Section 29 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Authorisations by Packaged Liquor License and is set out below.
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29 Authorisation conferred by packaged liquor licence
(1) Retail sales A packaged liquor licence authorises the licensee to sell liquor by retail in sealed containers on the licensed premises, for consumption away from the licensed premises only:
(a) during the standard trading period or such other period as may be authorised by an extended trading authorisation, or
(b) in the case of any Sunday that falls on 24 December–from 8 am (or such earlier time as may be authorised by an extended trading authorisation) to midnight on that day.
(2) No retail trading on restricted trading days Despite subsection (1), a packaged liquor licence does not authorise the licensee to sell liquor by retail on a restricted trading day.
(3) Selling liquor by wholesale or to employees A packaged liquor licence also authorises the licensee:
(a) to sell liquor by wholesale, at any time on the licensed premises, to persons authorised to sell liquor (whether by wholesale or by retail), and
(b) to sell or supply liquor, at any time on the licensed premises, to the employees of the licensee or of a related corporation of the licensee.
(4) Tastings A packaged liquor licence also authorises the licensee to sell or supply liquor, on the licensed premises and during the trading hours permitted by subsection (1), otherwise than in sealed containers to customers and intending customers for consumption while on the licensed premises, but only for the purposes of tasting.