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105—Prescribed entertainment on licensed premises

        (2)         A licensee must not use any part of licensed premises for the purpose of providing prescribed entertainment except in accordance with the consent of the licensing authority.

Maximum penalty:

            (a)         for a first offence—$10 000;

            (b)         for a second or subsequent offence—$20 000.

Expiation fee: $1 200.

        (3)         The licensing authority may only grant its consent under this section if satisfied that—

            (a)         the giving of the consent is consistent with the objects of this Act; and

            (b)         the prescribed entertainment is unlikely to give undue offence to people who reside, work or worship in the vicinity of the premises.

        (4)         The consent of the licensing authority under this section—

            (a)         may be conditional or unconditional; and

            (b)         may be varied or revoked by the licensing authority.

        (5)         For the purposes of this section, a reference to "licensed premises will be taken to include a reference to any area adjacent to the licensed premises that is under the control of the licensee for the licensed premises.

        (6)         In this section—

"prescribed entertainment" means—

            (a)         entertainment of a sexually explicit nature; or

            (b)         a professional or public boxing or martial art event within the meaning of the Boxing and Martial Arts Act 2000 ; or

            (c)         any other entertainment of a kind prescribed by the regulations for the purposes of this definition,

but does not include entertainment of a kind excluded by the regulations from the ambit of this definition.

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