Section 156 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Annual Reports by Authority and is set out below.
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156 Report by Authority on liquor licensing matters
(1) The Authority is to include the following information in its annual report under the Annual Reports (Statutory Bodies) Act 1984:
(a) the number of licences in force in each Statistical Local Area determined by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (along with the total State-wide number of licences) during the financial year to which the report relates,
(b) the number of new licences granted by the Authority during that year,
(c) the number of licences suspended or cancelled by the Authority during that year,
(d) the number of authorisations to which section 51 applies granted by the Authority during that year,
(e) the number of licences in respect of which disciplinary action was taken by the Authority during that year and the nature of the disciplinary action taken.
(2) The information provided in relation to licences and authorisations in the annual report is, where relevant, to be categorised according to the different types of licences and authorisations that may be granted and held under this Act.
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