This business penalty is a rule for private use. Every business owner must pay a penalty as a result of unauthorized and untruthful business practices. All businesses that are “private” are subject to this penalty.
It’s really hard to make money selling alcohol. So it’s not like people who want to sell alcohol want to pay for these rules. But for those who do, it’s a fairly simple matter to figure out what the penalties should be.
The penalties range from a 30 day black listing, if that, to a fine of $1000 for each violation. The penalties are meant to be harsh enough to discourage bad business practices, but not so severe that they scare away potential buyers.
I don’t know how they calculate these penalties, but the math seems to work out to something pretty reasonable. The last time I checked, its a violation to sell alcohol. But in a way the fine is probably even bigger than the alcohol itself. Alcohol and drugs get taxed on every transaction, so if your customer can avoid paying tax on the sale of liquor, you have to pay a penalty fee. But the penalties don’t have to be that huge.
The big problem is that private use doesn’t really make any sense. If I am selling you a ticket to a concert for $50, then you can’t sell me a ticket to the concert for $50. But if I sell you a ticket to the concert for $50, then I can sell you a ticket for $100, which means I only have to pay my fine once, but I get to keep the $50 in profit.
It’s a good idea. Imagine what would happen if you could simply take the money from someone on their deathbed to take their life insurance. If you could just steal their life, your insurance would be worth more. In a similar way, the private use of a private property like a vacation home is a good idea. If someone can use their vacation home for a private use, then you can simply take their money and put it in your own account.
I think it’s a great idea. I would even pay for it myself. But if I could do that I would probably pay a much larger price for my vacation home than I normally would. Because I have a huge, huge, need for a vacation home. I’m not so keen on the idea of being on deathloop every day. That doesn’t work for me.
I think that your vacation home, or your home, is a private property. You own it. The money you spend on it is yours to keep. If someone else wants to use it, you can simply take their contribution. However, the way I see it, the amount of money you spend on your vacation home is a very subjective thing to be able to decide.
I think the word “owner” is overused. But in this case, it’s true. You own your home, and you have the right to decide whether someone else can use it. The reality is that the law is pretty clear about that. In general, it’s better to have a big house than a small one because the former can have a lot of other stuff while the latter can have none.