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s121

The Authority may, on the application by a hotelier, grant an authorisation (a minors area authorisation) to enable the use by a minor of a specified part of the hotel while in the company of a responsible adult.

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s122(1)(2)

(1) In this section: licensed premises means a hotel or a licensed public entertainment venue. (2) The Authority may, on application by the licensee concerned, grant an authorisation (a minors functions authorisation) to enable minors to attend a function or functions in a specified part of licensed premises.

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s122(4) (5)

Without limiting section 51, a minors functions authorisation is subject to the following conditions: (read when needed) (5) (5) A licensee is guilty of an offence if any conditions of a minors functions authorisation held by the licensee are contravened.

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s123(1)

A minor must not: (a) enter or remain in the bar area of a hotel or club premises, or (b) enter or remain in a part of a hotel to which a minors area authorisation relates unless the minor is in the company of a responsible adult, or (b1) enter or remain in a small bar during trading hours, or (c) enter or remain in a licensed public entertainment venue unless: (i) the minor is in the company of a responsible adult, or (ii) a function is being held in the venue in accordance with a minors functions authorisation.

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s123(3)

A minor does not commit an offence under subsection (1) (a) if the minor: (a) is present in the bar area only for so long as is reasonably necessary to pass through the area in order to conveniently gain access to another area of the hotel or club premises that the minor may enter without contravening this Act, or (b) is performing in a show or other live entertainment performance held in the bar area, and is in the company of a responsible adult while in the bar area.

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s123(4)

Minor may be in bar area of club if at wedding reception.

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s124(1)

If a minor: (a) enters a bar area of a hotel or club premises, or (b) enters a part of a hotel to which a minors area authorisation is in force, but is not in the company of a responsible adult, or (b1) enters a small bar during trading hours, or (c) enters a licensed public entertainment venue, but is not in the company of a responsible adult, the licensee is guilty of an offence.

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s124(2)

If a minor: (a) is in a bar area of a hotel or club premises, or (b) is in a part of a hotel to which a minors area authorisation is in force, but is not in the company of a responsible adult, or (b1) is in a small bar during trading hours, or (c) is in a licensed public entertainment venue, but is not in the company of a responsible adult,
the licensee is guilty of an offence unless the minor is immediately removed from the area or premises concerned.

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s124(3)

A licensee does not commit an offence under this section if the minor: (a) is at least 14 years of age and produces to the licensee (or an employee or agent of the licensee) an evidence of age document that may reasonably be accepted as applying to the minor and as proving that the minor is of or above the age of 18 years

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s124(4)

A licensee does not commit an offence under this section in relation to a minor entering, or being or remaining in, a bar area of a hotel or club premises if the minor: (a) is present in the bar area only for so long as is reasonably necessary to pass through the area in order to conveniently gain access to another area of the hotel or club premises that the minor may enter without contravening this Act, and (b) is in the company of a responsible adult while in the bar area.