Repeal of Good Friday and Easter Sunday as Restricted Trading Days (Shop Trading and Sale of Alcohol) Amendment Bill

About this bill

This bill seeks to remove an extra burden on businesses by removing the restriction on trading and selling alcohol on Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

Current status

Defeated at first reading on 03 August 2022

Member of Parliament responsible

Chris Baillie

Bill type

Member's bill


All data
Bill type Member's bill
Parliament 53
Ref 130-1
Introduced 19 May 2022
Defeated 3 August 2022
Defeated at reading 1
Divided No

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