CHAPTER 5. LICENSES AND TAXES
Subchapter VI. Transfer of License; Death of Licensee
§ 571 Transfer of license.
(a) The rights conferred by a license may be transferred by the Commissioner to any representative designated by the person to whom or on behalf of whom the license was originally granted, if such representative is a person approved by the Commissioner. In the case of death of an individual to whom a license has been granted, the Commissioner may transfer the license to a qualified person recommended by the executor or administrator of the estate of the deceased licensee.
(b) In instances where the Commissioner has approved the transfer of a license, all matters concerning alcoholic beverage inventories shall be handled directly between the transferor and the transferee and all payments shall be made directly and not through the Commissioner.
38 Del. Laws, c. 18, § 29; Code 1935, § 6158; 41 Del. Laws, c. 246, § 1; 4 Del. C. 1953, § 571; 59 Del. Laws, c. 107, § 52; 72 Del. Laws, c. 486, § 9.;
§ 572 Death of licensee; payments to licensee's estate.
If any licensee dies and no application is made for transfer of the license, or the Commissioner refuses to permit the transfer of the license to another person, the Department of Finance shall return to the legal representative of such deceased person a share of the license fee received by the Department proportionate to the number of full calendar months of the unexpired term; and if the alcoholic liquors in possession of the licensee at the time of the licensee's death are delivered to the Commissioner and the Commissioner ascertains that such alcoholic liquors have been received by the deceased person according to law, the Commissioner shall pay to the representative the amount originally received by the Commissioner for such alcoholic liquors less 10 percent thereof, or the appraised value less 10 percent thereof.
38 Del. Laws, c. 18, § 31; Code 1935, § 6160; 4 Del. C. 1953, § 572; 57 Del. Laws, c. 741, § 27B; 70 Del. Laws, c. 186, § 1; 72 Del. Laws, c. 486, § 9.;