Local Authority, The Fire Services Department, The Ministry of Health, Police Department,
Ministry of Environment etc will carry out ex post control at the trade premises to ensure
compliance with their guidelines.
to the Local Govt Act 2003 as amended, any person who fails to pay the required prescribed
trade fees shall commit an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine
not exceeding Rs 50,000.
person carrying on, practicing or exercising one or more of the classified trades shall
pay the prescribed fees for each of these trades and he shall be registered accordingly at
the Registrar of Business.
starting a business, the person / company concerned should ensure that the previous
occupier of the premises has informed the Council of having ceased business.
case the latter has not done so, a letter from the owner certifying that the previous
occupier has vacated the premises (specifying the exact date) should be produced.
trader shall deposit or cause to be deposited any refuse or any waste material resulting
for the trade activity in a receptacle or dustbin.
registration should be made in case change of person for same trade or for change in
address of premises. The Council shall also be
informed accordingly in writing and the trader shall pay the relevant fees.
trade activities should not be carried out outside the authorised premises. Hawking
activities is prohibited within a radius of 500 metres from any Municipal Market or Fair
and on non-hawking zones.
trader should at all times comply with the relevant parts of the guidelines published by
the Sanitary Authority, The Fire Services Department, The Police, The Ministry of
Environment or any other Government Department or Authority.
a person carrying out a classified trade dies, the heirs of the deceased person may
continue to carry on the classified trade during the period for which the fee has been
paid. The designated heir should thereafter register himself at the Registrar of Business
and pay the prescribed trade fees at the council after submission of the usual documents.
10. Every person
carrying on a classified trade shall display in a conspicuous place at each of his
business premises, the receipt acknowledging payment of the fees in respect of the current
financial year. The receipt should be produced upon request from any authorized officer.
hawker/distributor of such goods as may be authorised by the Local Authority shall at all
times carry his receipt acknowledging payment of the fees in respect of the current fiscal
12. The economic
activity should not be carried in such a way so as to be a danger to public health, public
order or public safety.
13. The Chief
Executive or any officer authorised by him in writing may make a provisional closing down
order in respect of any premises where he is satisfied that any of the conditions
mentioned above has not been complied with.