B&B hosts to face daily fines after amnesty

| 13/10/2015 | 0 Comments

Cayman News Service(CNS Business): Unlicensed property owners subletting guest rooms, apartments or houses to tourists have been given until the end of the year to comply with the licensing and fee regime before government begins issuing daily $100 fines, official from the Hotel Licensing Board have said. An amnesty, which began on 1 October, will last until 31 December to allow owners time to register their properties and they will not be fined during this three month period. Once registered, the properties will be inspected by the authorities and licensed according to the standards.

 

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