Kansas Administrative Regulations
KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE -- DIVISION OF A.B.C.
Intoxicating Liquors and Beverages
Suspension and revocation; grounds for; procedure.
14-22-20 Suspension and revocation; grounds for; procedure. The license of any caterer may be revoked, canceled or suspended by the director for any one or more of the following reasons, subject to the procedures and other provisions of K.A.R. 14-16-14 et seq.:
(a) The caterer has omitted or misstated a material fact in the caterer's application;
(b) the caterer has operated in a manner materially different from that represented in the application;
(c) the caterer has engaged in a prohibited act or transaction;
(d) the caterer has violated any provision of the liquor control act, the club and drinking establishment act, or any regulations adopted pursuant thereto;
(e) there has been a violation of the laws of Kansas pertaining to the sale of alcoholic liquor or cereal malt beverage or a violation of the laws of the United States pertaining to the sale of intoxicating liquor or a violation involving a morals charge upon the caterer's principal place of business or at an event;
(f) the caterer, its managing officers or any employee has purchased and displayed, on the event premises or at the principal place of business a federal wagering occupational stamp or a federal coin operated gambling device stamp issued by the United States treasury department;
(g) the caterer has refused to allow the director or any agent or employee of the director or secretary to inspect the permitted premises, any alcoholic liquor upon the permitted premises or any records required to be kept by these regulations; or
(h) the caterer has allowed a person who is under the age of 21 years to possess alcoholic liquor while on the permitted premises. (Authorized by K.S.A. 41-2634 as amended by L. 1987, Ch. 182, Sec. 85; implementing K.S.A. 41-2611 as amended by L. 1987, Ch. 182, Sec. 66, effective, T-88-22, July 1, 1987; effective May 1, 1988.)
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