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    i need someone to help me is there a way to avoid licencing laws if you are supplying alcohol to big customers in your private office (not on showroom floor and no financial exchange for it)
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    Think you might be getting a little ahead of yourself mate...


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    (Original post by shaymarriott)
    Think you might be getting a little ahead of yourself mate...


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    all gotta be on the five year plan with some of the piece i am looking at were talking £20,000 to £150,000 deals so were talking thousand pound bottles of pappy van winkle and old single malts
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    You should ask a lawyer, but my impression is that you would require both a personal and premises license.
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    UPDATE- have ask a lawyer who's a friend of my parents and he said i would be able to avoid it if i was to make a deal outside of standard office hours on a premises licence but it a lot cheaper to use a bar for most things unless it's unavailable at a bar (uber top shelf liquor) then use a private not commercial premises or in other words my home office would suffice
 
 
 
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