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The attorneys at Duba & Duba, PLLC, brothers Christopher Duba and Donald Duba, often practice in the administrative area of the law dealing with the Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) when representing businesses operating in the hospitality industry. Duba & Duba, PLLC represents restaurants, banquet facilities, golf courses, and resort community taverns and night clubs in the maintenance and compliance of a liquor license operating entity, as well as frequent representation of clients seeking to acquire a Michigan liquor license, manage a transfer of a liquor license, or assist in representation of a licensee in a citation or review context.
As such, Duba & Duba, PLLC, reports that the Michigan Liquor Control Commission recently created a new consent agenda permission process for current licensees seeking prompt turnaround time for application on an outdoor service permit request. Essentially, to the extent that an existing on-premises liquor licensee desires outdoor service permission, to establish table service on a deck, patio or designated tabletop outdoor service area, a new process has been instituted attempting to provide prompt review and conclusion on such an additional permit process so that licensees can take advantage of the pleasurable Michigan outdoor weather.
In order for a licensee to be considered for the outdoor service permission consent agenda, the licensee must submit the following information:
The request will be submitted and put on the consent agenda if the following is met:
Duba & Duba, PLLC has experience assisting their clients with Liquor Control Commission affairs and suggest consultation with experienced legal counsel on such matters.
The topics contained in this article are intended to be general and representative in nature and not specific legal advice for any particular circumstance. Please feel free to contact Duba & Duba, PLLC to inquire about an analysis of your particular facts and circumstances.