Section 17 of the Liquor Control Act 1988 provides as follows:

17. Representation

1. A party to proceedings being determined by the licensing authority may appear —
a. personally;
b. by counsel;
c.

if the party is a member of an association which the licensing authority recognises as having been formed to promote or protect the interests of a section of the liquor industry, or of employees in the liquor industry — by an officer or employee of that association;

d. if the party is a body corporate — by an officer or employee of the body corporate who has obtained leave of the licensing authority to appear on its behalf; or
e.

by any other person approved by the licensing authority.

2. The Commissioner of Police may be represented before the licensing authority by a member of the Police Force, and where a member of the Police Force purports in any proceedings to represent the Commissioner of Police that person shall be deemed, in the absence of proof to the contrary, to have been authorised by the Commissioner of Police so to do.
[Section 17 amended by No. 12 of 1998 s. 12.]

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