 21 daysa to appeal.
IN reply to Sue Bell, 'Armstrong Bridge puzzle' I have been a licence holder for about six years and have seen a marked decrease in both licence holders and customers in the last couple of years.
A licence holder must apply to renew their licence every five years and further checks are carried out.
Any applicant or licence holder appearing at public inquiry before a traffic commissioner after 1 January 2014, where additional evidence of financial standing is requested, will be required to satisfy the new levels.
A report shows Jat's sold alcohol outside of permitted times and when a premises licence holder was not present.