If Contractor Change, Do We Need Fresh Registration From Lab. Commisioner - CiteHR
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Dear friends,
I want your help, please guide me-
1) For certain activities, the work has been allotted to a new agency & for deploying labour, do we need to get fresh registration card (RC) from Labour Commission and the new contractor will be required to take labour license from labour authorities; and
2) The earlier contractor who's unsuccessful in bidding & whose registration is valid upto Dec.2010, do we need to inform Labour Commissioner about labour employed by him uptil now and work completion in the estt. by him.
R. Narwal

no there is no any change in RC only inform to labour office for new contractor and any contractor change according to your agreement one month or 15 day notice period after that chang
dear friend, no need to get fresh registration,u have to applyfor amendment regards krishna
If he is new contractor, he has to obtain license on his name. The earlier contractor severed his links with Principal Employer and his workers. Further, Principal Employer has to clear form V for new contractor to obtain license. Pl.comment.
Amendment of the Registration Certificate is necessary incorporating the name of the new contractor with the period of contract, maximum number of employees engaged etc. Also you need to file Form 6B - one for left contractor and one for new contractor. If the new contractor engages 20 or more employees Form 5 has to be handed over to him so that he may take up Labour License.
You have to submit the application for adding the new contractor with their details. Then only the new Contractor can apply for Licence under CLA. With warm regards S. Bhaskar 9099024667
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