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RepealedThis By-law was repealed on 22 May 2015 by Control of Undertakings that Sell Liquor to the Public.
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Liquor Trading Days and Hours By-law, 2012
- Published in Western Cape Provincial Gazette no. 6986 on 20 April 2012
- Commenced on 20 April 2012
- [This is the version of this document from 20 April 2012 and includes any amendments published up to 17 June 2022.]
- [Repealed by Control of Undertakings that Sell Liquor to the Public on 22 May 2015]
PreambleWHEREAS a municipality may, in terms of section 156 of the Constitution, make and administer by-laws for the effective administration of the matters which it has the right to administer;WHEREAS it is the intention of the municipality to set trading days and hours for all licensed premises, business or outlets situated within the Swartland municipal area that sell liquor to the public;AND NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ENACTED by the Council of the Swartland Municipality, as follows:
2. Trading days and hours for sale and consumption of liquor on licensed premises
3. Trading days and hours for consumption of liquor off licensed premises
4. Transitional provisions
5. Offences and penalties
6. Short titleThis By-law is called the Swartland Municipality By-law on Liquor Trading Days and Hours and commences on the date of publication thereof in the Provincial Gazette.
History of this By-law
22 May 2015
20 April 2012 this versionPublished in Western Cape Provincial Gazette no. 6986By-law commences.