The Practitioner's Concise Guide to Liquor Licensing
Irish law. This guide provides practitioners, and in particular solicitors who advise publicans and other licence holders on a regular basis and also who appear constantly before the District Courts for the various licences and exemptions, with a straightforward, easy to use account of the various applications.
A matter of huge concern to solicitors is the ever increasing field of professional negligence. The Guide will deal with the steps that must be taken relating to the purchase or lease of a licensed premises. Reference only in passing will be made to applications for on-licences which are made in the Circuit Court, and which are governed by statute and the Rules of the Circuit Court 2001.
Contents: Solicitor's duty to client and professional negligence; Licensed premises: licensee and customer; Trading hours; The District Court; The Fire officer; Application for off-licence; Application for transfer of licence; Application for special exemption orders; Annual licensing; Offences: Endorsable; Offences: Temporary closure; Retail licences; Wholesale licences.
Please note Bloomsbury Professional acquired this title from First Law in July 2010.