Most Read Contributor in Cayman Islands, September 2016
The annual session of the Liquor Licensing Board will be held at
10am Thursday, 25 September in the Government Administration
Building's large conference room, on the first floor.
Persons interested in the annual session's proceedings are
encouraged to read the full agenda on www.dci.gov.ky or on www.gazettes.gov.ky; or they can come in to the
DCI's offices on the ground floor of the Government
Administration Building for a copy.
During the annual session, which will be held in accordance with
section 6 (1) of the Liquor Licensing Law (2000 Revision), the
board chairman will give his comments, followed by the confirmation
of minutes from the board's last quarterly
Afterward, new applications and deferred new applications will
be heard, followed by variations; ratification of the
chairman's decision; renewals of existing liquor licences; and
renewal of existing music and dancing licences.
All renewals are subject to compliance with the relevant laws,
and licenses for the 2014-2015 licensing period will not be issued
until premises have fully complied in every respect. Premises not
compliant by 30 September will be required to cease the sale of
alcoholic beverages until they are in full compliance.
Persons wishing to object to the renewal of an existing license
have until 48 hours prior to the annual session to do so in writing
and are welcome to attend the meeting to voice their concerns. The
deadline for written objections against new applications is seven
days prior to the annual session. Objectors are required by law to
attend in person, or by representation, in order to have their
In accordance with the Liquor Licensing Law 1985 (2000
Revision), whomever disposes, exposes for sale or offers for sale
any intoxicating liquor is guilty of an offence unless he/she holds
an appropriate license.
For more information, contact the Liquor Licensing Board's
Executive Secretary Marva Scott on 244-3168, or submit written
correspondence to the Chairman, Liquor Licensing Board, Ministry of
Financial Services, Commerce and Environment, Government
Administration Building, Grand Cayman,
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