New York Alcoholic Beverage Control Law
Sec. § 109
Renewals of Licenses and Permits


1.

Each license and permit, except a temporary permit effective for one day only, issued pursuant to this chapter may be renewed upon application therefor by the licensee or permittee and the payment of the annual fee for such license or permit as prescribed by this chapter. In the case of applications for renewals, the liquor authority may dispense with the requirements of such statements as it deems unnecessary in view of those contained in the application made for the original license or permit; provided, however, that no waiver of paragraph (f) of subdivision one of section one hundred ten of this article may be made. The submission of photographs of the licensed premises shall be dispensed with provided the applicant for such renewal shall file a statement with such authority to the effect that there has been no alteration of such premises since the original license was issued. An applicant for a retail license for on-premises consumption shall also submit to the authority a copy of the valid certificate of occupancy or such other document issued by the local code enforcement agency for the premises for which the original license was issued. The liquor authority may make such rules as may be necessary not inconsistent with this chapter regarding applications for renewals of licenses and permits and the time for making the same.

2.

The authority shall provide an application for renewal of a license issued under section sixty-four or sixty-four-a of this chapter not less than sixty days prior to the expiration of the current license.
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Dec. 13, 2016