Licensing and Registration (Uniform Procedures) Act 2002 No 28
14 Provision of further information and supporting
(1) The relevant licensing authority may serve notice on an applicant
requiring the applicant to provide:
(a) such information further to the original information contained in
the application, and
(b) such documentary or other evidence (such as a photograph of the
applicant) in support of the original or further
as the authority may require to enable it to deal with the
Note. Part 4A makes special provision for photographic identification
for some licences.
(2) In particular, the relevant licensing authority may require an
applicant to provide:
(a) details of any offence for which the applicant has been convicted
or found guilty in this State or elsewhere (together with details of any
penalty imposed for the offence), and
(b) details of any criminal proceedings pending against the applicant
in this State or elsewhere.
(3) If the applicant fails to comply with the requirements of a notice
referred to in subsection (1) within 14 days after the notice is served, the
relevant licensing authority may refuse the application without dealing with
it any further.
(4) The refusal of an application under this section entitles the
applicant to a refund of fees under section 22 but not to a right of review
under section 23.