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How much does the Oregon liquor control commission bond cost?
Oregon liquor control commission bond costs start at $100 annually. If your required bond amount is $10,000 or less, you'll pay just $100 annually. If your required bond amount is more than $10,000, your invoice will be provided after a quick application review.
How do I get a liquor control commission bond in Oregon?
You can purchase your Oregon liquor control commission bond online 24/7. You must provide the following information for Liquor and Cannabis Commission filing approval.
- business name, including any DBA
- liquor license type
Once your payment has been processed, a copy of your liquor license bond will be emailed to you instantly. Your official alcoholic beverages bond will be shipped to your preferred mailing address.
How fast can I get an alcoholic liquor control commission bond?
Our industry-leading technology and responsive customer service team allow us to deliver your official Oregon liquor control commission bond faster than any other surety provider. The OLCC requires your alcoholic beverages bond be physically issued and delivered to you, so choose overnight shipping when submitting your order if you're in a rush.
What is an Oregon liquor control commission bond?
Oregon Revised Statute 471.155 requires individuals file a surety bond before being licensed to manufacture, distribute, order, or sell spirits, wine, beer, and other alcoholic liquor in the state. Oregon Revised Statute 471.155 specifically requires this surety bond be filed and actively maintained by any of the following license holder types: brewery, winery, wholesale, warehouse, grower sales privilege, brewery public house, or wine self-distribution permit. The bond form requires liquor license holder applicants to adhere to the provisions of the Oregon Liquor Control Act as well as any other state law that regulates alcoholic liquor importation, manufacturing, distribution, sale, or taxation.
Why is an Oregon liquor license bond required?
By filing this bond, you agree to operate your licensed premises according to the Oregon Liquor Control Act and also pay any fines imposed against you for any violations. If you fail to do so, your issuing surety company will pay valid claims up to your full bond amount, which you'd be required to reimburse.
Who needs a liquor license surety bond?
You might need this liquor license surety bond if you operate a licensed premises as a retailer, distributor, or manufacturer of any of the following types of alcoholic beverages.
- liquor store
- rare bourbon
Why does the Liquor and Cannabis Commission require surety bonds?
The Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission enforces licensing regulations for alcohol retailers, distributors, transporters, and manufacturers in the state, including this surety bond requirement. If you're unsure if you need this bond or need help determining your required bond amount, contact the OLCC before purchasing your bond by calling 1(800)452-6522 or emailing [email protected].
How do I update or change my alcoholic liquor bond form?
If the OLCC requires your surety bond documentation to be updated for any reason, contact your surety provider. If you purchased your liquor control commission bond from SuretyBonds.com, email [email protected] to explain the needed change. The most common changes requested for these bonds are your company' name, address, or liquor license type.
How do I renew my Oregon liquor control commission bond?
You must renew your liquor control commission bond before its current term expires. Once you pay your SuretyBonds.com renewal invoice, we'll issue a new surety bond form for you to file for your next liquor license term.
How do I get a liquor license in Oregon?
You must submit the following to the OLCC along with your Oregon liquor license application.
- applicant identification
- business premises address
- applicant signature
- authorization of representatives (if applicable)
Before you submit your application to the OLCC, you must send your completed application to your local government for the business premises address to obtain a recommendation. The local government is the city for businesses within city limits whereas the local government for businesses outside city limits is the county.
Email your application and local government recommendation to [email protected].