PRLog (Press Release)
- Jul. 20, 2011 -
Some of the grounds for protest or denial of a liquor license are: (a) Applicant is not qualified. For example, the applicant falsified his application, has a disqualifying police record, has a record of chronic insobriety, is not the true owner, or is not at least 21 years of age, and/or (b) Premises is not suitable. For example the premises is too close to a school, church, hospital, playground, nonprofit youth facility or residence and would disturb the facility or resident; the premises is located in a high-crime area and does not serve public convenience or necessity; the applicant does not have legal tenancy; the license would create a public nuisance; zoning is improper for alcohol sales.
License conditions are special restrictions placed on a liquor license. Conditions may limit the hours of alcohol sales, the type of entertainment allowed or other aspects of the business. Conditions may eliminate the need to deny a license or may cause a protestant to withdraw his/her protest. (Sections 23958, 23958.4, 23790 and 23800)
Liquor License Auctioneers is led by industry expert, Russell Bloom, and are considered the premier liquor license consultants in California.
Liquor License Auctioneers was started after years of observing how the entire buying and selling and processing of liquor licenses worked from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control's side, as well as the restaurant, convenience store, grocery store and club owners’ perspective—
People just weren't getting the proper service and assistance they needed through the state. Even worse, most people were afraid to ask the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control questions for fear of retribution.