Offences

The following are the more common offences and can be found in The Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 (in alphabetical order):

  • Allowing sale of alcohol to child or young person
  • Drunkenness and disorderly conduct on licensed premises
  • Drunk persons entering or in licensed premises
  • Obtaining alcohol for a drunk person
  • Purchase of alcohol by or for a child or young person
  • Refusal to leave premises
  • Sending a child or young person to obtain alcohol
  • Unlicensed sale of alcohol

A full list of offences is available through the above link. 

If you require further information on licensing offences please contact one of the licensing standards officers.