35-4-117 Price of full-service restaurant on-sale license set at or above current fair market value...
Price of full-service restaurant on-sale license set at or above current fair market
Any municipality or county adopting the ordinance pursuant to § 35-4-111 shall set the price
of a new full-service restaurant on-sale license, pursuant to § 35-4-116, at or above the current fair
market value. However, such full-service restaurant on-sale license fee may not be less than the
minimum on-sale license fee provided for in subdivision 35-4-2(4) or (6). For purposes of this
section, the term, current fair market value, means the documented price of the on-sale license most
recently sold between January 1, 2003, and January 1, 2008, through an arm's-length transaction, less
the value of any real or personal property included in the transaction. Each on-sale license holder as
of January 1, 2008, who acquired the on-sale license within the last five years shall report to the
municipality or county the date and price paid for its on-sale license. If there are no documented sales
of on-sale licenses between January 1, 2003, and January 1, 2008, the municipality or county may
request from any on-sale license holder within the municipality or county, the date and price
originally paid for its on-sale license to determine the current fair market value.
Source: SL 2008, ch 189, § 9; SL 2009, ch 177, § 6.