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In late 2019, New South Wales Government announced it will implement certain key recommendations from the Joint Select Committee’s report on Sydney’s night time economy, including a range of reforms to NSW’s liquor laws. The liquor law reforms will be implemented in stages to allow time for consultation where necessary.

Initial liquor law reforms came into effect in January 2020 and others will be implemented in stages. At DC Strategy Lawyers, we have recognised the current demand for liquor licences and can  assist restaurant and small bar business owners with obtaining the most appropriate licence for your business type. 

Liquor licensing in NSW is diverse and complex and finding the right liquor licence that suites your business can be difficult. If you are buying a food franchise business that requires a liquor licence transfer or establishing a new business that requires an on-premises liquor licence, our legal team can assist you. 

DC Strategy Lawyers have the expertise and experience to answer your questions and provide coordinated approach to the management of your liquor licensing requirements. We provide advice, and prepare documentation to ensure that the granting of a new on premises liquor licence, community impact statements, primary service authorisation, or the transfer of an existing liquor licence runs smoothly and without costly omissions. Our team of professionals can provide comprehensive cost-effective solutions to meet your needs

Feel free to speak to us if you would like more clarity on these changes as they relate to you. Contact our legal team at legal@dcstrategy.com 

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