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Appeal a decision made by the ABCC

You can file an appeal with a superior court in response to an ABCC decision.
30 days after notice of violation

Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission

The Details of Appeal a decision made by the ABCC

What you need for Appeal a decision made by the ABCC

If the ABCC has found that you have violated your license, you may appeal it. In order to do so, you must appeal the the violation to a Superior Court within 30 days notice of your violation. If the ABCC imposed a penalty for the violation, the penalty will not be stayed because of your appeal. The ABCC may agree to such stays on a case-by-case-basis.

If you agreed to pay a fine in lieu of a license suspension, you cannot appeal to a superior court, as that right was waived per the agreement for the fine.

How to appeal Appeal a decision made by the ABCC

Appeals from decisions by the ABCC are made to the appropriate Superior Court, in accordance with the Administrative Procedures Act, M.G.L. c. 30A. 

Find your local Superior Court here: Superior Court Locations

Contact for Appeal a decision made by the ABCC

Address
95 Fourth Street, Suite 3 , Chelsea, MA 02150-2358
Online
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