Liquor Ban Bylaw 2011

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Liquor Ban Bylaw 2011

A bylaw to control the consumption of alcohol in those public places where Council is concerned the possession of liquor in the public place may result in disorderly behaviour and criminal offending.

1 December 2011 - Liquor control in public places - explanatory note

The Local Government Act 2002 gives Council the authority to control the consumption and possession of liquor in public places. Council can create ongoing liquor bans or ban liquor for one-off special events in public places.

The aim of this bylaw is to control the consumption of alcohol in those situations where Council is concerned that the possession of liquor may result in disorderly behaviour and criminal offending.

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Marlborough District Council Liquor Ban Bylaw 2011 (Flipbook)