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    13. Occasional licences

    (1) An application for an occasional licence shall specify the date upon which, and the place or places where, a proposed sale is to be held and the business conducted.

    (2) A person shall not be entitled to the grant of more than 5 occasional licences in respect of a place or places within the same police district in any period of 12 consecutive months.

    (3) A person shall not be entitled to hold more than one occasional licence, whether in respect of the same police district or not, at any one time.

    (4) An occasional licence is not transferable.

    (5) On payment of the prescribed fee, and on being satisfied that the proposed licensee is a fit and proper person to hold an occasional licence and that no other circumstances make it undesirable, the magistrate may grant an occasional licence in relation to the occasion and circumstances specified in the application and which shall be stated in the licence, subject to such conditions, limitations or restrictions as he thinks fit.

    (6) An occasional licence shall take effect from the day therein specified, but shall not be granted for a period or periods of more than 7 days in the aggregate or for a place outside the police district.

    (7) Where an applicant is the holder of a licence granted to be used for the benefit of a firm or corporation, he shall not be entitled to the grant of an occasional licence which appears to the magistrate likely to relate to the same or a similar class of business unless he satisfies the magistrate that the firm or corporation has consented to the making of the application.



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