4-212-043 Change of location – Recordkeeping – Required when.
   (a)   Content of records. If the holder of a pop-up retail user license, during the duration of such license, changes the location of the premises where such licensed user is operating in accordance with of Section 4-212-040(c), such licensee shall keep and maintain a written record containing the following information about each such premises: (l) the address of the premises; (2) the name of the owner or lessee of the premises; (3) the date(s) and time(s) of operation of the pop-up retail user business at such premises; (4) a copy of all agreements, which shall be in writing, entered into by the licensee with the owner or lessee of the premises where the pop-up retail user business is operating, including the effective date and, if any, the termination date of each such agreement; (5) if the licensee discontinues, ends, terminates or otherwise withdraws from any such agreement , a record of the date on which such act occurred; and (6) any other information the Commissioner may reasonably require in duly promulgated rules.
   (b)   Maintenance and inspection of records. The records required under subsection (a) of this section shall be maintained by the licensee for a period of at least two years after the date of entry of such records. Except in cases where a licensee under this section consents to disclosure of such records or an exception to a warrant applies, including exigent circumstances, such records shall be subject to disclosure to an authorized city official, upon request by such official, pursuant only to a proper search warrant, administrative subpoena, judicial subpoena or other lawful procedure to compel the production of records that affords the licensee an opportunity for precompliance review by a neutral decisionmaker.
(Added Coun. J. 9-20-18, p. 84293, § 17)