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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 daya after the last armed robbery a test purchasing officer f visited to buy alcohol to check if there was a premises licence holder present.
Then in January, one day after the latest armed robbery, the shop was subjected to a further test purchasing operation to see if staff would sell alcohol without a licence holder present.
But the government hit back over the criticism yesterday and said it never planned to include existing provisional licence holders.
He said there was a lack of clarity about who would be the designated premises supervisor and conflicting evidence from the applicant about the current involvement in the business of the previous licence holders.
Mr Okasha has been the premises licence holder of Ameens since 2005.
The new plans give different penalties for a new applicant, someone wanting to renew an expired licence and a licence holder. For example it recommends that a new applicant with a conviction for GBH will be refused a licence and not considered for one for at least three years after the conviction.
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.
Since then, a provisional licence holder has had to be accompanied by a full licence holder.
The Board's general secretary Simon Block said: "The purpose of the inquiry will be to establish the facts, and from those facts to deal with any licence holder who may have contributed in some way, shape or form to the situation.
Under the proposed framework, a Unified Licence holder will be permitted to provide any and all telecommunications services (be they fixed or mobile, voice or data), including, subject to notifying the CITC in accordance with the regulations, and compliance with the associated requirements, those the subject of a Wholesale Licence or a General Class Licence.
The licence holder will be able to establish offices across all 36 districts of Punjab where applicants will be able to apply for computerised number plates.
Simply put QUALICOAT licence holders are companies who want to offer quality architectural powder coating that stands the test of time, the growing number of architectural specifications bare this out as the industry realises that by specifying an independently audited QUALICOAT licence holder for their coating requirements ensures an ongoing powder coat quality.