Tourist Traffic Act 1952
Variation of licensed premises.
45.—(1) Where the licensee—
(a) applies to the Circuit Court for a certificate under this section, and
(b) gives such notice of the application as is required in the case of an application for an on-licence,
the Court, on being satisfied that it is expedient for any reason that the premises to which the licence relates should be varied in any particular respect other than applying the licence to premises that are not part of the holiday camp premises, may issue to the licensee a certificate certifying whichever one or more of the following things may be appropriate in the circumstances—
(a) that the Court approves of the extension of the licence to a specified part or parts of the holiday camp premises;
(b) that the Court approves of the exclusion from the licensed premises of a specified part or parts of those premises;
(c) that the Court approves of the transfer of the licence from the licensed premises to another part or parts of the holiday camp premises.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in the Licensing Acts, 1833 to 1946, the Revenue Commissioners shall, on being presented with the certificate, amend the licence in accordance with the terms of the certificate.