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Liquor Act 2007 No 90
Current version for 1 December 2019 to date (accessed 23 February 2020 at 22:56)
130E Automatic licence cancellation for third offence
(1) A licence is cancelled if—(a) a relevant prescribed offence event occurs in relation to a prescribed offence committed on the licensed premises, and(b) during the period of 12 months (but more than 28 days) before the offence is committed a prescribed offence has been committed on the licensed premises on at least 2 previous occasions that were at least 28 days apart, and(c) a relevant prescribed offence event occurred in relation to each of those previous offences.(2) The cancellation of a licence under this section takes effect on the day on which the licensee is notified by the Secretary in writing of the cancellation. If at the time of the cancellation the licence is suspended under section 130D, the cancellation does not take effect until after the suspension ends.(3) If a licence is cancelled under this section, the person who was the licence holder is disqualified from holding a licence for a period of 12 months commencing on the day on which the person is notified by the Secretary in writing of the disqualification. Any such notice may be included in the notice under subsection (2).