(A)   A licensee who is a holder of a Class “A”, “B”, “C”, or “V” license may file, under oath, an application for renewal of such an annual license in the office of the County Clerk between May 15 and May 31, accompanied by the proper license fee.
   (B)   An application for renewal of license shall contain the following:
      (1)   A statement of when the initial application for license was filed;
      (2)   A statement that the applicant for renewal has re-read the initial application and is familiar with the contents thereof; and
      (3)   A statement whether any of the information contained in the initial application has changed, and if so, the nature and extent of the changes.
   (C)   A license shall not be renewed unless the licensee is then qualified to receive a license and unless the premises for which the renewal is sought are suitable for the purpose of selling alcoholic liquor at retail.
   (D)   A licensee who fails to file an application for renewal of license as herein provided shall be deemed to have forfeited and abandoned his or her license, and no renewal thereof shall be permitted. Any such license so forfeited and abandoned shall not be re-issued, and any person thereafter seeking to procure a license for the premises shall be considered as a new applicant.
   (E)   Nothing contained in this chapter shall be construed as creating a vested right in a license which would prevent the County Board from reducing the number of the various classes of licenses to be issued within the county.
(Prior Code, 3 TCC 1-7)