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Sunday Sales License

The Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) excercises complete control of the alcoholic beverage traffic in Michigan. The MLCC Licensing Division is responsible for processing retail, wholesale, and manufacturing license applications and issuing those licenses approved by the MLCC Commissioners. The MLCC Licensing Division is also responsible for processing the subsequent renewals of the retail, wholesale, and manufacturing licenses.

The MLCC Commissioners are appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Michigan Senate. Of the five members, no more than three can be of the same political party. The Commissioners' terms of office are for four years with rotating expiration dates. Two of the Commissioners (one Democrat and one Republican) serve as Hearing Commissioners and conduct hearings on violations of the Michigan Liquor Control Code of 1998 (Code) and Administrative Rules of the MLCC (Rules). The remaining three Commissioners are designated as the Administrative Commissioners and are responsible for administering the provisions of the Code and Rules in the areas of licensing, enforcement, purchasing, merchandising, and distribution.


A. NAME OF LICENSE OR APPROVAL: 

Sunday Sales License


B. STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 

Michigan Liquor Control Code of 1998, Public Act 58 of 1998, as amended 


C. APPLICABLE REGULATION: 

Michigan Administrative Code Implemented by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission 

General Rules (R 436.1001 - 436.1063)


D. SUMMARY OF LICENSE/APPROVAL PROCESS: 

 1.  Applicability (activities that require the license)


 2.  Pre-Application Requirements


 3.  Application Submission Requirements


 4.  Procedures and Time-Frame for Obtaining Permit or Approval


 5.  Operational Requirements


 6.  Fees


 7.  Appeal Process


 8.  Public Input Opportunities


E. ADMINISTERING AGENCY: 

Creation/Revision Date:

April 26, 2012