The Permit

Your permit must be displayed in a conspicuous place at all times. Your permit expires two (2) years from the date it was issued and it is your responsibility to renew it prior to expiration. The expiration date is printed on the face of your permit.

Prior to expiration, a courtesy renewal is mailed to your mailing address on file. The commission cannot guarantee that the renewal will be delivered by the post office. If you do not receive your renewal form, contact your local TABC office or you can obtain the form(s) from our website.

You now have the option to RENEW ONLINE !

 There is a 30 day grace period to renew after expiration, however you may not resume selling alcoholic beverages until the renewal is filed and the appropriate fees and late fees are paid.**

  • a $100 late fee will be assessed for each permit held, if renewed after the expiration date.

 

If you engage in activity during the grace period without the appropriate fees being paid, your permit is subject to administrative action

 

 

 

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