Most Read Contributor in Cayman Islands, September 2016
The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) reminds all
tobacco dealers that according to the Tobacco Law, their annual
applications for registration renewals must be submitted by 5pm on
Tuesday, 1 November 2016.
Applications submitted between 2 November and 31 December will
attract a late charge fee that is 50% higher than the regular
renewal rate. Applications submitted between 1 January and 31
January will incur a late fee of 100% of the regular renewal
Any dealer who does not apply for a renewal before 31 January
must cease operations for one year. Following that year, in order
to resume tobacco sales, he or she must submit an application for a
completely new grant, rather than a renewal.
Annual registration renewal fees are CI$500 for a retailer;
CI$750 for a cigar bar; and CI$5,000 for a wholesale
Renewal application forms are available on www.dci.gov.ky,
and at the Business Licensing Counter located on the first floor of
the Government Administration Building.
All applications must be submitted along with either a current
trade and business licence certificate or a valid liquor licence
certificate; and written notification of changes made since the
last registration, such as the dealer's contact details,
business location, ownership, and trade of products
For persons in the Sister Islands, applications must be
submitted to DCI Senior Licensing Officer Lolita Bodden-Arch, in
the Bodden and Bodden building on Cayman Brac.
For persons who want to become first-time tobacco dealers,
documentation for new tobacco licence grants can be submitted at
any point during a given calendar year.
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