Licensing law

How to avoid £150 fine for trading outside

a pavement licence is granted at the discretion of the council

Following national reports of a 5-year-old girl receiving a £150 fine for trading on the street in Mile End, east London, The Morning Advertiser's legal experts Poppleston Allen advised operators on outdoor trading.

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