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Types of Morris County Liquor Licenses

As a business owner, you must secure a liquor license in Morris County to serve or sell alcohol legally at your establishment. In northeastern New Jersey, Morris County has nearly 509,000 residents. While the county seat is Morristown, the largest area by population is Parsippany-Troy Hills Township, and the largest area by size is Rockaway Township. Many residents and tourists enjoy visiting Morris County to see sights like Hacklebarney State Park, Washington Headquarters Museum, The Frelinghuysen Arboretum, and Morris Museum. The annual Morris County 4-H Fair takes place at the end of July, drawing a crowd each year. Attendees enjoy amusement rides, animals, entertainment, food, and hayrides in Chester, New Jersey.

 

To begin selling alcohol at your Morris County place of business, we offer online Morris County liquor license auctions for the following permit types:

 

  • Type 32: Permits restaurants, bars, and nightclubs to sell all liquor -- beer, wine, and spirits -- for on-site consumption, as well as beer and wine "to go" for off-site consumption in Morris County.
  • Type 33: Permits restaurants, bars, and nightclubs to sell all liquor -- beer, wine, and spirits -- for on-site consumption, as well as beer and wine "to go" for off-site consumption in Morris County, New Jersey.
  • Type 44: Permits liquor stores & grocery stores to sell all liquor sales -- beer, wine, and spirits -- for off-premises consumption in Morris County, NJ.

 

Each New Jersey liquor license grants the holder the right to sell in a specific New Jersey municipality or borough, such as Morristown. Liquor licenses are not transferable between municipalities or boroughs. However, they are transferable between owners, which means you can legally buy or sell any Morris County alcohol license issued in your municipality or borough.

How to Buy a Morris County Liquor License

In the state of New Jersey, there are two ways to attain a liquor license in Morris County. One way is to secure an alcohol permit from the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC). The other way is to procure a Morris County liquor license from a liquor license broker, like Liquor License Auctioneers, on the secondary market.

 

Each county in New Jersey has a cap on the number of alcohol permits available. Townships and boroughs also have a limited number of liquor licenses available at any given time. Most often, the only route for buyers to obtain a Morris County liquor license is to purchase one on the open market in one of the following three New Jersey alcohol license transfer options: Person-to-Person, Place-to-Place, or Person-to-Person and Place-to-Place. A buyer may still have to wait a period of time for a seller to sell a liquor license to them in Morris County, NJ.

 

This is where Liquor License Auctioneers specializes. We can help you simplify the process of acquiring your Morris County alcohol license. In our many years of experience in this industry, we have created relationships with numerous lawyers and business professionals who also work in this field. This network allows us to provide buyers with exclusive Morris County liquor licenses on our online auction platform. Since these Morris County alcohol permits are only offered for sale on our bidding platform, we can offer them at fair prices because there is no competition from other brokerages. Let us know if you need a specific Morris County alcohol license for your business, and we will be happy to inquire within our network of connections to see if we can locate one for you.

 

How to Apply for a Liquor License in Morris County, New Jersey:

 

  1. Enter into a Contract of Sale: To begin the Morris County liquor license transfer process, the buyer (transferee) and the seller (transferor) must enter into a contract of sale.
  2. Complete the 12 Page ABC Application: A 12 page NJ ABC Application for the alcohol license in Morris County must be completed in TRIPLICATE with all original signatures.
  3. Pay the Annual License Renewal Fee: A 10% Annual License Renewal Fee must be paid for Person-to-Person alcohol permit transfers and Place-to-Place liquor license transfers in Morris County, NJ. For a Person-to-Person and Place-to-Place transfer, a 20% Annual License Renewal Fee is required.
  4. Write a $200 Check or Money Order for ABC: When applying for an alcohol permit in Morris County, NJ, a $200 check or money order must be written out to the State of NJ, Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control.
  5. Consent to Transfer: The current Morris County liquor license holder is responsible for notarizing and signing the Consent to Transfer or consent of sale documents.
  6. Disclosure Statement of Applicant: The next step of the Morris County, NJ, ABC Application process is to complete the Disclosure Statement of Applicant (source funding).
  7. Submit Federal & State Fingerprint Reports: Both federal and state fingerprint reports must be completed by the police department. Then, they must be submitted to New Jersey’s Division of ABC.
  8. Additional Investigative Report: The police in Morris County, New Jersey, will need to conduct an additional investigation and then write up a report. This report must be submitted with the ABC Application when applying for a Morris County alcohol license.
  9. Send a Detailed Sketch of the Business Premises: When sending in your ABC Application for a Morris County liquor license, be sure to include a detailed sketch of the business location and proposed licensing area. You must also send a photo of the outside of your business.
  10. Affidavit of Publication: A Notice of Intent to Transfer the Morris County liquor license will be published twice in three weeks, with one week in between publications. The Affidavit of Publication allows the public to have the opportunity to object to the Morris County alcohol license transfer. If the public voices their objections, the written objections will be sent to the clerk of the local issuing authority.
  11. Submit a Certificate of Sales Tax Authority: The buyer must complete the Certificate of Sales Tax Authority and obtain the Alcoholic Beverage Retail Licensee Clearance Certificate for Transfer of a Morris County liquor license. The alcohol license buyer may reach the New Jersey Division of Taxation ABC Licensing Unit by calling 609-292-0043.
  12. Application for Bulk Sale Permit: If the Morris County alcohol license buyer chooses to purchase the existing stock of liquor from the current alcohol license holder, the buyer must write a check for $75.00 to the NJ Div. of Alcoholic Beverage Control. On the other hand, if the buyer doesn’t want to purchase the existing inventory of alcoholic beverages, then they don’t need to send a check, but they will still need to complete the Application for Bulk Sale Permit. This must be sent in with their ABC Application.
  13. Provide a Letter from the Buyer’s Attorney: The buyer’s attorney will write a letter notifying the local issuing authority when the closing date will be for the transfer of the Morris County liquor license.
  14. Resolution of Transfer: The issuing authority will pass the Resolution of Transfer, which may not be contingent on another action.
  15. The License will be Amended to Reflect New Ownership: The last step is when the Morris County liquor license will be amended, reflecting the new owner and generation change on the NJ ABC Application. Checks should be made out to the Director, Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control.

 

At Liquor License Auctioneers, our expert liquor license brokers can help guide you through the following eight steps to procure a Morris County liquor license.

 

  1. Secure the location: Select the location where you will sell liquor to your patrons. Be sure that you have leased, rented, or purchased the business premises.
  2. Select your liquor license: Based on your type of business, choose which type of alcohol license you need in Morris County, NJ. Then, decide how you will attain the liquor license - from the NJ Divison of ABC or through a liquor license broker on the open market, like Liquor License Auctioneers.
  3. Open your escrow account: Create an escrow account with a third-party company. This account will be where the finances associated with the Morris County alcohol permit are placed.
  4. Survey the location: Employ a contractor to conduct an inspection of your business location. At Liquor License Auctioneers, we have the ability to perform the inspection for you.
  5. Complete your ABC Application: After you have completed the ABC Application along with its corresponding forms and documents, you will submit it to the New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC). Then, the Division of ABC will review and approve your ABC Application for a Morris County liquor license. Let our expert alcohol license brokers help you complete the ABC Application.
  6. Post a notice: When the NJ Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) approves your ABC Application, they will send you a notice of intent to sell liquor at your business. This notice must be featured at your place of business for 30 days.
  7. Submit to investigation: After the 30 days have elapsed, the New Jersey ABC will come to your business premises to conduct a final inspection to make sure that everything is up to code to sell or serve alcohol.
  8. Receive the liquor license: If all of the previous seven steps have been completed, then the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) will mail you the official liquor license for Morris County, NJ. When you have received the alcohol permit, it must be prominently posted at your business.

 

Adhering as closely to the aforementioned eight steps will ensure that you have met the requirements set by the New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) for acquiring a Morris County liquor license. It’s always best to check with your local municipal government to see if there are any additional stipulations to secure a liquor license in Morristown, NJ. When you are aware of all of these regulations, you can accelerate the process of obtaining a liquor license in Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ.

 

In New Jersey, there is a lot of competition from businesses trying to secure liquor licenses in Morris County. Throughout the entire county, there are many businesses, such as grocery stores, restaurants, bars, liquor stores, and convenience stores, all trying to get proper alcohol licenses for Morris County. Our experienced team at Liquor License Auctioneers can expedite the process with our knowledge of the industry and our years of experience. Choose Liquor License Auctioneers to use our innovative online auction platform to list or buy a liquor license in Morris County. You’ll find that we have fair and competitive prices, and our team is available to answer any questions you may have. Check out which of the Morris County liquor licenses for sale are available now. Make an offer, and purchase an alcohol license in Morris County, New Jersey.

Morris County Liquor Licenses for Sale

In 2012, Liquor License Auctioneers was founded by a former CA Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Investigator with the goal of creating an auction platform for Morris County liquor licenses. Buyers and sellers can purchase or list their Morris County alcohol licenses for sale on our bidding platform, which is updated in real-time. View all of our available alcohol permits in Morris County, New Jersey. Place a bid, and buy a Morris County liquor license now.

Contact Liquor License Auctioneers

The process of securing a liquor license in Morris County, NJ, can be time-consuming. Allow our experienced team of liquor license brokers to help you accelerate the process. At Liquor License Auctioneers, we have the experience and knowledge to help you acquire your Morris County alcohol license in no time. Contact our staff to get started by calling 818.345.2226 or sending an email. We will be happy to help you obtain your alcohol permit in Morris County so that you can start selling liquor to your customers.