Belfast City Council v. Miss Behavin’ Ltd. – WLR Daily

Posted May 23rd, 2007 in law reports, licensing by sally

Belfast City Council v. Miss Behavin’ Ltd. [2007] UKHL 19 

“A licensing authority, in refusing an application for a sex establishment licence, had been entitled to take objections and representations made after the expiry of the prescribed 28-day period into account. Where it had acted fairly and properly exercised its powers its decision was not vitiated by failure to refer specifically to the applicant’s Convention rights.”

WLR Daily, 25th April 2007


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