Liquor Licensing is a complex area of law. The penalties for not complying with the relevant laws and principles are extreme. The maximum penalty for non compliance is a fine of $20,000, therefore it is important you consult with your Solicitor to ensure that you are compliant with the relevant laws.
Liquor Licenses generally fall under two categories. The first category is that of a sporting club, hotel or business that wishes to sell alcohol. Westley DiGiorgio Norcock are experienced in negotiating and applying for licenses that cover all of the areas that alcohol is consumes, whereby giving the Licensee the confidence that it is compliant with the relevant laws.
The second category is a Producers Licence. A Producers Licence authorises the sale of liquor produced by the Licensee. This enables a wine maker, grower or backyard brewer the opportunity to have cellar door tastings and sell the product on site.
It is important that you consult a Solicitor to organise your Liquor Licence application or renewal.