Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012

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22 Special licences

(1)

There are 2 kinds of special licence: on-site special licences and off-site special licences.

(2)

On the premises a special licence designated as an on-site special licence is held for, the licensee can sell or supply alcohol, for consumption there, to people attending an event described in it.

(3)

Where the holder of an on-licence or a club licence for any premises also holds a special licence designated as an on-site special licence for the premises, the holder can at a time when the sale of alcohol on the premises would otherwise be unlawful (whether by virtue of a provision of this Act relating to licensed premises or licensed premises of any kind, or by virtue of any condition subject to which the on-licence or club licence was issued) sell or supply alcohol, for consumption there, if it is sold or supplied—

(a)

to people attending an event described in the special licence; and

(b)

in accordance with the special licence.

(4)

Subsection (3) does not limit or affect the generality of subsection (2).

(5)

On the premises a special licence designated as an off-site special licence is held for, the licensee can sell the licensee’s alcohol, for consumption somewhere else, to people attending an event described in it.

(6)

While the premises a special licence designated as an off-site special licence is held for are open for the sale of the licensee’s alcohol for consumption somewhere else, the licensee can also supply alcohol free, as a sample, for consumption on the premises.

Compare: 1989 No 63 ss 73, 74