The Licensed Trade : A User's Handbook
For the first time ever, the liquor licensing code is brought to the licensee in a comprehensive and easy to use guide. "The Licensed Trade: A User's Handbook" is designed for those who work in the industry, including, publicans, hoteliers, theatre licensees, nightclub owners and those who operate off licence premises, supermarkets and convenience stores. "The Licensed Trade: A User's Handbook" explains the implications of the Intoxicating Liquor Act 2008. The essentials of managing a licensed premise are outlined in this book, including: trading hours and late night trading; control of premises; occupiers liability; under-age persons; the smoking ban; employees rights; the right to refuse. This book details the different types of licence and their renewal, transfer and sale. General offences and temporary closure orders are also reviewed. This easy to use handbook is designed as a quick and useful reference for everyone working in the licensed trade.
- Book | 100 pages
- 156 x 234 x 7.11mm | 182g
- 01 Sep 2008
- Clarus Press Ltd
- Dublin 8, Ireland
Table of contents
PART ONE Management of a Licensed Premises 1. General Trading Hours 2. Late Night Trading/Night Clubs 3. The Smoking Ban 4. Controlling Your Premises 5. Under-age 6. Employees 7. Occupiers Liability 8. Right To Refuse: Equality Legislation PART TWO Licences 9. Pub Licences: New and Lapsed Licences and Extensions 10. Off-Licences 11. Hotels 12. Restaurants 13. Renewal and Transfers 14. Selling a Licence PART THREE Offences 15. Endorsement 16. Temporary Closure Order
About Constance Cassidy
Constance Cassidy is the leading legal expert on licensing law in Ireland and author of several books on the same subject.