Apply for transfer of liquor licence

Description

According to Section 104 of the Act, a licensee may at any time make an application for the transfer of the licence to another person.

How to apply? 
 
According to Section 104 of the Liqour Act 2 of 2003, a licensee may at any time make an application for the transfer of the licence to another person. The application shall be made to the local committee on payment of a prescribed fee in a prescribed manner. The application shall be accompanied by a certificate of suitability on the person issued by South African Police Services and such other details prescribed by the Act. 

The required documents are the:

  1. ​Form 5 - Application Form Commissioned,
  2. Motivation,
  3. Proof of Lawful Occupation ( e.g. lease agreement),
  4. Clearance Certificate from SAPS,
  5. Clearance Certificate from SARS valid for 12 months,
  6. Certified copy of ID,
  7. Current Renewal Advice,
  8. Gauteng Liquor Traders Association Membership (See Associations affiliated with GLTA),
  9. Proof of payment of prescribed fees at FNB.
Motivation
  1. Proof of Lawful Occupation ( e.g. lease agreement),
  2. Clearance Certificate from SAPS,
  3. Clearance Certificate from SARS valid for 12 months,
  4. Certified copy of ID,
  5. Current Renewal Advice,
  6. Gauteng Liquor Traders Association Membership (See Associations affiliated with GLTA),
  7. Proof of payment of prescribed fees at FNB.

Costs

To view application fees for transfer of a liquor licence please read the Approved Liquor Regulations​.

Forms

Gauteng liquor licence application form

Legislation

Relevant links

Aware.org​

National Liquor Authority ​

Available Services

Citizen can apply for transfer of liquor licence

In Person Web based e-service

Check application status

In Person Over Phone Web based e-service


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