An important and recurring issue for the owners of establishments providing for the sale of alcoholic beverages, or holding a liquor license, is the amount of distance that the New Jersey state regulations require the establishment to be located from schools and churches. The relevant state statute, N.J.S.A. 33:1-76, determines that the location of an establishment selling liquor may not be less than two hundred feet from a church or school. N.J.S.A. 33:1-76 states in part that “no license shall be issued for the sale of alcoholic beverages within two hundred feet of any church or public schoolhouse or private…

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If you are the owner of a retail liquor license in the State of New Jersey it is extremely important that you read the Alcoholic Beverage Control Handbook for Retail Licensees. The ABC handbook can be found on the State of New Jersey, Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control’s website. The ABC handbook is also available in Spanish. The ABC handbook provides important information and a concise summary of the rules and regulations for a retail licensee in easy to understand terms. The ABC handbook is organized in alphabetical order by subject. Some of the topics addressed in the ABC handbook…

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