Criminal Legislations

Schedule 4 Section 5 Liquor Act 2007 | Certain Drinks Prohibited During Restricted Period


Schedule 4 Section 5 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Certain Drinks Prohibited During Restricted Period and is set out below.

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The Legislation

5 Certain drinks prohibited during restricted service period

(1) The following drinks must not be sold or supplied on declared premises during the restricted service period:
(a) any drink (commonly referred to as a “shot”) that contains no more than 30 ml of spirits or liqueur and that is designed to be consumed rapidly,
(b) any drink containing more than 50% spirits or liqueur,
(c) any ready to drink beverage with an alcohol by volume content of more than 5%,
(d) any drink prepared on the premises that contains more than one 30 ml nip of spirits or liqueur.

(2) During the restricted service period, no more than:
(a) 4 alcoholic drinks (whether or not of the same kind), or
(b) the contents of one bottle of wine, may be sold or supplied on declared premises to the same person at any one time.

(3) In this clause:”ready to drink beverage” means an alcoholic mixed beverage that is prepared by the manufacturer.

Schedule 2 Liquor Act 2007 | Kings Cross Precinct


Schedule 2 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Kings Cross Precinct and is set out below.

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The Legislation

Kings Cross precinct

(Section 4A)

Ward Avenue, from its intersection with Kings Cross Road, north to its intersection with Elizabeth Bay Road and Baroda Street.

Baroda Street, from its intersection with Elizabeth Bay Road and Ward Avenue, north and west to its intersection with Greenknowe Avenue.

Greenknowe Avenue, from its intersection with Baroda Street, west to its intersection with Macleay Street.

Macleay Street, from its intersection with Greenknowe Avenue, north to its intersection with Manning Street.

Manning Street, from its intersection with Macleay Street, west to its intersection with Tusculum Street.

Tusculum Street, from its intersection with Manning Street, south to its intersection with Hughes Street.

Hughes Street, from its intersection with Tusculum Street, west to its intersection with Victoria Street.

Victoria Street, from its intersection with Hughes Street, south to its intersection with Brougham Lane.

Brougham Lane, from its intersection with Victoria Street, west to its intersection with Brougham Street.

Brougham Street, from its intersection with Brougham Lane, south to its intersection with William Street.

William Street, from its intersection with Brougham Street, east to its intersection with Kings Cross Road.

Kings Cross Road, from its intersection with William Street, east to its intersection with Ward Avenue.

Section 58 Liquor Act 2007 | Training and Instruction Requirements


Section 58 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Training and Instruction Requirements and is set out below.

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The Legislation

58 Courses of training and instruction for applicants and licensees

(1) The Authority may require an applicant or class of applicants for such kinds of licences as the Authority determines to attend a course of training or instruction approved by the Authority.

(2) If an applicant is required to attend any such course of training, the Authority:
(a) may refuse to grant the licence until such time as the applicant has completed the course to the standard required by the Authority, or
(b) may grant the licence subject to the condition that the licensee completes the course to the standard required by the Authority within such time as the Authority determines.

(3) The Authority may require a licensee to undertake and satisfactorily complete such further courses of training or instruction as may be approved by the Authority in respect of the class of licence concerned. It is a condition of a licence that the licensee comply with any such requirement.

Section 27 Liquor Act 2007 | Requirement to Provide Food When Alcohol Served


Section 27 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Requirement to Provide Food When Alcohol Served and is set out below.

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The Legislation

27 Requirement to provide food on licensed premises

(1) Liquor may only be sold or supplied on the licensed premises to which an on-premises licence relates if food of a nature and quantity consistent with the responsible sale, supply and service of alcohol is made available whenever liquor is sold or supplied under the authorisation of the licence.

(2) If any requirements are prescribed by the regulations in relation to the nature and quality of any such food, those requirements must be complied with.

(3) Subsection (1) is subject to such exceptions as may be approved by the Authority in relation to any particular licensed premises.

Section 131 Liquor Act 2007 | Definition of Local Liquor Accord


Section 131 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Definition of Local Liquor Accord and is set out below.

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The Legislation

131 Definitions

“local liquor accord” means any code of practice, memorandum of understanding or other arrangement that:

(a) affects the supply of liquor, the opening and closing of licensed premises or other aspects of the management of or conduct of business on licensed premises, and
(b) is entered into, in accordance with this Division, for the purpose of eliminating or reducing alcohol-related violence or anti-social behaviour or other alcohol-related harm.

Section 130 Liquor Act 2007 | Prohibition on Detaining Minors


Section 130 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Prohibition on Detaining Minors and is set out below.

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The Legislation

130 Minors not to be detained

A minor may not be imprisoned, or detained in a detention centre, as a consequence of a failure to pay:

(a) a penalty for an offence under this Act or the regulations, or
(b) an amount ordered to be paid under Division 4 of Part 3 of the Fines Act 1996 in respect of a penalty notice issued under this Act.

Section 129 Liquor Act 2007 | Minors Using False Identification


Section 129 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Minors Using False Identification and is set out below.

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The Legislation

129 Minor must not use false evidence of age

A minor who uses any document purporting to be an evidence of age document in order to gain entry to, remain in, or obtain liquor from, licensed premises, is guilty of an offence if the document is false in a material particular in relation to the minor.
Maximum penalty: 20 penalty units.

Section 128 Liquor Act 2007 | Minors Required to Provide Information


Section 128 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Minors Required to Provide Information and is set out below.

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The Legislation

128 Minor required to provide information

(1) An authorised person may require a person (“the relevant person”) who is reasonably suspected of being a minor and who, if a minor, would be committing an offence under this Act:
(a) to state the relevant person’s full name, residential address and date of birth, and
(b) to produce then, or at a police station within a reasonable time, an evidence of age document for the person.

(2) A person who is the subject of a requirement under subsection (1) must not:
(a) refuse or fail to state his or her full name, residential address and date of birth, or
(b) without reasonable excuse, refuse or fail to produce an evidence of age document that may reasonably be accepted as applying to the person.
Maximum penalty: 20 penalty units.

(3) In this section:”authorised person” means a licensee, an employee or agent of a licensee, a police officer or an inspector.

Section 127 Liquor Act 2007 | Notices Regarding Minors on Premises


Section 127 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Notices Regarding Minors on Premises and is set out below.

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The Legislation

127 Notices to be displayed in relation to minors on licensed premises

(1) The regulations may make provision for or with respect to the display, on licensed premises or on an internet site through which a licensee offers liquor for sale, of notices in relation to minors.

(2) Without limiting subsection (1), any such notices may relate to any of the following:
(a) the exclusion of minors from licensed premises or any part of licensed premises,
(b) the presence of minors on licensed premises or any part of licensed premises while in the company of a responsible adult,
(c) the sale of liquor to minors.

(3) The regulations under this section may create offences punishable by a penalty not exceeding 50 penalty units.

Section 125 Liquor Act 2007 | Responsible Adult Not to Leave Minor Unaccompanied


Section 125 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Responsible Adult Not to Leave Minor Unaccompanied and is set out below.

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The Legislation

125 Responsible adult not to leave minor unaccompanied on licensed premises

(1) If, under this Act, a minor is required to be accompanied by a responsible adult while in a hotel or licensed public entertainment venue, the responsible adult who is accompanying the minor must not leave the minor unaccompanied on the licensed premises without first informing the licensee or an employee or agent of the licensee. Maximum penalty: 30 penalty units.

(2) In the prosecution for an offence under this section, the defendant has the burden of proving that he or she was not the responsible adult in relation to a minor at the relevant time.