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Georgia Consumption on Premises Liquor License Bond ($2,500) Retailers and Consumption on Premises Liquor License Performance and Tax Liability Surety Bond is required by the state of Georgia Department of Revenue. The Bond amount required is $2500. This Bond stipulates the principal has already applied for a license to do business as a retailer or consumption on premise of distilled spirits under provisions of the Georgia Alcoholic Beverage Code. This Bond insures the principal will promptly pay all taxes, license fees and penalties while complying with the law.
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State: Georgia
Category: Consumption on Pr...
Obligee: State Revenue Com...
Amount: $2,500
Duration: Stated on Bond
Expiration: 31-Dec

Cost: $100

Consumption on Premises Liquor License Performance and Tax Liability Bond
Cost:
$100
State:
Georgia
Category:
Alcoholic Beverage & Tobacco Tax
Obligee:
State Revenue Commissioner – Dept of Revenue
Amount:
$2,500
Duration:
Stated on Bond
Expiration:
31-Dec
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Consumption on Premises Liquor License Performance and Tax Liability Bond

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