Since 1973, Johannesburg-based Attorney Leon Slotow and his team of consummate professional legal staff have provided the foundation to the South Africa Liquor Licence industry acting as pioneers to their clients, consultants to the National and Regional Liquor Boards and experts to the industry at large.
To this day, Leon Slotow and his staff remain the authority on all things relating to acquiring, buying and renewing a liquor licence in South Africa.
Owning a liquor licence in South Africa is a time-intensive and potentially expensive activity (and that’s when done by Leon and his team, unquestionably the best liquor licence consultants offering their services in South Africa today).
In the hands of an inexperienced liquor licence consultant without the years of expertise or office infrastructure, this price (in Rand and, more valuably, in time) will skyrocket to unaffordable heights. We’ve seen it happen, time and time again.
Partnering with the right South African Liquor Licence consultant is only the start. The reputation you and your business have in your industry matters too.
There is a very specific and logical process involved in the application for a liquor licence and the subsequent holding and legally maintaining your responsibility of a liquor licence.
Our services will cover you from the day we apply on your behalf for the granting of a liquor licence in South Africa to the annual renewal of your liquor licence to potential alterations to your licenced premises to the transfer of ownership of your liquor licence and more.
New businesses need to apply for a new Liquor Licence
Each Liquor Licence needs to be renewed each year
Upon sale of a business, the Liquor Licence must be transferred to the new owner
A manager of the business needs to be responsible for the sale of liquor on the premises
It is possible to apply for an occasional or temporary liquor licence for a once off event or gathering
Under certain circumstances, online sales of liquor is possible in South Africa