ABC PERMIT ISSUANCE.

View NCGA Bill Details2013-2014 Session
Senate Bill 445 (Public) Filed Tuesday, March 26, 2013
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO REQUIRE THAT ANY PERSON ISSUED AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE PERMIT BE LAWFULLY PRESENT IN THE UNITED STATES; TO PREVENT THE ABC COMMISSION FROM ISSUING A SPECIAL ONETIME PERMIT TO ANY PERSON LESS THAN TEN BUSINESS DAYS FROM THE PLANNED EVENT; AND TO GIVE NOTICE TO THE ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION OF ALL SPECIAL ONETIME PERMITS ISSUED WITHIN THREE BUSINESS DAYS OF THE PERMIT'S ISSUANCE.
Intro. by Brock.

Status: Ref To Com On Commerce and Job Development Subcommittee on Alcoholic Beverage Control (House Action) (Apr 9 2013)
S 445

Bill Summaries:

  • Summary date: Apr 4 2013 - More information

    Senate amendment makes the following changes to the 1st edition.

    Provides that one of the requirements to be eligible to receive and hold an ABC permit is having a valid Social Security number or being able to produce valid documentation issued to the applicant under the authority of the United States, unless the applicant is otherwise eligible to apply for a permit under this Chapter and is not present or residing in the United States (previous edition only stated having a valid Social Security number or valid documentation which demonstrated a legal presence in the United States).


  • Summary date: Mar 26 2013 - More information

    Amends GS 18B-900(a) to require a person to have a valid Social Security number or be able to produce valid documentation demonstrating legal presence in the United States in order for the person to be eligible to receive and hold an ABC permit. Amends GS 18B-1002 to provide that a special one-time permit must not be issued less than 10 days before a qualifying event. Requires the North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission to notify the Alcohol Law Enforcement Division of specified applicant and event information no more than three business days after a one-time permit is issued. Applies to permits issued on or after the date that the act becomes law.

     


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