215 Temporary licence


The Secretary may, on the application of a person specified in subsection (2), authorise the applicant or any other person to carry on the business of a licensed promoter for a period of up to 3 months.


The persons are—


the manager of the licensed promoter’s estate, if the licensed promoter becomes subject to a property order under the Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act 1988:


the licensed promoter’s personal representative, if the licensed promoter dies:


the official assignee, if the licensed promoter is adjudged bankrupt:


a liquidator, receiver, or statutory manager, if the licensed promoter is a company and is put into liquidation, placed in receivership, or declared to be subject to statutory management, as the case may be.


An applicant must, after lodging the application with the Secretary, send a copy of it to the Police.


If the application is granted, the person who is authorised to carry on the business of the licensed promoter must be treated as if the person were the licensed promoter.


The Secretary must, after granting a licence under this section, notify the Police in accordance with section 202.

Compare: 1977 No 84 s 53(1)–(3)