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Trading Enterprises Order 1993
Articles 14, 16, 28
on the obligation to have a license and payment of license fees
Trading Enterprises Regulations 1999
Articles 10, 11, 15, 16schedule2.a
on information to provide and health certificate, on application form and requirements (enclosures to the form), on application fees (not applied) and license fees
Trading Enterprises (Amendment) Regulations 2011
Articles 2, 1stschedule
on public health inspection ("when necessary") and licensing fees.
Memorandum Trading Enterprises Regulations as Amended 2012
on special activities which may require a certificate of inspection
There is no receipt upon submission of the documents. However, the officer registers the name of the applicant and the date of deposit. The application will be assessed by the licensing board (which meets every Thursday). The applicant comes and checks the status of the application after the meeting of the board.
The trade licences are issued in relation with the activity (see List of activities below). Some trade activities are prohibited for foreign enterprises (see Reserved licences below).