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LIQUOR CONTROL REFORM ACT 1998 - SECT 109

Taking orders for liquor at unlicensed premises

    (1)     If a licensee carries on a business at licensed premises and at other premises, the licensee must not take or receive an order for liquor, or cause or permit an employee or agent to take or receive an order for liquor, at any of those premises that are not licensed premises or authorised premises.

Penalty:     15 penalty units.

Note to s. 109(1) inserted by No. 13/2013 s. 29(1).

Note

Section 53A applies to an offence against this subsection.

    (2)     Subsection (1) does not apply to—

        (a)     a licensee of a pre-retail licence; or

S. 109(2)(b) amended by Nos 71/2011 s. 20, 20/2018 s. 9.

        (b)     a licensee of a producer's licence in respect of orders for liquor by holders of licences under this Act.

S. 109A inserted by No. 92/2004 s. 30.



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