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LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 1974

Provided that, if the licensing authority refuses to grant or transfer a licence on the ground specified in section 15(1)(a)(i) or (ii), it shall be sufficient for it to state that it does not consider it expedient that the licence should be granted or transferred.

(3) When considering an application for the grant of a licence, the licensing authority shall have due regard to the public welfare and to the suitability of the premises in respect of which the application is made.

Classes of licence

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  • (1)

    Licences under this Act shall be of nine classes, namely—

    • (a)

      a Licence (A) for the sale on the premises in respect of which the licence is granted of intoxicating liquor not to be consumed on such premises, or on any premises contiguous thereto in the occupation of the licensed person;

    • (b)

      a Restricted Licence (A) for the sale in any shop occupied by the licence holder of intoxicating liquor in bonded packages for consumption outside Bermuda;

    • (c)

      a Licence (B) for the sale on the premises in respect of which the licence is granted of intoxicating liquor to be consumed on such premises;

    • (d)

      an Hotel Licence for the sale on the premises in respect of which the licence is granted of intoxicating liquor to be consumed on such premises;

    • (e)

      a Restaurant Licence for the sale on the premises in respect of which the licence is granted of intoxicating liquor to be consumed on such premises;

    • (f)

      a Night Club Licence for the sale on the premises in respect of which the licence is granted of intoxicating liquor to be consumed on such premises;

    • (g)

      a Proprietary Club Licence for the sale on the premises in respect of which the licence is granted to bona fide members of the proprietary club of intoxicating liquor to be consumed on such premises;

    • (h)

      a Members’ Club Licence for the sale on the premises in respect of which the licence is granted to bona fide members of a members’ club, and guests introduced by them, of intoxicating liquor to be consumed on or off such premises;

    • (i)

      a Tour Boat Licence for the sale on the boat (being a boat equipped to carry not fewer than ten passengers) in respect of which the licence is granted, of intoxicating liquor to be consumed on the boat.

  • (2)

    A Licence (A) or Restaurant Licence may be limited to the sale of beer and wine

only and any such limitation shall be endorsed on the licence. (3) Licences shall be in the forms prescribed by regulations made under section

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