Alaska Statutes.
Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 11. Licensing
Section 340. Denial of Request For Relocation.
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AS 04.11.340. Denial of Request For Relocation.

An application requesting approval for the relocation of licensed premises shall be denied if

(1) the board finds, after review of all relevant information, that relocation of the license would not be in the best interests of the public;

(2) the relocation is prohibited under AS 04.11.400 (a) or (b);

(3) the license would be relocated out of the established village, incorporated city, unified municipality, or population area established under AS 04.11.400 (a) within which it is located;

(4) transfer of ownership is to be made concurrently with the relocation of the licensed premises and a ground for denial of the transfer of ownership under AS 04.11.360 is presented;

(5) the application has not been completed in accordance with AS 04.11.290;

(6) relocation of the license would result in violation of a local zoning law;

(7) relocation of the license would violate the restrictions pertaining to the particular license imposed by this title;

(8) relocation of the license is prohibited under this title as a result of an election conducted under AS 04.11.507 ; or

(9) the license was issued under AS 04.11.400 (d), (e), or (g).

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