Section 16 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Hotel Licences as General Bar Licences and is set out below.
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16 Hotel licence may be designated as a general bar licence
(1) The Authority may, in granting a hotel licence, designate the licence as a general bar licence and specify in the licence that it is a general bar licence.
(2) The designation of a hotel licence as a general bar licence cannot be changed.
(3) It is not lawful to keep or operate gaming machines on the premises to which a general bar licence relates. Accordingly, the keeping or operation of gaming machines on any such premises cannot be authorised under the Gaming Machines Act 2001.
(4) Despite section 14, a general bar licence does not authorise the sale or supply of liquor for consumption away from the licensed premises at any time.