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applicant

(Candidate), noun aspirant, bidder, candiiate under consideration, entrant, inquirer

applicant

(Petitioner), noun claimant, moveant, party, petitioner, solicitant
See also: candidate, claimant, contender, petitioner, prospect, suitor
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The licence holder must also maintain a written record in relation to each breeding bitch and puppy kept on the premises and a copy of the record be provided to the new owner and a copy retained by the licence holder.
Councillor Steve Nelson, Stockton Council's Cabinet member for housing and community safety, said: "As a premise licence holder wishing to sell alcohol, Mr Issmatt's duty was to ensure he nominated a designated premises supervisor to take day-to-day responsibility for the running of the business.
But only being a provisional licence holder he panicked and gave his brother's details, knowing that he had a full licence.
A spokesman said: "The responsibility for the day to day running of the premises, and indeed the lawful operation of the premises, is that of the tenant who is premises licence holder.
So what would happen to the licence holder in case he flunks the " surprise test"?
The Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland has interpreted this to mean that a licence holder must be present at all times alcohol is sold.
The licence holders are working with Knowsley council, Merseyside police and the fire authority in an initiative to reduce alcohol related crime and disorder.
The board are setting up a tribunal as a matter of urgency and will be instructing relevant licence holders to attend.
A CAMPAIGN announced by the Association of Chief Police Officers' (ACPO) asking people to report signs of radicalisation, extremism and vulnerability to terrorism among firearms licence holders has been described as "unjustified and ill-judged" by the Countryside Alliance (CA).
Any applicant or licence holder appearing at public inquiry before a traffic commissioner after 1 January 2014, where additional evidence of financial standing is requested, will be required to satisfy the new levels.
Shamim Akhtar,r the licence holder of the Nabcr a oft Rise shop, has 21 daysa to appeal.
IN reply to Sue Bell, 'Armstrong Bridge puzzle' I have been a licence holder for about six years and have seen a marked decrease in both licence holders and customers in the last couple of years.