Trading Licences Order, 1975
Kings Order in Council 20 of 1975
- Assented to on 29 May 1975
- Commenced on 1 January 1976
- [This is the version of this document at 1 December 1998.]
1. Short titleThis King’s Order-in-Council may be cited as the Trading Licences Order, 1975.
3. Declaration of general business areaAfter consultation with the Minister for Interior, and the approval of the Council of Ministers, the Minister may by notice in the Gazette—
4. Declaration of specified goodsThe Minister may by notice in the Gazette—
5. Restriction of trade
6. Designation of licensing officers
7. Application for the grant, amendment or transfers of licences
8. Functions of licensing officers
8bis. Power of revocation or suspension
9. Appeals against decisions of licensing officers
10. Powers of the Minister on appeal
12. Amendment of licences
13. Transfer of licences
14. Exhibition of licences
15. Right to enter premises
16. Ownership of licensed business
18. PenaltiesAny person who is guilty of an offence under this Order for which no penalty is specifically provided shall be liable on conviction to imprisonment for a period of twelve months or E300 or both.
19. Non-applicability of this OrderSections 5 and 12 shall not apply in respect of any licence which has been granted under the Act repealed by section 21, and this Order shall not apply to any licence granted under any other law.
20. RegulationsThe Minister may make regulations for the carrying out of this Order and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, prescribing the forms to be used, any fee payable under this Order, including any licence fees (annual or otherwise) to be paid by the licensee.
21. RepealThe Trading Licences Act No. 27 of 1939 is hereby repealed.
History of this document
01 December 1998 this version
01 January 1976
29 May 1975