(1) Where an application for the grant of a licence is made under regulation 3(1)(a), the licensing authority may grant a provisional licence permitting the applicant to keep or use the premises to which the application relates as a theatre or cinema.
(2) The licensing authority shall not grant a provisional licence under paragraph (1) unless¡X
(a) the licensing authority is satisfied that the applicant has complied with the requirements respectively imposed by it and the following persons in respect of the grant of the provisional licence¡X
(i) the Director of Fire Services;
(ii) (A) in case the application relates to any premises which are under the control of the Housing Authority, the Director of Housing; or
(B) in case the application relates to any other premises, the Building Authority; and
(iii) in case the application relates to any premises in which laser equipment is, or is proposed to be, installed, the Director of Electrical and Mechanical Services; and
(b) where the application is in respect of any premises in which a fixed electrical installation is, or is to be, installed, the licensing authority has received from the applicant¡X
(i) in case the installation is a new one, a copy of a work completion certificate issued both as regards the installation and for the purposes of regulation 19 of the Electricity (Wiring) Regulations (Cap 406 sub. leg. E); or
(ii) in case the installation is an existing one, a copy of a periodic test certificate issued both as regards the installation and for the purposes of regulation 20 of those Regulations.
(3) A provisional licence granted in respect of any premises is valid until¡X
(a) the expiration of a period of 6 months from and including the date of its issue or of such lesser period as may be indicated in the provisional licence; or
(b) the licensing authority grants a licence under regulation 3(2)(c) in respect of the premises,