Decisions of the Liquor Commission

In accordance with section 9I of the Liquor Control Act 1988 and the Liquor Commission Rules 2007:

  • A decision of the Commission is to be given in writing and authenticated by
    1. being signed by a member of the Commission; and
    2. having the seal of the Commission affixed to it.
  • The Commission is to give a copy of a decision to each party to the proceedings.
  • A failure of the Commission to comply with subsection 9I (1) or 9I (2) of the Liquor Control Act 1988 does not affect the validity of a decision.

Parties to any proceedings before the Liquor Commission have the right to appeal any decision to the Supreme Court of Western Australia on a question of law, but any appeal will only be heard on a question of law by a single judge and not the full bench of the superior court.

Last Updated: 25/02/2015 13:53:39 PM