(1) An amalgamated club may de-amalgamate in accordance with this Division.(2) The de-amalgamation of an amalgamated club is effected by:(a) the formation of a new registered club (referred to in this Division as the de-amalgamated club), and(b) the transfer to the de-amalgamated club of the title to (or of the right to occupy) the premises (or any part of the premises) that were, immediately before the amalgamation with the parent club, owned or occupied by the dissolved club (referred to in this Division as the relevant premises), and(c) the transfer to the de-amalgamated club, under section 60 of the Liquor Act 2007, of the club licence held by the amalgamated club in respect of the relevant premises.Note. Under section 60 (6) of the Liquor Act 2007 the club licence held by the amalgamated club for the relevant premises may be transferred to the de-amalgamated club only if the Authority is satisfied that the requirements of this Division have been complied with.(3) In this Division:
dissolved club and parent club have the same meanings as in Division 1A.(4) For the purposes of this Division, the members of the dissolved club include any person who, following the amalgamation, has become a member of the amalgamated club but only in relation to the relevant premises.