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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 33, INTOXICATING LIQUORS
Section: 33:1-12.18: Issuance of new license permitted to applicants filing within one year of expiration; fee.
6. a. Except as provided in subsection d. of this section, in any case in which a timely renewal was not filed, nothing in this act shall be deemed to prevent the issuance of a new license to a person who files an application therefor within one year following the expiration of the license renewal period, but who pays the municipal and State renewal fees for the year for which a timely renewal application was not filed, if the director shall determine in writing that the applicant's failure to apply for a renewal of his license was due to circumstances beyond his control or other extraordinary circumstances.
b. Any request for relief under this section shall be filed not later than one year following the expiration of the license renewal period for the license which was not renewed in a timely manner and shall be accompanied by a nonreturnable filing fee of $100 payable to the director for each license term.
c. A new license issued pursuant to this section shall be assigned the same license number as the license which was not renewed in a timely manner.
d. Notwithstanding subsection a. of this section, a person with an expired license which was not renewed within the five years immediately preceding the enactment of P.L.2010, c.14, but who pays the municipal and State renewal fees for each year for which a timely renewal application was not filed, may file for issuance of a new license in accordance with subsection a. of this section within six months of the effective date of P.L.2010, c.14.
L.1947, c.94, s.6; amended 1992, c.188, s.7; 2010, c.14, s.1.
This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2012-09-26 13:37:50.
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