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Liquor Board Durban
Liquor Board Durban

Liquor License KZN – Liquor License Kwa-Zulu Natal – KZN Liquor New Liquor License Applications. (Bottle Stores ONLY)   If you are looking for a […]

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Cost to Apply for Liquor License – Liquor License Price

Cost to Apply for Liquor License, Liquor License Price April 21, 2020

Liquor Board Durban

Cost to Apply for Liquor License – Liquor License Price

Cost to Apply for Liquor License – Liquor License Price.

How much does a Liquor License Preparation Cost in South Africa?

Cost of a Liquor License in South Africa

While there is absolutely no definitive answer to the question: “How much does a Liquor Store or Bottle Store Liquor License Cost?”, we have endeavored in the document below to give you an idea of some of the costs associated with obtaining, holding and maintaining a Liquor Store or Bottle Store License. Cost of a Liquor License in South Africa.

Liquor Board Durban
Liquor Board Durban

This will depend on numerous factors including:-

  • The Value of your Liquor Store or Bottle Store License,
  • Fees of the Region and / or Liquor Authority where you’re License must be Lodged.
  • The amount of time it takes to Complete your Application
  • Compiling and Collection of Supporting Documents Required, ie. 3D Layout of Store, Floor Plan, Motivation in Support of Application, Description of Premises etc.

Our Fees Includes:-

  • Telephone and Online Support,
  • The numerous and varied disbursements that come with a liquor license, including National Liquor Authority and Provincial Liquor Board Application Fees, Lodgement Fees and Grant Fees,
  • Any and ALL Advertising, Photocopying, Printing and Couriering of Documents pertaining to your Liquor License Application,
  • Answering of queries from Police Inspectors and the Liquor Board,
  • AND, Finalization of your Liquor License Application.

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KZN Liquor Authority – Liquor Board KZN

KZN Liquor Authority, Liquor Board KZN, Liquor License Consultant Durban KZN April 21, 2020

Liquor Board Durban

KZN Liquor Authority – Liquor Board KZN

Before you Visit the KZN Liquor Authority or Liquor Board KZN to Apply for a Liquor License, you might need the following information:

Q. Do I need a Shop, Store, Building or Business Premises BEFORE I can Apply for a Liquor License?

YES, BEFORE you can apply for a Liquor License you must have your own, lease or rent a Business Premises,  Shop, Store, Building, Premises or Outlet where you can sell the Liquor from. PLEASE NOTE: You CAN NOT APPLY for a Liquor License on Residential Stands (at your house), a room, outside building or garage or any building NOT ZONED by the Local Municipality for the USE OF BUSINESS or SELLING LIQUOR. Before you consider signing a Lease Agreement and or Rental Agreement, Request the ZONING CERTIFICATE of the Premises from the landlord, and go to the Local Municipality (City Planning Division). Request permission or confirmation, in writing (Zoning Information of the Premises), that the Premises, Shop, Store or Outlet CAN or CAN NOT be used for the SELLING LIQUOR. Premises, Shop, Store or Outlet CAN NOT BE CLOSER THAN 500m from a School, Church or Similar Liquor Licensed Outlet. Negotiate BENEFICIAL OCCUPATION or RENTAL RELIEVE, with the landlord or broker. This means that the landlord agrees that you DO NOT PAY RENT for the time the Liquor License takes to be considered or issued, as you will not be able to sell liquor before the Liquor License is APPROVED, so you will not have an income from the time of APPLICATION to APPROVAL.

Liquor Board Durban
Liquor Board Durban

Q. Who may apply for a Liquor License?

Any person who is not disqualified in terms of Section 40 of the KZN Liquor Licensing Act 06 of 2010. In general terms disqualified persons are:

  • A minor
  • Persons committed in terms of the Mental Health Act
  • An un-rehabilitated insolvent
  • Persons who have served a prison sentence without the option of a fine in the preceding ten years (The KZN Liquor Authority may make exception in certain cases
  • Persons convicted of a contravention of the Liquor Act, 1989 within three years immediately before the commencement of this Act
  • Persons convicted in terms of this Act, provided that the person will be disqualified from obtaining a license or permit in the case of:
  • a first offence, for a period of one year
  • a second offence, for a period of two years
  • a third offence, for a period of three years, calculated from the date of the sentence
  • Persons who have had his or her license or permit cancelled in terms of this Act within a period of three years immediately before the lodgement of an application.

Q. Why must a Trader have a License?

  • A license is required for any person, who is selling. Manufacturing or distributing liquor.
  • A person trading without a license is guilty of an offense and the South African Police Services may take steps to close down and confiscate the assets of the business. (refer to Sec 38)
  • A liquor license makes the holder of the license legally responsible as far as protecting the public interest is concerned and protects the general public against concoctions being sold to them.

Q. How long does the Application for a Liquor License take?

  • A fully compliant application may take approximately 112 working days (about 5 months) to be processed from the date of lodgement.

Q. Is there a Temporary License while waiting for a license to be issued?

  • No, a temporary license is not issued. You may not trade in liquor until your license application has been approved, and this has been communicated to you.

Q. Can a license be removed from one premises to another?

  • Yes, an application can be made in terms of Sec 75 of the Liquor Act for the removal of the license to new premises, provided that the prospective premises falls within the same magisterial district as the original license.

Q. What happens if my Liquor outlet is within 500m to Schools or Churches?

  • The Regulations provide for a three year amnesty for those outlets that are in close proximity (500m) from learning institutions and places of worship to relocate to alternative premises by March 2017.
  • The KZNLA is aware of responses from the industry and other affected parties to the legislative framework and we are considering all inputs. This includes submissions from all affected parties, including local communities, places of learning and religious organizations. These will be therefore evaluated and carefully considered in due course.
  • If any legislative changes are deemed necessary then these will be effected.

Q. What happens if a liquor outlet is causing a nuisance to the neighbours or to the community in general?

  • A person can lodge a complaint against the license holder.
  • The complaint must be lodged with the KZNLA using form KZNLA 22 of Annexure V through the Local committee based at the KZNLA District Offices or the SAPS
  • The complainant must provide the information and/or documentation, if any, to support their complaint.

Q. Can a Liquor License be sold or leased to another person?

  • A liquor license cannot be sold or leased, however a liquor trader can apply to the Liquor Authority to transfer the license to another person, who is called the prospective holder, who is not disqualified in terms of Section 40 to be a licensed person.
  • A license holder who wishes to transfer a liquor license to another person must apply by completing Form KZNLA 17A of Annexure Q1.
  • Refer to Section 74 of the Act.

Q. What happens to the Liquor License if the License holder dies?

  • The relevant administrator (example the executor of the Estate, or the lawyer) becomes the license holder from the date of his/her appointment as such administrator and may for the purposes of administration conduct the business to which the license relates.
  • The applicant must apply 30 days after the death of the license holder to the Liquor Authority for the transfer of the liquor license using Form KZNLA 17A of Annexure Q1.
  • The same process as that of a transfer of a license would then apply.
  • Refer to Section 68 of the Act.

Q. Documents Required for Liquor License Application? (DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED IN A DUPLICATE SET)

  1. A Duly Signed and Completed APPLICATION FORM, on each and every page (in Duplicates)
  2. Proof of Payment of the APPLICATION FEE to the Allocated Reference Number.
  3. An Original or Certified Copy of the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Verification Certificate, BBBEE CERTIFICATE, if the applicant is a legal business entity.
  4. An Original or Certified Copy of the BUSINESS OR TRADING LICENSE from Municipality.
  5. A Certified Copy of a Title Deed or LEASE AGREEMENT or Permission to Occupy.
  6. An Original or Certified Copy of WRITTEN CONSENT from the relevant authority for the owner and / or occupier of the premises to trade liquor.
  7. A FLOORPLAN of the Proposed Premises as well as Colour Photographs.
  8. An original or certified copy of a certificate issued by the SAPS valid as at date of lodgement of application for a period in excess of three months from the date of issue by SAPS.
  9. A Valid and Active TAX CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE issued by the South African Revenue Services (SARS) valid for one year from the date of lodgement of the application.
  10. A Detailed SECURITY PLAN.
  11. For Applications relating to methylated spirits, a relevant certificate issued by a relevant municipality or a government department in terms of any law or by-law allowing the applicant to trade in that particular product in a manner contemplated, where applicable.
  12. DECLARE UNDER OATH, or Truly Affirm, at the end of the said form that the information contained herein, is True and Correct.
  13. WRITTEN REPRESENTATION with a SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY PLAN.
  14. DESCRIPTION OF PREMISES (Materials, Demarcations, Rooms, Measurements etc.)
  15. An Indication of the TOTAL OCCUPATION CAPACITY of Patrons, Seated and Standing.
  16. CERTIFIED COPY OF ID DOCUMENT or Company Registration Certificate.

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Modderfontein Top Care Auto Clinic e-CAR workshops and repair

AA Quality Assured, e-CAR MODDERFONTEIN, RMI September 5, 2019

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Modderfontein Top Care Auto Clinic e-CAR workshops and repair.

TOP CARE AUTO CLINIC e-CAR MODDERFONTEIN SHOCKING SERVICE FROM THE OWNER GLEN

Please take informed decisions. We have an OLD 320D BMW that we are maintaining to the best of our ability. Took it for all services, and if the service light comes on, we take it for a service. We always took the Vehicle to TOP CARE AUTO CLINIC e-CAR MODDERFONTEIN and I was always surprised by the good service we received from Riaan. We took the car as the service light came on again to the same place, and gave them telephonic instruction, to do a Major Service and Fix Anything that needs to be fixed. Riaan advised us that some tie rods had to be replaced and the brakes etc etc. R23 000, 00 later the car came back. The next day it did not start. I had no option but to travel to MP with the car. The car would not start after the service and there come clouds of smoke out of the back. Took the car back, knowingly that I will receive excellent service as usual. TO MY SURPRISE! I spoke to the owner Glen, and he told me there is nothing wrong with the car, and it does start in the mornings, and it does not smoke. Now why on earth will I send the car back if that was not the problem? He started shouting at my drivers and told them I know nothing about cars, and I fail to understand what he is trying to tell me. 100% correct, I do not know anything about a car, not ever changed a tyre before in my life. As I am typing here, I am still even shocked that he can speak to any client the way he spoke to me, and my drivers. 2 Hours on the phone later, no solution. We collected the car and will take it to BMW to do a diagnostic, as Glen told me he did not do a diagnostic, and only does diagnostics on request, at a cost of R400,00. How did they know what had to be fixed on the car if they did not run a diagnostic??

AA Quality Assured Highly Recommended
AA Quality Assured Highly Recommended

People working for him started running around in circles, so frightened by the owner Glen shouting at them. I am sure it will not even take 2 hours to fix the car, of whatever must be fixed. Sadly so, I have spent R78 000,00 to date at this service station, as the service was excellent, up and until you have to deal with the owner Glen.

DO NOT EVER TAKE YOUR CAR THERE. HE WILL TELL YOU YOUR EYES ARE FOOLING YOU, THERE IS NO SMOKE AND THE CAR DOES START. BUT IT DOES NOT! TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE!! STAY FAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRR AWAY.

RMI – Retail Motor Industry Organisation

I Guess there is a first for everything. Whatever you do, do not ever deal with Glen at TOP CARE AUTO CLINIC e-CAR MODDERFONTEIN, you will be emotionally drained! No words to discribe how bad this mans service are!. How on earth are these people accredited to be AA “Quality Assured” and Member of RMI? One word. SHOCKING! NEVER EVER AGAIN.

Modderfontein Top Care Auto Clinic e-CAR workshops and repair
Modderfontein Top Care Auto Clinic e-CAR workshops and repair

TOP CARE AUTO CLINIC e-CAR

6A GREENSTONE MOTOR CITY Co.Reg.No.:CK2003/029948/23

CNR. STONERIDGE DR

GREENSTONE PLACE Telephone No: 011 4520997/8

MODDERFONTEIN

https://www.topcareauto.co.za/home

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Liquor License Gauteng

Apply for Liquor License Gauteng, How to get a Liquor License Gauteng, Liquor License Gauteng, Tavern and Shebeen Permit May 6, 2019

Apply for Liquor License Gauteng

How to get a Liquor License in Gauteng

THE APPLICATION PROCESS FOR NEW LICENSES IN GAUTENG

All new applications must be lodged on the 1st Friday of a month and in order to be able timeously to advertise the lodgement, in the prescribed manner, one has to deliver to the government printer prescribed advertisements at least 14 (FOURTEEN) days before the time. Tavern Liquor License, Shebeen Liquor License and Bottle Store Liquor License Applications.

Apply for Liquor License Gauteng

EASY STEPS TO APPLY FOR LIQUOR LICENSE.

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Business Opportunity

Business for Sale, Business Opportunity, eLiquor Express, Liquor License Application May 6, 2019

eLiquor Express Bottle Stores

Own Your Own eLiquor Express Bottle Store! For R 330 000, 00 (Excluding VAT and excluding Trading Stock) you can own a fully fitted and furnished (as per inventory) legal liquor store or bottle store. Liquor License Application Included!

eLiquor Express Bottle Stores

Liquor License Application Included. Stores is projected to generate from R 85 000, 00 upwards net profit (After all Expenses, ie. Rent and Salaries etc. is paid) per month! We offer a complete turnkey start-up bottle store solution. (SIMILAR LOOKING, PRIVATE AND INDIVIDUALLY OWNED BOTTLE STORE OR LIQUOR STORE OUTLETS TRADING UNDER THE SAME NAME, OR UNDER YOUR OWN NAME, POWERED BY ELIQUOR EXPRESS.

eLiquor Bottle Stores

We offer competitive pricing strategies and profitable retailing solutions and a system that assist you with daily management. Weekly GPs are calculated and reported to you. The system ensures you sell line items with PROVEN RATE OF SALE and keep track of NEW ITEM LISTINGS, ensuring good return on investment.

eLiquor Stores

For more info visit https://eliquor.co.za/

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Am I Registered to Vote

2019 Elections, Election Results 2019, IEC, Registered to Vote May 6, 2019

Elections 2019

Election Results 2019 South Africa – IEC – SA Elections 2019

Check Your Registration Status For The 2019 National & Provincial Elections. Get Ready To Vote On The 8 May 2019 7am-9pm. @IECSouthAfrica. Your X Is Your Say.

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Register your Business

CIPC, Classified Ad, Register your Business, Register your Company April 25, 2019

Green Lime Classified Ads

Register your Company or Business – CIPC

In terms of the Companies Act, 2008, a company may be registered with or without a company name. When a company is registered without a reserved name, its registration number automatically becomes the company name. This is the quickest way to register a company.

Such a company may transact with a trading (business) name, or may apply to add a reserved name at a later stage. In this case, the company will need to first reserve a name and then apply for a name change, which constitutes a change to its Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI) (refer to  Maintain a Business).

If your initial name reservation application is not approved, you will need to apply for new names. You may apply for between 1 and 4 names during each application process. Each name reservation application costs R50. A company registration may vary between R125 and R475 (R125 for a private company, R475 for a non-profit company registered without members). There are five types of companies that you can register.  If you wish to run a franchise business, you would register a private company.  If you wish to register a church, you would register a non-profit company.  A private school could be registered as a private company or non-profit company, depending on its objectives.  An association of professionals such as lawyers, doctors, civil engineers etc, may be registered as a personal liability company. Register your Business. Register your Company.

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Loans and Finance

Absa, African Bank, Business Loans, Capitec Bank, Fnb, Loans, Loans and Finance, Nedbank, Personal Loans, Standard Bank, Tyme Bank April 25, 2019

Green Lime Classified Ads

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Gumtree

Classified Ad, Gumtree April 17, 2019

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Rapport

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Sowetan

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The Sowetan online represents the printed newspaper, the website and external services.

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IOL

IOL, IOL News April 17, 2019

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