Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Law Commission of New Zealand Report on Sale of Alcohol

The Law Commission of New Zealand has published its final report on the country's liquor laws:

"The terms of reference for the review required the Commission to consider a broad range of issues including: the adequacy of the current liquor licensing laws; alcohol taxation and pricing; advertising; age restrictions and the responsibilities of parents with respect to adolescent drinking. The report contains 153 recommendations to Government and is divided into four parts. Part 1 summarises the public consultation findings and outlines the case for legal reform; Part 2 sets out the detailed framework for a new licensing system; Part 3 deals with alcohol taxation and pricing and the promotion of alcohol and Part 4 addresses alcohol offences, education and treatment."

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 12:14 pm


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