Maryland only this past year repealed provisions of law applicable in specified counties that made it a criminal offense to knowingly selling or providing an alcoholic beverage to an individual with an intellectual disability or to an individual if a family member or guardian has given written notice to the license holder that the person
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Talbot County is Among the Last to Ban Booze on Election Day
Talbot County, on the eastern shore of Maryland, is one of only a handful of places in America that prohibits the selling or providing of alcoholic beverages on an election day during the hours when the polls are open.
The picturesque waterfront county is named for Lady Grace Talbot, the sister of Lord Baltimore and…
Where Do I get a Liquor License?
One of the most common questions asked by callers to the local liquor boards is whether a liquor license is available for a particular location? The answer varies depending upon the local jurisdiction governing alcoholic beverage licenses.
But Baltimore County is typical of many locales. The maximum number of alcoholic beverage licenses in each of …
Who Really Owns A Liquor License?
It is not surprising that in Maryland the determination as to whether the liquor license is owned by the individual applicants, or by a corporation that operates the business, depends on the circumstances of the particular case.
That said, Maryland law has been and continues to be that liquor licenses issued to individuals for the…