Nev. Admin. Code § 369.Sec. 2 - NEW

1. A retail liquor store, or a delivery support service acting on behalf of a retail liquor store, may accept orders for and deliver liquor in its original package to a consumer pursuant to NRS 369.489, only if:
(a) The liquor is not for resale;
(b) The original package of liquor originates from the premises of the retail liquor store making the sale;
(c) The liquor is sold by the retail liquor store;
(d) The retail liquor store has met all local licensing requirements to engage in business as a retailer of liquor in the jurisdiction where the retail liquor store is located and where the delivery occurs;
(e) The liquor was purchased by the retail liquor store from a wholesaler in compliance with the marketing area of the wholesaler;
(f) The delivery originates during the posted business hours of the retail liquor store; and
(g) In the case of a delivery support service acting on behalf of a retail liquor store, the delivery support service has entered into a written agreement with the retail liquor store to deliver liquor to consumers on behalf of the retail liquor store.
2. A retail liquor store or its agent may accept an order for the sale and delivery of liquor pursuant to this section and NRS 369.489 that is made in person, is submitted in writing or is made by telephone or through the Internet.
3. As used in this section, "marketing area" has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 597.136.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 369.Sec. 2
Added to NAC by Tax Comm'n by R068-21A, eff. 12/29/2022

NRS 360.090, 369.150, 369.489

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