MICHIGAN LIQUOR CONTROL CODE OF 1998 (EXCERPT)
Act 58 of 1998
436.1545 "Nonpublic continuing care retirement center" defined; license.
(1) As used in this act, "nonpublic continuing care retirement center" means a residential community that, as determined by the commission, meets both of the following conditions:
(a) Provides full-time residential housing predominantly for individuals over the age of 62.
(b) Is registered as a facility under the living care disclosure act, 1976 PA 440, MCL 554.801 to 554.844.
(2) The commission, upon submission of a completed application, shall grant a nonpublic continuing care retirement center license to an applicant complying with this section. The total number of licenses issued under this section shall not exceed 20. If the holder of a license issued under this section goes out of business, the license shall be surrendered to the commission. The commission may allow the transfer of such a license to a new business owner upon transfer of the owner's interest in the business.
(3) The nonpublic continuing care retirement center license allows the licensee to sell at retail and serve on the licensed premises beer, wine, mixed spirit drink, mixed wine drink, and spirits, for consumption by a resident or the bona fide guests accompanying the resident, only on the licensed premises.
History: Add. 2010, Act 213, Imd. Eff. Nov. 17, 2010
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