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Licences

Grant of L-1 Licence:
Every year Government of NCT of Delhi formulates the Excise Policy and approves Terms & Conditions for grant of L-1 licenses. In pursuance to this policy and the approved terms & conditions, licences in form L-1 are granted for the wholesale supply of Indian liquor. These are granted to a Company or a society or a partnership firm or proprietorship firm having licensed manufacturing units(distillery / brewery /winery/bottling plant).
The applications for the grant of Licence are invited through the public notice published in some of the leading newspapers and in the official website of the Department. An application for the grant of L-1 Licence is required to be made in response to the public notice in the prescribed format together with its Appendices ('B' and 'C') to the Dy. Commissioner of Excise. The prime job of L-1 Licensee is to supply liquor to the holders of Licenses in form L-6, L-7,L-9,L-10,L-12,L-13,L-14,L-15,L-16,L-17,L-18,L-19,L-20,L-21,L-28,L-29 and other liquor licences in the National Capital Territory of Delhi.
The aspirants for the grant of L-1 Licences have to comply with the procedure as laid down in the terms and conditions for the grant of L-1 Licences which are made available in the Office during the notice period. The applicant has to submit the following documents alongwith the application on the prescribed format :
S.NoDocument Required
1.Application in prescribed form (Annexure-1) duly signed by M.D./Authorized Director/Authorized Working Partner/President or Secretary of the Society.
2.Processing Fee of Rs.5000/-
3.Appendix B on an affidavit stating the details of the company/firm with sale figure all over India and Ex-distillery price(EDP)
4.Appendix C stating the details of the brand applied for with the sale figures all over India and Ex-distillery price(EDP), expected MRP, various duties etc.
5.Product declaration of the brands applied
6.ENA Certificate - neutral alcohol (double distilled) / Extra neutral alcohol
7.TMC under Trade Mark Act,1999 or registered Trade Mark licenced to the applicant/usership agreement (not required for Beer & Wine), in case of Foreign TMC, the brand should be applied in India.
8.An Affidavit regarding genuiness of foreign TMC
9.Copies of Excise Verification Certificate for sale verification
10.Sale Verification Report
11.Certificate of sale figure & EDP from Excise Authority
12.Memorandum & Article Association of the company/ Partnership deed under the Partnership Act,1932/Certificate of Registration in the Cooperative Society/Partnership Deed under Limited Liability Act,2008
13.Licence copy of Distillery/Brewery/Bottling Plant from where the brand is being manufactured/bottled
14.Power of Attorney duly signed by authorized Director/MD/Appointment of Attorney by the applicant
15.Solvency Certificate issued by SDM except Ltd. co. & existing L-1 licencee
16.Copy of Latest IT Return/ Copy of PAN Card/Copy of latest IT Assessment order/Copy of Income Tax Clearance Certificate
17.No Dues Certificate from Delhi Excise Department
18.No Dues Certificate from VAT Department, Delhi
19.CA Certificate regarding Sale & EDP of the brands
20.Affidavit under section 13 of Delhi Excise Act,2009 and Rule 23 & 35 of Delhi Excise Rules,2010
21.Chemical Analysis Report of the brand applied from the Govt. Authorised Lab./other reputed Pvt. institution
22.An attested copy of the annual account and Balance sheet duly audited
23.Performance Report of the company issued by E.I.
24.Personal Bond with Surety of Rs. 5 lacs
25.List of Directors/partners/members of the company/firm/society or form-32 in case of change from MOA.
26.Board Resolution/Proof of Authorization in favour of applicant to apply for L-1 licence for the year 2012-13
27.Photograph of MD/Applicant Director & Attorney
28.Name, address & photographs of each of the employees working at the BWH
29.Affidavit from Existing licencee
30.Affidavit from New licencee
In addition, for approval of whisky, beer and rum brands, such brands should have sold a prescribed minimum quantity in All India Market excluding Delhi during the last two preceding years as indicated in the terms and conditions. For the year 2011-2012, the minimum sale criteria as per maximum retail price are given below:-
S.No. Retail Price Segment Minimum Sale Required
1. Upto Rs. 120/- 50,000 cases
2 Rs. 121 to 250/- 1,00,000 cases
3. Rs. 251 to 400/- 50,000 cases
4. Rs. 401  and above Nil
S.No. Retail Price Segment Minimum Sale Required
1. Upto Rs. 120/- (Cheaper Category) 40,000 cases
2 Rs. 121 to 250/- 50,000 cases
3. Rs. 251 and above Nil
S.No. Retail Price Segment Minimum Sale Required
1.

With above 5% alcoholic strength and MRP

upto Rs.100/-

3,00,000 cases
2

Upto 5% alcoholic strength and MRP upto

Rs.100/-

1,00,000 cases

 

3. International Beer Brands 5,00,000 cases
4.Diet Beer Nil
5.MRP more than Rs.100/-Nil

Once the licence is approved, the applicant is required to have a Bonded Warehouse approved for storage of liquor. Broadly speaking the applicant immediately on the approval of L-1 Licence has to deposit Licence Fee, Label registration fee and Bonded Warehouse fee & apply for the following :-
1. Registration of Brands
2. Approval of Bonded Warehouse
3. Approval of Label
4. Fixation of ex-distillery price
Year Number
1995-96 53
1996-97 57
1997-98 55
1998-99 55
1999-2000 75
2000-2001 76
2001-2002 63
2002-2003 68
2003-2004 65
2007-2008 66

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

71

65

72

79


Grant of L-6 Licence:
L-6 Licence for retail vend of Indian liquor/beer are granted only to selected undertakings of the Delhi government namely DTTDC, DSIDC, DSCSC and DCCWS. Any proposal in respect of premises for opening of a vend would come from above Corporations. As such an individual who wants to give his premises on rent for opening of vend has to approach any of these corporations, which after looking into suitability of the premises approach the office of the Commissioner of Excise for grant of L-6 licence in respect of the premises.
Broadly any premises to be suitable for opening of liquor vend should meet the following requirement :-
1. The vend premises should be in a pucca building with minimum floor area of 150 sqft. on a floor and located in commercial area.
2. The vend premises are inspected by the site inspection committee. The Committee inspects the shop to ascertain that the premises meet the requirement of excise rules as below :
  1. "No liquor shop for consumption off the premises shall be located within a distance of 100 metres from the following, namely:
     (a) Major educational institutions
     (b) Religious Places
     (c) Hospitals with fifty beds and above 
    Explanation I :- For the purpose of Clause (a) above, major educational institutions would mean middle and higher secondary schools, colleges and other institutions of higher learning recogzined by the Government.
    Explanation II :- For the purpose of Clause (b) above, a religious place would imply a religious place having a pucca structure with a covered area of more than 400sq feet.
    Explanantion III :- The measurement of distance shall be the shortest traversable distance, from the mid point of the acual main entrance/door of   the premises proposed for license to mid point of the actual main door/entrance of the building of the places mentioned in clauses (a), (b) and (c) above.
  If the proposed premises meet the above requirement and found suitable, the grant of L-6 Licence is approved and the concerned Corporation is required to deposit Rs. 2,50,000/- as licence fee before issue of licence. At present shops are in operation all over Delhi. 
  These vends sell Indian liquor/Beer brands at rates fixed by the Excise Commissioner. Retail sale rate are printed on labels of Indian liquor and  beer bottles.

Year

Number

1994-95

172

1995-96

188

1996-97

184

1997-98

189

1998-1999

208

1999-2000

224

2000-2001

235

2001-2002

251

2002-2003

273

2003-2004

276

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

323

323

356

358

360

 

L-10 Retail Vend

Terms and Conditions for the grant of Licence in form  L-10 for 2012-13

Application Form for L-10 vend for 2012-13


Grant of L-15/L-15F and L-16/16F Licence in Hotels:
Department grants licence to hotels which are holding star classification and approval of Department of Tourism, Govt. of India which are considered necessary for grant of Licence in form L-15/L-15F license empowers the hotel for service of Indian Liquor/foreign liquor to the residents in their rooms. 
These hotels can also seek separate Licence in form L-16/L-16F for service of Indian Liqour/Foreign liquor in exclusive bar and in the restaurant / bar in the hotel premises. The service of liquor is restricted to specified premises of bar and restaurant only. The hotel is required to submit application on its letter head accompanied by the following documents :-
1. Documentary proof regarding legal status of the hotel i.e. whether it is a company, partnership firm etc.
2. Whether the hotel is in legal possession of the plot.
3. Completion certificate in respect of the hotel building.
4. Trade licence from the Local Authority i.e. MCD/NDMC as the case maybe
5. Lodging House licence from the Local Authority.
6. Certificate of registration of Eating House licence issued by the DCP (Licencing).
7. Documentary proof regarding applicant being an Income Tax Assessee and Sales Tax-Assessee.
8. The applicant is required to submit lay out plan of the hotel, site plan of the licence outlets and the liquor stores
9. proof of Department of Tourism. Govt of India indicating the project approval and also recommendation for  grant of L-15/L-15F and L-16/16F license
10. NOC from Delhi Fire Service
The applicant hotel is required to submit application to the Dy. Commissioner of Excise. After scrutiny of the papers submitted and the same having been found to be in accordance with the rules, the hotel premises is inspected by the concerned Excise Officer from the department who submits report to the licence granting authority. The inspection as above is to determine status of the premises under the Excise rules particularly w.r.t. rule 51 of the Delhi Excise Rules, 2010 which provides that :-
"No liquor shop for consumption 'on' the premises shall be located within a distance of 100 metres from the following, namely :-
(a) major educational institutions
(b) religious places;
(C)

Hospitals

Provided that the condition mentioned in clause (c) above shall not apply for retail vend of liquor for consumption "on" the premises:

Provided further that the condition of hundred meters shall apply for the licences granted after the commencement of these rules.

Provided also that if any major educational institution, religious place or hospital with fifty beds or above comes in to existence subsequent to the establishment of the retail vend of Indian Liquor, Foreign Liquor or Country Liquor, the aforesaid distance restrictions shall not apply.

Explanation I :  For the purpose of clause (a) above, major educational institutions would mean middle and higher secondary schools, colleges and other institutions of higher learning recognized by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi or the Government of India.
Explanation  II : For the purpose of clause (b) above, a religious place would imply a religious place having a pucca structure with a covered area of more than 400 square feet.
Explanation III : The measurement of distance shall be from the mid-point of the actual main entrance/door of the premises proposed for licence to mid-point of the actual main door/entrance of the building of the places mentioned in clauses (a), (b) and (c) above.
Once the hotel has been found to be suitable for grant of licence, the views of the public/residents are invited on the proposal giving them 7 days time in this regard to file objections before the licensing authority. This is done through pasting of notices and also through public announcement in the area. After no objection has been received, the competent authority proceeds with approval for grant of licence. After approval, the hotel is required to submit fees as prescribed under the rules. On deposit of the same, licence is issued to the hotel. L-16/L-16F Licence for exclusive bar/restaurant within the hotel is granted in conjunction with L-15/L-15F Licence only and requirements listed above also apply for grant of L-16/L-16F Licence.
 
L-15 License Fee
L-15F ( Service of foreign liquor in a hotel to the residents in their rooms)
S.No. No. of Rooms in Hotel/Guest House Fee (in Rs,) Fee for IFL Fee including IFL
1 Hotel having upto 25 rooms Rs.75,000/- Rs. 7,500/- Rs. 82,500/-
2 Hotel having 26 to 50 rooms Rs.1,00,000/- Rs. 10,000/- Rs. 1,10,000/-
3 Hotel having 51 to 100 rooms Rs.2,00,000/- Rs. 20,000/- Rs. 2,20,000/-
4 Hotel having 101 to 200 rooms Rs.3,00,000/- Rs. 30,000/- Rs. 3,30,000/-
5 Hotel having 201 to 300 rooms Rs.4,00,000/- Rs. 40,000/- Rs.4,40,000/-
6 Hotel having 301 to 400 rooms Rs.5,00,000/- Rs. 50,000/- Rs.5,50,000/-
7 Hotel having rooms 401 and above Rs. 6,00,000/- Rs. 60,000/- Rs.6,60,000/-
L-16 License Fee
(Service of foreign Liquor in a bar or restaurant attached to a hotel)
As per above stated Notification No the rate of L-16F License fee is as under
Fee Structure of L-16F License Fee
Sr.No. Category Licence fee upto 75 covers Licence fee for IFL Total Licence fee for above 75 covers IFL Total
1 Above 5 Star 9,00,000 90,000 9,90,000 12,00,000 1,20,000 13,20,000
2  5 Star 7,500,000 75,000 8,25,000 10,50,000 1,05,000 11,55,000
3 4 Star 6,25,000 62,500 6,87,500 8,50,000 85,000 9,35,000
4 3 Star 5,75,000 57,500 6,32,500 8,00,000 80,000 8,80,000
5 2 Star 5,25,000 52,500 5,77,500 7,25,000 72,500 7,97,500
6 1 Star 4,25,000 42,500 4,67,500 6,25,000 62,500 6,87,500
7 Budget Hotel 4,00,000 40,000 4,40,000 5,50,000 55,000 6,05,000


Application form for the grant of L-15/L-15F and L-16/16F licence (Click)

List of L-15/L-15F and L-16/16F  licensees (Click)

License Fee for 24*7 License :-

For :-  upto 5 star category Rs 30,00,000/-

           above 5 star (5 star Dx.) category Rs. 40,00,000/-


Grant of L-17/L-18 Licence in Independent Restaurant:
L-17 / L-18 Licence is granted to an independent restaurant approved by Department of Tourism, Govt. of India. Such restaurants can apply in the office of the Commissioner of Excise in prescribed form and submit documents as indicated in the application form. The restaurant should be situated in commercial area with adequate parking space. The restaurant has to meet the requirement of rule 51 of Delhi Excise Rules 2010 as quoted in case of L-15/L-16 Licences conditions. Rest of the procedure for the grant of Licence is the same as indicated in case of L-15/L-16 Licence..
               
1Application in the prescribed format.
2.List of partners/ directors (if the applicant is other than a proprietorship firm)
3. Partnership deed/ Memorandum of Association
4. Registered sale deed/ lease deed of the proposed premises
5. Health Trade Licence issued by the MCD/ NDMC/Local body
6. Eating House Licence issued by the DCP (Licensing)
7. Affidavit regarding Fire Safety Measures (if the seating capacity is below 50 seat covers)
8. NOC from Fire Department (if the seating capacity is more than 50 seat covers)
9. Approval of Department of Tourism, Govt. of NCT of Delhi/ Govt. of India
10 DVAT registration
11 PAN card
12 Seating plan
13 Affidavit regarding seating capacity under or as provided undee section 13(1) chapter III of Delhi   Excise Act, 2009
14 Declaration of Authorized Representative by the Proprietor/ Partner/ Directors
15 Resolution of Board of Directors
16 List of employees along with their names, address and age
17 Copy of the insurance of the premises against Fire and Natural hazards.
 
Application form for the grant of L-17/L-18 licence to an independent restaurant (Click)
List of L-17/L-18 licensees (Click)

Possession limit for liquor:
Liquor being an exciseable article can not be stored by a person like any general commodity. Individual possession limit has therefore been prescribed. Any individual person can possess at his residence alcoholic beverages within the prescribed limit for bonafide consumption by him and by members of his family or his guests. The present possession limit is given below: -

(i)Indian liquor and Foreign Liquor(Whisky, Rum, Gin,Vodka) 

except Wine, Liqueur, Beer, Cider and Alcopop

9 litres
(ii)Wine, Liqueur, Beer, Cider and Alcopop 18 litres
(iii)Indian liquor or Foreign Liquor 1 litre while entering into Delhi from other states

(iv) Foreign liquor

 

 

 

2 litres while entering into Delhi from other countries

 



For Permission of possessing Liquor in excess of Individual Possession Limit one has to apply for L-30 Licence.

Application for Grant/Renewal of L-30 Licence (Click here)

 

1. At Residence
  No Licence is required by an individual for serving liquor to his guests and family members at his residence provided the liquor served is within permissible possession limit
2. For Licensees allowed for onside Consumption Hotels/Clubs/Restaurants)  Permit (P-13)
  P-13 Permit is granted to licenced hotels, restaurants and clubs for service of foreign liquor inside/outside their licensed premises on temporary basis for hosting a function on a specific day.
  Any eligible hotel, restaurant and club can apply for grant of P-13 Permit in the prescribed proforma after depositing Rs 5000/- as permit fee. 
  The prescribed proforma required for grant of P-13 permit (Click here).
3. At any other premises - Licence (P-10)
  P-10 licence can be obtained on payment of Rs. 5,000/- for service of liquor in any party, function, marriage etc. at a specific premises anywhere in Delhi excluding public parks subject to the following conditions: -
  The area is screened off from public view;
  Liquor is served to adults above 25 years of age;
  Liquor is procured from authorized source in Delhi. (the license holder must be having the bill in original issued by retail liquor vend in Delhi from where the liquor has been procured).
  An individual/organization can apply for grant of P-10 licence in the prescribed Performa.  This licence can be obtained from the window at the Excise Department or from the specified liquor vends. 
  The prescribed proforma required for grant of P-10 licence (Click here).
 

Required Documents for applying of P-10 License for service of Liquor in Delhi including public parks / Registered Banquet Halls /Registered Farms House

 

1. Application for P-10 Licence filled up by the Applicant.

2. I.D. Proof & Age Proof ( Age Limit Minimum 25 Years).

3. A Copy of Invitation Card if available.


Grant of L-28 Licence:
L-28 licence is granted to a club registered with the Registrar of Firms/Registrar of Cooperative Societies, for service of foreign liquor to its members only subject to provisions of Delhi Excise Act, 2009  and the rules framed thereunder and instructions issued from time to time.
Any eligible club can apply for grant of L-28 licence in the prescribed proforma with the required documents
  1. Documentary proof showing ownership status of the club, whether a company/ partnership/ firm/Regd. Society Etc.
  2. Proof of Lawful possession of the premises
  3. Health & Trade License issued by NDMC/MCD/Airport Health Org.
  4. Certificate of Registration for Eating House License to DCP (Licensing)
  5. NOC / Affidavit regarding Fire Safety
  6. Copy of Site/Seating plan of the club and showing liquor service area and store
  7. List of Members of the club
  8. List of Office Bearer of the club
  9. Copy of Pan Card / Latest Income Tax Return
  10. Copy of DVAT Registration Certificate
  11. Copy of Insurance
  12. Copy of Memorandum & Articles of Association
  13. Resolution of the Society reg.
  14. Name of Excise Nominee
  15. Affidavit reg. Delhi Excise Act
  16. Affidavit reg. True & Correctness statement
Grant of L-29 License
L-29 license is granted for service of Liquor/Beer at a club/mess whose membership is exclusively for Government Servants and is not run on commercial lines. The documents/procedure required for granting L-29 License is similar to the grant of L-28 license.

L-28 License Fee

S.No. Number of Members

Fee (in Rs,)

L-28

Fee for FL(in Rs.) 10% of normal License fee (L-28) Total fee including IFL(L-28 & L-28F) 
1 Club with membership upto 800 75,000/- 7,500/- 82,500/-
2 Club with membership from 801 to 1500 1,00,000/- 10,000/- 1,10,000/-
3 Club with membership more than 1500 2,00,000/- 20,000/- 2,20,000/-






 
L-29 License Fee
The license fee for L-29/L-29 F license is fixed to Rs 7500/- p.a. plus Rs.750/- for FL (10% of License fee )irrespective of the number of members of the club.
Rest of the procedure with regard to the grant of Licence is the same as indicated in respect of L-15/L-16 Licence
Application form for the grant of L-28/29 (Click)
List of L-28 / 29 licensees (Click)

Grant/Renewal of L-12/L-12F Licence: (2011-2012)

Form for L-12/ L-12F (old L-53/L-53F)

 

Policy for L-12/L-12F (old L-53/L-53F)

 

Grant/Renewal of L-12/L-12F Licence: (2012-2013)

Terms and Conditions for grant of L-12/L-12F Licence for the Year 2012-13

Application Form for Grant of L-12/L-12F Licence

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