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Section 89 Liquor Act 2007
Provisions of Late Hour Entry Declarations

Section 89 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Provision of Late Hour Entry Declarations and is set out below.

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89 Provisions relating to making of late hour entry declaration

(1) The Director-General must give written notice of a proposed late hour entry declaration:
(a) to each licensee whose licensed premises are the subject of the proposed declaration, and
(b) to the local consent authority for those premises.

(2) Any such licensee or the local consent authority may, within 21 days after the notice is given to the licensee or the authority (as the case requires), make a written submission to the Director-General in relation to the proposed declaration.

(3) The Director-General must, before deciding whether to make a late hour entry declaration, take into consideration any submissions received by the Director-General under subsection (2).

(4) The regulations may prescribe other requirements that the Director-General must comply with before making a late hour entry declaration.

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