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Liquor licence holders will get an extension beyond regular closing times on New Year's Eve.
Cayman Islands Government
Campbell Law has stepped down as the chairman of the Liquor Licensing Board, effective as of Monday, 10 October.
Cayman Islands Government
The Department of Commerce and Investment 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.
Cayman Islands Government
Liquor licence holders – including those with music and dancing licences – in the Sister Islands must submit their licensing renewal applications by Friday, 2 September.
Cayman Islands Government
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.
Cayman Islands Government
With fewer than three weeks to go before the deadline, all liquor licence holders are again reminded of the Friday, 19 August, deadline for submitting applications to the Liquor Licensing Board.
Cayman Islands Government
Liquor licence holders – including those with music and dancing licenses – are reminded of the Friday, 19 August deadline to apply for licence renewals.
Cayman Islands Government
In accordance with a decision by the Liquor Licensing Board, liquor licence holders who operate bars and nightclubs can choose to extend their hours of business on Grand Cayman...
Cayman Islands Government
In order to avoid processing delays, liquor licence holders - including those with music and dancing licenses – are encouraged to apply for licence renewals early, in advance of the renewal deadline on Friday, 19 August 2016.
Cayman Islands Government
Board Chairman Campbell Law said the reminder will help licence holders to receive timely decisions, which will help them with their event planning.
Cayman Islands Government
DCI Director Ryan Rajkumarsingh said tobacco dealers who do not adhere to the law could face penalties.
Cayman Islands Government
Amendments to the Liquor Licensing Law will come into effect on 1 January 2016.
Cayman Islands Government
Liquor Licensing Board Chairman Mitchell Welds has confirmed that liquor license holders will get a one-hour extension beyond regular closing times on New Year's Eve and on New Year's Day.
Cayman Islands Government
The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) reminds all tobacco dealers that according to the Tobacco Law, their applications for registration renewals must be submitted by 1 November 2015.
Cayman Islands Government
The annual session of the Liquor Licensing Board will be held at 9am Thursday, 17 September in the Government Administration Building's large conference room, on the first floor.
Cayman Islands Government
Friday, 14 August 2015, is the renewal deadline for all liquor license holders, including those with music and dancing licenses.
Cayman Islands Government
Liquor-licence holders, in all seven categories, will get a one-hour extension beyond regular closing times on New Year’s Eve, according to the chairman of the Liquor Licensing Board.
Cayman Islands Government
The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) reminds all tobacco dealers that according to the Tobacco Law, their applications for registration renewals must be submitted by 1 November 2014.
Cayman Islands Government
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.
Cayman Islands Government
Monday, 18 August 2014, is the renewal deadline for all liquor licence holders, including those with music and dancing licenses.
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Cayman Islands Government
In accordance with a decision by the Liquor Licensing Board, liquor licence holders who operate bars and nightclubs can choose to extend their hours of business on Grand Cayman...
Cayman Islands Government
The Department of Commerce and Investment 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.
Cayman Islands Government
Liquor licence holders will get an extension beyond regular closing times on New Year's Eve.
Cayman Islands Government
Liquor licence holders – including those with music and dancing licenses – are reminded of the Friday, 19 August deadline to apply for licence renewals.
Cayman Islands Government
Liquor licence holders – including those with music and dancing licences – in the Sister Islands must submit their licensing renewal applications by Friday, 2 September.
Cayman Islands Government
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.
Cayman Islands Government
In order to avoid processing delays, liquor licence holders - including those with music and dancing licenses – are encouraged to apply for licence renewals early, in advance of the renewal deadline on Friday, 19 August 2016.
Cayman Islands Government
Amendments to the Liquor Licensing Law will come into effect on 1 January 2016.
Cayman Islands Government
Campbell Law has stepped down as the chairman of the Liquor Licensing Board, effective as of Monday, 10 October.
Cayman Islands Government
DCI Director Ryan Rajkumarsingh said tobacco dealers who do not adhere to the law could face penalties.
Cayman Islands Government
Board Chairman Campbell Law said the reminder will help licence holders to receive timely decisions, which will help them with their event planning.
Cayman Islands Government
With fewer than three weeks to go before the deadline, all liquor licence holders are again reminded of the Friday, 19 August, deadline for submitting applications to the Liquor Licensing Board.
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