More notable recommendations made by the ARC

On behalf of Carlin Edwards Brown PLLC on Wednesday, January 15, 2014.

Posted by: Mike Brown
August 21, 2012

More notable recommendations made by the ARC contained in the final report issued June 29th include the following:

7. Waive most investigations where minimal amounts of company stock or interest in the business is being transferred, particularly for family-owned businesses;

8. Allow for escrowed Class C licenses to transfer between adjacent counties upon payment of a $10,000 fee;

9. Amend several sections of the Michigan Liquor Control Code to require proof a licensee “knowingly allowed” certain conduct to occur before it could be deemed a violation;

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