Liquor Licensing Board (Hong Kong)
|Licensing body overview|
|Headquarters||Room 106, 1/F, 258 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai|
|Deputy Minister responsible||
|Parent department||Food and Environmental Hygiene Department|
|Liquor Licensing Board|
The Liquor Licensing Board (Chinese: 酒牌局, LLB) is the licensing body for the sale of alcohol in Hong Kong. LLB is responsible for licensing and not retail sales. Alcohol is sold freely at commercial retail stores in Hong Kong.
History [ edit ]
Management [ edit ]
The LLB is governed by a board that consists of a chair, vice-chair and nine appointed board members. The agency is under the jurisdiction of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department. Members of the board are appointed by the Chief Executive of Hong Kong.
Current LLB Chairman is James WONG Kong-tin.
Enforcement [ edit ]
Laws enforced by the LLB include:
- Dutiable Commodities Ordinance, Cap 109
- Cap 109 B Regulations 17
- Dutible Commodities (Liquor) Regulations
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