Section 58 Liquor Act 2007 | Training and Instruction Requirements


Section 58 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Training and Instruction Requirements and is set out below.

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The Legislation

58 Courses of training and instruction for applicants and licensees

(1) The Authority may require an applicant or class of applicants for such kinds of licences as the Authority determines to attend a course of training or instruction approved by the Authority.

(2) If an applicant is required to attend any such course of training, the Authority:
(a) may refuse to grant the licence until such time as the applicant has completed the course to the standard required by the Authority, or
(b) may grant the licence subject to the condition that the licensee completes the course to the standard required by the Authority within such time as the Authority determines.

(3) The Authority may require a licensee to undertake and satisfactorily complete such further courses of training or instruction as may be approved by the Authority in respect of the class of licence concerned. It is a condition of a licence that the licensee comply with any such requirement.