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Liquor Act 2007 No 90
Current version for 1 December 2019 to date (accessed 9 December 2019 at 03:14)
Part 9A Division 2 Section 144G
144G   Remedial action—imposition of licence conditions
(1) Remedial action for 1 strike If a person who is the licensee or manager of licensed premises incurs 1 strike that is in force, the Authority may impose conditions on the licence that relate to any one or more of the following—
(a)  the use of plans of management and incident registers in respect of the licensed premises,
(b)  the prohibition of the use of glass or other breakable containers on the licensed premises,
(c)  the engagement of persons to promote the responsible service of alcohol on the licensed premises,
(d)  the notification of persons, by the licensee, that the strike has been incurred,
(e)  any other matter that may be prescribed by the regulations.
(2) Remedial action for 2 strikes If a person who is the licensee or manager of licensed premises incurs 2 strikes that are in force, the Authority may impose conditions on the licence that relate to any one or more of the following—
(a)  in the case where the licence is held by a corporation—the persons who may be appointed as a manager of the licensed premises,
(b)  the implementation of security measures in respect of the licensed premises,
(c)  the prohibition of the sale or supply of liquor on the licensed premises before 10 am or after 11 pm (or both),
(d)  the prohibition of patrons entering the licensed premises at certain times,
(e)  the prohibition of the sale or supply of certain types of liquor on the licensed premises (including liquor with a high alcohol content or liquor that is intended to be consumed rapidly such as a shot),
(f)  the prohibition of certain types of entertainment on the licensed premises,
(g)  any matter referred to in subsection (1),
(h)  any other matter that may be prescribed by the regulations.
(3) Remedial action for 3 strikes If a person who is the licensee or manager of licensed premises incurs 3 strikes that are in force, the Authority may do any one or more of the following—
(a)  by order in writing, suspend the licence for up to 12 months,
(b)  by order in writing, cancel the licence and disqualify (for up to 12 months) any of the following persons from being granted a licence in respect of the premises to which the cancelled licence related (the subject premises)—
(i)  any person who was a business owner under the cancelled licence at the time the prescribed offence resulting in the third strike being incurred was committed,
(ii)  any close associate of any such business owner,
(c)  impose a condition on the licence, or any subsequent licence issued in respect of the subject premises, that a person who is disqualified under paragraph (b) must not be employed or otherwise engaged as an employee or agent of the licensee or manager of those premises,
(d)  impose a condition on the licence relating to any matter referred to in subsections (1) and (2),
(e)  impose, vary or revoke any other condition on the licence that is not inconsistent with this Act.