Definition of Liquor License


Liquor License means any license, permit, registration, qualification or other approval required to sell, dispense or distribute alcoholic beverages under the Liquor Laws.

Examples of Liquor License in a sentence

To the extent that Seller and/or Manager is not able to transfer a Liquor License to Buyer at Closing, Seller and/or Manager agree to cooperate with Buyer to facilitate the issuance or transfer of the Liquor License.
Seller shall also assist and cooperate with Buyer if Buyer elects to apply for an interim/temporary liquor license so that alcoholic beverages may continue to be served at the Property pending issuance of the permanent Liquor License.
To the extent that a Liquor License is issued to Manager, Manager shall, to the extent permitted by applicable laws, rules or regulations, continue to hold such Liquor License after Closing.
To the extent that a license or permit required for service of alcoholic beverages at the Property (a Liquor License) is issued to Seller, Seller shall, to the extent permitted or not prohibited by applicable laws, rules or regulations, transfer such Liquor License to Buyer at Closing.
Issuance of a Liquor License to Buyer shall not be a condition precedent to its obligation to close pursuant to this Contract.