A list of publications put out by the department's service areas.
The department promotes, encourages and supports strategies to minimise harm from alcohol use in the interests of the health and safety of those participating in sporting and recreational activities.
Under section 115(4a) of the Liquor Control Act 1988 (‘the Act’) it is the prerogative of all licensees to set dress standards which are suitable for their particular premises.
A standard entertainment condition is imposed on most licences.
Guidance on the specific circumstances whereby the sale, supply and consumption of liquor is exempt from the application of the Act under the Liquor Control Regulations 1989 (‘the regulations’).
This document provides guidance on extended trading permits that are sought for ongoing (i.e. long term) or indefinite circumstances and the factors that the licensing authority may have regard to when considering applications for these permits.
Section 50 of the Liquor Control Act 1988 (“the Act‟) authorises a restaurant licence to sell and supply liquor for consumption on the licensed premises only ancillary to a meal supplied by the licensee and eaten by the patron on the licensed premises.
Under section 60 of the Act the licensing authority may grant an extended trading permit (ETP) authorising the licensee to sell and supply liquor in circumstances to which the licence would not otherwise apply.
To provide guidance on the requirements for the sale and consumption of liquor on golf courses.
Presented to the Minister for Racing and Gaming
Information for local governments in relation to the Liquor Control Act 1988 and the development of a local liquor policy.
An approved manager must, unless the Director of Liquor Licensing determines otherwise, be present at the licensed premises.
Guidance for mandatory training
Under the Liquor Control Act 1988 (‘the Act’), the sale and supply of liquor must always take place on or from the licensed premises.
Under section 16 of the Liquor Control Act 1988 (‘the Act’), the licensing authority is required to act without undue formality and is not bound by the legal rules of evidence.
This document provides the industry with a framework of practices to follow in the responsible promotion and advertising of liquor.
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