(1) Nothing in this Act shall be construed as interfering with or derogating from the right of any person who is the holder of a licence under the Liquor Act 1970 3, from selling liquor pursuant to that licence.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of the Liquor Act 1970 3, a licensed auctioneer who is also the holder of a licence granted under that Act may sell liquor by auction in accordance with his licence under that Act on premises other than those in respect of which he is licensed under that Act.
(3) Where on any premises a sale of the goods and effects of the occupier or late occupier of those premises is to be held a licensed auctioneer may sell by auction any liquor which was comprised in the private stock of such occupier or late occupier and which had been kept by him for home consumption if that auctioneer ¾
(a) holds a licence under the Liquor Act 1970 3, authorizing him so to do; or
(b) he has the written licence of a magistrate so to do.
(4) Notwithstanding the provisions of the Liquor Act 1970 3, a magistrate may grant a licence for the purposes of subsection (3), without payment, and any licence so granted has effect only on the day and in relation to the premises therein specified.
[Section 33 amended by No. 59 of 2004 s. 141.]