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A trustee permit authorizes a trustee, curator, committee, conservator, receiver or other fiduciary appointed or qualified in any court proceeding to continue to operate under the licenses previously issued to any deceased or other person licensed to sell alcoholic beverages for such period as the Board deems appropriate.

Fee(s)

$50

References

COV 4.1-212.A.9,B—Permits required in certain instances

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The information on this page does not in any way replace or supersede what is listed in Title 4.1 of the Code of Virginia or Title 3 of the Administrative Code of Virginia. It is the responsibility of every individual or business applying for a license or permit to review, in detail, the applicable sections of the code.
 
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