RETAIL SALE OF LIQUOR BY THE DRINK
23-956. Continuation of golf course liquor license following change of land use. Nothing contained in this chapter shall prohibit the issuance of a license to the owner, operator, or lessee of a premises previously licensed as a golf course under the provisions of section 23-903, Idaho Code, following termination of the golf course use and conversion of the premises to another use or uses, provided that the golf course was licensed as a golf course under the provisions of section 23-903, Idaho Code, for a minimum of twenty (20) years prior to such termination. The provisions of section 23-910, Idaho Code, shall be applicable to licenses issued pursuant to this section. The fees for licenses granted under the provisions of this section shall be the same as those prescribed for golf courses as set forth in section 23-904, Idaho Code, unless the premises is located within the incorporated limits of any city, in which case the fee shall be the same as that prescribed for a license in a city of that size as set forth in section 23-904, Idaho Code. Licenses issued under the provisions of this section are not transferable away from the premises. Upon termination of the golf course use, no part of the premises shall be eligible for the issuance of an additional license pursuant to section 23-955, Idaho Code, due to a split in ownership which occurs after such termination. The eligibility to obtain a license pursuant to this section following termination of the golf course use shall, in the event of a later split in ownership of the premises, be allocated to one (1) of the parcels resulting from such split, either by contract between the parties to the split or by grant or reservation in the deed of conveyance. In the event the contract between the parties or the deed of conveyance fails to specify which parcel retains eligibility under this section, eligibility shall be deemed to be retained by the parcel upon which is, or was, located the greater share of physical improvements at or within which alcohol was served prior to the split in ownership. Upon any further split of the parcel retaining eligibility to obtain a license pursuant to this section, the same restrictions shall apply to the new split in ownership and any future splits of the parcel retaining such eligibility, such that there shall never be more than one (1) license issued pursuant to this section for the land constituting the original golf course premises. Nothing in this section shall prohibit the issuance of a license to the owner, operator or lessee of any split-off parcel to the extent such parcel qualifies for a license under any other provision of this chapter.
[23-956, added 2005, ch. 357, sec. 2, p. 1128.]
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