Section 154 Liquor Act 2007 | Review of Disqualification by Authority


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The Legislation

Section 154 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Review of Disqualification by Authority and is set out below.

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154 Review of disqualification by Authority

(1) A person may, in accordance with the regulations, apply to the Authority for removal of a disqualification of more than 3 years imposed by the Authority under section 141 (2).

(2) The application may be made only after:
(a) any minimum period set by the Authority during which the application may not be made has expired, or
(b) if no minimum period has been set, the disqualification has been in force for 3 years.

(3) On application being made for the removal of a disqualification, the Authority may:
(a) remove the disqualification, or
(b) shorten the period of disqualification, or
(c) confirm the disqualification and set a minimum period during which a further application under this section may not be made.