Change a liquor licence nominee

All licensed premises in the Northern Territory (NT) must have a manager who is responsible for upholding the premises' liquor licence.

If the manager is away for at least 7 days, the licensee must appoint an acting nominee to take responsibility for the conduct of the licence.

Read below to find out how to change the manager, also known as the nominee, or appoint an acting nominee of a liquor licence.

Before you apply

The new nominee, or acting nominee must do all of the following:

How to apply

Change of manager

To apply for a change of manager, follow these steps:

Step 1. Fill in the change of manage of a liquor licence form.

Change of manager of a liquor licence PDF (602.0 KB)
Change of manager of a liquor licence DOCX (695.0 KB)

Step 2. Get a police history check.

Step 3. Submit your form online or at your nearest Territory Business Centre.

Appoint an acting nominee

To appoint an acting nominee, follow these steps:

Step 1. Fill in the appoint an acting liquor licensee form.

Appoint an acting liquor licensee PDF (602.7 KB)
Appoint an acting liquor licensee DOCX (65.9 KB)

Step 2. Submit your form and a copy of the manager's RSA certificate by email or in person.

Read how to appoint an acting liquor licensee.

By email

Email to territorybusinesscentre@nt.gov.au or ditt.lrascompliancedwn@nt.gov.au.

In person

Submit at your nearest Territory Business Centre.

Contact

For more information or help, contact Licensing NT by calling 08 8999 1800.


Last updated: 24 January 2022

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