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Ley No. 118 - Para enmendar la “Ley de Bebidas de Puerto Rico”, a los fines de imponer penalidades más severas por el expendio de bebidas a menores de dieciocho años y disponer sobre la radicación de informes a la Asamblea Legislativa (Act No. 118 - ‘Puerto Rican Liquor Act’, as amended, in order to Impose Stricter Penalties regarding the Sale of Alcohol to Minors under the age of Eighteen and to stipulate the filling of informs to the Legislative Assembly)

Puerto Rico Legislative Assembly Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation Puerto Rico 28 October 1994 Legislation/regulation alcohol, child and adolescent, community

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La ley número 118 fue aprobada el 28 de octubre de 1994. Tiene como objetivo enmendar el Artículo de la Ley Núm 143 de 30 de junio de 1969, según enmendada, conocida como “Ley de Bebidas de Puerto Rico”, a los fines de imponer penalidades más severas por el expendio de bebidas a menores de dieciocho años y disponer sobre la radicación de informes a la Asamblea Legislativa.

The act No. 118 was passed on October 28, 1994. Its aim is amending the act number 143 of June 30, 1969, known as ‘Puerto Rican Liquor Act’, in order to impose stricter penalties regarding the sale of alcohol to minors under the age of eighteen and to stipulate the filling of informs to the Legislative Assembly.


The Act No. 118 was passed on October 28, 1994. Its aim is amending Act No. 143 of June 30, 1969, known as ‘Puerto Rican Liquor Act’, in order to impose stricter penalties regarding the sale of alcohol to minors under the age of eighteen and to stipulate the filing of reports to the Legislative Assembly.

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