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Liquor Act 2007 No 90
Current version for 1 December 2019 to date (accessed 11 December 2019 at 17:51)
Extended trading authorisation—small bars
The Authority may, on application by the holder of a small bar licence, authorise the licensee to sell or supply liquor, for consumption on the licensed premises only, during a specified period outside of the standard trading period for small bars.Small bars that are not in a prescribed precinct are, on the granting of the small bar licence, authorised to trade between midnight and 2 am. See section 20B(2).An extended trading authorisation for a small bar cannot authorise the sale or supply of liquor after 5 am or before 10 am on any day of the week.An extended trading authorisation in relation to a small bar operates to authorise the sale or supply of liquor on the licensed premises—on a regular basis (until such time as the authorisation is varied or revoked by the Authority), orif the authorisation so provides—on an occasion considered by the Authority to be a special occasion and that takes place on a specified date, orif the authorisation so provides—on up to 12 separate occasions in any period of 12 months.In granting an extended trading authorisation for a small bar, the Authority is to specify the trading hours during which the licensee is authorised to sell or supply liquor.Section 49(8) applies in relation to an extended trading authorisation granted by the Authority under this section.