LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 1974
(5) Without prejudice to any other provision of this section, the licensing authority may grant a licence subject to such conditions as the authority deems expedient to secure the proper conduct of the licensed premises, and, in particular, the authority may restrict the sale of intoxicating liquor of certain kinds or in certain containers.
(6) Any conditions imposed under subsection (5) shall be endorsed on the licence and the licensing authority shall by notice in writing to the applicant give its reasons for the imposition of conditions under subsection (5).
[Section 15 amended by 1998 : 9 effective 15 May 1998]
Taking effect and duration of licences, etc
(1) Except as provided by this Act every licence shall be granted to take effect from
1st June next after the granting thereof, and shall remain in force for one year.
(2) It shall be lawful for the licensing authority to grant any licence at any time to take effect on and from the date named therein, and to continue for the period ending on 31st May next following; and where a licence is issued after 30th November in any year the person obtaining the licence shall pay therefor half of the sum payable for a year as set out in the Second Schedule.
This section shall not apply to a provisional licence.
Where a licence has been granted and was in force immediately before the
commencement of the Liquor Licence Amendment Act 1998, it shall be deemed to remain in force for an additional period of two months upon payment by the licensed person of one- sixth of the sum payable for a year as set out in the Second Schedule.
[Section 16 amended by 1998 : 9 effective 15 May 1998]
Transfer of licences
(1) The licensing authority may, on application made in accordance with this Act,
transfer a licence—
to any person; or
to any premises within the same licensing district, approved by the licensing authority.
Any transfer of a licence shall be endorsed on the original licence.
Mandatory condition of licences
(1) The holder of a Licence (A), a Restricted Licence (A), a Hotel Licence, a
Restaurant Licence, a Propriety Club Licence, a Member’s Club Licence, a Tour Boat Licence or an Occasional Licence, his servant or agent shall examine the photographic identification as proof of age of any person in the licensed premises who appears to be a minor before the
sale or supply of intoxicating liquor.
(2) The holder of a Licence (B) or a Night Club Licence, his servant or agent shall examine the photographic identification as proof of age of any person seeking entry to the licensed premises before granting access.