314-38-100 - Accommodation sale permit

314-38-100. Accommodation sale permit

(1) An accommodation sale permit authorized by RCW 66.20.010(16) allows an individual or business to sell a private collection of wine or spirits to another individual or business.

(2) The seller must submit an application and twenty-five dollar fee to the board.

(3) Once the board verifies the information on the application, a permit for the sale will be issued to the seller.

(4) The seller must wait at least five business days after receiving the permit to release either the wine or spirits, or both, to the buyer.

(5) Within twenty calendar days of the sale, the seller must complete an accommodation sale inventory report and submit it to the board.

(6) The following are definitions for the purposes of this section:

(a) "Accommodation sale" means the sale of a private collection of wine or spirits to an individual or business. Both the seller and the buyer must be located in Washington state.

(b) "Buyer" means the individual or business buying a private collection of wine or spirits. A buyer may be a liquor licensee.

(c) "Private collection" means a privately owned collection of wine or spirits. There is no minimum or maximum quantity to be considered a collection.

(d) "Seller" means the individual or business selling a private collection of wine or spirits. The seller cannot be a liquor licensee.

(Adopted by WSR 17-08-099, Filed 4/5/2017, effective 5/6/2017 Amended by WSR 21-01-057, Filed 12/9/2020, effective 1/9/2021)

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