Alcoholic Beverage Control - Special Permits - Reconditioning permit

Published: 2014-09-22

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§ 96-b. Reconditioning permit. 1. The liquor authority may issue a
reconditioning permit to a wholesale liquor licensee to recondition
wines and liquors manufactured outside of the state of New York
including filtering, clarifying, rebottling, labeling, relabeling or
repacking such wines and liquors. Such permit may be issued to a
wholesale wine licensee to recondition such wines under the same terms
and conditions as provided herein. Only wines purchased in sealed
containers not exceeding fifteen gallons in content or liquor in sealed
containers not exceeding one quart in content may be so reconditioned.
Such reconditioning shall be done on such premises and under such
conditions as the liquor authority may prescribe.

2. Each such permit and the exercise of the privilege granted thereby
shall be subject to the laws of the United States and the rules of the
federal agency having jurisdiction thereunder and the rules and
regulations to be promulgated by the liquor authority and operations
conducted pursuant thereto shall be performed under such supervision as
the liquor authority shall require.

3. Each such permit shall be issued in such form as shall be
prescribed by the liquor authority and shall be valid for one day only.
The fee for each such permit shall not exceed twenty-six dollars.