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Liquor and Accommodation Act 1990 (No. 44 of 1990)
|Requested: 22 May 2013|
|Consolidated as at: Sessional|
Division 6 - Obligations of licensees
183. Licensee to keep records
(1) A licensee shall keep records showing
(a) in the case of a licensee growing grapes
(i) the types of grapes grown; and
(ii) the size of the area in which each type of grape is grown; and
(iii) the date each area was planted with grape vines; and
(iv) where the licensee does not produce wine
(A) the name and address of the person who is to produce wine from the grapes; and
(B) the amount of each type of grape sent to that person; and
(C) the date when the grapes were sent to that person; and
(b) in the case of a licensee producing wine
(i) the types of grapes used to produce each wine; and
(ii) the quantity of grapes used to produce each wine; and
(iii) the date of harvest; and
(iv) the date when any wine is bottled; and
(v) where the licensee does not grow grapes
(A) the name and address of each person who grew grapes used to produce wine by the licensee; and
(B) the amount of grapes delivered by each such person; and
(C) the dates when grapes were delivered by each such person.
(2) A licensee shall keep a record in such form as the Commissioner specifies.
(3) A licensee shall keep a record
(a) on the premises specified in the licence; or
(b) on such other premises as the Commissioner approves.
(4) A licensee shall preserve a record for 5 years after the date referred to in subsection (1)(a)(iii) or (b)(iii), as the case may be.
(5) A licensee shall
(a) produce a record to an authorized officer when requested to do so; and
(b) allow an authorized officer to take copies of a record.
184. Licensee to provide abstracts
(1) A licensee shall provide the Commissioner with abstracts of the licensee's records kept in accordance with section 183 to enable the Commissioner to ensure that only grapes grown in Tasmania are used to produce appellation wine.
(2) An abstract
as the Commissioner specifies.
(a) shall be provided at such time; and
(b) shall contain such information; and
(c) shall be provided in such form
185. Licensee to retain control over growing grapes, &c.
The licensee shall ensure that the production of wine, or the growing of grapes, as the case may be, on the premises specified in the licence is carried out in such a way that the licensee can exercise control over the entire process.
186. Licensee not to alter premises
A licensee shall not alter premises specified in a wine producers licence without the Commissioner's approval.
187. Licensee to cultivate, &c.
A licensee shall ensure that any premises specified in a wine producers licence that are used to grow grapes are properly cultivated for that purpose and that the vines are kept free of pests and diseases.
188. Licensee to keep premises clean, &c.
A licensee shall ensure that the premises specified in a wine producers licence are kept clean, tidy and in good order and that any part of the premises used to produce wine is kept in a hygienic condition and free from contamination.
189. Wine producers licence to be produced on demand
A licensee shall produce the licensee's wine producers licence to an authorized officer when required to do so.
190. True samples to be provided
A licensee shall not provide for the purposes of this Part any sample of wine that is not a fair representation of the whole of that wine.
191. Approved labels to be used only for specified wine
A licensee shall not use in respect of any wine produced by the licensee a label that has been approved in accordance with this Part for use in respect of another wine.
192. Only approved labels to be fixed to appellation wine
A licensee shall not fix to an appellation wine, in addition to the approved label, any other label that has not been approved by the Commissioner.
193. Licensee not to hinder authorized officer
A licensee shall not
(a) hinder an authorized officer carrying out the officer's duties under this Act; or
(b) fail to comply with any requirement of an authorized officer made in accordance with this Act; or
(c) fail to provide an authorized officer with reasonable assistance in the exercise of any power under this Part.