An appeal will lie to a magistrates' court against the refusal by a local authority1 to grant a licence; against certain conditions2 to which a licence is subject; against the authority's refusal to vary the conditions; and against the revocation of a licence3.
On appeal, the court may, if it thinks fit, give directions to the local authority with respect to the licence or to the conditions, and the local authority must comply4.
These provisions are not yet in force5.
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