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hi, Is it mandatory to register under Bombay Shops & Establishment Act for any firm. Firm is situated in Grampanchayat Area of Thane District in Maharashtra. Regards, Ganesh
From India, Mumbai
Hemalatha
17

Hi Ganesh,

Yes. It is mandatory that you register your establishment under the shops and establishments act. All establishments other than factories need to be registered under this act within 30 days from the date of commencement of business. If you do not do this, in case of inspection, you might have to pay penalties.

Here are the formalities:

1. For registration the employer has to apply to the Sr. Inspector (Shops & Establishment) of his respective Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai Wards in the prescribed form A togetherwith requisite fees .

2. Form A must be accompanied by the authentic documentary proof as regards rightful and exclusive possession/ occupation of premises and also the proof of business conducting.

Such documentary proof shall be in the nature of rent receipt of premises, consent letter from principal tenant, valid leave agreement, electric bill, ration card, property tax bill, Allotment/ occupation certificate of premises, business transaction proof, partnership deed, memorandum of articles, incorporation certificate etc. as deemed to be satisfactory to the Sr. Inspector (Shops & Establishments) Wards.

Registration Certificate is granted for one callender or three callender years depending on the option exercised by the employer.

From India,
adewang17
4

Dear Hemlata,
really valuable inputs..!
Just want to know,In case the establishment without major power consumption has been started with 15 employees.so it does not need to get the registration under this act.after some time the employee strenght exceeds the no of 20.
then when to get registration?
What about if the emp are outsourced and not on co pay roll?
Regards,
archana d.

From India, Pune
Hemalatha
17

Hi Archana,
You are right. But the day when the employee strength reaches 20, you need to get the registration done.
For employees who are outsourced, it is the responsibility of the principal employer to get this done. Hope this clarifies. Thanks.
Regards,
Hema

From India,
yelkawar
Hi,
Is shop and establishment act applicable when there are no employees.
what should be the number of employees for applicability of the provisions of the act.
I want to launch a web portal. For managing the portal I would be outsourcing the work to other agencies who would be working either at their own place or may work at my place for brief period. I may opt to have one or two employees. Please guide
Rajiv Yelkawar

From India, Chandrapur
svscite
Is the threshold of 20 employees per location of an organisation ? E.g. I have more than 20 employees at one location and 5-6 employees at another. Do I have to get both the locations registered.
Rgds,
Shreyas

From India, Mumbai
dilipmagdum
1

Hi, I Am Having Shop Act In Maharashtra & Wants To Start New Business In Karnataka. Is It Possible To Run The Business In Karnataka With Shop Act In Maharashtra State.. Pls Guide
From India, Pune
dilipmagdum
1

Hi, my establishment is registered under Bombay shop & commercial establishment act in maharashtra, we wants to start business in karnataka state. is it possible to run the business with maharashtra state registraion or we need to register under karnataka shop act. pls suggest asap
regards
dilip

From India, Pune
shaktikroy
Dear Hema,
I am opening a branch of Inspection coy at Pune and likely to employ max of Eight people.Tell me procedure and web site from where I can down load bare act as well as Form A,
Thanks in advance and regards,
Roy


gpltrvd
hi frenz.. i need copy of Bombay Shops and establishmnet Act and Rules, can anyone help..plz its urgent
From India, New Delhi
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