Liquor (Baka/Lapire) Licence
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Documents To Accompany Application
(i) Proof of ownership of the premises;
(ii) Where the applicant is not the owner, a copy of the lease agreement as the lessee approving the use of the premises for such a purpose;
1) This licence permits the licensee to manufacture and sell baka/lapire, to be consumed on premises and sell
cigarettes and tobacco.
2) To comply with the licences (liquor and outdoor entertainment) regulations 1998 including conditions
specified in annex a.
3) Liquor shall be sold during the following times only:
– monday to thursday from 11:00pm to 9:00pm
– friday from 11:00pm to 11:00pm
– saturday from 08:30am to 11:00pm
– sunday from 08:30am to 9:00pm
* All public holidays shall be treated as sundays, except on consecutive public holidays where the hours
of sale on the day preceding the last public holiday shall be 8: 30am to 11:00pm *
4. Where a person in a licenced premises is found in possession of liquor outside the hours of sale set out
in 2 above it shall be presumed, until the contrary is proved, that the liquor had been sold and delivered
to that person by and with the knowledge of the licencee.
5) To maintain order on the premises and avoid any disturbance of noise.
6) To display this licence at a conspicuous place on the business premises specified in the licence.
‘’Once issued, licence fee is non-refundable’’.
- The holder of a licence, his servant or agent shall not
- employ or allow a person under the age of 18 years or a person who has been convicted of an offence under the Act or other written law at any time in force or controlling the sale of baka/lapire, to sell, or control or supervise the sale of baka/lapire or to have the custody or control of baka/lapire on the premises specified in the licence.
- Sell baka/lapire to a person already in a state of intoxication
- encourage or incite by any means whatsoever a person already in a state of intoxication to drink baka/lapire on the premises specified in the licence
- keep on the premises specified in the licence for the sale of baka/lapire or sell or expose for sale any baka/lapire during any time when the licence holder is not authorized under the licence to sell baka/lapire
- allow any baka/lapire to be consumed on the premises specified in the licence during any time when he is not authorized under the licence to sell baka/lapire
- admit any person under the age of 18 years at the premises licensed to manufacture and sell baka/lapire
- operate or use the premises for any purpose other than the purpose for which it is licensed
The holder of a licence shall be answerable for the acts and omissions of his servant and if his servant or agent commits an offence under this Act, the holder of the licence and his servant or agent shall be liable to the penalties under this Act and the Authority may revoke the licence unless the holder of the licence proves to the satisfaction of the Court or Authority, as the case may be that he used due diligence to comply with these Regulations and that the offence was committed without his knowledge, consent or connivance.
The holder of a licence to sell baka/lapire shall clearly and conspicuously display on the premises a list of prices of drinks on sale.
The holder of a baka/lapire licence shall personally manage the premises in respect of which the licence is granted unless otherwise authorized in writing by the Authority
The holder of a licence shall not operate any premises unless the premises are licensed for the purpose under these Regulations.
The business of manufacturing and selling baka/lapire shall be carried on at a location approved by the Authority so as not to cause inconvenience or annoyance to neighbours and to be at a reasonable distance from a church, school, or health centre.
The holder of a licence to operate a baka/lapire licence shall comply with the requirements relating to hygiene as laid down by the Ministry of Health.
The holder of a licence to operate a baka/lapire licence shall ensure that the premises is kept clean at all times and is maintained to the satisfaction of the Ministry responsible for Health and that the premises is maintained at all times in good order and repair.
Without prejudice to any other right to refuse admission to or expel a person from the premises specified in the licence, the holder of a licence, his servant or agent shall refuse to admit, and expel from the premises any person
- who is drunk, quarrelsome or disorderly
- whose presence on the premises would subject the holder of the licence, his servant or agent a penalty under the Regulations or any other written law