Registration Under Shop & Establishment Act(Excluding government fees)
The Shop and Establishment Act is a state-specific legislation that regulates the functioning of commercial establishments in India. The registration process for this act may vary slightly from state to state, but generally, the following steps are involved:
Obtain the application form for registration from the concerned department of the state government or online portal.
Fill out the application form with all the required details, including the name and address of the establishment, details of the owner or partners, number of employees, etc.
Attach the necessary documents, such as identity proof of the owner, address proof of the establishment, and other relevant documents as required by the state government.
Submit the application form along with the necessary documents to the concerned department of the state government.
Pay the registration fee, which may vary from state to state.
Upon verification of the application and documents, the registration certificate will be issued to the establishment.
The registration fee for the Shop and Establishment Act varies from state to state and depends on various factors such as the type of establishment, the number of employees, and the duration of the registration. It is best to check with the concerned department of the state government or online portal for the exact fee applicable to your establishment.