Section 110 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Falsely Indicating Licence to Sell Liquor and is set out below.
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110 Falsely indicating that premises are licensed or that person is authorised to sell or supply liquor
(1) A person must not, by means of a notice, sign or otherwise, indicate:
(a) that liquor is available for sale or supply on or from premises if the premises are not licensed premises, or
(b) that premises are licensed premises under a particular kind of licence if the premises are not such licensed premises, or
(c) that a person is authorised to sell or supply liquor if the person is not so authorised.
Maximum penalty: 50 penalty units.
(2) Nothing in this section prevents a person from using the term “hotel” to describe unlicensed premises on which tourist or visitor accommodation is provided on a commercial basis or from using that term as part of the name of any such unlicensed premises.