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Sex LicensingBy Philip Kolvin QCInstitute of Licensing, 2010 ISBN: 978-0-9555392-2-0
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Gambling for Local Authorities:
Planning, Licensing and Regeneration
Philip Kolvin QC
Now only £25.00 plus p&p
Issue 2 followed in March 2012, and we are now into our second year of a thrice yearly programme. The Journal has been exceptionally well received and we consider it to be an unbeatable membership benefit.
We are indebted to our Editorial Team: Leo Charlambides, Julia Sawyer and Natasha Mounce who are in the process of finalising Issue 3 ready for publication in July 2012.Our thanks also to our contributors and sponsors without whom the JoL would not be possible. The production of a regular hard copy publication has been a goal for the IoL for some time now, and we are proud and pleased to fulfil that goal, providing this essential reference tool free to IoL members.
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Local Government Licensing Law in Scotland - A Practical Guide by Stephen J McGowanISBN - 978-0-9555392-3-7
The IoL is proud to announce its 4th licensing book publication. Local Government Licensing Law in Scotland – A practical guide, written by leading Scottish licensing solicitor and established author Stephen J McGowan.
The book is now available for immediate dispatch.
Costs:IoL Members - £30.00 + P&PNon Members - £40.00 + P&P
For the first time in the history of Scots law an author has brought together a legal textbook which acts as a practical guide to the procedures of what is commonly known as “civic licensing" providing local authority staff, solicitors, the police, enforcement officers and operators with an easy-to-read 350 page guide to the Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 and related legislation. In every case the author guides us through application procedures, possible exemptions, perils and pitfalls, enforcement and offences, as well as real-life examples of how it all works in practice.
“In his inimitable style Stephen has produced yet another work which will commend itself to the library of the busy licensing practitioner…the breadth of the work is quite astonishing. Once again he is to be commended for bringing a text onto the market which is both informative and entertaining. It is rare indeed that a legal text can be described as entertaining. It is no rarity when Stephen McGowan is the author” Scott Blair, Advocate, Murray Stable
This new text is a long overdue and invaluable desktop tool for anyone involved or interested in the process of local government licensing in Scotland.