LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 1974
(2) In determining an appeal under this section the Supreme Court may dismiss the appeal or may allow the appeal; and where the Court allows an appeal it shall remit the matter to the licensing authority with a direction, as the case may be—
to grant or transfer the licence which the licensing authority have refused to grant or transfer; or
to grant or transfer the licence subject to such conditions as the Court may direct; or
to cancel the grant or transfer of the licence which the licensing authority have granted or transferred,
and the licensing authority shall comply with any such direction:
Provided that where an appeal is allowed on the ground that the licensing authority erred on a material question of law, the Court may remit the matter to the licensing authority with a direction to rehear according to law the application for the grant or transfer of the licence.
(3) Upon the determination of an appeal under this section the Supreme Court may make such order as to the payment of all or any of the costs of the appeal as the Court thinks just and equitable, and any such order may be enforced as if the appeal were an appeal to the Supreme Court in a civil cause or matter.
Notification of Commissioner of Police and Accountant-General of licences granted
Within fourteen days after the grant or transfer of a licence the licensing authority
shall notify the Commissioner of Police and the Accountant General of the name of the licensed person, the location of the licensed premises and the class of licence granted and
the Commissioner of Police shall keep a list of all licences issued and in force.
Surrender of licences
(1) The holder of any licence may surrender his licence by giving to the chairman
notice in writing, notifying his intention so to do and specifying the date as from which he desires to surrender the licence; and where such notice has been given the licence shall cease to have effect as from the date specified and the premises in respect of which it was
granted shall cease as from that date so be licensed premises.
(2) Where any licence has been surrendered under subsection (1) the licence document shall be delivered to the chairman on the day on which the licence ceases to have effect; and any person who fails to comply with this requirement commits an offence:
Punishment on summary conviction: a fine of $200.
(3) Where any licence has been surrendered under subsection (1), no part of the licence fee payable under section 27 shall be refunded.