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Monday, 27 February 2017

Liquor & Gaming NSW decisions

From 1 March 2015, Liquor & Gaming NSW (L&GNSW) is required by Part 5 of the Gaming and Liquor Administration Act 2007 to publish on its website notices of certain decisions by the Secretary of the Department of Justice (the Secretary) or the respective L&GNSW delegate.

On this page, L&GNSW publishes notices of decisions in relation to disturbance provisions of the Liquor Act (section 81 of the Liquor Act 2007) and decisions in relation to second strikes under the 'Three Strikes' Disciplinary Scheme (section 144D (2) of the Liquor Act 2007).

Each notice is required to include a statement of reasons. It must also include details of any penalty, sanction and corrective action imposed in relation to the decision.

Decisions by the Secretary under liquor legislation may be subject to review by the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (ILGA). The status of each decisi​on is therefore included in the notice. Decisions are designated as: Finalised, Under review, Confirmed after review, Varied after review or Revoked after review.

​Notice of Decision under S.81 of the Liquor Act 2007 in relation to a disturbance complaint - Oriental Tavern Mudgee - 3 February 2017

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