36 No off-licences for petrol stations, certain garages, dairies, convenience stores, conveyances, or shops within shops

The licensing authority or licensing committee concerned must not direct that an off-licence should be issued for any premises if (in its opinion)—

(a)

the principal business carried on there is—

(i)

the sale of automotive fuels; or

(ii)

the repair and servicing of motor vehicles and the sale of automotive fuels; or

(b)

they are a shop of the kind commonly thought of as a dairy; or

(c)

they are a shop of the kind commonly thought of as a convenience store; or

(d)

they are a conveyance; or

(e)

they are situated (wholly or partially) within a shop; or

(f)

the public can reach them directly from a shop, or directly from premises where the principal business carried on is a business of a kind described in paragraph (a).

Compare: 1989 No 63 s 36(3)