16-4-415. Changes in business entity ownership -- department approval required. (1) In the case of corporate licensees, a person or entity that does not own stock or owns less than 10% of the stock in the corporation may not receive stock that results in the person or entity's share of stock in the corporation being 10% or greater unless the department reviews and determines that the person or entity qualifies for ownership of a liquor license as provided in 16-4-401.
(2) In the case of all other business entities, when a proposed transfer of ownership would result in a party who prior to the transfer owned no interest in the license owning an interest in the license, the proposed transfer must be submitted to the department for review. The proposed new party must qualify for ownership of a liquor license as provided in 16-4-401.
(3) In the case of a proposed change in business entity, the proposed new business entity shall apply for a transfer of ownership of the license with the department prior to changing the business entity. The proposed new business entity must qualify for ownership of a liquor license as provided in 16-4-401.
History: En. Sec. 1, Ch. 148, L. 1999.