To apply for a licence or certificate please visit the Service NSW website. Eligibility Agent’s Licence. Information to help you be a licensed tradesperson. Our laws guarantee your right to repairs, replacements and refunds.
You have these guarantees even if you do not have a warranty. Where can I find a trade licence? What is a fair trade offence? How do I apply for a new application? Company and partnership applicants You should use the Applicant’s Checklist for a Company or Partnership if you are a company or partnership applying for a Home Building licence in any category of work.
Helps you know if a licence or certificate of registration is required for certain activities performed within an agency. A list of trades and the licence type required can be found on the Fair Trading website. Licence applications must be lodged at a service centre, and you can book an appointment online. Limited licence – trade fair. A limited licence for a trade fair allows organisations and businesses from a specific industry to sell or supply alcohol for take away or for consumption at a trade fair or exhibition.
If your application for a licence is approve we will send you a licence card. In the meantime you can check the public register to see if you application has been granted. It is an offence to make a false statement or leave out information when applying for a licence.
Under the FTA any business wishing to: 1. Gibraltar, must hold a business licence issued by the BLA (unless the relevant business is already licensed by separate local legislation, please see below). See full list on oft. Any application for a licence to trade under A. The list has been prepared by the OFT in conjunction with HM Customs.
A Business Licence is necessary for a business to obtain a Customs code for the importation of goods in commercial quantities into Gibraltar. It is a legal requirement for any Business registered in Gibraltar to obtain a Customs registration number in order to be included within the Customs database. Without this registration number the Business will not be allowed to import any goods in its name.
Applications for a licence to provide services under B. It is important that the BLA understands what type of services will be provided by the business. It is therefore essential that each application provides a full description of the services to be provided in the application form. If the information is not sufficient for the BLA this it may delay the processing of the application while the BLA gets in contact with the applicant to find out more information about the type of services to be provided.
If in doubt provide as much information as possible about the type of business to be carried out. Pursuant to subsection 60(2) of the FTA, all businesses in Gibraltar are required to carry on their business from premises which are appropriate for the intended use of that business. Businesses are required to produce proof that they can occupy the premises at the time of their application to the BLA. These are normally tenancy agreements or leases and should be for a minimum term of months. Unless the requirements for a premises are waived (see below), business licences are issued in respect of the business premises and allow the applicant to conduct the business from those premises.
Thus, prior to submitting an application for a Business Licence, applicants should ensure suitable commercial premises have been acquired. Without suitable commercial premises the licence cannot be issued. Subsection 60(8) of the FTA stipulates that a licence shall not be granted to any premises which are residential Government premises, nor to any non-Governmental premises under which the terms o. Business or professions regulated by any other enactment shall not require a separate licence under the FTA to carry on that business or profession.
Any person intending to apply for a new licence, an extension to an existing licence or a transfer of a licence to another premises must, in accordance with section of the Fair Trade Act, first give notice to the public of their intention to make the relevant application. This gives the public an opportunity to object to the application being granted. Notices of an intention to make an application are made by publishing two completed copies of the following relevant forms: 1. Form 1a – Notice of Intention to apply for a new Business Licence 2. Form 1b – Notice of intention to apply for an extension to scope of licence 3. This publication is arranged directly through the OFT at its offices in Suite 97 Europort.
The fee for publishing a notice in the Gibraltar Gazette is £20. The cut-off time for publications in the weekly Gazettes publishe. Any person who wishes to object to the issue of a licence may, in accordance with section of the Fair Trading Act, give notice of his objection within seven days from the date on which the relevant notice has been published. The objector must give notice of their objection to the issue of the relevant licence to: 1. The objection must be made using the relevant Form No (see forms below).
The OFT has systems in place to identify those businesses who may be operating without a business licence. The filing fee for an objection is £90. If you identify a business which you believe is operating without a licence please contact usand we will investigate it.
Visit a service centre and submit your application. Work must be signed off by the holder of a contractor licence or qualified supervisor certificate. Make sure you have the required documentation, and then visit a service centre and submit your application.
Contacting Fair Trading. You must pass these training subjects from a recognised provider in order to apply for a licence. The only exception is if you’ve held an equivalent licence within the past years. You must have successfully completed or been assessed as competent in the required subjects. or create an account.
Use the ‘Next’ or ‘Back’ buttons to progress through your application. Select your class or classes of repair work. Enter the details of your completed training courses.
If you can’t find it, contact NSW Fair Trading to confirm that the person does hold a contractor licence. You can check for a licence online. By law, all contractors must show their licence number on all advertising, stationery and signage. To apply in person: Work through the Owner-builder self assessment tool. Answer the eligibility questions.
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