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NEW YORK STATE LIQUOR AUTHORITY EASES 30 DAY NOTICE REQUIREMENT

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Previously, the ABC Law required most license applicants and renewal applicants file notifications via certified mail with their local community boards a minimum of 30 days in advance of filings with the New York State Liquor Authority. Effective January 11, 2011, the types of notice that are considered legally sufficient to satisfy these notice requirements have expanded as follows: overnight delivery or personal service is added to the list of options available for new or renewal applicants for on-premises beer licenses, full on-premises liquor licenses, restaurant-brewer licenses, cabaret licenses, and on-premises wine licenses. In addition, overnight delivery is added to the list of options available for alteration applications [ABCL §99-d(1)].

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