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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The hearing heard Mr Ali is a licence holder at another shop, which led Inspector Davison to question how he can do the job effectively at both businesses.
The licence holder is allowed to commence its operation prior to the classification of the holiday homes.
It adds: "With regards to concerns raised by the members in respect of security, queuing, and general issues of public nuisance which were associated with the previous management of the premises, representatives of the new premises licence holder appeased the sub-committee.
Under the new system inspectors have been granted the power to take saliva or hair samples for DNA testing from any dog on premises occupied by a licence holder to make sure the regulations are being upheld.
In the test, the licence holders will have to answer some of the most basic questions related to the Motor Vehicle Act and other road safety laws, his or her general awareness about the traffic laws while driving and possible reaction to different traffic scenarios.
If an employee sells alcohol and that employee is not a personal licence holder, then an offence has been committed," said Assistant Chief Constable Ian Dickinson of Lothian and Borders Police.
Some non- licence holders will also be asked to attend as the board aim to get swiftly to the bottom of the problems which have once again blighted the image of the sport.
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.
Thousands of licensees of pubs and clubs could be forced to employ or train up a second personal licence holder to ensure they are trading within the law.
Consumer, retail and now government demands for certified wood have convinced a northeastern Ontario forest licence holder to go green.
One common glitch we are finding in the policies is the requirement for a personal licence holder to be on the premises at all times when alcohol is sold," he explained.
Further investigation by the service discovered the 31-year-old premise licence holder, Alex Issmatt, had made a false indication to the council that he held a personal licence.