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Details - Information last confirmed on December 9, 2020
Consumption License (identified by license number 33): This liquor license permits the license holder to serve alcoholic beverages at a bar or restaurant. This license counts towards a separate municipal population restriction, which allows one license for each a certain number of people in the municipality. In New Jersey, you cannot sell alcohol unless you have a license issued by the New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control. New Jersey issues many types of licenses which broadly fall within three general categories: Manufacturing Licenses, Retail Licenses, and Wholesale Licenses. Each license is attached to the “Licensed Premises,” and any change in the location or size or configuration of the Licensed Premises requires a place to place transfer application to be filed and approved before changes to the Licensed Premises can be completed. This transfer application is substantially the same as the process for transfer of ownership of the license.
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