Shop and Establishment Registration Rs.999/-
Shop & Establishment Registration
A Shop and Establishment license is mandatory if you own a shop or a commercial establishment in India. The maximum allowed time is 30 days, and you shall apply and submit the license to the Chief Inspector of your state.
Shop & Establishment Registration
The registration is carried out according to the Shop and Establishment Act in India. This act outlines the work conditions and lists out the employees’ rights in a sector. It applies to all the establishments which are run to earn a profit, and thus, it would apply to even societies, educational institutes, and charitable trusts. The Department of Labor supervises this act.
Aspects covered under the Act
Few aspects that the Shop & Establishment Act monitors are mentioned below.
- Weekly holidays
- Work hours
- Leave policy
- Opening and closing hours
- Wages deduction policy
- Fire precaution
- Record Keeping
Points to be noted before applying
After you get a Shop and Establishment License, it is mandatory in India to show the license while doing the business daily. The fees to be paid would vary according to the size of the organization i.e. based on the employee count. The certificate has to be renewed every year.
Procedure for Registration
- You can apply in both the modes: Online & Offline
- Fill the appropriate application from the official website.
- Upload the soft copies of the required documents and submit the form from the screen.
A chief Inspector would review your application, and you would be obtaining the registration certificate after successful verification. The Shop & Establishment act has different rules in different states. At Luxe, we understand this very well. We have oriented our services in such a way that you can relax and stretch your hands comfortably while we get your job done at a quick pace.
FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)
A – Major steps involved in getting this certificate are as follows-
- Application for shop and labour certificate is needed to be submitted within 30 days of commencement of business.
- Application can be made offline as well online. For offline mode, you need to visit labor department of state or it can be done online by making an application on website of labor department of concerned state. For example to make application for shop and labot certificate in delhi.
- Submit the application to chief labor inspector of state online or offline. Relevant documents also needed to submit along with application for verification.
A – Following documents need to be submitted along with application –
- Photograph of the shop/ establishment’s entrance with the Name Board in local language.
- In case of a limited company or LLP, following documents need to be submitted for firm – Certificate of Incorporation, Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Articles of Association (AOA)/ LLP (Limited Liability Partnership) agreement.
- Copy of the PAN card of the firm.
- Proof of identity of owner like Voter ID, Aadhar card, Driving license. Document of partners and directors would be required in case of partnership firm and limited company/LLP.
- Address proof shop/establishment like utility bills, sale deed, lease deed along with NOC of owner in case, premise is rented.
- Copy of partners’ consent or Board resolution
- List of partners/ directors along with their Identity and Address proof
- Details of existing workers like duration, wage rate etc.
A – Application form for shop and establishment certificate would contain details like-
- Name of the establishment
- Address of establishment
- Full name of the employer
- Category of establishment
- Nature of business
- Name of the manager
- Date of commencement
- Employee details
A – You need to keep following points in mind –
- The certificate should be displayed at a prominent place within shop.
- It should be renewed well before expiration date.
- Any change or updating should be notified to chief labor inspector
- Any person who indulges in behavior prohibited by this act would be liable to punishment under law.
A – Following record should be maintained –
- Working hours.
- Rest period
- Leave taken
- Leave with wages