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Dear seniors
ours is a construction company
we get the orders from govt. some works handling by us, some works we are giving to the subcontractors.
we are taking form V from the principle employer to obtain license where we are handling directly,
In other case, As a principle contractor shall we have the right to issue Form-V to the subcontractor . If yes, can you please suggest where i will get the information.

Hi,
Please Go through..............
Registration of principal employer
The Principal employer has to file an application for registration, to the Registering Officer. The
application must be made in triplicate, accompanied by treasury receipt showing the payment of
fees. The Registering Officer will register the Company and issue a Certificate of Registration. If the
Company fails to obtain Certificate of Registration, the position would be that the workmen
employed by the Contractors would be deemed to be employed by the Company, which is the
Principal Employer.
Licensing of contractors
The Principal employer should engage workmen only through licensed contractors. The Principal
employer should therefore ensure that the Contractors engaged by it for various services, hold a
licence issued under the Act.
Registration responsibility is Principle employers
And license responsibility is Contractors

Dear aditya Thanks for response, Please check my question is "as a principle contractor shall we have the right to issue Form-V to the sub contractor or not. Please
Hi, yes, you have the right to issue Form V to the sub contractors.
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