Schedule 4 Section 5 Liquor Act 2007 | Certain Drinks Prohibited During Restricted Period


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Schedule 4 Section 5 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Certain Drinks Prohibited During Restricted Period and is set out below.

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The Legislation

5 Certain drinks prohibited during restricted service period

(1) The following drinks must not be sold or supplied on declared premises during the restricted service period:
(a) any drink (commonly referred to as a “shot”) that contains no more than 30 ml of spirits or liqueur and that is designed to be consumed rapidly,
(b) any drink containing more than 50% spirits or liqueur,
(c) any ready to drink beverage with an alcohol by volume content of more than 5%,
(d) any drink prepared on the premises that contains more than one 30 ml nip of spirits or liqueur.

(2) During the restricted service period, no more than:
(a) 4 alcoholic drinks (whether or not of the same kind), or
(b) the contents of one bottle of wine, may be sold or supplied on declared premises to the same person at any one time.

(3) In this clause:”ready to drink beverage” means an alcoholic mixed beverage that is prepared by the manufacturer.

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