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Regulatory Impact Statement Proposed Liquor Regulation 2018

The Liquor Regulation 2008 is due to expire on 1 September 2018. It is proposed to replace this regulation with the Liquor Regulation 2018 ('the proposed Regulation').

The primary objective of the proposed Regulation is to effectively support the operation of the Liquor Act 2007 through regulatory practices that are transparent, consistent and reasonable.

Before the proposed Regulation can be made, a formal process of review must be undertaken in accordance with the requirements of the Subordinate Legislation Act 1989.

A Regulatory Impact Statement has been prepared to explain the effect of the proposed Regulation and its costs and benefits.

Liquor & Gaming NSW is inviting comment on the proposed Regulation.

Submissions may be provided to Liquor & Gaming NSW up until midnight Tuesday 24 July 2018.

Email submissions to or post them to:

Liquor Regulation Regulatory Impact Statement
Liquor & Gaming NSW
GPO Box 7060

All submissions received, except where anonymity has been requested, will be published on the Liquor & Gaming NSW website.