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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 33, INTOXICATING LIQUORS

    Chapter 1:

      Section: 33:1-22: Appeal to director from action of issuing authority; fee; procedure

           33:1-22. If the other issuing authority shall refuse to issue any license, or if the other issuing authority shall refuse to extend the license for a limited time not exceeding its term, to the executor or administrator of a deceased licensee, or to a person who shall be appointed by the courts having jurisdiction, in the event of the incompetency of any licensee, the applicant shall be notified forthwith of the refusal by a notice served personally upon the applicant, or sent to him by registered mail addressed to him at the address stated in the application. The applicant may within 30 days after the date of service or of mailing of the notice, upon payment to the director of a nonreturnable filing fee of $100.00, appeal to the director from the action of the issuing authority. If the other issuing authority shall issue a license, or grant an extension of the license for a limited time not exceeding its term, to the executor or administrator of a deceased licensee, or to a person who shall be appointed by the courts having jurisdiction, in the event of the incompetency of any licensee, any taxpayer or other aggrieved person opposing the issuance of the license may, within 30 days after the issuance of the license, upon payment to the director of a nonreturnable filing fee of $100.00, appeal to the director from the action of the issuing authority. The director shall fix a time for the hearing of the appeal and before hearing the same, shall give at least five days' notice of the time so fixed to the applicant, taxpayer, or other aggrieved person and other issuing authority.

Where an appeal is taken from the denial of an application for a renewal of a license, the director may, in his discretion, issue an order upon the respondent issuing authority to show cause why the term of the license should not be extended pending the determination of the appeal, together with ad interim relief extending the term of the license pending the return of the order to show cause. If it shall appear upon the return of the order to show cause that the action of the respondent issuing authority is prima facie erroneous and that irreparable injury to the appellant would otherwise result, the director may, subject to conditions as he may impose, order that the term of the license be extended pending a final determination of the appeal.

Amended 1946,c.316; 1971,c.9,s.1; 1992,c.188,s.2.



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