Application for license
- • rules
- • fees
(1) Any person desiring a license or renewal of a license under this chapter shall make application to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission upon forms to be furnished by the commission showing the name and address of the applicant, location of the place of business that is to be operated under the license, and such other pertinent information as the commission may require. No license shall be granted or renewed until the applicant has complied with the provisions of this chapter and the rules of the commission.
(2) The commission may reject any application that is not submitted in the form required by rule. The commission shall give applicants an opportunity to be heard if an application is rejected. A hearing under this subsection is not subject to the requirements for contested case proceedings under ORS chapter 183.
(3) Subject to subsection (4) of this section, the commission shall assess a nonrefundable fee for processing a renewal application for any license authorized by this chapter only if the renewal application is received by the commission less than 20 days before expiration of the license. If the renewal application is received prior to expiration of the license but less than 20 days prior to expiration, this fee shall be 25 percent of the annual license fee. If a renewal application is received by the commission after expiration of the license but no more than 30 days after expiration, this fee shall be 40 percent of the annual license fee. This subsection does not apply to a certificate of approval, a brewery-public house license or any license that is issued for a period of less than 30 days.
(4) The commission may waive the fee imposed under subsection (3) of this section if it finds that failure to submit a timely application was due to unforeseen circumstances or to a delay in processing the application by the local governing authority that is no fault of the licensee.
(5) The license fee is nonrefundable and shall be paid by each applicant upon the granting or committing of a license. Subject to ORS 471.155 (Commission's licensing duties) and 473.065 (Deposit in lieu of bond), the annual or daily license fee and the minimum bond required of each class of license under this chapter are as follows:
License Fee Bond
Brewery, including Certificate
of Approval $ 500 $ 1,000
Winery 250 1,000
Distillery 100 None
Wholesale Malt Beverage
and Wine 275 1,000
Warehouse 100 1,000
Special events winery
license may be
issued to a
winery licensee at $ 10 per day
of Approval $ 250 $ 1,000
Limited On-Premises Sales $ 200 None
Off-Premises Sales $ 100 None
Temporary Sales $ 50 per day
Grower sales privilege
license $ 250 $ 1,000
Special events grower
license $ 10 per day
(6) The fee for a certificate of approval or special certificate of approval granted under ORS 471.244 (Certificates of approval) is nonrefundable and must be paid by each applicant upon the granting or committing of a certificate of approval or special certificate of approval. No bond is required for the granting of a certificate of approval or special certificate of approval. Certificates of approval are valid for a period commencing on the date of issuance and ending on December 31 of the fifth calendar year following the calendar year of issuance. The fee for a certificate of approval is $175. Special certificates of approval are valid for a period of 30 days. The fee for a special certificate of approval is $10.
(7) Except as provided in subsection (8) of this section, the annual license fee for a full on-premises sales license is $400. No bond is required for any full on-premises sales license.
(8) The annual license fee for a full on-premises sales license held by a private club as described in ORS 471.175 (Full on-premises sales license) (8), or held by a nonprofit or charitable organization that is registered with the state, is $200.
(9) The annual fee for a wine self-distribution permit is $100, and the minimum bond is $1,000. [Formerly 471.290; 2001 c.785 §2; 2005 c.22 §345; 2005 c.632 §3; 2007 c.443 §1; 2007 c.651 §3]
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