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Liquor and Accommodation Act 1990 (No. 44 of 1990)
Requested:  28 May 2015
Consolidated as at:  Sessional

16. General liquor exemptions

      (1) If the Board is of the opinion that –

(a) the sale of liquor in a particular manner; or

(b) the sale of a particular class of liquor –

should not require to be authorized by a liquor licence or a liquor permit, the Board may, by notice in the Gazette, grant a general liquor exemption which authorizes the sale of liquor in that manner or the sale of that particular class of liquor.

      (2) A general liquor exemption shall –

(a) specify –

(i) the manner of sale of liquor; or

(ii) the class of liquor that may be sold –

that is authorized by the general exemption; and

(b) specify any condition to be complied with when liquor is sold in that manner or when that class of liquor is sold.

      (3) If a condition specified in a general liquor exemption in accordance with subsection (2)(b) is not complied with the general liquor exemption is not authorization to sell liquor as specified in the exemption.