Section 136 Liquor Act 2007 | Contributions to Cost of Local Liquor Accords


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The Legislation

Section 136 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Contributions to Cost of Local Liquor and is set out below.

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136 Requirement to contribute to costs of implementing local liquor accord

(1) The Director-General may give a direction to any licensee in the area to which a local liquor accord applies (including any licensee in the area who is not a party to the local liquor accord concerned) to contribute to the costs of promoting or giving effect to the accord.

(2) The licensee is required to comply with any such direction.