Existing New Jersey liquor licenses are purchased through atransfer process by which the purchaser files a personto-person transfer application(and a place-to-place application when locating a license at a new premises) with the municipality or other local issuing authority.
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How are liquor licenses issued and regulated in New Jersey?
In New Jersey, licenses are generally issued and regulated at the municipal level, subject to further approval, oversight and enforcement by the State鈥檚 Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control. The number of retail consumption and distribution licenses available in a municipality is dictated by the size of the population.
How do I transfer a New Jersey ABC liquor license?
Contact the New Jersey ABC liquor license transfer attorneys at Proetta, Oliver Fay at (732) 858-5857. Our feature ABC attorney is a former Deputy Attorney General with the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control. He will handle your potential sale or purchase of a liquor license from start to finish.
How long does it take to get a liquor license in NJ?
The Liquor Control Commission asks that if you wish to bring an application for a liquor license into their office so that it may be reviewed before you submit, call the office first and make an appointment ahead of time. There is a $400 application fee, and applications can take up to 60 days to be processed.
Where do I apply for a retail alcohol license in NJ?
BEVERAGE CONTROL 140 East Front Street, PO Box 087, Trenton, NJ 08625-0087 APPLICATION FOR RETAIL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE Applicants should complete the application in full. Where a question is not applicable, please enter the letter 鈥淣/A鈥? Where additional pages are necessary, you may photocopy any part of this application.