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Enforceable undertakings

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An enforceable undertaking is one of several enforcement options available to the Victorian Commission of Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission). It is a legal agreement where a person or organisation undertakes to abide by certain conditions agreed to with the Commission.

The Commission may accept a written undertaking given by a licensee in connection with:

  • a matter with which the Commission has a power of function under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 (the Act)
  • a matter relating to an infringement of the Act.

The Commission has entered into enforceable undertakings with the businesses listed below.

2017

14 March 2017 - Coolaan Nominees Pty Ltd (PDF, 1MB)

The undertaking is in place until the determination of the application.

24 January 2017 - JDOT Pty Ltd (PDF, 896KB)

The undertaking relates to compliance with an acoustic report which is attached to the undertaking.

2016

4 November - Godix Pty Ltd (PDF, 1.23MB)

The undertaking is in place for 12 months from the date of signature by all parties.

2015

4 August - Eureka Geelong Hotel Pty Ltd trading as Eureka Sportz Saloon Cafe (PDF, 84KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

3 August- Jack Poon trading as Karaoke Box Hit Studio (PDF, 827KB)

The undertaking is in place for three years from the date of signature by all parties.

2014

1 December- Liquorland (Australia) Pty Ltd for premises located at Shepparton South (PDF, 628KB)

The undertaking is in place for one year from the date of signature by all parties.

12 February - Celebrity Holdings Pty Ltd trading as Home House (PDF, 472KB)

The undertaking is in place until the licensee completes the conditions set by the Deputy Chairman of the Commission.

3 February - McKenzie Nominees(Australia) Pty Ltd trading as Colonial Club (PDF, 134KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

29 January- Number 17 Pty Ltd trading as Mother's Milk (PDF, 468KB)

The undertaking is in place for the duration of the current liquor licence for the premises.

2013

11 November - Casef Pty Ltd trading as Kay Street Entertainment Centre (PDF, 49KB)

The undertaking is in place and will continue until the Commission makes a determination in relation to the licensee, or until further order is provided.

3 October - Strykhamm Pty Ltd trading as the Commonwealth Hotel (PDF, 154KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

22 July - Manolane Pty Ltd trading as the Francis Hotel (PDF, 3.76MB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

17 June - Eureka Geelong Hotel Pty Ltd trading as Eureka Sportz Saloon Cafe (PDF, 705KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

2012

24 August - Curpol Pty Ltd and Bendigo Bat and Ball Pty Ltd (PDF, 131KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

31 July - United Sporting Club Inc. (PDF, 288KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

3 April - Kim Louise Wines trading as Welshpool Supermarket (PDF, 263KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

1 March - Richswan Investments Pty Ltd trading as The Nixon Hotel (PDF, 266KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

2011

12 December - Joseph Deangelis trading as Shepparton Espresso Bar (PDF, 612KB)

The undertaking is in place for one year from the date of signature by all parties.

27 October - Evinridge Pty Ltd trading as Yanakie Licensed Store (PDF, 622KB)

The undertaking is in place for one year from the date of signature by all parties.

19 October - DE & WB Burton & Sons Pty Ltd trading as Burton's Store (PDF, 1,009KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

27 September - Zardi Holdings Pty Ltd trading as Wine Clearance Warehouse (PDF, 369KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

27 September - Iman Ali trading as Abesha Ethiopian Restaurant (PDF, 670KB)

The undertaking is in place for 90 days from the date of signature by all parties.

27 September - Matthew Williams trading as Smiths Beach General Store (PDF, 800KB)

The undertaking is in place for one year from the date of signature by all parties.

18 August - Cheltenham Cricket Club Inc (PDF 922KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

10 August - Paynesville Motor Cruiser Club Inc (PDF 638KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

21 July - Bleriot No 17 Pty Ltd (PDF 526KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

24 June - Open Door Pub Company Pty Ltd (PDF 986KB)

The undertaking is in place while the licensee holds a liquor licence for the licensed premises.

15 June - Ballam Park Cricket Club Inc (PDF 671KB)

The undertaking is in place for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

10 June - Swan Reach General Store (PDF 737KB)

The undertaking is in place until the licensee completes the conditions set by the Director of Liquor Licensing.

9 June - Kerrimuir United Cricket Club Inc (PDF 407KB)

The undertaking is in place while the licensee holds a liquor licence for the licensed premises.

30 March - Ballaarat Yacht Club Inc (PDF 729KB)

The undertaking is for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

30 March - European Beer Imports Pty Ltd trading as Breakfast and Beer (PDF 782KB)

The undertaking is for 12 months from the date of signature by all parties.

25 March - Princess Court Entertainment Pty Ltd (PDF 167KB)

The undertaking is in place until the licensee completes the conditions set by the Director of Liquor Licensing.

4 March - Adon Holdings Pty Ltd trading as Kinglake Foodrite (PDF 76KB)

The undertaking is for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

4 March - Berwick Cricket Club Inc (PDF 72KB)

The undertaking is for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

21 January - Goroke Football Club (PDF 852KB)

The undertaking is for two years from the date of signature by all parties.

2010

22 December - Collingwood Football Club Ltd (PDF 622KB)

The undertaking is for three years at the date of signature from all parties.

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6 April 2017