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Liquor Licence Renewals: Ensuring Your Licence Is Valid For 2020

Liquor Licence Renewal Fees The Hospitality Management Company THMC

Liquor Licence Renewals: Ensuring Your Licence Is Valid For 2020

Annual Renewals of Liquor Licences

Liquor licence holders must ensure they renew their liquor licence on or before the 31st of December 2019 in order for it to be valid for the year 2020. If an annual renewal notice is not received, the onus is still on the liquor licence holder to pay the prescribed renewal fees on or before the 31st of December, annually. Failure to renew your licence by the 31st of December 2019 will lead to the lapsing of your liquor licence and penalty charges will be levied for late payment of your renewal fees as set out in the Western Cape Liquor Act.

The renewal fees are as follows:
Liquor Licence Annual Renewal Fees THMC The Hospitality Management Company

Liquor licence holders can now renew their liquor licences annually or biennially

The amended Regulation 30 of the Western Cape Liquor Regulations of 2017 determines that a licensee who intends to subscribe to a biennial renewal cycle must lodge with the Authority a notice in the form of Form 21B by no later than the 30th of November of the year in which the Authority has issued the annual renewal notice. Consequently, a licence holder has to complete the relevant form and submit it by no later than the 30th of November 2019.

Liquor licence holders who wish to opt for the biennial renewal of their licence must ensure that they renew their liquor licence before the 31st of December 2019 in order for it to be valid for the year 2020 and 2021. Licence holders who renewed during 2017 for their licence to be valid for 2018 and 2019 should renew again before or on the 31st of December 2019 in order for their licence to be valid for 2020 and 2021.

If a renewal notice is not received, the onus is still on the liquor licence holder to pay the prescribed renewal fees on or before the 31st of December, biennially. Failure to renew your licence by the 31st of December of each two-year cycle will lead to the lapsing of your liquor licence and penalty charges will be levied for late payment of your renewal fees as set out in the Western Cape Liquor Act.

The renewal fees are as follows:
Liquor Licence Renewal Fees Biannually THMC

Liquor Licence Holders should have the following at the licensed premises:

– Liquor licence OR Transfer certificate OR Removal certificate.
– Display the name of premises, trading hours, type of licence and
licence number.
– Proof of payment of renewal.

Click the following link to contact us for assistance with obtaining a licence for your premises -> http://www.thmc.co.za/contact/

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