Section 133 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Establishing a Local Liquor Accord and is set out below.
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133 Establishing local liquor accord
(1) Any 2 or more eligible parties (at least one of whom is a licensee) may prepare a draft local liquor accord in writing and submit it to the Commissioner of Police and the Director-General for approval.
(2) The draft local liquor accord must include:
(a) the names of the parties to the accord, and
(b) the name and address of the coordinator of the accord (being a party to the accord or the representative of a party), and
(c) the proposed area to which the accord is to apply, and
(d) any other matter that may be prescribed by the regulations.
(3) The Commissioner of Police and the Director-General are to endeavour to ensure that local liquor accords are prepared for, and apply to, all areas of the State.