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Off-Licences, London

Volume 477: debated on Thursday 6 July 1950

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department to state, in respect of the City of London and the County of London, the number of applications for justices' off-licences under Section 28 (2) of the Licensing Act, 1949, the number refused, the number of appeals and the number of successful appeals.

The following are the figures:

No. of applicationsNo. refusedNo. of appealsNo. of successful apeals
City of London55NilNilNil
County of London1525*5*3*
* Including one application refused on the ground of want of jurisdiction: an order of mandamus was made by a divisional court and the application was subsequently granted by the licensing justices.