The department will be closed from Monday 26 December 2022 to Monday 2 January 2023. We will respond to queries in the New Year. Best wishes for a safe and happy Christmas and New Year.
The Liquor Commission will be in recess from Monday 19 December 2022 through to Friday 13 January 2022.
Decisions handed down by the Liquor Commission.
In accordance with section 9I of the Liquor Control Act 1988 and the Liquor Commission Rules 2007:
Parties to any proceedings before the Liquor Commission have the right to appeal any decision to the Supreme Court of Western Australia on a question of law, but any appeal will only be heard on a question of law by a single judge and not the full bench of the superior court.
Judgements handed down by the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
Orders giving consent to withdrawal of proceedings.
Decisions that have set precedents.
Information on who can lodge an appeal.
A person seeking to enforce a decision may file in the Supreme Court:
There is no charge for filing a copy of a decision, an affidavit or a certificate under this section and on filing with the Supreme Court, the decision is to be taken to be a decision of the Supreme Court and may be enforced accordingly.
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