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Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015

Section 57: Requirements to publish information

328.If the Adjudicator concludes that a pub-owning business has failed to comply with the Pubs Code, then the Adjudicator may require the pub-owning business to publish information about the Adjudicator’s investigation. The Adjudicator will need to inform the pub-owning business in writing of the information required to be published, the manner in which it must be published and the time by which it must be published (subsection (2)). For example, the Adjudicator could require publication by press release, through the pub-owning business’s annual report or website or through a newspaper advertisement. If necessary, the Adjudicator may take further legal steps to enforce his/her ruling (subsection (3)).

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