Section 94 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Boundaries of Licensed Premises and is set out below.
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94 Boundaries of licensed premises
(1) The boundaries of licensed premises are to be specified by the Authority when the licence is granted.
(2) The specified boundaries of any licensed premises may be changed by the Authority on the Authority’s own initiative or on the application of:
(a) the owner of the premises, or
(b) the licensee.
(3) Before changing the boundaries of any licensed premises (whether on application or otherwise), the Authority is:
(a) to give the licensee, the Director-General and the Commissioner of Police a reasonable opportunity to make submissions in relation to the proposed change, and
(b) to take any such submissions into consideration before deciding whether to make the change.
(4) Any change in the specified boundaries of licensed premises under this section does not take effect until such fee as may be prescribed by the regulations has been paid.
(5) The Authority must not specify or change the boundaries of any licensed premises unless the Authority is of the opinion that any primary purpose requirement under this Act in relation to the licensed premises is or will be complied with.