Owners and operators of foreign commercial vessels are notified that in accordance with section 4 (3) of the Commercial Recreational Vessels Licensing Act, 1992 (No. 8 of 1992): “A licence granted under section 3 may contain such conditions as the Minister may think it fit to impose with respect to the vessel and the cruise which it may undertake, and such conditions may be imposed so as to apply to the vessel wherever it may be or while in such waters or on such cruise as may be specified.”
Persons and businesses who have made an application to the Magistrate’s Court to renew liquor licences during the June 1, 2023 sitting are hereby notified that they can now make the respective payments at the Inland Revenue Department.
The Public is reminded that the collection of the required one-time fee payment is currently on hold until further notice for persons who were granted approval on Crown Land in the Bond subdivision development on Virgin Gorda.
Businesses and persons who made applications to the Magistrate’s Court to renew liquor licences during the December 1, 2022 sitting are notified that payments can now be made at the Inland Revenue Department.
Persons and entities who have obtained a Temporary Liquor Licence from the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force to sell liquor at specific events are asked to call 468-9831 on Monday, 25 July to make arrangements to have these licences signed off by the Magistracy.
Topic: Licences and Fees, Trade and Business (including licenses) | Posted By: DSmith
Sunday, 26 June 2022 - 6:36pm
As the Virgin Islands economy has grown over the years, and as we seek to enable new business, attract new investment to the Virgin Islands and diversification of the economy, a comprehensive review of the legislative framework governing these areas – directly and indirectly – was necessary.