Sale and Supply of Alcohol Regulations 2013

13 Requirements for statements of annual sales revenue (new businesses)


In the case of premises to which subclause (2) applies, the statement of annual sales revenue to which, by virtue of section 33(2)(a)(ii) of the Act, the licensing authority or a licensing committee must have regard in determining for the purposes of the Act whether any premises are a grocery store must contain—


a statement of the projected gross sales revenue of the business to be carried on on the premises for the period of 12 months after the time at which the application for the issue or renewal of an off-licence for the premises is made—


excluding GST; and


excluding excise duty and excise-equivalent duty on tobacco products; and


after deduction of all projected revenue from sales of lotto, Keno, Instant Kiwi, or any other New Zealand lottery promoted by the New Zealand Lotteries Commission; and


a statement assigning the remainder of that projected revenue to the following categories:


the sale of food products:


the sale of alcohol:


the sale of tobacco:


the sale of convenience foods:


other sources of revenue.


This subclause applies to premises where, as at the time at which an application for the issue or renewal of an off-licence for the premises is made,—


business has been carried on for less than 12 months; or


the business being carried on has changed materially during the 12 months before that time.

Regulation 13(1)(a)(ia): inserted, on 15 September 2017, by regulation 7 of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/219).