140 Objections to applications


A person may object to the grant of a special licence only if—


he or she has a greater interest in the application for it than the public generally; and


the secretary of the licensing committee concerned has under section 139(b) required the applicant to give notice of the application.


An objection must be in writing, and filed with the licensing committee within any period the secretary requires after the applicant has complied with the requirement under section 139(b).


No objection may be made in relation to a matter other than a matter specified in section 142.


The secretary must give a copy of every objection to the applicant.

Compare: 1989 No 63 s 77