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In case of death/incompetency to act as a sole licensee, who may exercise the privileges?

The privileges of the license may be exercised by any person The privileges of the license may be exercised by any person acting on behalf of the deceased or incompetent licensee or the estate for a specified period or until an administrator, executor, etc., is appointed. (Section 23102) As a former Investigator for the State of California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, Russell has more than 13 years of experience in dealing with liquor license laws, rules and regulations that confront licensees when buying and selling a liquor license.  In fact, as a trainer of new investigators for the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control in California, he not only knows the law—he taught it.

 


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