What are some grounds for protest or denial of a liquor license?
Some of the grounds for protest or denial of a liquor license are: (a) Applicant is not qualified. For example,
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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)
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