Caterer's License Law and Legal Definition
Caterer's license is a temporary liquor license issued for a day or for a special event or function. It is issued only to those who already have valid liquor license. It may only sell according to that license. The applicant must apply with the municipality first and then with the state liquor control. The state will make a copy of the application and send it to the County. The application requires the applicant to print his/her name, address, social security number, and birth date. The application is signed and completed by the managing officer, owner, or partners and must be notarized.