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TITLE 23
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
CHAPTER 13
COUNTY OPTION KITCHEN AND TABLE WINE ACT
23-1317.  Transfer of licenses — Fee — Application for approval. (a) No winery license, wine distributor’s license, wine by the drink license, bonded wine warehouse license, or retail wine license may be transferred to another person, including an executor, administrator, or trustee in bankruptcy of the estate of the licensee, unless the transferee shall first have obtained the approval of the director to such transfer upon application containing the substantially same information required of an applicant for a winery license, wine distributor’s license, bonded wine warehouse license, or retail wine license, as the case may be. If the transferee possesses all of the qualifications and none of the disqualifications for such license, the director shall approve the transfer by issuing a license to the transferee. The fee for each transfer of a winery license, wine distributor’s license, wine by the drink license, bonded wine warehouse license, or a retail wine license shall be twenty dollars ($20.00), which fee shall accompany the application for transfer.
(b)  Application to transfer a winery license, wine distributor’s license, wine by the drink license, bonded wine warehouse license, or retail wine license from one location to another shall be made to the director on forms prescribed and furnished by the director. The director shall approve any such transfer upon submission of the application and receipt by the director of a transfer fee of twenty dollars ($20.00).
(c)  The director, in his discretion, may deny the transfer of a license during the pendency of any proceedings for suspension or revocation instituted pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.

History:
[23-1317, added 1971, ch. 156, sec. 17, p. 760; am. 1973, ch. 144, sec. 7, p. 281; am. 1974, ch. 27, sec. 68, p. 811; am. 1984, ch. 221, sec. 8, p. 534; am. 1991, ch. 28, sec. 3, p. 57; am. 2020, ch. 10, sec. 7, p. 16.]


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