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Liquor Regulation 2008
Repealed version for 1 July 2018 to 31 August 2018 (accessed 18 November 2019 at 16:50)
Part 3 Division 2 Clause 10
10   Categories of CIS
(1)  A community impact statement (CIS) that is required to accompany a relevant application (as referred to in section 48 (2) of the Act) is to be a category A CIS or a category B CIS as determined in accordance with this clause.
(2)  A category A CIS is required if the relevant application is:
(a)  an application for a packaged liquor licence that is limited to the sale of liquor only by means of taking orders over the telephone or by facsimile or mail order, or through an Internet site, or
(b)    (Repealed)
(c)  an application under section 59 of the Act for approval to remove a licence referred to in paragraph (a) to other premises, or
(d)    (Repealed)
(e)  an application for an extended trading authorisation in relation to an on-premises licence if the authorisation operates to authorise the sale of liquor (otherwise than to the residents of the licensed premises and their guests) at any time between 5 am and 10 am or between 10 pm and midnight on a Sunday, or
(e1)  an application for a multi-occasion extended trading authorisation, or
(f)  an application for an authorisation under section 24 (3) of the Act, or
(g)  an application that is required by the Authority under paragraph (f) of the definition of relevant application in section 48 (2) of the Act to be accompanied by a category A CIS.
(3)  A category B CIS is required if the relevant application is:
(a)  an application for a hotel licence, or
(b)  an application for a club licence, or
(b1)  an application for a small bar licence, or
Note.
 Applications in relation to small bars are exempt from the CIS requirements in certain circumstances—see section 48 (3A) of the Act.
(c)  an application for a packaged liquor licence (other than a licence that is limited to the sale or supply of liquor through an Internet site), or
(d)  an application for a on-premises licence that relates to a public entertainment venue other than a cinema or a theatre, or
(e)  an application for an ongoing extended trading authorisation in relation to a licence referred to in paragraphs (a)–(d), or
(f)  an application under section 59 of the Act for approval to remove a licence referred to in paragraphs (a)–(d) to other premises, or
(g)  an application for an ongoing extended trading authorisation in relation to an on-premises licence if the authorisation operates to authorise the sale of liquor at any time between midnight and 5 am, or
(h)  an application for an ongoing extended trading authorisation in relation to a producer/wholesaler licence if the authorisation operates to authorise the sale of liquor by retail (otherwise than to the residents of the licensed premises and their guests) at any time between midnight and 5 am, or
(i)  an application that is required by the Authority under paragraph (f) of the definition of relevant application in section 48 (2) of the Act to be accompanied by a category B CIS.
(4)  A category A CIS is not required to accompany an application for a multi-occasion extended trading authorisation if:
(a)  in the case of an application that relates to club premises—the club premises have unrestricted trading hours at the time the application is made, or
(b)  in the case of an application that relates to club premises—within the period of 6 months before the application is made:
(i)  the trading hours of the club premises have been reduced by a condition under section 54 of the Act (or a request has been made by the club for a condition to be imposed under that section that would result in reduced trading hours), or
(ii)  an ongoing extended trading authorisation in respect of the club premises has, on application by the club, been revoked or been varied so as to reduce the trading hours to no later than 1.30 am (or an application has been made to reduce the trading hours to no later than 1.30 am), or
(c)  in the case of an application that relates to any other licensed premises—the trading hours of the premises at the time the application is made are equal to or more than the trading hours under the proposed extended trading authorisation.