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What is the purpose of a DRAM law?

What is the purpose of a DRAM law?

A dram shop rule (dram shop law or dram shop act) is a civil liability statute that renders a dram shop liable for the harmful acts of its intoxicated customers when the establishment acts negligently in serving the intoxicated customer alcohol, and the customer then causes harm (usually to a third-party victim) as a

HTML: <div class="wDYxhc" data-md="61" style="clear:none"><div class="LGOjhe" data-attrid="wa:/description" aria-level="3" role="heading" data-hveid="CAMQAA"><span class="ILfuVd"><span class="hgKElc">What is the minimum age to sell/serve alcoholic liquor and can minors enter a bar? A: Both answers are subject to local jurisdictional ordinances, but, at a minimum, the seller/server must be <b>at least 18 years of age</b>.</span></span></div></div></div>

HTML: <div class="wDYxhc" data-md="61" style="clear:none"><div class="LGOjhe" data-attrid="wa:/description" aria-level="3" role="heading" data-hveid="CAMQAA"><span class="ILfuVd"><span class="hgKElc">Q: What is the minimum age to sell/serve alcoholic liquor and can minors enter a bar? Both answers are subject to local jurisdictional ordinances, but, at a minimum, the seller/server must be <b>at least 18 years of age</b>.</span></span></div></div></div>