The following application packet(s) are used for the (Retail) Transfer of Licenses from person to person, place to place, or both.
The following application packet is for a (New Retail) Liquor or Retail Dispenser (except clubs) License
All new applicants must complete PLCB-193 (Affidavit of Compliance) and post the premises with Placard PLCB-1296 (Public Notice Of Application Alcoholic Beverages).
To apply for the transfer of an existing license, the preceding PLCB forms, fees & photographs must be submitted:
If the transfer is person to person, place to place, or both, it is necessary to complete PLCB-21 (Application for Transfer) and post the premises with Placard PLCB-1296 (Public Notice Of Application Alcoholic Beverages).
Photographs - One set of the individuals, members of partnerships, or principal officers of corporations (President, Secretary & Treasurer) & Manager.
One set of the exterior of the premises showing the principal entrance.
One set of the interior showing the main serving room (table and chairs, not the bar).
Photographs must have a matte finish.
Premises photos must be at least 4” x 6” in size, Personal photos, 1½” square.
Floor Plans - One set, 8½” x 11” in size, showing room dimensions, room designations, entrances, exits and interior passages. A separate floor plan is required for each floor, and must be clear and legible.
$50.00 for an Extended Hours Food License, if applicable.
Before you submit the application packet, be sure you have all the documents, and be sure they are properly signed.
Application forms submitted to the board must be original documents.
Photocopies are not acceptable, even though originally executed.
If funds were borrowed from individual lenders, they must be supported by an affidavit with the signature of the lender, outlining the source of funds, repayment schedule, if any, and should state the lender will have no interest in the operation of the licensed business, except as a lender. This PLCB-2068
, Lender Affidavit, can be used for this purpose.
All individual lenders residing in Pennsylvania must be made available for interview.
Individual lenders residing outside of Pennsylvania will submit an Individual Questionnaire, form PLCB-196
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