What is a Gazette
A gazette is an official journal, a newspaper of record, or simply a newspaper. In English- and French-speaking countries, newspaper publishers have applied the name Gazette since the 17th century; today, numerous weekly and daily newspapers bear the name The Gazette.
Simply it is a way of posting Public notice of your Intent or any Legal Requirement in place to ensure that any interested parties in the said event have an opportunity Rebut / Contest / Agree or Otherwise to the posted Notice.
Most famous would be the London Gazette formally The Oxford Gazette stated in 1665
The first newspapers during the early and middle 16th century, where the Venetian newspapers and cost one Gazzetta.
Some examples below of the sort of notices that require Public Notice
• Planning Applications
• Licence Applications and Licensing Acts
• Invitation to tender
• Will and Probate Notices, Missing Beneficiary Notices and Missing Will Notices
• Corporate Insolvency Notices and Personal Insolvency Notices
• Company Administrations and Liquidations
• Gambling Act Notices
• Goods Vehicle Operators Licence Notices
• Government Contracts
• Court Hearings
• Trustee Act of 1925 Notices
Certain Notices will still need to be Published with the Old London Gazette due to it commercial contracts with the Private BAR.