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Liquor and Accommodation Act 1990 (No. 44 of 1990)
|Requested: 24 May 2015|
|Consolidated as at: Sessional|
40. Cancellation of out-of-hours permit
(1) The Commissioner may cancel an out-of-hours permit granted in respect of licensed premises if the Commissioner is satisfied that the sale of liquor on those premises between the times specified in the permit
(a) is causing undue annoyance or disturbance to
(i) people living or working in the neighbourhood of the premises; or
(ii) customers or clients of any business in the neighbourhood of the premises; or
(iii) people conducting or attending religious services in the neighbourhood of the premises; or
(b) is causing the occurrence of disorderly conduct
(i) in the premises; or
(ii) in the neighbourhood of the premises.
(2) The cancellation of an out-of-hours permit has effect when notice of the cancellation is served on the licensee.
(3) A notice of cancellation shall inform the licensee of the licensee's right to appeal to the Board against the cancellation of the out-of-hours permit.