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Amendment Paper as at
Tuesday 13th May 2003

STANDING COMMITTEE D


LICENSING BILL [LORDS]

NOTE

The Amendments have been arranged in accordance with the Order of the Committee [1st April 2003, as amended on 3rd April 2003].

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

372

Clause     101,     page     57,     line     18,     at end insert 'or by the end of the last working day of the working week if the event period occurs at a weekend or during a period of public holidays'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

346

Clause     102,     page     57,     line     24,     leave out 'ten' and insert 'fifteen'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

421

Clause     102,     page     57,     line     31,     at end insert—

    '(2A)   Where a chief officer of police who receives a premises notice under subsection (1) is not able to visit the premises because no reasonable time has been agreed by the premises user, he must give an objection notice stating that the premises have not been visited and why.'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

347

Clause     102,     page     57,     line     32,     leave out '48' and insert '72'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

348

Clause     102,     page     57,     line     41,     leave out 'each' and insert 'either (or any)'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

343

Clause     103,     page     58,     line     10,     leave out 'crime prevention objective' and insert 'licensing objectives'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

373

Clause     103,     page     58,     line     21,     leave out '24' and insert '48'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

374

Clause     103,     page     58,     line     25,     leave out 'those authorities jointly' and insert 'either of those authorities'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

375

Clause     104,     page     59,     line     12,     after 'police', insert 'who received the notice under section 102(1)'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

376

Clause     104,     page     59,     line     12,     leave out from 'section' to end of line 14.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

219A

Clause     105,     page     59,     line     23,     leave out 'or (4)' and insert ', (4), (4A), (4B) or (5A)'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

344

Clause     105,     page     59,     line     28,     leave out '50' and insert '25'.

   

Nick Harvey

382

Clause     105,     page     59,     line     28,     leave out '50' and insert 'ten'.

   

Jim Knight
Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

326

Clause     105,     page     59,     line     33,     leave out 'five' and insert 'twelve'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

214

Clause     105,     page     59,     line     34,     at end insert ', except where these notices are in accordance with section 98(9), when subsection (4A) shall apply.'.

   

Jim Knight
Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

327

Clause     105,     page     59,     line     35,     leave out 'five' and insert 'twelve'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

215

Clause     105,     page     59,     line     40,     at end insert ', except where these notices are in accordance with section 98(9), when subsection (4A) shall apply.'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

217

Clause     105,     page     59,     line     40,     at end insert 'except where these notices are in accordance with subsection (5A).'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

216

Clause     105,     page     59,     line     40,     at end insert—

    '(4A)   This subsection applies if at least twelve temporary event notices for the sale of alcohol have already been given in the licensing area in any period of twelve months in respect of functions held by the same organisation or branch in accordance with section 98(9).'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

220

Clause     105,     page     59,     line     40,     at end insert—

    '(4B)   This subsection applies if the relevant premises user—

      (a) holds a personal licence, and

      (b) does not hold a Wine Producer's Licence issued under H. M. Customs and Excise Notice 162: Cider and Wine Production.'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

218A

Clause     105,     page     59,     line     42,     at end insert—

    '(5A)   This subsection applies if the relevant premises are a village hall, parish hall, church hall, community centre or similar building for which a premises licence for public entertainment is held, in which case temporary event notices for the sale of alcohol within the hours specified by the premises licence may be granted on up to twenty-four occasions per annum to the officers of bona fide voluntary organisations.'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

377

Clause     105,     page     60,     line     1,     leave out '24' and insert '48'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

387

Clause     106,     page     60,     line     29,     leave out 'crime prevention objective' and insert 'licensing objectives'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

422

Clause     106,     page     60,     line     41,     at end insert 'In this section "reasonable time" means a time agreed by the premises user.'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

388

Clause     107,     page     61,     leave out lines 8 to 18 and insert—

      '(b) secure that the temporary event notice is kept at the premises in his custody or in that of a nominee'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

408

Clause     107,     page     61,     line     12,     after 'a person', insert 'or persons'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

409

Clause     107,     page     61,     line     15,     after 'a persons', insert 'or persons'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

410

Clause     107,     page     61,     line     17,     after 'that person', insert 'or those persons'.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

238

Clause     109,     page     62,     line     21,     after 'alcohol', insert 'or provide regulated entertainment,'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

411

Clause     109,     page     62,     line     21,     at end insert 'in the area of that authority and its nearest authorities'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

430

Clause     109,     page     62,     line     23,     leave out from 'alcohol' to end of line 25.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

412

Clause     109,     page     62,     line     25,     at end insert—

    '(3)   In this section "its nearest authorities" means that licensing authority which in any particular direction is nearer than any other authority.'.


   

Dr Kim Howells

25

Clause     110,     page     62,     line     28,     leave out 'Central Licensing Authority' and insert 'licensing authority which granted the licence'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

294

Clause     110,     page     62,     line     28,     leave out 'Central Licensing Authority' and insert 'licensing authority where the personal licence holder is normally resident or where the personal licence holder is registered as the premises supervisor'.

   

Nick Harvey
Mr Adrian Sanders

141

Page     62,     line     26,     leave out Clause 110.


   

Mr Mark Field
Mr Malcolm Moss
Nick Harvey

275

Schedule     4,     page     119,     line     7,     at end insert—

    '( )   section 107(3) (public performance of a work, knowing that it will infringe copyright);'.


   

Mr Andrew Turner

436

Clause     112,     page     63,     line     3,     at end add 'or, where it is a foreign offence which is not covered by that Act, if a similar offence under English law would have been spent.'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

425

Page     63,     line     1,     leave out Clause 112.


   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

349

Clause     113,     page     63,     line     7,     leave out 'ten' and insert 'five'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

350

Clause     113,     page     63,     line     9,     leave out 'ten' and insert 'five'.

   

Mr Malcolm Moss
Mr Mark Hoban

240

Clause     113,     page     63,     line     18,     leave out 'And'.


   

Dr Kim Howells

26

Clause     115,     page     63,     line     34,     leave out from 'licence' to end of line 35 and insert—

      '(a) must, if the applicant is ordinarily resident in the area of a licensing authority, be made to that authority, and

      (b) may, in any other case, be made to any licensing authority'.

 
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