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Excise Department

Information about the Basic Licences

Grant of L-1 Licence:

Every year Government of Delhi formulates the Excise Policy and in pursuance to this policy all the liquor Licences (L-1) are granted for the wholesale vending to a Company or a society or a partnership firm or proprietorship firm provided the applicant owns distillery / breweries / manufacturing units/bottling plants.

The applications for the grant of Licence are invited through the public notice published in some of the leading newspapers. An application for the grant of L-1 Licence is required to be made in response to the public notice in the prescribed format  together with its Appendices ('B' and 'C') to the Collector of Excise. The prime job of L-1 Licensee is to supply liquor to the holders of L-2, L-3, L-4, L-5, L-19 and L-19 A,      L-52, L-53 licences in the National Capital Territory of Delhi.

The aspirants for the grant of L-1 Licences have to comply with the procedure as laid down in the terms and conditions for the grant of L-1 Licences which are made available in the Office during the notice period. The applicant has to submit the following documents alongwith the application on the prescribed format :

  1. Solvency Certificate from SDM (except in case of a  Public  Ltd. Co.)

  2. Income Tax Clearance Certificate

  3. No Dues Certificate from Collector (Excise)

  4. No Dues Certificate from Sales Tax Officer

  5. Declaration of distillery on affidavit regarding sale and minimum ex-distillery prices and distance of distillery from Delhi.

  6. Chartered Accountant's Certificate for sale and minimum ex-distillery prices.

  7. Certificate from Excise Authority concerned regarding sale figure.

  8. Power of Attorney

  9. Registered partnership deed/memorandum and Article of association / (Distillery/Winery/Bottling Unit/Brewery).

  10. Duly audited annual account and balance sheet of distillery.

  11. Attested copy of the licence for establishment of distillery/winery/bottling unit/brewery.

  12. Attested photocopies of export passes/EVCs verifying the sale figure of the whisky and rum brands for which distillery has applied.

  13. Trade Mark Certificate.

  14. Usership agreement under Trade & Merchandise Marks Act, 1958.

  15. A certificate from a government authorized laboratory or other reputed private institutions regarding quality of brand.

  16. An affidavit stating that there is nothing adverse or against the applicant in view of the provision of rule 7 of Delhi Intoxicants License and Sale Rule, 1976.

  17. Documentary evidence to prove that the product is manufactured from natural alcohol (Double distilled) Extra natural alcohol.

The IMFL/beer brands proposed to be sold by applicant on L-1 Licence should be owned by the distillery and in respect of IMFL brands excluding wine, the applicant should be in possession of trade mark certificate in respect of these brands.

In addition, for approval of whisky and rum brands, such brands should have sold a prescribed minimum quantity in All India Market excluding Delhi as indicated in the terms and conditions. For the year 2008-2009 the minimum sale criteria as per maximum retail price for each quarts bottle are given below:-

                           WHISKY BRANDS 

S.NO.

RETAIL PRICE SEGMENT

MINIMUM SALE REQUIRED 

1.

Upto Rs. 100/-

50,000 cases

2

Rs. 101 to 250/-

75,000 cases

3.

Rs. 251 to 400/-

30,000 cases

4.

Rs. 401  and above

NIL

                                RUM BRANDS 

S.NO.

RETAIL PRICE SEGMENT

MINIMUM SALE REQUIRED 

1.

Upto Rs. 100/- (Cheaper Category)

30,000 cases

2

Rs. 101 to 250/-

40,000 cases

3.

Rs. 251 and above

NIL

                                BEER BRANDS

S.NO.

RETAIL PRICE SEGMENT

MINIMUM SALE REQUIRED 

1.

With above 5% alcoholic strength

2,55,000 cases

2

With below 5% alcoholic strength

80,000 cases

3.

International Beer Brands

5,00,000 cases

4..

Diet Beer

NIL

 NOTE : For Gin, Brandy, Vodka, Wine and Liqueur brands, no minimum sale criteria has been fixed.    

Once the licence is approved, the applicant is required to have a Bonded Warehouse approved for storage of liquor. Broadly speaking the applicant immediately on the approval of L-1 Licence has to deposit Licence Fee, Brand registration fee and Brand Fee & apply for the following :-

  1. Registration of Brands

  2. Approval of Bonded Warehouse

  3. Approval of Label

  4. Fixation of ex-distillery price

Number of L-1 licensee

Year

Number

1995-96

53

1996-97

57

1997-98

55

1998-99

55

1999-2000

75

2000-2001

76

2001-2002

63

2002-2003

68

2003-2004

65

2007-2008

66

2008-2009

71

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Grant of L-2 Licence:

L-2 Licence for retail vend of foreign liquor/beer are granted only to selected undertakings of the Delhi government namely DTTDC, DSIDC, DSCSC and DCCWS. Any proposal in respect of premises for opening of a vend would come from above Corporations. As such an individual who wants to give his premises on rent for opening of vend has to approach any of these corporations, which after looking into suitability of the premises approach the office of the Commissioner of Excise for grant of L-2 licence in respect of the premises.

Broadly any premises to be suitable for opening of liquor vend should meet the following requirement :-

  1. The vend premises should be in a pucca building with minimum floor area of 150 sqft. on a floor and located in commercial area.

  2. The vend premises are inspected by the site inspection committee. The Committee inspects the shop to ascertain that the premises meet the requirement of excise rules as below :

    1. "No liquor shop for consumption off the premises shall be located within a distance of 75 metres from the following, namely:

      • Major educational institutions

      • Religious Places

      • Hospitals with fifty beds and above 

      Explanation I :- For the purpose of Clause (a) above, major educational institutions would mean middle and higher secondary schools, colleges and other institutions of higher learning recogzined by the Government of NCT of Delhi or Government of India.

      Explanation II :- For the purpose of Clause (b) above, a religious place would imply a religious place having a pucca structure witha  covered area of more than 400sq feet.

           Explanantion III :- The measurement of distance shall be from the mid point.  The acual main entrance/door of   the premises proposed for license to mid point of the actual main door/entrance of the building of the places mentioned in clauses (a), (b) and (c) above.

If the proposed premises meet the above requirement and found suitable, the grant of L-2 Licence is approved and the concerned Corporation is required to deposit Rs. 1,00,000/- as licence fee before issue of licence. At present shops are in operation all over Delhi.  License fee can be deposited on pro rata basis in quarterly terms.

These vends sell IMFL/Beer brands at rates fixed by the Excise Commissioner. Retail sale rate are printed on labels of IMFL and  beer bottles. At present, while cheapest IMFL is sold in Delhi for Rs 90/ bottle, high priced scotch brands are available upto Rs. 1520/quart. Lager beer brands are sold in price range of Rs. 25/- to Rs. 40/bottle.

Number of L-2 Licensee

Year

Number

1994-95

172

1995-96

188

1996-97

184

1997-98

189

1998-1999

208

1999-2000

224

2000-2001

235

2001-2002

251

2002-2003

273

2003-2004

276

2008-2009

323

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Grant of L-3/L-5 Licence in Hotels:

On site Consumption Licences :

 Department grants licence to hotels which are holding star classification and approval of Department of Tourism, Govt. of India which are considered necessary for grant of Licence in form L-3. L-3 license empowers the hotel for service of foreign liquor to the residents in their rooms. 

These hotels can also seek separate Licence in form L-5 for service of liquor in exclusive bar and in the restaurant / bar in the hotel premises. The service of liquor is restricted to specified premises of bar and restaurant only. The hotel is required to submit application on its letter head accompanied by the following documents :-

  • Documentary proof regarding legal status of the hotel i.e. whether it is a company, partnership firm etc.

  • Whether the hotel is in legal possession of the plot.

  • Completion certificate in respect of the hotel building.

  • Trade licence from the Local Authority i.e. MCD/NDMC as the case maybe

  • Lodging House licence from the Local Authority.

  • Certificate of registration of eating House licence issued by the DCP (Licencing).

  • Documentary proof regarding applicant being an Income Tax Assessee and Sales Tax-Assessee.

  • The applicant is required to submit lay out plan of the hotel, site plan of the licence outlets and the liquor stores

  • proof of Department of Tourism. GOvt of India indicating the project approval and also recommendation for  grant of L-3/L-5 license

  • NOC from Delhi Fire Service

The applicant hotel is required to submit application to the Commissioner of Excise. After scrutiny of the papers submitted and the same having been found to be in accordance with the rules, the hotel premises is inspected by the concerned Excise Officer from the department who submits report to the licence granting authority. The inspection as above is to determine status of the premises under the Excise rules particularly w.r.t. rule 11 of the Delhi Intoxicants Licence and Sales Rules, 1976 which provides that :-

"No liquor shop for consumption 'on' the premises shall be located within a distance of 75 metres from the following, namely :-

(a)         major educational institutions

(b)        religious places;

(c)         hospitals with fifty beds and above

 Explanation I :  For the purpose of clause (a) above, major educational institutions would mean middle and higher secondary schools, colleges and other institutions of higher learning recognized by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi or the Government of India.

 Explanation II : For the purpose of clause (b) above, a religious place would imply a religious place having a pucca structure with a covered area of more than 400 square feet.

 Explanation III : The measurement of distance shall be from the mid-point of the actual main entrance/door of the premises proposed for licence to mid-point of the actual main door/entrance of the building of the places mentioned in clauses (a), (b) and (c) above.

Once the hotel has been found to be suitable for grant of licence, the views of the public/residents are invited on the proposal giving them 7 days time in this regard to file objections before the licensing authority. This is done through pasting of notices and also through public announcement in the area. After no objection has been received, the competent authority proceeds with approval for grant of licence. After approval, the hotel is required to submit fees as prescribed under the rules. On deposit of the same, licence is issued to the hotel. L-5 Licence for exclusive bar/restaurant within the hotel is granted in conjunction with L-3 Licence only and requirements listed above also apply for grant of L-5 Licence.

No of Hotels having L-3/L-5 issued

YEAR

NO. OF L-3/L-5

1994-95

43

1995-96

43

1996-97

44

1997-98

45

1998-99

45

1999-2000

45

2000-2001

47

2001-2002

47

2002-2003

51

2003-2004

51

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L-3 License Fee

L-3( Service of foreign liquor in a hotel to the residents in their rooms)

  • Hotel having 10 to 25 rooms                   Rs 40,000/-

  • Hotel having 26 to 50 rooms                   Rs 60,000/-

  • Hotel having 51 to 100 rooms                 Rs 1,20,000/-

  • Hotel having 101 to 200 rooms               Rs 1,80,000/-

  • Hotel having 201 to 300 rooms               Rs 2,50,000/-

  • Hotel having 301 to 400 rooms               Rs 4,00,000/-

  • Hotel having 401 and above rooms         Rs 4,50,000/-

L-5 License Fee

(Service of foreign Liquor in a bar or restaurant attached to a hotel)

As per above stated Notification No the rate of L-5 License fee is as under

  • 5 Star and above         Rs 8.50 Lacs P.A. per endorsement

  • 4 Star                        Rs 7.00 Lacs P.A. per endorsement

  • 3 Star                        Rs 6.50 Lacs P.A. per endorsement

  • 2 Star                        Rs 6.00 Lacs P.A. per endorsement

  • 1 Star                        Rs 5.00 Lacs P.A. per endorsement

  • Budget Hotel               Rs 4.50 Lacs P.A. per endorsement

 

  • Application form for the grant of L-3/L-5 licence  (Click)

  • List of L-3/L-5 licensees (click here)

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Grant of L-4 Licence in Independent Restaurant:

L-4 Licence is granted to an independent restaurant approved by Department of Tourism, Govt. of India. Such restaurants can apply in the office of the Commissioner of Excise in prescribed form and submit documents as indicated in the application form. The restaurant should be situated in commercial area with adequate parking space. The restaurant has to meet the requirement of rule 11 of Delhi Intoxicants Licence & Sales Rules, 1976 as quoted in case of L-3/L-5 Licences conditions. Rest of the procedure for the grant of Licence is the same as indicated in case of L-3/L-5 Licence.

LIST OF DOCUMENTS FOR L-4 LICENCE

  1. Approval of DOT, Govt. of India.

  2. Memorandum and Articles of Association/Certificate of Incorporation/ Partnership deed etc.

  3. Proof of lawful possession of the premises.

  4. Copy of Income Tax Clearance

  5. Copy of Sales Tax Registration./Latest Asst Order

  6. Copy of  Eating House License from DCP(Licencing)

  7. Trade Licence issued by MCD/NDMC

  8. NOC from Fire Department provided the height of the premises is more than 15 metres.

  9. Affidavits in the prescribed proformas. 

Details of Yearwise L-4 Licenses

Year

L-4 licenses Granted(Cumulative)

1994-95

37

1995-96

43

1996-97

48

1997-98

56

1998-99

65

1999-2000

72

2000-01 

96

2001-02

121

2002-03

173

2003-2004

183

2014

0

  • Application form for the grant of L4 licence to an independent restaurant (Click)

  • List of L-4 licensees (click here)

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Grant of L-19 Licence:

L-19 licence is granted to a club registered with the Registrar of Firms/Registrar of Cooperative Societies, for service of foreign liquor to its members only subject to provisions of Punjab Excise Act, 1914 as extended to the National Capital Territory of Delhi and the rules framed thereunder and instructions issued from time to time. 

Any eligible club can apply for grant of L-19 licence in the prescribed proforma with the required documents. 

 LIST OF DOCUMENTS FOR GRANT OF L-19/L-19 A LICENCE FOR CLUB

  1. Memorandum and Articles of Association

  2. Certificate of registration with the Registrar of firms or society

  3. Copy of Resolution duly passed by managing committee to have L-19 licence in club premises.

  4. Resolution regarding meeting of the liabilities of the Clubs

  5. List of office Bearers and list of Members.

  6. Specific site plan showing liquor service area and store

  7. Fire safety certificate

  8. Proof of lawful possession of the premises

  9. Eating house licence from D.C.P(Licensing) of the area.

Grant of L-19A License

L-19A license is granted for service of Liquor/Beer at a club/mess whose membership is exclusively for Government Servants and is not run on commercial lines. The documents/procedure required for granting L-19A License is similar to the grant of L-19 license.

L-19 License Fee

The following is the fee structure for L-19 License:-

  • Club with membership upto 800                 Rs 50,000/- per annum

  • Club with membership from 801 to 1500      Rs 75,000/- per annum

  • Club with membership more than 1500        Rs 1,50,000/- per annum

L-19A License Fee

The license fee for L-19A license is fixed to Rs 5000/- p.a. irrespective of the number of members of the club.

Rest of the procedure with regard to the grant of Licence is the same as indicated in respect of L-3/L-5 Licence.

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Grant of L-53 Licence:

IT REFERS TO PUBLIC NOTICE DATED 04/9/04 REGARDING TERMS AND CONDITION FOR GRANT OF L53 LICENCE.

TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR GRANT OF LICENCE IN FORM L-53 (RETAIL VEND IN DEPARTMENTAL STORES) FOR THE EXCISE YEAR 2004-2005 ONWARDS FOR THE RETAIL SALE OF BEER/MIXED ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IN THE NATIONAL CAPITAL TERRITORY OF DELHI.

Licence in form L-53 for retail sale of Beer/Mixed Alcoholic Beverages in Departmental Stores in the National Capital Territory of Delhi shall be granted by the Government for the year 2004-05 onwards in accordance with the following terms and conditions:-

1. LICENCE FEE

    1. 1.1 L-53 licence will be issued on payment of licence fee of Rs. 50,000.00 (Rupees Fifty Thousand) only for the licensing year payable only in respect of the remaining part of Excise Year, including the quarter in which the licence is granted. The fee for a quarter would be one-forth of the annual fee. This is further subject to security deposit of Rs. 2,00,000/- (Rupee Two Lakhs) only in the form of Bank Guarantee.
    2. 1.2 L-53 licence so issued shall be for the grant of rights to sell Beer/Mixed Alcoholic Beverages, subject to payment of special duty, assessment fee, vend fee and other duties and levies as would be prescribed by the Excise Department.

2. ELIGIBILITY TO HOLD LICENCE

Licence shall be granted to the following holders of Departmental stores:

Companies registered under Companies Act, 1956.

Partnership firm, registered under Partnership Act, 1932.

Society registered under the relevant Co-operative Society Act.

Sole/ Individual proprietor.

Explanation:- Departmental store should be of at least 500 Sq. ft. carpet area and having more than one different segments of products being sold e.g. Grocery and other household products, etc.

    1. 2.2 The applicant should be in actual physical possession of a Departmental Store (hereinafter referred to as "the proposed Departmental Store) having carpet area of more than 500 sq.ft. (excluding the office space), in a commercial complex /area recognized as such by the local bodies including DDA/MCD/NDMC.
    2. 2.3 The proposed Departmental store should not be located within 75 metres from the following:-
      1. a. Major educational institutions (middle and higher secondary schools and colleges and other institutions of higher learning, recognized by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi or Govt. of India).
      2. b. Religious places having pucca structure with a covered area of more than 400 sq.ft.
      3. c. Hospitals with fifty beds and above;

      2.4  No application for grant of L-53 license Shall be considered for departmental stores located at Petrol pump.

      2.5  Not more than one license will be given to one Department store/applicant (a chain of department stores will be treated as one).

      2.6  The store should be a pre-existing Departmental store only.

3. SALE HOURS AND DRY DAYS

3.1 Sale of Beer/Mixed Alcoholic Beverages would be allowed for 9 hours between 10.00 am to 10.00 pm. The timings once fixed with the approval of competent authority will not be allowed to be changed during the rest of the year.

3.2 All days of religious importance and such other days as considered appropriate will be declared as "dry days" in addition to dry days normally declared. The holders of L-53 licences shall not be entitled to any compensation or relief due to any increase in the number of dry days or due to change in the working hours of the retail vends during the course of the licencing year.

4. PROCEDURE TO APPLY

4.1 The application for grant of L-53 licence may be submitted in the prescribed form (Annexure I) alongwith required documents) on any working day in the Office of the Collector of Excise, Govt. of NCT of Delhi (hereinafter called "the Collector"). Only those applications which are

complete in all respects shall be considered for grant of the licence. Incomplete applications will be liable to be rejected.

4.2 Alongwith the application, applicant will be required to submit the following:-

    1. (a) Proof of lawful possession of the Departmental Store i.e. ownership/lease/rental documents.
    2. (b) An affidavit (Annexure II) declaring that
      1. i. He is in actual possession of the Departmental Store for which he has made an application for grant of L-53 licence
      2. ii. there is nothing adverse against the applicant in view of the provisions of rule 7 of Delhi Intoxicants License and Sale Rules, 1976.
      3. (c) An attested copy of Registration Certificate issued by Sales Tax Department.
      4. (d) Income Tax Clearance Certificate or copy of Permanent Account Number with latest Income tax return filed by the applicant and latest income tax assessment order of the applicant.
    1. 4.3 Information as required for this purpose in the application form shall be furnished with complete details truly and faithfully so as to enable the processing of applications for grant of L-53 licences. The applicant shall not be entitled to any relief or compensation on account of delay in the finalization of their cases for the grant of licences.

5. OTHER CONDITIONS OF LICENCE

    1. 5.1 The licence holder shall abide by the provisions of the Punjab Excise Act, 1914 as extended to the National Capital Territory of Delhi and the rules framed and orders issued thereunder and any other law in force in the National Capital Territory of Delhi relating to liquor and bonded warehouses.

    1. 5.2 Licence in Form L-53 for the licensing period shall be inter-alia subject to the general/special conditions prescribed in rules 33 and 34 of the Delhi Liquor Licence Rules, 1976.

    1. 5.3 L-53 licence holder will be entitled to retail sale of Beer/ Mixed Alcoholic Beverages at the retail price fixed by the Excise Department.

    2. 5.4 The licence holder will ensure that the operation of L-53 vend is totally computerized having facility of bar-code scanners. Billing should be only through automatic decoding of bar-codes through scanners.

5.5 The L-53 licence holder shall procure Beer/Mixed Alcoholic Beverages only from L-1 licence holders.

    1. 5.6 The store will maintain appropriate records as specified by the Excise Department as in case of L-2 vends.

    2. 5.7 The licencee shall furnish to the Collector a declaration in writing by the 8th of every month certifying that he has cleared all outstanding excise revenues and other dues recoverable from him. The Collector or any Excise officer may refuse to issue any passes or permits to licence holder in the absence of such declaration or for any sufficient reasons, to be recorded in writing, if he has reasons to believe that the licence holder has not, on demand, paid any dues recoverable under section 60 of the said Act or dues payable on account of undue pecuniary benefits obtained by the licence holders due to furnishing of wrong information or/and suppressing the material information furnished to the Department at the time of initially applying for the licence. The licencee shall not be entitled to any compensation or relief on account of such refusal.

    3. 5.8  The license will not use more than 10% of the floor are for display sale of beer. Chilling /freezer facility of only upto 200 liters capacity will be permitted in order to prevent the tendency of onsite consumption.

6. GRANT OF LICENCE

6.1 All the applications for the grant of fresh L-53 licence shall be subject to the acceptance by the specified competent authority who may accept or reject any application without assigning any reason. The licencing authority or the Government shall be under no obligation to grant any licence for which application has been made.

6.2 An applicant whose application is accepted shall complete the formalities as prescribed immediately on being informed.

7. PREMISES

7.1 The licenced premises shall be a pucca building in an area recognized as commercial by DDA/MCD/NDMC with adequate storage facilities. The licenced premises shall be duly insured against fire and natural hazards.

8. PAYMENTS

8.1 The licencee shall make all the payments to the Government in connection with the operation of his licence in cash or by bank draft drawn in the name of the Collector of Excise, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi.

8.2 The licencee shall pay interest @ 18 % p.a. from the date on which any payment recoverable from him under section 60 of the said Act becomes due to the Government until the date such payment is actually made or such amount is actually recovered, whatsoever, may be the reason for the lapse of time before payment is made or recovery is effected.

8.3 The licencee shall not be entitled to any interest or any other relief or compensation on account of any delay in the payment of any amount to him by the Government.

9. PROHIBITION

9.1 In pursuance of the Directive Principles of the State Policy relating to prohibition as contained in Article 47 of the Constitution of India, the Lt. Governor of the National Capital Territory of Delhi may issue orders and directions from time to time and such orders and directions shall be binding on the licence holder and no compensation shall be payable on that account.

9.2 The licence holder shall abide by the following prohibition measures namely:

    1. (i) The licence holder shall display a notice board prominently in front of the licenced premises declaring that "Drinking of Liquor is injurious to Health"
    2. (ii) The Licence holder shall not sell liquor to the persons below 25 years of age.

10. The licence holder shall be bound to furnish any information in connection with L-53 licence truly and faithfully within a reasonable time as may be prescribed by the Commissioner or the Collector or the District Excise Officer or the Excise Officer. Refusal to furnish the information, furnishing of false information or non-compliance of the orders will be regarded as the breach of the terms and conditions of the licence. Breach of terms and conditions may also result in non-issue of transport permits and suspension/cancellation of licence.

11. The Commissioner/Collector reserves the right to cancel or suspend any L-53 licence at will as per provisions of Sec. 36 (g) of the Punjab Excise Act, 1914 as extended to the National Capital Territory of Delhi.

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Possession limit for liquor:

Liquor being an exciseable article can not be stored by a person like any general commodity. Possession limit has therefore been prescribed. Any individual person can possess at his residence alcoholic beverages within the prescribed limit for bonafide consumption by him and by members of his family or his guests. The present possession limit is given below: -

Foreign liquor whether imported or made in India                      :          18 litres

Beer/wine (mild drinks) whether imported or made in India          :          36 litres

Cider                                                                                :          9 litres

Country liquor                                                                    :           3 litres

Note : An individual is allowed to carry one unsealed bottle of 750 ml. while entering into the National Capital    

Territory of Delhi from other States.

For Permission of possessing Liquor in excess of Normal Possession Limit one has to apply for L-49.

 

Temporary Licence for service of liquor in Parties/functions/Conferences

I. AT RESIDENCE

 No Licence is required by an individual for serving liquor to his guests and family members at his residence provided the liquor served is within permissible possession limit

 

II        FOR LICENSEES ALLOWED FOR ONSITE CONSUMPTION

         (HOTELS/CLUBS/RESTAURANTS) LICENCE (L-20)

L-20  licence is granted to licenced hotels, restaurants and clubs for service of foreign liquor inside/outside their licensed premises on temporary basis for hosting a function on a specific day.

Any eligible hotel, restaurant and club can apply for grant of L-20 licence in the prescribed proforma after depositing Rs 3000/- as licence fee. 

The prescribed proforma required for grant of L-20 licence (click here).  

 

III       AT ANY OTHER PREMISES - LICENCE (L-49A)

L-49 A licence can be obtained on payment of Rs. 3,000/- for service of liquor in any party, function, marriage etc. at a specific premises anywhere in Delhi excluding public parks subject to the following conditions: -

              The area is screened off from public view;

        Liquor is served to adults above 25 years of age;

        Liquor is procured from authorized source in Delhi. (the license holder must be having the bill in original issued by retail liquor vend in Delhi from where the liquor has been procured).

           An individual/organization can apply for grant of L-49 A licence in the prescribed Performa.  This licence can be obtained from the window at the Excise Department or from the specified liquor vends.  

 The prescribed proforma required for grant of L-49 A licence (click here).  

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