Brewpubs' Eligibility to Apply for Listings to Sell Product Off-site

Brewpubs' Eligibility to Apply for Listings to Sell Product Off-site

Regulatory Impact Statement

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A recent decision by the British Columbia Supreme Court found that there is no legislative basis to preclude brewpubs from applying for a listing that would allow them to sell their products off-site. This impact statement addresses the impacts arising from the decision to allow off-site sale of brewpub products. Issues discussed include: whether the problem is correctly defined and government action justified; whether regulation is the best form of government action; the best regulatory approach; the legal basis for provincial regulatory policy; the appropriate level of government for the action; whether benefits of regulatory policy justify the costs, taking into account consumer, fiscal, and business impacts; the impact on provincial competitiveness; clarity, consistency, comprehension, and access of the policy; and whether all parties have an opportunity to present their views.
Publisher: Victoria : Ministry of Small Business, Tourism & Culture, 2000
Description: 25 p
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 100-04970

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