Andrew Hajducki QC is the co-author of a new edition of his highly regarded licensing book “Scottish Civic Government Licensing Law”, which is published by Greens this week.
The book, first published 23 years ago, deals with the law and practice of all aspects of the licenses issued by local authorities in relation to the Civic Government Act of 1982. This covers a myriad of activities including taxis and private hire cars, second hand dealers, street traders and markets, knife sales, tattooing, sex shops and window cleaners, as well as legislation concerning cinema licences and a wide range of animal licences from animal boarding establishments to zoos.
This new Fourth Edition covers the new social and statutory developments in the area of civic government licensing.
Andrew, and fellow author Steven Stuart QC of Terra Firma Chambers, are acknowledged experienced practitioners in the licensing field and they hope that their book will continue to be regarded as a valuable textbook to this whole field of complex and all-embracing administrative law which affects many aspects of everyday life.