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Schedule 1 Section 8 Liquor Act 2007
Other Existing On Licences

Schedule 1 Section 8  of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Other Existing On Licences and is set out below.

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8 Other existing on-licences

(1) The corresponding licence:
(a) for an existing on-licence relating to a motel is an on-premises licence that relates to accommodation premises, or
(b) for an existing on-licence relating to a vessel is an on-premises licence that relates to a vessel, or
(c) for an existing on-licence relating to premises at an airport is an on-premises licence that relates to premises at an airport, or
(d) for an existing on-licence relating to a public hall is an on-premises licence that relates to a public hall, or
(e) for an existing on-licence relating to a theatre is an on-premises licence that relates to a public entertainment venue, or
(f) for an existing on-licence relating to a university is an on-premises licence that relates to premises occupied by a tertiary institution, or
(g) for an existing on-premises licence referred to in section 18 (4) (g) of the former Act is an on-premises licence that relates to the business or activity specified by the Authority in the licence.

(2) The standard trading period applies to the licensed premises to which any such existing licence relates (other than an existing on-licence relating to a vessel).

(3) In the case of an existing on-licence that relates to a vessel, the trading hours authorised under the former Act continue to apply.

(4) If trading outside of the standard trading period was authorised on the licensed premises under the former Act, an extended trading authorisation that relates to that extended trading period is taken to be in force in relation to the licensed premises.

(5) In the case of an existing on-licence granted in respect of a public hall or premises at an airport, the licensee is, within 6 months of the commencement of this clause, to provide the Authority with a statement of the trading hours for the licensed premises under the former Act. The statement is to be in the form approved by the Authority and the licensee is to verify the statement by way of statutory declaration.

(6) If the Authority is satisfied that the trading hours of the premises referred to in subclause (5) under the former Act extended beyond the standard trading period, the Authority is to grant an extended trading authorisation relating to that extended trading period in respect of the premises.

(7) For the purposes of subclause (1) (d), “public hall” means a public hall that is used for the purpose of conducting public meetings or providing public entertainment on an intermittent basis.

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