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Liquor and Accommodation Act 1990 (No. 44 of 1990)
|Requested: 21 Dec 2014|
|Consolidated as at: Sessional|
132. Cancellation of accommodation licence
(1) The Commissioner may by written notice served on the licensee cancel an accommodation licence at any time if the Commissioner is satisfied that
(a) the licensee is in prison serving a term of imprisonment; or
(b) the licensee has been convicted of an offence, either in Tasmania or elsewhere, that makes it not in the public interest that the licensee should continue to hold an accommodation licence; or
(c) the licensee's licence has been suspended under or by virtue of this Part on 3 occasions; or
(d) the licensee is no longer using or intending to use the premises specified in the licence to provide tourist accommodation; or
(e) the licensee is no longer the owner or occupier of the premises specified in the licence; or
(f) the licensee is no longer the agent of the owner or occupier of the premises specified in the licence; or
(g) the licence was obtained by means of a false or misleading statement or by a failure to disclose relevant information; or
(h) the premises specified in the accommodation licence have been altered without the Commissioner's approval; or
(i) the licensee can no longer exercise personal control over the provision of tourist accommodation on all or any part of the premises specified in the licence; or
(j) the premises specified in the licence no longer comply with the accommodation standards applicable to the classification of tourist accommodation specified in the licence.
(2) If the Commissioner gives notice cancelling an accommodation licence the Commissioner shall at the same time inform the licensee of the licensee's right to appeal to the Board against the cancellation.
(3) The cancellation of an accommodation licence under this section takes effect when notice of the cancellation is served on the licensee or on such later date as is specified in the notice.