LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION
Check the box for the license or licenses for which you are applying.
If your license type is not listed check the “other” box and write in the name of your license.
Change Ownership: means you are applying for a liquor license at a business that has the same
type of liquor license for which you are applying and the liquor license is current (not expired).
New Outlet: means you are applying for a liquor license at a location that currently doesn’t have a
Greater Privilege: means you already have a Limited On-Premises Sales liquor license at a
business and you want to give up that liquor license and get a Full On-Premises Sales liquor
Additional Privilege: means you already have a liquor license at a business and want to add
another liquor license at that business.
Other. The most common actions are:
Addition of Partner: means you are adding a person or legal entity as a license applic ant
Change of Location: means you are moving your existing business and the same liquor license
to a different location
Second or Third Location: a Brewery-Public House licensee is allowed to apply for a second
location; a Winery licensee and Grower Sales Privilege licensee may apply for a third
Entity or Individuals applying for the license
Any person or legal entity (like a corporation or limited liability company) that will own or control
the business must be listed as an applicant. This includes a person or legal entity that will:
Receive profits from the business
Occupy the real property (either as an owner or tenant)
Have control over the personal property
Provide food service
Manage or operate any part of the licensed premises other than as an employee
If you are applying as a legal entity the name of the legal entity will be the applicant.
If you are not applying as a legal entity then your name should be listed as the applicant.
This is the name you will call the business (the name customers will see).
LA Instructions – page 1 of 2 (08/11)