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Section 64 Liquor Act 2007
Transfer of Licence After Death of Licensee

Section 64 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Transfer of Licence After Death of Licensee and is set out below.

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64 Transfer of licence after death etc of licensee

(1) If probate of the will of a deceased licensee is, or letters of administration of the deceased licensee’s estate are, granted, the executor or administrator must, as soon as practicable, apply to the Authority for the transfer of the licence to the executor or administrator, or to a person nominated by the executor or administrator, as transferee.

(2) A trustee referred to in section 62 (4) who holds office in relation to the business of a licensee may apply under section 60 as transferor for the transfer of the licence to a person nominated by the trustee.

(3) If section 62 (5) applies in relation to a licensee, the NSW Trustee and Guardian may apply under section 60 as transferor for the transfer of the licence to a person nominated by the NSW Trustee and Guardian.

(4) If a licence is transferred under an application authorised by this section, any endorsement of the licence under section 63 ceases to have effect.

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