Section 9 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Supplying Liquor Against Licence and is set out below.
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9 Sale or supply of liquor contrary to licence
(1) A licensee or an employee or agent of a licensee must not sell or supply liquor, or cause or permit liquor to be sold or supplied:
(a) in contravention of the conditions to which the licence is subject, or
(b) otherwise than in accordance with the authority conferred on the licensee by or under this Act.
(2) Without limiting subsection (1), a licensee must not:
(a) keep licensed premises open for the sale or supply of liquor, or
(b) sell or supply liquor,
at a time when the licensee is not authorised under this Act to sell or supply liquor.
(3) A licensee must not sell, or employ or permit another person to sell, liquor on premises other than premises on which the licensee is authorised by the licence or this Act to sell the liquor.
Maximum penalty: 100 penalty units or imprisonment for 12 months, or both.