Occasional Licence Overview
Occasional Licence Application
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The Licensing ( Scotland ) Act 2005 provides for an Occasional Licence to cater for the sale of alcohol at a venue which does not hold a Premises Licence.
Do I need a Licence?
Yes. If you wish to sell alcohol and the venue is not already covered by a Premises Licence.
What conditions apply to a Licence?
Each licence issued is subject to mandatory conditions. These are attached to all occasional licences granted anywhere in Scotland . In addition to the mandatory conditions, an occasional licence can be made subject to local conditions that are only applicable to a particular licence.
Are you eligible to apply for a Licence?
An applicant must be either:
1. the holder of a Premises Licence, or
2. the holder of a Personal Licence, or
3. a representative of any voluntary organisation.
Are you eligible to hold a licence?
A voluntary organisation can only apply for occasional licences having effect in total for a maximum of 56 days in any period of 12 months.
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