Licensing (Ireland) Act, 1855

Justices refusing certificate for renewal of licence to sell beer, &c. to enter grounds of refusal.

3 & 4 will. 4. c 68.

1. If any person shall apply for and be refused the certificate in the said Act mentioned, to entitle such person to obtain a renewal of a licence to sell beer, cider, or spirituous liquors in Ireland, the justices at petty sessions, or the divisional justices, as the case may be, shall, in the event of thereupon refusing such application, make an order accordingly, and cause an entry thereof to be made by the clerk, together with the grounds of refusal, in like manner as the justices assembled at quarter sessions are required to do by the Licensing (Ireland) Act, 1833.