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Exemption from Act—florist or giftmaker

    (1)     A person who carries on a florist or giftmaker business is exempt from any requirement of this Act to hold a licence in relation to the supply of liquor by that business if the following conditions are met—

        (a)     the business only supplies liquor that is packaged together with flowers, food or other gifts; and

        (b)     the liquor is not supplied to a minor; and

        (c)     the business does not accept orders to supply liquor from a minor; and

        (d)     the proprietor of the business or the business purchased the liquor on a retail basis; and

        (e)     not more than 1·5 litres of liquor is supplied to each recipient in any one day; and

        (f)     the value of the liquor and its container is not more than 50 per cent of the total sale price of the supplied items.

S. 6B(2)(3) amended by No. 58/2011 s. 104(Sch. item 4.6), repealed by No. 21/2014 s. 6(1).

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Notes to s. 6B substituted as note by No. 21/2014 s. 6(2).


It is an offence under section 107 for a person who is not a licensee to sell or offer liquor for sale.

S. 6C inserted by No. 57/2010 s. 6.

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