Section 87 Liquor Act 2007 | Late Hour Entry Declarations


Section 87 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Late Hour Entry Declarations and is set out below.

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The Legislation

87 Director-General may make late hour entry declaration

(1) The Director-General may, in accordance with this Division, make a late hour entry declaration.

(2) The purpose of such a declaration is to prevent patrons entering licensed premises during late trading hours even though the premises are authorised to trade during that time.

(3) A late hour entry declaration must be in writing and specify:
(a) the area or locality to which it applies, and
(b) the licensed premises (or class of licensed premises) to which it applies, and
(c) the times when it applies.

(4) A late hour entry declaration has effect despite any other provision of this Act or the conditions of a licence relating to any licensed premises to which the declaration applies.