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The premises are in your possession and you are the liable ones that control it.
If your licence does not allow alcohol on the premises then you are the ones that are responsible.
The landlord has to give you quiet enjoyment and he cannot control the premises and is in breach of the lease if he does not give you that.
You have to have evidence of his breaches. If you do then you issue him with a notice and if he does not cmply you can sue in VCAT to terminate the lease and also seek compensation.
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