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Public Auction of Seized Property

Under the authority granted in N.J.S.A., 54:49-13a, the property to be sold was seized for unpaid State taxes due from:

Rachel Foods, Inc.
T/A Brenton's Bar & Grill
1375 Route 206
Tabernacle, NJ 08088

Property for Sale:

Plenary Retail Consumption Liquor License # 0335-33-003-006

Location of Sale:

County of Burlington
Township of Tabernacle, Town Hall
163 Carranza Road.
Tabernacle, NJ 08088

Date and Time of Sale: Thursday, March 25, 2010, 11:00AM


  • Successful bidders must make a minimum deposit of 25% of respective bid IMMEDIATELY following their successful bid. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of the bid.

  • Payment must be in guaranteed funds such as cash, certified check, bank check or money order. No third party instruments will be accepted.

  • Balance, also in guaranteed funds, due by 12 noon on Friday, March 26, 2010 at the Division of Taxation, 3600 Quakerbridge Plaza Drive, Bldg. 5-3rd Floor, Hamilton, NJ 08695 or deposit monies will be forfeited.

  • Checks must be made payable to: New Jersey Division of Taxation
Other Conditions:
  • This sale may be postponed or cancelled at the discretion of the NJ Division of Taxation.

  • The NJ Division of Taxation reserves the right to receive or reject all bids or bidders.

  • NJ Division of Taxation employees or member of the employees’ immediate family may not participate in sale.

  • This liquor license is sold subject to any restriction imposed by the NJ Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control on this license as those set forth in N.J.A.C. 13:2-24 as well as any violations imposed by the municipality.

  • The successful bidder for the liquor license must submit a complete "good faith" transfer application to the municipality and pay the fee for the transfer of the license by Thursday, April 8, 2010. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of all monies paid to the NJ Division of Taxation for the license.

  • The successful bidder must remit to the municipality a current year fee by June 30, 2010. Unless the municipality approves the transfer of the liquor license prior to July 1, 2010 failure to timely submit a renewal application will result in forfeiture of all monies paid to the NJ Division of Taxation for the license. The NJ Division of Taxation will assist with the renewal process at the request of the municipality. Any monies paid by the NJ Division of Taxation for the renewal of the liquor license will be reimbursed directly to the NJ Division of Taxation by the successful bidder.

  • If the successful bidder makes proper application for the transfer and renewal of the license, passes the background check conducted by the municipality, follows all guidelines set by the municipality and the municipality denies the application, then the monies paid to the NJ Division of Taxation will be refunded. The NJ Division of Taxation then has the right to go to the next highest bidder or re-auction the license.

Information About the Property May Be Obtained From:
Michael Nolan, Regional Supervisor - (609)588-3934

Last Updated: Wednesday, 08/20/14

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