January 21, 2021

Updates to the Liquor Law come into Effect

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• Amendments to the Liquor Licensing Law came into effect on Monday 10 September. • The changes aim to rectify urgent issues. • The Ministry plans to conduct a comprehensive review of the Law in the future. GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – Amendments to the Liquor Licensing Law will help to rectify some concerns related to […]

Cayman Islands trade officers receive training on enforcement procedures

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Trade officers with the Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) are getting further instruction on what it takes to enforce local laws, with training from the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS). Created under the Trade and Business Licensing Law (TBL), DCI’s trade officers have the same powers as police constables. The first in a […]

Cayman Islands Liquor Licensing Board’s Annual session will be 17 September

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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. Persons interested in the annual session’s proceedings are encouraged to read the full agenda on www.dci.gov.ky, http://www.dci.gov.ky, or on www.gazettes.gov.ky, http://www.gazettes.gov.ky; or they can come in to […]

The Editor Speaks: Tortuga Rum owner says Cayman Liquor Board chairman should have resigned

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I normally don’t comment on other persons’ viewpoints even when sent to our media but there have been exceptions and this is one of them. Robert Hamaty, owner and Managing Director of Tortuga Rum Company Ltd has penned a letter under the heading “Past time for Liquor Board change”. I agree with him on all […]