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KARDOUSH, LLC, d/b/a CAESARāS WINE AND LIQUOR, ET AL. v. CITYOF MEMPHIS ALCOHOL COMMISSION

Court: TCA

Attorneys:

J. Michael Fletcher, Memphis, Tennessee, for the Appellant, City of Memphis AlcoholCommission.

David Wade and J. Lewis Wardlaw, Memphis, Tennessee, for the appellees, Kardoush, LLCd/b/a Caesarās Wine and Liquor, Charles N. Kardoush and Michael I. Kardoush.

Judge: FARMER

The Memphis Alcohol Commission denied Plaintiffs/Appelleesā Kardoushās application for acertificate of compliance over 80 days after the application was filed, and Kardoush appealed to the chancery court. The trial court determined that, under Tennessee Code Annotated 57-3-208(e), the Memphis Alcohol Commission would have been deemed to have granted the application where the Commission had failed to either grant or deny the application within 60days of submission. Thus, under Tennessee Code Annotated ¤ 57-3-208(f), Kardoush was not required to submit a certificate of compliance with its application to the Tennessee Alcohol andBeverage Commission. We affirm.

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