Changes in the Goa Factories Rules, 2017

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By Vivek S
minute read ● February 06, 2018
Factories Rules

The Government of Goa, has has changed the fees for license, renewal of license and has extended the period of license renewal from five years to ten years. If any factory falls within the scope of the Act, where the application for registration and grant of license is made after the commencement of the manufacturing process, then:

  • The fees is at the rate of two hundred percent, payable per year
  • Grant of license, shall be liable post the payment of the fees

In case of closure of factory:

  • Notice of closure information shall be sent accompanied by a treasury receipt or an invoice for book adjustment
  • For payment of the fees due to be paid, if any, till the date of closure and a declaration stating that there is no presence of hazardous chemicals in the premises of the closed factory or the said hazardous chemicals have been shifted/disposed off in accordance with the relevant rules in force.

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