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Special Occasion Storage And Transportation Permit - North Carolina

Special Occasion Storage And Transportation Permit Form. This is a North Carolina form and can be used in Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission Statewide .
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________________________________________________________ ABC BOARD ____________________________________________________ STORE NUMBER __________________________________________________, NORTH CAROLINA SPECIAL OCCASION STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION PERMIT Spirituous Liquor (Over 8 liters) Name of Purchaser: Address of Purchaser: Destination: Type Purchased: Total Quantity Purchased: If Commercial Establishment, List Special Occasion Permit Number: One (1) Day Permit - Expires at 9:30 p.m. this date A forty-eight Hour Permit. - Allows the purchase, transportation and storage 48 hours prior to and 48 hours following the conclusion of the event. Issue Date: Date Event Will Conclude: Unfortified Wine (Over 50 liters) Fortified Wine (Over 8 liters) (Purchaser's Signature) (Authorized Employee Signature) Driver's License Number NOTE: The permit herein authorized shall be valid for only one purchase on the date shown. This permit must accompany the merchandise during transit. Both the permit and the merchandise must be exhibited to any law enforcement officer upon request (N.C. ABC Commission Regulations 2R 1801) A purchase Transportation Permit allows the purchaser to buy up to 100 liters of unfortified wine; up to 40 liters of fortified wine; up to 40 liters of spirituous liquor, OR 40 liters combined of fortified wine and spirituous liquor. PURCHASER OFFICE STORE American LegalNet, Inc. A local ABC Board may issue a person a permit to purchase and transport an amount of alcoholic beverage greater than those listed under Personal Importation. · · · · · A purchase-transportation permit authorizes the holder to transport, at one time, from the place of purchase to the destination within North Carolina indicated on the permit, the following amount(s) of alcoholic beverages: a. A maximum of 100 liters of unfortified wine; b. A maximum of 40 liters of either fortified wine or spirituous liquor, or 40 liters of the two combined. A purchase-transportation permit shall not be issued to a person who: a. Is not sufficiently identified or known to the issuer; b. Is known or shown to be an alcoholic or bootlegger; c. Has been convicted within the three (3) previous years of an offense involving the sale, possession, or transportation of non-tax paid alcoholic beverages; or d. Has been convicted within the three (3) previous years of an offense involving the sale of alcoholic beverages without a permit. A purchase-transportation permit shall be issued on a printed form adopted by the Commission. The Commission shall adopt rules specifying the content of the permit form. A purchase may be made only from the store named on the permit. One copy of the permit shall be kept by the issuing person, one by the purchaser, and one by the store from which the purchase is made. The purchaser shall display his copy of the permit to any law-enforcement officer upon request. A permit for the purchase and transportation of spirituous liquor may be issued only by an authorized agent of the local board for the jurisdiction in which the purchase will be made. A purchase-transportation permit is valid only until 9:30 p.m. on the date of purchase, which date shall be stated on the permit. American LegalNet, Inc.
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