Section 28 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Certain Licensed Premises Not to be Open to Public and is set out below.
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28 Certain licensed premises must be open to general public
(1) This section applies to an on-premises licence that relates to:
(a) a restaurant, or
(b) a public entertainment venue.
(2) The business carried out under an on-premises licence to which this section applies must not be, or include, a business that is limited to the sale or supply of liquor only:
(a) to persons who have been invited to use or attend the licensed premises, or
(b) to a particular class, or particular classes, of persons using or attending the licensed premises.
(3) Subsection (2) is subject to such exceptions as may be approved by the Authority on a temporary basis in relation to any particular licensed premises or to such other exceptions as may be prescribed by the regulations. Also, subsection (2) does not apply to the extent that is necessary to comply with any other provision of this Act or with any other law.