One of the important regulation to which most businesses in India are subject to is the Shop and Establishment Act, achieve by every state in India. The Act is designed to regulate the payment of compensation, hours of work, leave, holidays, terms of service and other work conditions of people employed in the shop and commercial establishments.
The Shop and Establishment Act is coordinated by the Department of Labor and coordinates premises wherein any trade, business or profession is carried out. The act not only coordinates the working of commercial establishments, but also societies, charitable trusts, printing establishments, educational institutions run for gain and premises in which banking, insurance, stock or share brokerage is carried on.
The ShopAct coordinate a number of aspects relating to the operation of a shop or commercial establishment. Some of the key areas coordinated by the shopact include:
●Hours of work
●Interval for rest and meals
●Prohibition of employment of children
●Employment of young person or women
●Opening and closing hours
●Compensation for holidays
●Time and conditions of payment of wages
●Lighting and ventilation
●Precautions against fire
Every Indian state has enacted certain rules and regulations with regard to conditions of work. The objective is to secure uniform benefits for employees working in different establishments, from shops, commercial establishments and residential hotels to restaurants, theatres and other places of public amusement or entertainment.
These are the government fees applicable for registration under Shop and Establishment Act. These depend on the state and the number of employees.
Fix the Appointment→Visit→Collect Require Documents→Make Draft→Verification→Notaries in front of authority.
●Light Bill/Telephone Bill of the place where you have to start the business.
●If that place is yours then Extraction Of Space.
●If the place is on rent then the letter of consent on Rs.100 Stamp.
●Aadhar Card/Voting Card/ Ration CardXerox
●Pan Card Xerox