Form MJ18-3205 "Supplemental Form: Processor Alternating Proprietors Registration" - Oregon

What Is Form MJ18-3205?

This is a legal form that was released by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission - a government authority operating within Oregon. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on January 4, 2019;
  • The latest edition provided by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
  • Quick to customize;
  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

Download a fillable version of Form MJ18-3205 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission.

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Processor Alternating Proprietors Registration
Form Instructions
What is this form?
A cannabinoid edible or topical processor that applied for a license prior to January 1, 2019 may share a food
establishment with another edible, topical, or concentrate processor who was licensed and authorized to share
a food establishment under
OAR 845-025-3255
prior to January 1, 2019, subject to certain requirements.
These requirements include but are not limited to:
Licensees seeking to share a premises must disclose other licensee’s involvement
Licensees must agree to a schedule with specific hours and days when each licensee will use the
establishment
Schedules are subject to approval by the OLCC. Schedules may be rejected if they pose a compliance
risk or there are any unassigned times during which no licensee is authorized to use, or is responsible
for the premises.
Any concentrates made by a licensee at the premises may only be used by that specific licensee for
use in edibles or topicals.
Any concentrates made by a licensee at the premises may not be transferred to another licensee.
Each licensee must store marijuana items in a separate, secure location on the premises that is not
accessible to other licensees that use the premises.
Each processor licensee is strictly liable for any violation found at the shared location during that
processor’s designated time or within that processor’s designated area.
Violations of the alternating proprietorship rules are considered Category I violations and may result in
license cancellation.
What if I applied after January 1, 2019?
Processors who submitted an application on or after January 1, 2019 are not eligible to share a food
establishment as alternating proprietors.
Processor Alternating Proprietors Registration Instructions
Revised 20190104
Processor Alternating Proprietors Registration
Form Instructions
What is this form?
A cannabinoid edible or topical processor that applied for a license prior to January 1, 2019 may share a food
establishment with another edible, topical, or concentrate processor who was licensed and authorized to share
a food establishment under
OAR 845-025-3255
prior to January 1, 2019, subject to certain requirements.
These requirements include but are not limited to:
Licensees seeking to share a premises must disclose other licensee’s involvement
Licensees must agree to a schedule with specific hours and days when each licensee will use the
establishment
Schedules are subject to approval by the OLCC. Schedules may be rejected if they pose a compliance
risk or there are any unassigned times during which no licensee is authorized to use, or is responsible
for the premises.
Any concentrates made by a licensee at the premises may only be used by that specific licensee for
use in edibles or topicals.
Any concentrates made by a licensee at the premises may not be transferred to another licensee.
Each licensee must store marijuana items in a separate, secure location on the premises that is not
accessible to other licensees that use the premises.
Each processor licensee is strictly liable for any violation found at the shared location during that
processor’s designated time or within that processor’s designated area.
Violations of the alternating proprietorship rules are considered Category I violations and may result in
license cancellation.
What if I applied after January 1, 2019?
Processors who submitted an application on or after January 1, 2019 are not eligible to share a food
establishment as alternating proprietors.
Processor Alternating Proprietors Registration Instructions
Revised 20190104
OREGON LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION
Supplemental Form:
Processor Alternating Proprietors Registration
Section 1 – Processor Information
Application/License ID:
Applicant/Licensee Name:
Contact Name:
Contact Phone:
Contact Email:
Section 2 – Alternating Proprietorship Disclosures
List all other licensees who will be operating at the premises. All licensees operating at an alternating proprietorship must
disclose other licensees operating at the location. In addition, licensees will need to agree to a single access schedule
and include that schedule in the supporting documents for their online license application. If you already have an agreed-
upon schedule, attach a copy.
List your own licensee name (from Section 1) on line 1. If there are will be more than 8 licensees, upload additional
documentation to your online licensing application, listing all licensees.
Licensee Name
License ID or
(Full legal name of entity or first and last name if a sole proprietor)
Application ID
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Section 3 – Acknowledgement
I AM REQUESTING TO OPERATE AS AN ALTERNATING PROPRIETORSHIP. I have read and
understand OAR 845-025-3255, including the requirements summarized above. I understand that
failure to comply with OAR 845-025-3255 is a Category I violation.
Signature:
Date:
Name:
Title:
OLCC USE ONLY
Registration approved by:
Date:
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