A person (the applicant) applying to an issuer for an evidence of age document must be 18 years of age or older, and must—
(a) Produce a statutory declaration made by the applicant that includes the information specified in regulation 21B; and
(b) Produce 1 of the forms of evidence of identification specified in regulation 21C; and
(c) If the applicant produces 1 of the forms of evidence of identification specified in regulation 21C(d), (f), (g), (i), or (j), produce a statement as to identification that complies with regulation 21D; and
(d) Produce 1 of the forms of evidence of address specified in regulation 21E; and
(e) Produce, or permit the issuer to take, 2 photographs of the applicant that comply with regulation 21F.
Regulations 21A to 21F and the preceding heading were inserted, as from 8 October 1999, by regulation 3 Sale of Liquor Amendment Regulations 1999 (SR 1999/335).