Section 21 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Places that cannot be Licensed and is set out below.
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21 Certain kinds of premises not to be licensed
(1) An on-premises licence must not be granted in respect of any premises if the premises:
(a) are used primarily for the purposes of carrying out a business or activity, or
(b) are of a kind of premises,
prescribed by the regulations for the purposes of this section.
(2) The authorisation conferred by an on-premises licence does not apply if the licensed premises:
(a) are used primarily for the purposes of carrying out any such business or activity prescribed by the regulations, or
(b) are premises of any such kind prescribed by the regulations.