Applicant

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Applicant

A person who has made a formal request. For example, a person who has asked for a loan from the bank, but has not yet been approved, is said to be an applicant for that loan.
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Licence holders deemed to have contributed to the fracas could in theory have their licences withdrawn.
In November last year shop worker Rubnawa a z Khan sold alcohol to a Kirklees test purchasing officerf at 9.10am - befor f e the hours the shop was allowed to and without the premises licence holder being present.
Pc Richard Farrand says Jat's failed test purchasing operations in November in selling alcohol before 11am and selling alcohol without a licence holder being on duty in January.
The application for a review of Ameens' licence was made by Mr Elliott, who said: "The submission is based on the behaviour over a long period of time by the licence holder in respect of waste matters."
Already this year we have an average of 70, and the trend is continuing upwards - and that does not take into account of effectively doubling our size geographically." Established in 1983, the Lakey & Co group sells businesses nationwide through its network of regional offices, with licence holders such as Mr Ward operating as self-managed agencies backed by the Lakey & Co brand and the support of the group.
"You cannot apply for a personal licence overnight, since the applicant has to undergo the National Licensees Certificate Course for Personal Licence Holders and obtain a Criminal Record Certificate before making an application."
Other documents, however, show some civil servants wanted existing provisional licence holders to sit the test.
He said the police's concern was Mr Kalil was just the frontman and the previous licence holder was still involved in running the business.
A provisional licence holder must display L-plates to the front and rear of their vehicle, and must be supervised by a driver with a minimum of 3 years experience and over the age of 21.
The licence holder is Tarik Okasha who was fined last year after environmental pollution enforcement officer Peter Elliott found bags of waste dumped in nearby Wilsons Court.
POLICE have asked councillors to review the licence holder of a Huddersfield restaurant.