Section 11 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Conditions of Liquor Licences and is set out below.
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11 Licence conditions–general provisions (1) A licence is subject to:
(a) such conditions as may be imposed, or are taken to have been imposed, by the Authority or the Director-General (whether at the time the licence is granted or at any later time) under this Act, and
(b) such conditions as are imposed by this Act or prescribed by the regulations, and
(c) such other conditions as are authorised to be imposed on the licence under this Act.
(1A) Schedule 4 (Special licence conditions for declared premises) has effect. The regulations may amend that Schedule (including, without limitation, by adding or removing any relevant licence under that Schedule).
(2) A licensee must comply with any conditions to which the licence is subject. Maximum penalty: 100 penalty units or imprisonment for 12 months, or both.
(3) For the purposes of this Act, a condition to which a licence is subject includes any provision of this Act that imposes a requirement or restriction (other than as an offence) on or in relation to the licence, licensee or licensed premises concerned. The times during which licensed premises are authorised to trade is an example of such a requirement.
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