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Charlotte Amalie
Monday, July 15, 2024


March 15, 2002 – Enforcement officers of the Licensing and Consumer Affairs Department will begin conducting onsite inspections of businesses to ensure compliance with Licensing laws.
Businesses are remind that licenses must be prominently posted in clear view of the consumer.
It is a violation to conduct business in the Virgin Islands without a current valid business license issued by DLCA, according to a release. Any person or entity found doing so may be fined up to $500.
Enforcement officers will be vigilant in their inspections, the release warns. Anyone who is conducting business without a current valid license should come to DLCA at once and apply for a license. It is also possible to visit the DLCA website at www.dlca.gov.vi to apply for or renew a license.
For more information contact the Licensing Division at 774-3130 on St. Thomas, 773-2226 on St. Croix, or 693-8036 on St. John.

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