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s116H

Person can appeal LTBO at NCAT

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s116I(1)

(1) The regulations may prescribe conditions to which a licence relating to premises situated in a prescribed precinct is subject.

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s116I(5)

In approving a person to be present in a high risk venue the Secretary must, conduct a criminal record check in relation to the person and be satisfied that the person has the experience and capacity to have responsibility for the high risk venue during the relevant periods. It is the duty of the Commissioner of Police to assist in any such criminal record check.

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s117(1)(2)(3)

(1) A person must not sell liquor to a minor. (2) A person must not supply liquor to a minor on licensed premises. (3) It is a defence to a prosecution for an offence under subsection (1) or (2) if it is proved that: (a) the person the liquor was sold or supplied was of or above the age of 14 years, and (b) before the liquor was sold or supplied to the person the defendant was provided with an evidence of age document that may reasonably be accepted as applying to the person and as proving that the person was of or above the age of 18 years.

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S117(4)

A person must not supply liquor to a minor on any premises other than licensed premises unless:
(a) the person is a parent or guardian of the minor or is authorised to supply liquor to the minor by a parent or guardian of the minor, and (b) the supply is consistent with the responsible supervision of the minor.

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S117(6)

A person must not obtain liquor from licensed premises on behalf of a minor unless the person is the parent or guardian of the minor. Defence for proving permission from parent.

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s117(8)

A licensee must not, on licensed premises, allow liquor to be sold or supplied to a minor. Defence if proven the parent supplied the minor.

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s117(10)(12)

(10)In the prosecution for an offence under this section, the burden of proving that a person was a parent or guardian of a minor, or was authorised by a parent or guardian of a minor, is on the person charged. (12) For the purposes of this section, supply of liquor includes serving liquor to a person.

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s118(1)

(1) A minor must not:(a) consume liquor on licensed premises, or (b) consume liquor on the premises of an unlicensed restaurant unless with parent/guardian with parents permission, or (c) obtain, or attempt to obtain, liquor for consumption on licensed premises, or
(d) carry liquor away, or attempt to carry liquor away, from licensed premises unless the minor was ordered or requested by another person to carry the liquor away from the licensed premises.

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s118(2)

A person must not: (a) send a minor to licensed premises, or (b) order or request a minor to go to licensed premises, for the purpose of obtaining liquor.

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s119

A licensee must not cause or allow a minor to sell, supply or serve liquor on the licensed premises except with the approval of the Authority.

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s120(1) and (2)

(1) If, under this Act, a minor is required to be accompanied by a responsible adult while in a hotel or on club premises, the responsible adult who is accompanying the minor must not allow the minor to consume liquor on the licensed premises. (2) In the prosecution for an offence under this section, the defendant has the burden of proving that he or she was not the responsible adult in relation to the minor at the relevant time.