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PUBLIC HEALTH (TOBACCO) ACT 2008 - SECT 7
Packing and sale of tobacco product without health warning prohibited
(1) A person must not pack a tobacco product into a package in which the
product is to be sold unless the package is marked with a health warning.
A person must not sell a tobacco product unless the package in which the
product is sold is marked with a health warning.
(3) This section does not
apply to the sale or packing of single cigars.
(4) For the purposes of
subsection (2), a quantity of tobacco product that exceeds the amount
prescribed by the regulations is presumed to be for the purposes of sale if--
(a) it is on premises where tobacco products are being sold, and
(b) it is
not in packaging marked with a health warning. Any such presumption is
: Maximum penalty--100 penalty units, in the case of an
individual and 500 penalty units, in the case of a corporation.
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