1.File application with bureau.
An applicant for a liquor license shall file an application in the form required by the bureau.
1997, c. 373, §60 (AMD)
2.Contents of application.
The application must contain the following.
A. Each applicant shall disclose the entire ownership or any interest in the establishment for which a license is sought.
If the applicant is a purchaser by contract, the applicant shall also disclose the terms of the contract. [1997, c. 373, §61 (AMD).]
B. Every applicant for a license for sale of liquor to be consumed on the premises where sold shall include in the application
a description of the premises to be licensed and provide any other material information, description or plan of that part
of the premises where the applicant proposes to keep or sell liquor as the bureau requires. [1997, c. 373, §61 (AMD).]
C. The owner or the bona fide prospective purchaser must sign the application. If the owner or bona fide prospective purchaser
(1) A natural person, then that person must sign;
(2) A partnership, then the partners of the partnership must sign; or
(3) A corporation, then a principal officer of the corporation or any person specifically authorized by the corporation must
sign. [1987, c. 45, Pt. A, §4 (NEW).]
1997, c. 373, §61 (AMD)
3.False answer given intentionally.
Any person who intentionally gives an untruthful answer in an application for a liquor license violates Title 17-A, section
1987, c. 342, §30 (AMD)
1987, c. 45, §A4 (NEW).
1987, c. 342, §30 (AMD).
1997, c. 373, §§60,61 (AMD).
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