Section 112 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Obtaining Liquor by False Representation and is set out below.
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112 Obtaining liquor by false representation
A person must not obtain, or attempt to obtain, liquor on licensed premises by falsely representing that the person:
(a) is a resident of the premises or a guest of a resident of the premises, or
(b) is intending to eat, or has eaten, a meal on the premises, or
(c) is intending to purchase, or make use of, a product or service provided or supplied on the premises, or
(d) is attending a function on the premises, or
(e) is an employee or agent of the licensee.
Maximum penalty: 5 penalty units.