Transfer of licence following death, incapacity of insolvency of licence holder - Premises licence

  1. Summary

    Where a premises licence lapses by virtue of section 27 (Death, Incapacity or Insolvency etc. of the holder) but no Interim Authority Notice has effect, or a Premises Licence lapses by virtue of section 28 (Surrender) it is possible to re-instate the licence by applying to transfer it.

  2. Fees


  3. Application and guidance notes

    Application to transfer a premise licence following death of holder

  4. Processing and timescales

    At the end of the consultation period if no representations are received the licence will be granted and issued within 28 days.

    The consultation period is 14 days from the day after the application is received. If representations are received a hearing will be held with 20 working days of the end of the consultation.

    A decision notice will be sent within 20 working days of the determination.

  5. Policy

    Read the premises licensing policy

  6. Legislation

  7. Validity and renewals

    The Licence is valid whilst the premises is used for licensable activities and subject to annual fees. We will automatically raise an invoice for the payment.

  8. Register

    The electronic premises licensing register is currently unavailable. a copy of the register is available for inspection on request, please email to make an appointment to view between 9am - 5pm at the Licensing Unit, Level 1, Town Hall Extension, Manchester, M2 5DB.

  9. Complaints

    Contact Licensing in the first instance.

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