Delivering across Sydney Metro, regional NSW including the Central coast,
Blue Mountains, Bathurst, Newcastle & Wollongong, as well as Canberra metro.
Providoor Alcohol Policy
1. Each Restaurant Partner and Distributor that contracts with Providoor must ensure (and represents and warrants) that in the event that it makes available for sale or delivers Products that contain alcohol that it: a. has current licences and permits from the appropriate regulators and licensing authorities that permit and allow for the sale and delivery of Products that contain alcohol in accordance with the terms of its Agreement with Providoor;
b. complies with all legal and regulatory requirements with respect to the sale or delivery of any Products containing alcohol to Customers; c. ensures that all of its employees and agents comply with all legal and regulatory requirements with respect to the sale or delivery of any Products containing alcohol to Customers; d. will never provide, or make available for sale, or deliver alcohol in a manner that is contrary to this Policy, or in breach of the law, or licensing and permit conditions, including with respect to the sale of alcohol to minors, or persons who are intoxicated or disorderly; and e. will always and in every case refuse to supply or deliver any Products containing alcohol to Customers where it is legally required to do so.
2. It is the responsibility of each Restaurant Partner and Distributor to ensure that it fully complies with all of its obligations under the law when making available for sale, supplying or delivering any Products containing alcohol to customers.
3. Each Restaurant Partner and Distributor is responsible for ensuring that its use of the Platform to sell or deliver Products complies with its licence and permit conditions.
4. Each Restaurant Partner and Distributor agree that any failure by it to comply with its legal obligations could: a. place it in breach of its Agreement with Providoor; b. lead to Providoor terminating its Agreement; c. lead to the cancellation of its licence or permit; or d. lead to a fine or imprisonment.