Tuesday 2 December 2014

Important - Liquor Licence Renewals in Western Cape

Licence holders who don’t bank with Nedbank

Liquor licence holders in the Western Cape who don’t bank with Nedbank should ensure that they pay their annual renewal fee in one of the following ways :

  • EFT on 28 December 2014 or earlier.   It can take up to 2 days to reflect in the WC Liquor Association’s bank account
  • Cash deposit  at any Nedbank Branch before close of business on 31 December 2014;
  •  “Immediate payment transfer function” of their banks could be used to ensure that the payment will reflect on 31 December 2014;
  • Tip :  EFT payments should preferably be made before 15h00.

All Licence Holders - Take note :
  • Only payments reflecting on or before 31 December 2014 on the WCLA bank statements will be considered to be in time;
  • Payment reflecting after 31 December 2014 will be considered to be late, irrespective of the time indicated on the proof of payment;
  • Late payment will attract a penalty in terms of the Western Cape Liquor Act;
  • Payment of the renewal fee on time remains the licensee’s responsibility, even if no official renewal notice is received.

 The banking details of the Western Cape Liquor Authority can be found here

((Article by LiquorWise)

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