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Section 126 Liquor Act 2007
Minors Must be Refused Entry to Licensed Premises

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Section 126 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Adult Allowing Consumption on Licensed Premises and is set out below.

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The Legislation

126 Minors must be refused entry to licensed premises

If:

(a) a responsible person for a hotel, club premises or licensed public entertainment venue is aware that a person (“the relevant person”) who may reasonably be suspected of being under the age of 18 years is attempting to enter the licensed premises, and
(b) the presence of the relevant person on the licensed premises would, if the relevant person were under the age of 18 years, be an offence under this Act, the responsible person must refuse the relevant person entry to the premises unless there is produced to the responsible person an evidence of age document that may reasonably be accepted as applying to the relevant person and as proving that the relevant person is of or above the age of 18 years.

Maximum penalty: 50 penalty units.

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