The following are required to apply for a Liquor Delivery Service Licence:

  • fee
  • entity disclosure*
    Entity disclosure information must be provided by the applicant and by all entities directly or indirectly holding 10% or more of the outstanding shares, or a class of shares of the applicant.
  • personal disclosure*
    Personal disclosure information must be provided by all of the following persons:
    • sole proprietors
    • all officers and/or directors
    • all partners
    • any shareholder holding 10% or more of the outstanding shares, or a class of shares
    • on-site manager, if applicable
  • signature form
    • ‘Signature of Applicant - Corporation’ required if the applicant is a corporation
    • ‘Signature of Partner(s)’ required if the applicant is a partnership/limited partnership
    • ‘Signature of Applicant represented by Agent/Representative’ if the application is submitted on behalf of the Applicant.

* For complete information, please refer to the Personal and Entity Disclosure Requirements Guide

For transfers, the following documents will also be required:

  • Consent to Transfer (indicating the agreement of the current licence holder to transfer the licence)
  • Proof of Transfer (confirmation that the purchase of the business has been finalized)

Please note:

  • Check the expiry date of the existing licence. Does it expire in less than six weeks? If so, there may not be enough time to complete the transfer process before the current licence expires. Therefore, renew the liquor licence at this time.
  • If there are pending proceedings, the licence could be revoked or suspended by the Registrar. Therefore, the Registrar is unable to entertain your Transfer application. You may want to ask the current licensee whether the Registrar has any disciplinary proceedings against the business.

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