Regulated Premises in UK Law

Leading Cases
  • Re Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Company Ltd's Application
    • Court of Appeal
    • 28 Oct 1955

    It seems to me that if, as sometimes happens, the character of an estate as a whole or of a particular part of it gradually changes, a time will come when the purpose to which I have referred can no longer be achieved, for what was intended at first to be a residential area has become, either through express or tacit waiver of the covenants, substantially a commercial area.

  • Vane v Yiannopoullos
    • House of Lords
    • 19 Nov 1964

    It is, however, quite another matter to extend a long-standing anomaly particularly because there may in this matter be good practical reasons for requiring a licence holder to be specially careful about the person whom he chooses to leave in charge in his absence. One might have expected to find in the Licensing Acts some provisions regulating the position in the common case of a licence holder being absent from the licensed premises during the permitted hours, but there appears to be none.

  • Frome United Breweries Company v Bath Justices
    • House of Lords
    • 07 May 1926

    My Lords, if there is one principle which forms an integral part of the English law, it is that every member of a body engaged in a judicial proceeding must be able to act judicially; and it has been held over and over again that, if a member of such a body is subject to a bias (whether financial or other) in favour of or against either party to the dispute or is in such a position that a bias must be assumed, he ought not to take part in the decision or even to sit upon the tribunal.

  • Hall & Woodhouse Ltd v Poole Borough Council
    • Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
    • 03 Abr 2009

    But the landlord's business in such a case is, in principle, distinct from the activities carried on by the tenant, and I regard it as a complete fallacy to merge the two elements together and to treat the landlord as automatically carrying on the licensable activities at the premises.

  • Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council v Host Group Ltd
    • Court of Appeal
    • 03 Nov 1987

    Thus, like all points of construction, the meaning of this rent review clause depends upon the particular language used interpreted having regard to the context provided by the whole document and the matrix of the material surrounding circumstances, whilst recognising, therefore, that the particular language used will always be of paramount importance, it is proper and only sensible, when construing a rent review clause, to have in mind what normally is the commercial purpose of such a clause.

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Law Firm Commentaries
  • Relaxation Of Licensing Hours For The Royal Wedding
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    • 21 de Abril de 2011
    ...... of State to make an order relaxing opening hours for licensed premises to mark occasions of 'exceptional international, national or local ... sale or supply of alcohol for consumption on the premises;  - regulated entertainment; and   - late night refreshment where alcohol is also ......
  • New Spanish Air Pollution Legislation
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    • 2 de Julio de 2008
    ...... ("Autorización Ambiental Integrada") and. regulated under Law 16/2002 implementing the EU IPPC Directive. This Law governs ... premises. . . Immediately notifying the relevant Regional Government ......
  • Legal Developments In Construction Law: July 2019
    • Mondaq UK
    • 30 de Julio de 2019
    ...... Safety) Order 2005, which regulates fire safety in non-domestic premises. This call for evidence is the first step to update the evidence base to nsure that the Order is fit for purpose for all regulated premises. The consultation and the call for evidence both close on 31 ......
  • Less Filler, Less Killer: Regulation Of The Beauty Industry
    • Mondaq UK
    • 22 de Enero de 2020
    ......, dental nurse, midwife or dental care professional are now regulated by Health Improvement Scotland. However, the procedures themselves are not ... without having to be registered with anyone, and without their premises being regulated. A number of pharmacists have now entered the cosmetic ......
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