Section 52 Liquor Act 2007 | Authority Imposing Special Licence Conditions


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Section 52 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Authority Imposing Special License Conditions and is set out below.

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The Legislation

52 Authority may impose special licence conditions

(1) Conditions relating to harm minimisation The Authority may impose conditions on a licence prohibiting or restricting activities (such as promotions or discounting) that could encourage misuse or abuse of liquor (such as binge drinking or excessive consumption).

(2) Conditions relating to serving of liquor The Authority may impose conditions on a licence requiring a licensee, in specified circumstances:
(a) to cease to serve liquor on the licensed premises, or
(b) to restrict access to the licensed premises in a manner and to the extent provided by the conditions,
or both, from a time of day that is earlier than the time at which, as otherwise required by the licence, trading must cease.

(3) Conditions relating to local liquor accords The Authority may impose conditions on a licence requiring the licensee to participate in, and to comply with, a local liquor accord.

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