Section 21E Summary Offences Act – Not Displaying Notices at Sex Clubs

The Legislation

Section 21E of the Summary Offences Act 1998 (NSW) is the criminal offence of Not Displaying Notices at Sex Clubs and is stated below.

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21E Notices to be displayed

(1) The manager of a declared sex club must ensure that there is continually displayed at each entry point to the club a notice that:
(a) states that a minor is not permitted to enter the club, and
(b) is displayed in such a manner that it would be reasonable to expect that a person entering the club would be alerted to its contents.
Maximum penalty: 20 penalty units.

(2) The regulations may make provision for or with respect to the size and content of such notices.