Most Read Contributor in Cayman Islands, September 2016
Based on the number of applications received to date, it appears
that most liquor licence holders haven't yet submitted their
paperwork to renew their licences – and the deadline for
applications is looming.
'Normally by this time, most licencees would have
applied', said Mr Ryan Rajkumarsingh, Director of the
Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI). 'This year's
deadline is Friday, 19 August; if a person misses this deadline, he
or she will have to apply for a new liquor licence, which requires
'Of course, if persons submit ahead of time, it would help
the Liquor Licensing Board to avoid backlogs and last-minute
Mr Rajkumarsingh noted that this year, to improve efficiency and
reduce costs, DCI emailed application forms to current licence
holders instead of sending them by post. In addition, forms are
available on the department's website, www.dci.gov.ky;
and at the Business Licensing Counter, located on the first floor
of the Government Administration Building in Grand Cayman.
He also reminded licencees that as part of the renewals
application, their premises must be inspected by the relevant
'The board's annual session is on Friday, 30 September,
and they will only hear applications that are complete, with either
inspection certificates or proof of inspection requests', Mr
Licencees who need further assistance with their renewals
applications may call the Liquor Licensing Board's Acting
Secretary Gavin Dixon on 244-3167 or DCI's Shelise Jeffery on
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