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Liquor Act 2007 (NSW)

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The Liquor Act 2007 regulates the sale, supply and consumption of alcohol in New South Wales.

It contains an ever-expanding range of provisions for licence holders and applicants, and can be confusing to business advisers and general legal practitioners.

It is therefore important to seek advice from lawyers who are experienced in representing hoteliers, nightclub owners, retailers, producers, wholesalers and others looking to obtain or protect their liquor licences and their hard-fought business interests.

Call Sydney Criminal Lawyers® today on (02) 9261 8881 for accurate advice and superior representation from lawyers who are experienced in helping clients with liquor licences, and defending clients against charges brought under the Liquor Act.

Or click on a link below to read the relevant section of the Liquor Act.

 

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