18- 553 C.M.R. ch. 103, § 6

Not withstanding other provisions of law to the contrary, an applicant for off-premise retail sales need not disclose the identity of a sub-lessee occupying a portion of the licensed premises under the following circumstances:

A. The sub-lessee is prohibited, both by Maine law and the applicant, from selling, possessing, transporting or otherwise controlling alcoholic beverages on the licensed premises;
B. The sub-lessee is required to allow Bureau inspection of its premises at all reasonable times;
C. The applicant discloses the existence of the sub-lease and identifies the sub-lessee, along with the portion of the licensed premises occupied by the sub-lessee, in its license application; and
D. The applicant acknowledges that it is responsible for the actions of the sub-lessee, its employees and agents on the licensed premises in accordance with the applicant's obligations pursuant to the licensing requirements of Title 28-A and this chapter; and
E. An applicant for license may use neither the inventory nor the assets of the sub-lessee in order to meet the licensing requirements of this chapter.

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18- 553 C.M.R. ch. 103, § 6

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