42.1. The board shall not issue a permit where it has decided that no permit would be issued for the premises contemplated in the application, if the period for which the decision is effective has not expired.
In addition to the case contemplated in section 86.2, the board may make a decision described in the first paragraph in respect of reunion permits that could be issued for use in an establishment in which the board considers that a reunion permit has been used contrary to the public interest, to public security or to public tranquility, after notifying the owner of the establishment of the previous occurrence of such an incident. The board shall in such a case determine the period for which the decision is effective, which must not exceed six months.
1986, c. 96, s. 19; 1993, c. 39, s. 95; 1997, c. 51, s. 27.