Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012

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60 Sale and supply in clubs to members and guests only

(1)

The holder of a club licence must ensure that no alcohol is sold or supplied to any person for consumption on the premises unless the person is—

(a)

an authorised customer; or

(b)

if the licence issued subject to a condition allowing alcohol to be sold or supplied to people of that kind, a person who is on the premises at the invitation of an authorised visitor who is also on the premises.

(2)

If a club licence and an off-licence are held for the same premises, the holder must ensure that no alcohol is sold or supplied to any person for consumption off the premises unless the person is an authorised customer.

(3)

In this section,—

authorised customer, in relation to premises a club licence is held for, means a person who—

(a)

is a member of the club concerned; or

(b)

is on the premises at the invitation of, and is accompanied by, a member of the club concerned; or

(c)

is an authorised visitor

authorised visitor, in relation to premises a club licence is held for, means a member of some other club with which the club concerned has an arrangement for reciprocal visiting rights for members

member, in relation to a club, means a person who—

(a)

has expressly agreed in writing to comply with the club’s rules; and

(b)

is recognised as a member of the club by those rules.