Excise Act 1901
CCH NOTE: No 74 of 2006, s 3 and Sch 1 item 102 contains the following additional provision:
(5) Existing licences to end on 31 March 2007
A licence in force under Part IV of the Excise Act 1901 immediately before 1 July 2006 ceases to be in force at the end of 30 September 2006 (unless cancelled earlier).
The Collector may, on his or her own initiative, do one or more of the following:
(a) vary or revoke a condition of a licence (other than a condition covered by subsection 39D(1) or (2) );
(b) impose an additional condition for the licence;
by written notice given to the licence holder in accordance with subsection (3).39DA(2)
The Collector must be satisfied that the variation, revocation or imposition is necessary or desirable:
(a) for the protection of the revenue; or
(b) for the purpose of ensuring compliance with the Excise Acts. 39DA(3)
The notice must:
(a) state the day (which must be at least 7 days after the day the notice is served) the variation, revocation or imposition is to take effect; and
(b) state that contravening a licence condition may make the licence holder liable for an offence; and
(i) served, either personally or by post, on the licence holder; or
(ii) served personally on a person who, at the time of service, apparently participates in the management or control of the premises specified in the licence.
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