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Premises Licence

Apply for an interim authority notice

If a premise licence has lapsed because the holder of the licence;

  • has died,
  • now lacks capacity to hold the licence,
  • becomes insolvent,

or if the premises;

  • is dissolved,
  • ceases to be a recognised club,

you can apply for a interim authority notice to reinstate the licence.

This is detailed in the Legislative Reform (Licensing) (Interim Authority Notices) Order 2010.

A notice allows time for the licence to be transferred to a new licence holder.

You must complete an application within 28 days of the lapse.

There is an application fee of £23.

Apply for an interim authority notice.

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