If you're a business owner or entrepreneur in New York, and you're getting ready to venture into the world of selling alcohol, you probably have a lot of questions about what kind of license you need and whether your application will be approved. While an attorney is the best source for addressing your concerns, here are a few common questions answered on getting a liquor license in New York.
What kinds of liquor licenses are there?
New York has a sizable list of liquor license types, and they vary by alcohol and establishment type. The following list covers the most common types seen:
What can keep someone from getting a liquor license?
Not everyone who applies will be granted a liquor license. You must be at least 21 years of age and a US citizen. But you also can't have either of the following on your application:
How can an attorney help with obtaining a license?
Initially, the process of filling out an application might seem easy. But when it comes to getting a liquor license, you want to be sure you fill out the application correctly and provide the correct documentation when needed.
Sometimes, letters need to be sent to community boards, and a lawyer can prepare them. A lawyer may also be able to attend board hearings if they're required in your situation. Your lawyer can also file the required documents with the SLA.
An attorney, like one from Arizona Liquor Industry Consultants, can also explain in simple terms what you're allowed to do with your license, offering invaluable information that can help you keep your license in good standing once it's approved.Share
18 July 2017
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