Application for Amended Basic Permit under the Federal Alcohol Administration Act

OMB 1513-0019

OMB 1513-0019

The FAA Act, at 27 U.S.C. 203, requires that a person apply for and receive a permit, known as a “basic permit,” to engage in the business of importing distilled spirits, wine, or malt beverages into the United States; to engage in the business of distilling spirits or producing wine, rectifying or blending distilled spirits or wine, or bottling and/or warehousing distilled spirits; or to engage in the business of purchasing for resale at wholesale, distilled spirits, wine, or malt beverages. The FAA Act, at 27 U.S.C. 204, also imposes certain requirements for basic permits and authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury to prescribe the manner and form of all applications for basic permits. Under that authority, the TTB regulations in 27 CFR part 1 require basic permit holders to apply for an amended permit using form TTB F 5100.18 when changes occur in the name, trade name, or address of the permitted business. The regulations also require that a permittee immediately notify TTB of any change in ownership, management, or control of the permitted business, which may be done using TTB F 5100.18. (Such applications and notifications also may be submitted via TTB's electronic Permits Online (PONL) system.) The collected information assists TTB in determining whether an applicant for an amended basic permit meets the criteria for eligibility for such a permit under the FAA Act.

The latest form for Application for Amended Basic Permit under the Federal Alcohol Administration Act expires 2021-02-28 and can be found here.


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