How to get Liquor License?
First of all as per new notification nowexisting L-17, L- 17 F, L-18 and L-18 F licenses is combined into a L-17 licence.The annual licence fee of L-17 licence will be Rs 5 lakh for independent restaurants with up to 1,000 square feet area, Rs 15 lakh for 1,001 to 2,500 square feet area, and Rs 25 lakh for above 2,500 square feet area.The L-17 licence may serve any Indian or foreign liquor at any area, including open spaces like balcony or terrace or lower area of the restaurant, with the condition that the liquor serving area will be screened off from public view.However, for serving liquor at any event or party at an area beyond specified in the licence but within the premises of the licence, a separate P-10 E licence will be required.The liquor will be served in glasses or full bottle at L-17 restaurants and it will be sole responsibility of the licencee to ensure no bottle leave the premises.Also, no liquor will be served to underage persons.Live music, professional performances, bands, DJ, Karaoke, singing and dancing will be allowed in these L-17 restaurants.
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