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special licence

Brit a licence permitting a marriage to take place by dispensing with the usual legal conditions
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In the letter, Mr Bradshaw said efforts were being made to reinstate the 30-month limit, but in the meantime butchers dealing with vertebral column from animal aged between 24 and 30 months could apply for a special licence and abattoirs that slaughter these older animals could apply for a licence to collect and dispose of the vertebral column from their client's cattle.
Special licence fees are a mechanism by which the NGRC has levied moneys from greyhound racing covered in betting shops, and are also applied to television coverage by Sky and Gobarkingmad.
He reminded landowners and tenants that special licences are obligatory for larger trees, even those not covered by a preservation order or outside conservation areas.
Landlords wanting to serve alcohol for the England games can apply to local magistrates for a special licence.
It is the stewards of the NGRC who set Special Licence Fees and they will discuss what level of fee tracks on any televised service offered by Gobarkingmad are charged," said Melville.
Premises won't need a special licence but police and councils can object.
It is not illegal to keep to keep a poisonous snake but a special licence is required.
Corden plans to contact the NGRC to discuss the special licence fee imposed by the stewards on TV broadcasts.
They had to get a special licence from the Archbishop of Canterbury and arrange everything in just a few days.
But by then it was already Christmas Eve and the young couple would need a special licence.
Farmers, for whom a shotgun is part of their livelihood, must obtain a special licence, seek police permission, undertake to keep the firearm under lock and key and agree to regular site inspections.

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