35 Exception for certain complementary sales


The licensing authority or licensing committee concerned may direct that an off-licence should be issued for premises not of a kind described in section 32(1) if it is satisfied that—


the premises are a shop, but not a shop where the principal business carried on is the sale of food (whether food of a particular kind or kinds, or a range of food); and


alcohol would be an appropriate complement to goods of the kind sold (or to be sold) in the shop.


Subsection (1) overrides section 32(1) but is overridden by section 36.

Compare: 1989 No 63 s 36(2)(b)