[Liquor License] Hustler's Palace Casino & Bar

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[Liquor License] Hustler's Palace Casino & Bar

Post by William_Dunne on Sun Mar 21, 2010 8:25 am

Owner's Name: William Dunne
Date of Birth: June 09/82
Phone Number: 3222
Name of premises: Hustler's Palace Casino & Bar
Location of premises: The street opposite of All Saints General Hospital.
((LSRP forum username)): Guanra
Why do you need a Liquor License and how will it be utilized?:
I recently purchased the Hustler's Palace Casino & Bar, but it had an expired liquor license. I am applying for a new liquor license so that I can finally open the bar when people come to use our gambling services. We have plenty of bartenders that are already hired, and who will be instructed to check people's IDs and to be responsible in who they give the alcohol to and how much they give. Hustler's Palace employees will make sure the liquor license is not getting abused in any way. Thank you for taking the time to review my application.

EULA: I, William Dunne, hereby declare that I understand and agree to the rules and conducts mentioned in EULA, this includes the understanding of the consequences I may face if those terms are to be broken. I also understand that there is no verbal or inscribed authentication or proof of my acceptance of this conduct. This enables me to know that all personnel in the respected firms, bearing the above liquor license are subject to prosecution if these regulations are to be violated.

William_Dunne

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Re: [Liquor License] Hustler's Palace Casino & Bar

Post by Adrian_Lombardi on Mon Mar 22, 2010 11:11 pm



Dear Mr. Dune,

The LSPD's Department for Licensing has received your application for a liquor license. After reviewing your application and inspecting your establishment, we have decided that your application has been
DENIED for the reason(s) stated below.

- Distributing Alcoholic Beverages; pre-facto/post-facto(before/after) applying

You are NOT allowed to re-apply. This does not mean that the bar/club is banned from the process. Should the ownership change hands, the new owner will be allowed to apply for the bar.

Sincerely,
Licensing Officer,
Lead Officer

Los Santos Police Department.

Adrian_Lombardi
Department of Licensing Head
Department of Licensing Head

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