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    Trade License

    Trade License is an important document issued by the municipal corporation to a person seeking to open a trade or business in a particular area or location.

    It is regulated through municipal corporation acts by the state governments. It has been made necessary by the government to carry out any particular business or trade in a particular area and to ensure that no one is carrying out any unethical business practices.

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    Categories of Trade License

    Industrial License 

    This License is issued to small, medium and large scale manufacturing Industries

    Shop license

    This License is issued to dangerous and offensive traders, such as – Cracker manufactures, Candle manufactures, Barber shop, Dhobi shop, Sale of firewood etc

    Food Establishment license

    This license is issued to Restaurants, Food stalls, Hotels, Canteen, Bakeries, Sale of meat and vegetable etc

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    Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

    What is a Trade License?

    License is a Certificate that allows a businessman to start a particular Trade / Business in a particular area or location.

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    How many types of Licenses are issued in India for Trade?
    • Shop License
    • Food Establishment License
    • Industries License

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    What is the eligibility for Trade License?
    • The Age of the person must be above 18 years.
    • The person should not have any Criminal records.
    • Business must be Eligible for the Execution of Legal Work.

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    What are the documents required for the Trade License?
    • Rent or lease Agreement.
    • NOC if the applicant owns the business premise..
    • ID and Address proof.
    • Certificate of Registration

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    What are the benefits of this License in India?
    • Goodwill
    • Protection from Liability
    • Attraction for better Business Opportunities
    • Trade License Registration
    • Fine and Penalties

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