Licensed venues won’t need separate permit to serve liquor at weddings, parties

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Licensed venues won’t need separate permit to serve liquor at weddings, parties

Friday, 12 November 2021 | PTI | NEW DELHI

Under the Delhi Government’s new excise policy, there will be no need of having temporary P-10 licence for serving liquor at weddings, parties and other such events at licenced premises of banquet halls, farm houses, motels and similar venues.

 The need for P-10 licence will be replaced by a L-38 licence for one year that will be given on payment of a fee ranging from `5-15 lakh depending on the size of the licensed premises.

 The excise department of the Delhi Government has issued terms and conditions for the applicants of L-38 licence under the new excise policy for 2021-22.

The excise commissioner in a note issued on Tuesday said “no separate P-10 license will be required at any event being conducted at these venues once the yearly license is acquired.

These venues which conduct multiple events will have to take this licence (L-38) in order to serve liquor at their premises.”

 However, the L-38 licensee will issue a letter mentioning date of the event, number of guests and such other details to the host of the event to enable them to procure the liquor from licensed source in Delhi.

 The host of the event will produce purchase invoice if demanded by excise officials, according to the note.

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