The Shops and Establishments Act regulates conditions of work, lists rights of employees in the unorganised sector and provides a list of obligations for every employer. As a business owner of a shop or establishment, you are compulsorily required to get the same registered under the Shops and Establishment Act.Registration is required by all business entities, including sole proprietors working out of their homes. If you're trying to raise investment, get a loan for the business or even something as simple as a current account, you need to be registered.You need not have a physical shop. However, you should have an establishment. It can be any office. Even if you are operating an office from home, you can apply for this registration.
Application need to be submitted in the prescribed form to the Inspector of the area within 30 days of starting any work in your shop/establishment.Upon receiving it, the Inspector shall verify the accuracy and correctness of the application. Once suitably satisfied, he shall enter the details in the Register of Establishments and issue a registration certificate of your establishment to you. This certificate will be valid for 5 years and has to be renewed thereafter. The registration certificate has to be prominently displayed at your establishment.Legaltree can help your business obtain Shops & Establishments Registration quickly and hassle-fee.
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