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Contents (2012 - 74)
Boarding Houses Act 2012 No 74
Current version for 7 July 2017 to date (accessed 21 November 2017 at 06:03)
44   Licence applications
(cf YCS Act, s 11 (1))
(1)  An application for a boarding house licence is to be made to the Secretary.
(2)  An application may be made:
(a)  if the proprietor (or proposed proprietor) of the premises concerned is a natural person, a corporation or a body politic—by the person, corporation or body politic, or
(b)  if the proprietor (or proposed proprietor) of the premises concerned is a trustee—by the trustee, or
(c)  if the proprietors (or proposed proprietors) of the premises concerned are the members of an unincorporated body—by any of those members authorised by the members to make the application on their behalf.
(3)  A person is a proposed proprietor of premises for the purposes of subsection (2) if the person is seeking to become a proprietor of the premises in order to use them as an assisted boarding house.
(4)  An application for a licence:
(a)  must be in the approved form and contain such particulars and other information as may be approved, and
(b)  may specify only one proposed licensee.
Note.
 Section 60 (3) provides that an application for a manager approval may, with the consent of the person seeking the approval, be made on the person’s behalf as part of an application for a boarding house licence.