Your question: How long does it take to get a liquor license in South Africa?

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How much does it cost to get a liquor license in South Africa?

How much does a new liquor licence cost? This is perhaps the most common question that gets posed to us at Leon Slotow Attorneys as we are the leaders in Liquor Licence Applications in South Africa. The simple answer to this question is: between R15 000 and R25 000.

How do I get a temporary liquor license in South Africa?

To apply for a Temporary Liquor Licence, please contact JANET@SLOTOW.CO.ZA at the very least TWO weeks before the day of the event. TEMPORARY LIQUOR LICENCES COST AROUND R5000.

How long does it take to get a liquor license?

Getting a liquor license can take as few as four months and as long as almost a year. The average time for acquiring a liquor license is five to six months. You can help ensure a speedy application process by including all of the required documents and permits within your application.

What does a liquor license cost?

To obtain a liquor license you will typically have to pay a fee for the license and a processing fee for your application. The cost of a license ranges from $300 to $14,000 based on your state. You may also have to pay an additional license fee based on your municipality.

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How much does it cost to open a bottle store in South Africa?

Depending on size and location, franchisees can get away with an initial investment of around R1 million for a new liquor store. Larger standalone stores can cost more than three times that amount.

What do you need to apply for liquor license?

DUBAI LIQUOR LICENCE FOR TOURISTS

Tourists can visit an MMI or African + Eastern store in Dubai with their original passport (bearing Dubai entry stamp). A form has to be signed to confirm that the individual is a tourist and understands the rules of purchasing, transporting, and consuming alcohol in the emirate.

Do I need a liquor license to sell cocktails in South Africa?

If you want to sell, manufacture or distribute alcohol, you need a liquor licence.