The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
Business may be carried on by Executors &c. in certain cases
Business may be carried on by Executors &c. in certain cases.
30. In case of the decease or insolvency of a holder of a license his executor or administrator or assignee trustee or other legal representative may by an agent specially authorised in writing by any one Justice for page 18 that purpose carry on the business of the person so licensed without any renewal or formal transfer for three months from the date of such decease or insolvency if the license has so long to run: Provided that such agent shall be subject to the same obligations as the licensee and in case of the decease of any such licensee his widow or if he shall not have left a widow any member of his family or any person on behalf of such family may carry on the business of dealing in fermented and spirituous liquor for a period of not exceeding one month from his death: Provided that probate of his last will and testament or letters of administration of his effects shall not be sooner granted and every license under this Ordinance shall confer upon the executor or administrator the same privileges and (if such executor avails himself of such privileges) shall impose on him the same duties obligations and liabilities as if such license had been granted to him originally.