New York Alcoholic Beverage Control Law

Sec. § 112
Bonds of Licensees and Permittees

The liquor authority may require the licensees and permittees of one or more of the kinds or classes described in this chapter to file with it a bond to the people of the state of New York issued by a surety company, approved by the superintendent of financial services as to solvency and responsibility and authorized to transact business in this state, in such penal sum as the liquor authority may heretofore have prescribed or hereafter shall prescribe, conditioned that such licensee or permittee will not suffer or permit any violation of the provisions of this chapter and that all fines and penalties which shall accrue, during the time the license or permit shall be in effect, will be paid, together with all costs taxed or allowed in any action or proceeding brought or instituted for a violation of any of the provisions of this chapter. A suit to recover on any bond filed pursuant to chapter one hundred eighty of the laws of nineteen hundred thirty-three or this chapter may be brought by the liquor authority or on relation of any party aggrieved, in a court of competent jurisdiction and in the event that the obligor named in such bond has violated any of the conditions of such bond, recovery for the penal sum of such bond may be had in favor of the people of the state. Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, no bond shall be required to be filed by the holder of a solicitor’s permit issued under section ninety-three of this chapter.

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