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What Real Estate Brokers Need to Know About Alcohol-Related Issues

Published: 27 Feb 2017

By Valerie Haber, Miami Liquor License Attorney, Alcohol Law and Food Law Attorney

FEBRUARY 27, 2017 -- We get a lot of questions from commercial real estate brokers about Miami liquor licenses and whether alcohol establishments can be located at particular properties. When brokers are faced with a proposed use that will require a liquor or beer and wine license (restaurants, bars, nightclubs, breweries, brewpubs, lounges, liquor package stores, convenience stores selling beer and wine, or any other type of business selling or serving beer, wine or spirits), it is advisable to conduct some in-depth due diligence to be sure that the alcohol use is allowed. Click here to find out some common areas that require careful consideration when an alcohol use is being considered.

Richard M. Blau

Firm: Gray|Robinson
Country: USA - Florida

Practice Area: Food & Beverage

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