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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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The approved new tightened rules also say that when ownership of a breeding bitch or puppy is transferred the name, address and telephone number of the new owner must be recorded by the licence holder.
Councillor Nelson added: "This store had become a magnet for alcohol-related anti-social behaviour and has attracted an increasing number of complaints since Mr Issmatt became the premise licence holder in June 2013.
Mr Chaplin said environmental officers had issued several warning letters and had given the licence holders advice on controlling the noise, but complaints from local residents have continued.
Every few days, a draw of sorts of motor vehicle licence holders will be conducted.
A personal licence fee costs 42 [pounds sterling], in addition to the three-figure payment to put each licence holder through the necessary 10 hours of training.
The aim of the scheme is to give licence holders the opportunity to discuss issues that affect them, including the new licensing laws.
Some non- licence holders will also be asked to attend as the board aim to get swiftly to the bottom of the problems which have once again blighted the image of the sport.
Operator licence applicants and existing licence holders will be assessed against new financial standing levels in 2014.
Her cousin, Talish Mahmood Ahmed, has already taken over the business but has yet to be approved as a premises licence holder.
Fewer visitors in turn has led many licence holders to give up due to poor sales.
Now North of England licence holder Jonathan Ward is expanding his territory - previously limited to the North-East regions of Tyneside, Wearside, Teesside and County Durham - after acquiring the licence for Yorkshire.
PUBS and clubs across Coventry and Warwickshire may be forced to train a second personal licence holder (PLH) to ensure they are trading within the law.