Alaska Statutes.
Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 11. Licensing
Section 200. Retail Stock Sale License.
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AS 04.11.200. Retail Stock Sale License.

(a) A retail stock sale license authorizes the holder to sell the remaining stock of a package liquor store when the owner wishes to close out or terminate the business of the store.

(b) A sale by a holder of a retail stock sale license may only be in quantities of five gallons or more per sale and may only be to persons licensed under this chapter.

(c) The retail stock sale license shall be issued for a period of 90 days from the expiration or forfeiture of the package store license and is not renewable.

(d) The retail stock sale license shall be issued only if the owner of the package store business does not have a current package store license. However, if the owner had a package store license that was suspended or revoked, the retail stock sale license may not be issued.

(e) The retail stock sale license fee is $100.

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