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Section 128 Liquor Act 2007
Minors Required to Provide Information

Section 128 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Minors Required to Provide Information and is set out below.

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The Legislation

128 Minor required to provide information

(1) An authorised person may require a person (“the relevant person”) who is reasonably suspected of being a minor and who, if a minor, would be committing an offence under this Act:
(a) to state the relevant person’s full name, residential address and date of birth, and
(b) to produce then, or at a police station within a reasonable time, an evidence of age document for the person.

(2) A person who is the subject of a requirement under subsection (1) must not:
(a) refuse or fail to state his or her full name, residential address and date of birth, or
(b) without reasonable excuse, refuse or fail to produce an evidence of age document that may reasonably be accepted as applying to the person.
Maximum penalty: 20 penalty units.

(3) In this section:”authorised person” means a licensee, an employee or agent of a licensee, a police officer or an inspector.

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