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Annual Report 1992-1993 Northern Territory Liquor Commission



Annual Report 1992-1993 Northern Territory Liquor Commission

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Northern Territory Liquor Commission APPENDIX 1 DEFINITIONS Off Licences being premises where liquor may only be consumed away from those premises. These include stores, liquor merchants and other off licences such as booth licences at sporting venues. On Licences where liquor may only be consumed on premises irrespective of whether it may also be sold for "take-away" consumption. These include public hotels, private hotels, taverns, construction camps, nightclubs and theatres. Club Licences are issued to bodies incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act of the Northern Territory whose members have joined together for a common non-profit purpose (eg., sporting, social, etc). Roadside Inns are licensed for the consumption of liquor on and away from the premises and which are required to provide those services reasonably required by the travelling public (eg. fuels, oils, accommodation and food). Special Licences are licences which are issued for the sale of liquor for one particular event held over one or more days, but not exceeding five. Special Extended Licences are licences which are issued for a series of events over an extended period up to twelve months. Annual Report 1993 Page 16

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