2013 New York Consolidated Laws
ABC - Alcoholic Beverage Control
57-A - Change in duration of licenses.

NY Alcoh Bev Ctrl L § 57-A (2012) What's This?
    § 57-a. Change  in  duration  of  licenses.  The  liquor  authority is
  authorized to change the periods during which the licenses authorized by
  sections fifty-three-a, fifty-four, fifty-five and fifty-five-a shall be
  effective  and  to  establish  the  commencement  dates,  duration   and
  expiration  dates  thereof,  provided  that  no  such  license  shall be
  effective for a period in excess of three  years.  When  any  change  or
  changes  are  made  in the duration of any such license, the license fee
  shall be equal to the annual  license  fee  specified  in  this  article
  multiplied by the number of years for which such license is issued.  The
  liquor  authority  may  make such rules as shall be appropriate to carry
  out the purpose of this section.

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