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Legal Formalities for opening cafe or bar or restaurant in Bangalore


pawan loach

2016-02-13

Hi All,

        I would like to know about all the Legal Formalities for proprietor for opening a cafe/bar/restaurant in Bangalore in sequential steps.

After some e-research i have found few prerequisites (listed below) that one must secure from the respective Legal Authorities/Departments for opening a cafe/bar/restaurant in Bangalore.Please go through it and provide your valuable advice on the same.

1. State License ( Fssai )

2. Trade License ( BBMP )

3. VAT Registration (Commercial Taxes Department, Karnataka)

4. Health License ( BBMP ) :- Is this covered under Trade License or is it a separte one ?

5. Labour Regsitration ( Department of Labour ,Karnataka) :- Is this mandatory for Prorietor?

6. Professional tax (Commercial Taxes Department, Karnataka) :- Is this required or VAT registration is enough ? 

Please correct if there is anything wrong in the details provided above .

Thanks in advance for your time and feedback

pawan loach

2016-02-13

PS:- By Bar i meant Non-alcoholic Beverages Bar :)

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Mukesh Jain CA

2016-02-15

As far as VAT Registration is concerned please check below link:-

http://www.tikshare.com/forum/showPost/1753/VAT-Registration-in-Karnataka

Further VAT Registration covers PT registration also. To add on to above list you may have to opt for service tax registration also if your turnover crosses Rs.9 Lakhs.

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pawan loach

2016-02-17

Thanks a lot Mukesh but could you please answer points 4 & 5 too.

4. Health License ( BBMP ) :- Is this covered under Trade License or is it a separte one ?

5. Labour Regsitration ( Department of Labour ,Karnataka) :- Is this mandatory for Prorietor?

 

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Rahul Rai

2016-02-17

Health license or food license is not covered under trade license. It is a seperate license.

Labour registration is mendatory for employers meeting the conditions, employer can be anyone even proprietor so it is applicable.

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