What is an off consumption liquor license?

What is an off consumption liquor license?

• Consumption off — a licence for the sale of liquor for consumption off the premises where liquor is sold. • Consumption on and off — in exceptional circumstances, a licence is given for the sale of liquor consumed both on and off the premises.

What are legal requirements for selling alcohol?

In Gauteng you need a Local Authority Approval (A letter confirming you may apply) for a Liquor Store in addition to the zoning certificate. Negotiate a Lease Contract. If you are not the owner of the property then you require a lease contract between you and the landlord. Be careful when signing the lease contract.

How many types of liquor license are there in India?

L49 is easily granted to any person for serving liquor in any party or function at specific premises anywhere in a state. There are other licenses like the L-11, L-12, L-15, L-16, L-17, L-18, L-19, L-20, L-21, L-28, L-29, L-30 licenses, which the state excise department grants for various other reasons.

What’s the difference between on-sale and off-sales liquor licenses?

What’s the Difference between On-Sale and Off-Sale Licenses? The liquor licenses that are deemed to be “on-sale” signify establishments on which alcohol can be bought and then consumed on-site.

Do you offer services for selling liquor licenses?

We do not only offer our services to those seeking to buy permits. In fact, we have a vast experience with those who wish to sell their liquor licenses as well.

What is a limited off sale wine license?

The Limited Off Sale Wine License allows for the sale of wine to consumers for consumption off the licensed premises. Sales are restricted to those solicited and accepted via direct mail, telephone, or the Internet and may not be conducted from a retail premises open to the public.

Can you sell liquor with a type 20 license?

Premises that sell beer and wine with a Type 20 license are prohibited from selling liquor. This is the most typical license of most grocery stores and convenience stores. Notice that most grocery stores and convenience stores will never have a bottle of liquor on their shelves. That is because they obtained a Type 20 license.