Flashcards in 13 Deck (12):
(1 A hotelier must: (a) at any time when the hotel is not authorised to be open for the sale or supply of liquor, and (b) at any time when the sale or supply of liquor is permitted only for consumption in a specified part of the hotel, close and keep closed to the public every bar area of the hotel, and any other area liquor is sold/supplied unless exempted by the regulations.
(1) A person must not be in a bar area of a hotel, or any other part of the hotel in which liquor is sold or supplied to the public, at a time that is: (a) later than 30 minutes after the bar area, or other part of the hotel, is not authorised to be open for the sale of liquor or earlier than the end of that period. Police may request particulars of said person and confirm with ID if necessary. 4) Police may arrest a person who fails to provide ID.
If a person is in a bar area of a hotel or other part of a hotel in contravention of subsection (1), the hotelier is guilty of an offence unless: (a) the person was in the area or part for a lawful purpose, or (b) the hotelier took all reasonable care to prevent the person entering, or remaining in, the area or (c) the hotelier took all reasonable care to ascertain, and believed the person was there for a lawful purpose.
If liquor is authorised to be sold on licensed premises for consumption away from the premises, a person must not carry liquor away from the premises at a time when the licensee is not authorised to sell or supply liquor for consumption away from the premises. Exempt if no later than 30 minutes after the licensee last ceased to be authorised to sell for consumption away from the premises. Exempt if licensee or employee or resident.
Delivery of liquor from unlicensed premises
A responsible person for licensed premises must, if requested to do so by a police officer or inspector while on the licensed premises, produce the licence to the officer or inspector.
Prohibition on extension of credit for gambling
A person must not, by means of a notice, sign or otherwise, indicate: (a) that liquor is available for sale from premises are not licensed premises, or
(b) that premises are licensed premises under a particular kind of licence if the premises are not such licensed premises, or (c) that a person is authorised to sell or supply liquor if the person is not so authorised.
A person must not carry away any liquor from the premises to which an on-premises licence relates. Exempt if liquor was in their possession when they entered or if the Authority has give exemption or if to a resident with a meal and less than 2L.
Obtaining liquor by false representation: Can't obtain liquor pretending to be resident or pretending on intending to eat or pretending to be at premises legitimately or pretending to be an employee.
Carrying liquor for sale: Must not carry liquor for sale unless on or heading to licensed premises.