3 edition of A practical guide to Scottish licensing law found in the catalog.
A practical guide to Scottish licensing law
J. N. St. C. Jameson
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Fully revised and updated, this book is a handy guide to Scottish civic government lincensing law. The text provides a detailed narrative introduction and a full copy of the consolidated Act along with practical section-by-section annotated commentary guiding you through the law. Ms. Meeker's subtitle of "practical guide" hits the nail on the head. Her analysis is a true marriage of the law, complexities of the OSS, and actual needs of organizations. Whether your business is just a consumer of OSS, or your company is neck-deep in OSS development - this book is a must-read for both the lawyers and s:
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The Book ‘A Practical Guide to Crofting Law’ by Brian Inkster is an introduction to crofting law for those with an interest in it or who may touch upon it. Whether that is lawyers, law students, land agents, crofters, landlords, Members of the Scottish Parliament or anyone else.
The Crofting Law Group arranged for the preparation of the ‘Crofting Law Sump Report’ by Derek Flyn and Keith Graham to collate and prioritise the issues and problems involved.
That was presented to the Scottish Government in November with indications as to how the 57 issues/problems identified in the Report might be solved.
Hewitson has obviously succeeded in his aim of providing a practical guide, both to the new law and to procedures. ‘I recall my first experiences of licensing and practice as a newly qualified solicitor,’ he remarks.
‘How I wished then that there was a clear, concise and practical guide to licensing law 5/5(2). Local Licensing Boards have wide discretion to determine appropriate licensing arrangements according to local needs and circumstances, and their own legal advice.
We publish annual Scottish liquor licensing statistics on the number of premises and personal licences in force, as well as applications and reviews. This guide provides information on. Description This book is intended to assist commercial property practitioners who handle transactions involving licensed properties.
It provides a concise overview, but hopefully, one which highlights issues of importance and when to seek further specialist advice. Contents. ‘A Practical Guide to Crofting Law’ by Brian Inkster has Chapters covering the following areas of crofting law:.
Crofting Law History and Legislation. Crofts and Crofters. Crofting Commission. Scottish Land Court. Register of Crofts and Crofting Register. Statutory Conditions, Landlord’s Reserved Rights, Residency and Cultivation Obligations.
“An invaluable practical guide to demystify crofting law – highly recommended.” Sir Crispin Agnew of Lochnaw Bt QC, Chairman, Crofting Law Group “This is a book that has been awaited since crofting law was formed, a book that lays out what the, notoriously difficult to navigate, ‘sea of legislation’ is about.”.
The Licensing Law Handbook safely guides practitioners through all aspects of the new and revised procedures, including: applications for authorisation operating schedules objections to authorisation the offences, closure powers and s: 1.
The guidance relates to the licensing of funfairs as places of public entertainment, under the Civic Government (Scotland) Act It details the role of Scottish licensing authorities in considering and granting applications for public entertainment licences.
“A thoroughly helpful book outlining how complex law should work in practice. The author’s knowledge, experience and passion shines through resulting in a ‘law book’ that is easier than the norm to read.
This book should be top of the reading list of anyone working or wishing to work in this field.”. Other offences. This Chapter provides guidance about a number of offences contained in the Act. It does not deal with those offences relating to children and defences against such offences which are contained in Chapter 10 of the Guidance, or with offences relating to rights of entry and inspection or non-compliance with administrative requirements with which Licensing Boards will be.
Description. This practical guide is an introduction to crofting law for those with an interest in it or who may touch upon it, whether that is lawyers, law students, land agents, crofters, landlords, or anyone else with an interest in it. Fully revised and updated from the first edition, Scottish Civic Government Licensing Law, 2nd Edition is a handy guide to this area of licensing law.
This book provides a detailed narrative introduction, and a full copy of the consolidated Act along with practical section by section annotated commentary guiding you through the Civic Government (Scotland) Act introduced a uniform code of.
This handbook has been designed as a comprehensive learning guide to accompany the following two Scottish licensing qualifications: Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holders Level 6 (SCPLH) Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holders (Refresher) Level 6 (SCPLHR).
Licensing (Scotland) Act – April - This guidance has been prepared in accordance with section of the Licensing (Scotland) Act This guidance was produced in to support the implementation of the Licensing (Scotland) Act This guidance is currently being reviewed.
Alcohol Byelaws. A number of licensing boards tried to fill the vacuum by publishing byelaws requiring consent to be given for the provision of entertainment, games facilities, the use of television sets and so on – until that approach was ruled unlawful in an appeal decision.
The Licensing (Scotland) Act takes an entirely different approach. As set out in Goff & Jones The Law of Unjust Enrichment 9th Ed. the legislation: effectively give the NHS and the (renamed) Department for Work and Pensions a right to reimbursement from tortfeasors who would otherwise be unjustly enriched at their expense if the damages that they were liable to pay were reduced by the amount of benefit.
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Buy it from The Shetland Times Bookshop in Lerwick. The Shetland Times Bookshop, Commercial Street, Lerwick, ZE1 0AJ. Buy it from Carmina Gadelica in Portree. Licensing (Scotland) Act is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 14 August The Criminal Law (Consolidation) (Scotland) Act is amended Crime and Punishment (Scotland) Act (c.
48) 8. For further information see the Editorial Practice Guide and Glossary under Help. More Resources.We have published practical guidance for the emergency evacuation of disabled people. New buildings. All of the above guidance applies to existing premises and is not a design guide for new buildings.
All new buildings must be designed to mandatory standards set out in the Building (Scotland.‘A Practical Guide to Crofting Law‘ has been in the News and referenced both online and offline by various publications: Scottish Legal News: Brian Inkster’s A Practical Guide to Crofting Law launched in Glasgow Stornoway Gazette: New book about Crofting Law is launched Skye Times Online: New book on crofting law Shetland News: A NEW book for anyone with an interest in the protracted.